The Franciscans immediately succeeded the Jesuits, and subsequently the Dominicans; but the latter managed their affairs ill.
There are about twenty-one missions in this province, most of which were established about fifty years since, and are generally under the care of the Franciscans.
Now she entered the church depressed and humiliated, not even able to remember whether it was built by the Franciscans
or the Dominicans.
There were portraits of men with large, melancholy eyes which seemed to say you knew not what; there were long monks in the Franciscan
habit or in the Dominican, with distraught faces, making gestures whose sense escaped you; there was an Assumption of the Virgin; there was a Crucifixion in which the painter by some magic of feeling had been able to suggest that the flesh of Christ's dead body was not human flesh only but divine; and there was an Ascension in which the Saviour seemed to surge up towards the empyrean and yet to stand upon the air as steadily as though it were solid ground: the uplifted arms of the Apostles, the sweep of their draperies, their ecstatic gestures, gave an impression of exultation and of holy joy.
As he passed the Rue de la Huchette, the odor of those admirable spits, which were incessantly turning, tickled his olfactory apparatus, and he bestowed a loving glance toward the Cyclopean roast, which one day drew from the Franciscan
friar, Calatagirone, this pathetic exclamation:
Vincy, the mayor, a florid man, who would have served for a study of flesh in striking contrast with the Franciscan
tints of Mr.
The Dominican and Franciscan
friars, also, who had come to England in the thirteenth century, soon after the foundation of their orders in Italy, and who had been full at first of passionate zeal for the spiritual and physical welfare of the poor, had now departed widely from their early character and become selfish, luxurious, ignorant, and unprincipled.
Maps of the Danube river basin and provinces of Franciscans
and Jesuits have not only significant cultural but also historic value.
During the visit to BiH, the Franciscans
from around the world visited two provinces and today they visited the PotoAari Memorial Center.
Greg Friedman explained to them how some of the vegetables from the garden on the Washington property are given to the poor, how friars and other Franciscans
care for places considered holy in Christianity, how St.
Loewen's principal contribution is the argument that Franciscans
had an immense influence on late medieval ecclesiology and preaching, with music as a key part of a campaign of reform and renewal in the Church.
Prescinding resolution of this question, Senocak sets herself the task of countering much of the historiography of the last century, first, by separating the later negative attitudes of the Spiritual Franciscans
towards studies from the actual development of the educational system of the Friars Minor in the thirteenth century and, second, by refusing to fill the gaps in the Franciscan
documentary record by imputing Dominican practices onto the Minors or by imposing later Franciscan
developments onto their earlier history.