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Norbertine

a Premonstrant.
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In Rudy, Father Robert Brzezansky and others were proficient in music; in 1701, the former taught music to the Norbertines of Czarnowasy (54).
Lauerman said his fellow Norbertines were a bit surprised by the attention he's received as a volunteer at Safe Haven.
By putting the two Constitutions side by side, however, Tugwell shows the radical difference between the monastic Norbertines, focused on obedience to the Rule, and the missionary Dominicans, for whom the rule is only a tool.
Fr Fitzgerald voluntarily attended the Banbridge Courthouse hearing on behalf of the Norbertines.
After 70 years of the Norbertines, the building has been bought by a new American Catholic movement - Direction For Our Times.
His establishment became the beginning of a successful order, the Canons Regular of Premontre, also known as the Premonstratensians or Norbertines. Though Norbert himself left no writings, his followers created a wealth of texts in their efforts to reform the clergy.
"The Storks of La Caridad" is Professor Emerita Florence Weinberg's third historical mystery featuring Father Ygnacio Pfefferkorn, a detective priest character based on an actual historical Jesuit missionary who was forcibly removed from his Sonora Desert mission around 1767 to be imprisoned for 6 years near Cadiz, Spain before being sent to La Caridad and the Norbertines for two years.
Chatillon points out, we should not be too quick to assume that the Premonstratensians (Norbertines) of Joyenval associated the crescents with Islam, it is clear that the crescents had pagan value for the author of the poem.
There was a regressive, Europe-wide movement begun in 1138 (led by the Norbertines) to suppress double monasteries by having the nuns withdraw at least two leagues away from the men.
Fortunately we see wonderful new developments in this area, as for example in the transformed church of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, served by the Norbertines in Albuquerque's West Mesa.
There were blessed meetings with other Norbertines in hiding.
But he is believed to have told the Norbertines that he will not sign the contract until Smyth's remains are removed.