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a Roman Catholic friar or monk belonging to one of the Augustinian monastic orders

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When Legazpi died, his successor Guido de Lavezares wrote to the King of Spain, asking that other religious orders, such as the Franciscans, Theatines [Jesuits] and Dominicans be sent to Filipinas instead of Augustinians,' Alvarez said, stressing that the Augustinian provincial's principle had already started a tension between the Church and the civil authorities.
The pavilion - at Woodhouse Playing Fields off Woodhouse Gardens in Rastrick - has been named in honour of John Harold, a founder member of Augustinians in 1967.
From the earliest decades of its founding in the mid-thirteenth century, the Augustinians were committed to the promotion of education as the Order sought to live out its identity as a community that claimed St.
The Mission of the Portuguese Augustinians to Persia and Beyond opens space for reflection on a little-known group and its mission ventures in Asia in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Close to 1,500 people, including members of the Muslim and Bahai faiths, went to Fr Iggy O'Donovan's final Mass at the Augustinian Church in Drogheda, Co Louth, yesterday.
The attempt to evangelize the Sierra Alta of Hidalgo and the neighboring Sierra Gorda region followed the system the Augustinians developed in the 1530s and 1540s in the areas of sedentary settlement in central Mexico.
No less than other Catholic orders, the Augustinians wanted to add their heroes to the festal calendars of fourteenth-century Italy and to the canon of universal saints.
Today, even though the numbers of priests and religious are significantly reduced, one can still sense different sub-cultures among colleges and universities founded by various Catholic religious orders of men and women such as the Augustinians, Dominicans, Franciscans, Benedictines, Jesuits, Christian Brothers, and others.
While the Whigs want the Church to accommodate the culture of modernity, the Augustinians favour a much more critical stance.
Among those orders, besides the Augustinians, is the order I belong to, the Servant Franciscans of the Immaculata, part of the Apostolic Society of Catholic Faith Communities.
The Augustinians have encouraged parishioners to sit inside the sparsely furnished jail cell and contemplate the reality of life behind bars in Limerick Prison.
The agreement followed a nine-month mediation process that included the Augustinians, the plaintiffs and the Chicago archdiocese.
According to The New York Times, there are only four Augustinians left at the hospice St.
Sixteenth-century Augustinians split into the Roman or evangelical camps not so much over grace alone--they were all against Pelagius--as over "faith alone" and over the application of the emphasis on grace (and faith) to other aspects of Christian life and worship.
Between the monastery block and via Saffi to the east lay two other former institutions: the house of Augustinian monks to the north and the Palazzo Brandini to the south, the latter a sixteenth-century family house later also used by the Augustinians.