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Celebrated monasteries of the Augustinians were the one on the Sande at Breslau, which was founded at Gorkau about 1146 and was transferred to Breslau about 1148, and that at Sagan, established in 1217 at Naumburg on the Bober and transferred to Sagan in 1284.
Among the mission-fields ceded to the Dominicans by the Augustinians are the provinces of Pangasinán and Cagayan; in the latter, the natives frequently revolt against the Spaniards.
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 23 of 55 1629-30 Explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the close of the nineteenth century.
The church of the Augustinians is a very beautiful edifice, being built of cut stone.
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In 1602, by decree of November 16, the general of the Augustinians, Fulvius of Ascoli, sanctioned the division of the Philippine fathers of the order into two provinces -- those who held with the old rule to be known as Augustinians of the province of
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(Generally called Augustinians and not to be confounded with the
But Fr. Lambert van Gelder, one of the Augustinians who promote it, is sure that he is in the right: In the Church there are different forms of participation, we are full-fledged members of the ecclesial community.
The Augustinians, another Catholic order, have a winning percentage of .641, but they are represented only by Villanova.
In 1555, the First Mexican Provincial Council mandated that each town should erect a hospital next the church, so that priests could easily visit the poor and sick to administer the sacraments. 110 The Augustinians and, even more so, the Franciscans distinguished themselves in the establishment of hospitals.
However, I ordered one of my men to watch the old convent of the barefoot Augustinians, and—
Arriving later, the Franciscans, Dominicans and Augustinians preferred direct evangelization of the common folk to the Jesuit strategy of targeting the scholar gentry.