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Synonyms for discalced

(used of certain religious orders) barefoot or wearing only sandals

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She was admitted to the Discalced Carmelite monastery in Cologne the following October.
Ritualized denial of food was practiced by female mystics like the key figure, Santa Teresa de la Cruz and her discalced followers.
Leading the pack were the Capuchins with 6, followed by the Jesuits and Paris Foreign Missions (PIME) with 5 each, and the Mill Hill Missionaries, Fransalians and Discalced Carmelites with 2 each.
It was built for the Religious Order known as the Discalced Carmelites and was originally dedicated to Saint Paul, but after a military victory in Bohemia in 1620 the church was rededicated to the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Victories).
Speaking to reporters following the meeting, Ashrafieh lawmaker said talks touched on the crisis Lebanon is witnessing, "from the Syrian crisis, till the government crisis, and the crises of weapons, discalced, electoral law, and Christians concerns.
Curiously enough, with respect to the poet-saint's Jonah-like descent into the darkness of Andalucia, we can even situate Philip II somewhere up north near the light of the great Mother of the Discalced Carmelites; this is because none other than Saint Teresa herself had written to the King on San Juan's behalf, urging that he intercede and free her favorite confessor from his imprisonment by his Calced enemies at Toledo.
Teresa, founder of the order of the Discalced Carmelites, was associated with mysticism, the fight against heresy, and reform within the church.
Two orders in particular are dealt with here: the Discalced Carmelites and the Servites, orders that had a particular impact on art patronage in the Italian sphere, with the Carmelites playing a role of some significance in the European context and well beyond.
The Catholic Counter-Reformation of the 16th century saw the same cycle repeat, with the Capuchins, Discalced Carmelites, and above all the Jesuits, organized.
In fact, he is a grand personage and a formal artist, the latter ever more so as he works with dancers--and with other dance companies--far removed from his own discalced beginnings.
This installation follows an 18-month pilot test conducted in Senegal's Ndiaffate Villages in partnership with the University Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar and the local Discalced Carmelites community.
Teresa d'Avilla in the church of the female Discalced (Santa Maria della Scala).
Interestingly, when a founder was a female, as in case of blessed Teresa of Jesus, the author of the rule of the Discalced Carmelites, the term -nan was used in exactly the same way as -ta: ynin omoteneuhtzino Sancta ca huel ynantzin yehuatzin oc ceppa quinmoyancuilili yn teopixcatlatecpancanahuatilli regla (32) (ibid.
1 (Wisconsin, Oficce Discalced Carmelita Monastery, March 1961), 51-65.
Sulpice (1934) and the Order of Discalced Carmelites (1947) had barely arrived before they were expelled.