Augustinian order

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Noun1.Augustinian order - any of several monastic orders observing a rule derived from the writings of St. Augustine
monastic order, order - a group of person living under a religious rule; "the order of Saint Benedict"
Augustinian Canons - an Augustinian monastic order
Augustinian Hermits - a monastic order of friars established in 1256 by the Pope
Austin Friars - an Augustinian monastic order
Augustinian - a Roman Catholic friar or monk belonging to one of the Augustinian monastic orders
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Ortigas Center traces its roots to the Hacienda de Mandaloyon spanning 4,033 hectares, which originally formed part of the estate holdings of the Augustinian Order. Big parcels were sold while some portions, including the Ortigas Center, were developed by the Ortigas family.
Anthony first joined the Augustinian Order before joining the Franciscan Order in 1221.
A priest under criminal investigation for sexual abuse has gone "absent without leave" from his Augustinian order, according to a church official.
He formed a partnership that arranged the purchase ofHacienda de Mandaloyon, which was originally part of the estate holdings of the Augustinian Order. The property covered an area of 4,033 hectares which spanned the municipalities of the present Mandaluyong, San Juan, Pasig and Quezon City.
The first half of the book covers Luther's childhood, his education, his call to the monastic life, career among the Augustinian order, move to the fledgling university in Wittenberg, and first offensive against local Catholic authorities and the papacy in Rome.
Christensen argues Maria offered 'a gentle corrective to her confessor and like-minded clergy', thus revealing how Maria found independence within Arnhem's more restrictive Augustinian Order.
Adorned with the image of San Nicolas de Tolentino who was introduced by the Catholic Augustinian order as a baker's saint, the age-old baked product began as a culinary legacy of Spanish colonialism from 1521 to 1898, Born in Italy's Pontano, de Tolentino (also known as Nicholas Gurruti, 1246-1305), was canonised by Augustinian Pope Eugene IV in 1446.
The de Lacis fell from favour, and the Manor of Huddersfield passed to Hugh de Laval, who in turn gave the advowson (patronage and tithe rights) to the Augustinian order at Nostell Priory.
A familiar site on the skyline of Gisborough, the Priory of St Mary of Gisborough was one of the earliest houses of the Augustinian order in England.
The book's ten chapters are packed with information on the Augustinian order and its mission to Persia.
Both the Augustinian Order which the cleric belongs to, and the Diocese of Cork and Ross were quick to condemn the comments made in Cork which has to be welcomed.