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asceticism as a form of religious life

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Coenobium enim plurimorum est, forma de vida monastica coletiva reconhecida como legitima no Conc.III Tol., a.589,c.4; Si episcopus unam de parrochitanis ecclesiis suis monasterium dicare voluerit, ut in ea monachorum regulariter congregatio vivat, hoc de consensu concilii sui habeat licentiam faciendi [...]; Conc.IV Tol., a.633,c.51: [...] sed hoc tantum sibi in monasteriis vindicent sacerdotes quod recipiunt canones; id est monachos ad conversationem sanctam praemonere, abbates aliaque officia instituere, atque extra regulam acta corrigere [...]
II d.C.): <<Tum si vos notitiae nobilis cura flammaverit, habetis Ptolomei codicem, qui sic omnia loca evidenter expressit, ut eum cunctarum regionum paene incolam fuisse iudicetis, eoque fiat ut uno loco positi, sicut monachos decet, animo percurratis quod aliquorum peregrinatio plurimo labore collegit>> (Idem).
Erasmus responded with his Declarationes ad censuras Lutetiae vulgatus, but the work was attacked again at a meeting of Spanish monks, to whom Erasmus wrote his Apologia adversus monachos. The notes give an indication of what was at stake in these controversies.
43, pode nos ajudar: propter hoc debet recipere monachos in refectorio de pane et vino et fabis et piscibus et pimento in festivitate omnium sanctorum.
(71.) Anon., Vita G., 5, 1107: "defendit monachos contra omnium opinionem." See also Epistolae Vagantes, 6, n.
Protaso ad Monachos. Later in his correspondence he signed himself Wenceslao Pichl direttore di Musica di S[ua]A[Itezza] Reale Arciduca Ferdinando.
Practically everything James wrote in his note is wrong: 'Contenta novi testamenti scenice expressa et actitata olim per monachos sive Fratres mendicantes vulgo dicitur hic liber Ludus Coventriae sive ludus corporis Christ scribitur metris Anglicanis.' (6)
Elaine Pagels writes in The Gnostic Gospels (1989) that: "The terms 'monk' and 'monastic' come from the Greek word monachos, meaning 'solitary' or 'single one,' which the Gospel of Thomas frequently uses to describe the Gnostic."
Nocent (ed.), 'Aelfrici abbatis epistula ad monachos Egneshamnenses directa', in K.
(Epistula ad monachos 13 (PG 40.940, reprinted from Mai))
C.4), o bien: <<con respecto al agua del rio ...>> (en la biografia del monachos Antonio elaborada por el obispo alejandrino Atanasio un siglo antes (5)).
Two of his finest works, the Praktikos and the Chapters on Prayer, have been translated into English, as has his Ad monachos.(10) A small sampling of two sizeable works, the Kephalaia gnostica and the Antirrhetikos, has appeared, but the vast majority of his writings--Gnostikos, Peri logismon, De octo spiritibus, Ad virginem, his biblical commentaries on the Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes, as well as most of his letters--have not been translated into English.(11) To remedy this, we are working to gather a team of scholars to publish a wide-ranging translation of Evagrius's writings.