Augustinian order


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any of several monastic orders observing a rule derived from the writings of St

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But after Sosas escape, affinity turned to fury when the king learned that Sosa had left the Augustinian order to join the secular clergy without securing the necessary papal dispensation.
Hansen discussed the latter case in her study of the iconography of the Augustinian Order. The lack of a real founder who had started the regular community, and the fact that the order was a combination of three existing religious movements under the new heading of the Augustinian Rule, led to the adoption of the Church Father from Hippo as founding father, but he could only with difficulty be claimed as an exclusive image for the order (Hansen).
A spokesman said: "We are aware of the proposed sale of this collection by the Augustinian Order.
By 1568, he had joined the Augustinian Order, became known as Augustin Farfan, and traveled to the new Spanish colony.
doi: 10.1017/S0009640709000638 Art and the Augustinian Order in Early Renaissance Italy.
Roberts, of the Augustinian Order of the Assumption, was a lay brother at a priory in Bethnal Green, East London, and in Rickmansworth, Herts.
The adherence to Luther's ideas had consequences as his fellow members of the Augustinian order in Antwerp, Hendrik Vos and Johannes van Essen, had to pay with their lives for propagating Lutheran ideas in 1523.
First published in 1833, The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ is a work based on visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich, a stigmatic German nun of the Augustinian order expected to be beatified soon, as recorded by author Clemens Brentano.
Believing that he's blessed after living through a (chintzy-looking) lightning storm, Luther joins the Augustinian order of monks, where he's watched over by kindly Father von Staupitz (Bruno Ganz) but remains in terror of God's judgment.
In its place was established the famous hospice with its Augustinian order of monks that still stands today, having served as a refuge for international travellers down the centuries.
Giovanni Rovetta is cited in the same records for his having conducted funeral music for the bead of the Augustinian order in 1648.
For example, the Catholic Augustinian order was given the right in 1842 to open and manage Villanova University.
Chaucer's pen-portrait of a late fourteenth-century monk -- of the same Augustinian order that ran St Mary Spital -- must have been a familiar image to Londoners:
"We are very grateful to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick of Newark and the Very Reverend John Deegan, Prior Provincial of the Augustinian Order, St.
Made of baticuling wood, the chair comes from the ancient Augustinian missions of Central Luzon (Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Bulacan) because it bears the symbol of the Augustinian order.