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  • noun Plural form of Servite.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On Thursday he offered the High Mass with incense for the Feast of the Seven Founders of the Servites.

    Report from Canons Regular of St. john Cantius Training Session

  • One case involves Father Andrew Ronan, a Servites priest who has moved from Ireland to Chicago to Portland, Oregon, and who admitted abusing minors at each place.

    Courts Weigh Whether Vatican Controls Bishops

  • Pious lay persons of either sex attached themselves to the Servites for instance; many of those who were in a position to do so attached themselves to the third order with vows, but in the case of many others either this was impossible or the idea of doing so had as yet not occurred to them.

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  • Originally from the Scuola del Cristo at the Giudecca, the polyptych is composed of five panels, the central one of which is of St James the Greater with St John the Evangelist and St Filippo Benizzi one of the saints of the Order of Servites on the left, and St. Michael the Archangel and St. Louis of Toulouse on the right.

    July 25, James bar-Zebedee

  • Originally from the Scuola del Cristo at the Giudecca, the polyptych is composed of five panels, the central one of which is of St James the Greater with St John the Evangelist and St Filippo Benizzi one of the saints of the Order of Servites on the left, and St. Michael the Archangel and St. Louis of Toulouse on the right.

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  • “Some houses of friars, such as the Dominicans and Servites, are headed by a prior,” notes Chancellor Paprocki, “and some nuns, like the Discalced Carmelites, are governed by a prioress, all of whom are said to live in a priory.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • “Some houses of friars, such as the Dominicans and Servites, are headed by a prior,” notes Chancellor Paprocki, “and some nuns, like the Discalced Carmelites, are governed by a prioress, all of whom are said to live in a priory.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • “Some houses of friars, such as the Dominicans and Servites, are headed by a prior,” notes Chancellor Paprocki, “and some nuns, like the Discalced Carmelites, are governed by a prioress, all of whom are said to live in a priory.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • “Some houses of friars, such as the Dominicans and Servites, are headed by a prior,” notes Chancellor Paprocki, “and some nuns, like the Discalced Carmelites, are governed by a prioress, all of whom are said to live in a priory.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • That evening his Majesty went to the theater; and I was so much fatigued that I would have gladly profited by the Emperor's absence to take some repose, had not an acquaintance invited me to accompany him to the convent of the Servites, in order to witness the effect of the illumination of the town, which I did, and was repaid by the magnificent spectacle which met my eyes.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon

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