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Synonyms for conventual

of communal life sequestered from the world under religious vows

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La razon de la nueva apertura conventual fue la peticion de mujeres jovenes, viudas o solteras a la vida religiosa lo que desbordo el espacio del convento concepcionista.
La vida conventual en la Nueva Espana, Mexico, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 2016.
VATICAN CITY * In early April, the ministers general of four men's branches of the Franciscan family--the Friars Minor, Capuchins, Conventual Franciscans and the Third Order Regulars--asked Pope Francis to give the Franciscans the "privilege" of allowing religious brothers to be elected to leadership positions, including those with authority over ordained priests.
A pesar de la distancia en que aparece esta primera edicion en espanol con respecto de su version en ingles, bien vale la pena dedicar algunas anotaciones sobre esta obra que representa un aporte importante para los estudios de la religion novohispana en general y la espiritualidad femenina conventual en particular.
Calancha's account of the martyrdom of fellow Augustinian friar Ortiz is one section the large chronicle Coronica Moralizada de la Orden de San Agustin en el Peru, which is in a genre called conventual chronicles that recount histories of specific regions or places from the perspective of a religious order.
The six series of pictures under review are Giotto's Franciscan cycle in the Bardi Chapel of Santa Croce; the Baroncelli Chapel in the same church, painted by Taddeo Gaddi; the Brancacci Chapel in the Carmine; the extensive imagery by the workshop of Fra Angelico in the conventual buildings of San Marco; Ghirlandaio's paintings of the Life of St Francis in the Sassetti Chapel of Santa Trinita; and the same artist's frescoes of the Lives of Mary and St John the Baptist in the Tornabuoni Chapel of Santa Maria Novella.
La musa y la melopea: la musica en el mundo conventual, la vida y el pensamiento de Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.
This beautifully illustrated study of nine Last Supper frescoes in Florentine refectories, monastic and conventual, from the mid-fourteenth to the late fifteenth centuries examines these art works from the perspective of the viewer and their gendered perceptions of the frescoes.
The Conventual Mass was attended by a number of fellow Benedictines; nuns from St.
This differs significantly from conventual drug discovery, which is based on targeting single proteins as specifically as possible.
She professed in 1780 after year's novitiate, and selected the name Sor Maria de la Cruz for her conventual identity.
Y es asi que en esta ciudad levitica, de silencio conventual .
La vida de este conjunto conventual se prolongaria hasta el ano 1868, momento en el que, por decreto diocesano, se produce la supresion de la comunidad religiosa.
Frederick Luciani, que ha estudiado en otros lugares los festejos conventuales y editado recientemente uno de gran interes (Barruchi y Arana), se ocupa en esta ocasion de las actividades de la vida conventual femenina y la figura de Sor Juana, que siendo eminente no es unica.
En los primeros anos de la Compania algunas mujeres viajaron a Roma y se incorporaron a la naciente orden, pero ese experimento fue breve y fracaso porque el genero de vida apostolica jesuita, sin estabilidad y clausura conventual, era impensable en ese tiempo para ellas.