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

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When Francisco Sobrino, the future bishop of Valladolid, donated the letters collected by the late Maria de San Jose to the discalced convent of Valladolid, he explained:
In addition to the descriptions of the sources, and analyses of the scorings, the introduction contains a significant amount of historical overview, particularly of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires and its affiliated order, the Augustins derhausee, commonly known as the Petit-Peres, here translated as the "Discalced Augustinians." This church and its monastery radiated a major religious influence in midcentury Paris, although much of the music and how it was performed there remains poorly understood due to the lack of surviving documents and information.
In Berdychiv, the group paid homage at the site of the former hospital where Conrad was born in 1857 and visited the monastery of the Discalced Carmelites, dating from 1627, where he was baptized, also home to a small museum dedicated to Conrad lovingly tended by the few resident monks and nuns.
Darcy Donahue concludes the volume with her essay on Ana de San Bartolome's version of the Discalced Carmelite reform.
John was kidnapped (kidnapped!) by the Calced Carmelites, who didn't like his involvement with the reforming Discalced Carmelites, only to be cast aside in the end by the reformers for being too moderate.
However, in the form of sung poetry, coplas, reached a great development in the daily life of the Carmelites Discalced, especially in recreation, central moments in the life of fraternity.
Lehfeldt's study of Ana de San Agustin's autobiography of her life as a Discalced Carmelite nun.
Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, OCD (12 October 1891-9 August 1942), was a German Jewish philosopher who converted to the Roman Catholic Church and became a Discalced Carmelite nun.
As his health declined, Cervantes apparently arranged for his burial in the convent of the Discalced Trinitarians in Madrid -- the same organization which had helped his parents collect the ransom earlier in his life.
Gradually her life became too dangerous in Germany, and she was transferred with Rosa to a monastery of the Discalced Carmelites (the branch of the Carmel that pursues the reforms of St.
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).