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Boston: New Seed Books, Fr Adrian Wee, Malaysia, George Finlay. In , when Giovanni di Capistrano was sent to the German lands to preach against the Hussites, Marco was asked to preside over the Observant general chapter at L'Aquila. Marco retained that office until During this period, he had to deal with conflicts between the Dalmation and Bosnian order provinces , and he also was heavily involved in the conflicts between Observants and Conventuals over the autonomy and freedom of Observant order officials. During these conflicts Marco found an enemy in Roberto Caraccioli, who transferred back to the Conventuals.
After , Marco preached in Milan and later, in , he visited the Holy Land vicariate. In , he was again elected vicar general for the Cismontan Observants, staying in office until During this second stint as vicar general, he again faced conflicts with the Conventuals and the Franciscan minister general, Francesco della Rovere.
As vicar general he also traveled through Eastern Europe, which faced the threat of Turkish expansion. Marco was again vicar general between and During this last stint he preached in Perugia and Ascoli and was again heavily involved with the protracted struggles between the Observants and the Conventuals over the autonomy and rights of the Observants within the order as a whole. He later preached in Mantua and spoke at an Observant gathering in Padua in April His remains were translated to the Santa Maddalena church in in the Santa Maria di Campagna sanctuary.
After his death, he became the object of a cult, due to his alleged miraculous cures of ill and dying people. His cult was approved on March 5, We do not have a large corpus of written works by Marco, but mostly documents and remarks that testify to his preaching activities for instance concerning the sermons held in the Santa Croce of Florence in and the request by the authorities to come back for the lenten preaching during the subsequent year.
There are also several 'reportationes' of exempla used by Marco in his sermons. See on all this the studies of Piana and Rosa Maria Dessi mentioned below. Friar in the S. Bernardine province. Entered the order in Provincial minister between and Marcus is also known as a polemicist and chronicler. OFMRec and bishop of Porto after Received initial schooling in Latin at Lisbon and entered the Franciscan order at the age of 16, taking his profession at the St. Shortly thereafter, he was given the position of order historian, which resulted in the three-volume Chronista general da ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco.
When the bishop of Miranda Antonio Pinheiro displeased the King with one of his sermons and offered to step down, the King wanted Marco for this episcopal see. This fell through when Antonio Pinheiro decided to stay on. Marco received his appointment on November 1st and was consecrated on 21 January in the church of Saint Francis in Lisbon. Once he was properly installed in the diocese in Spring , he re-organised the parish structure and embarked on a significant building program. In order to implement the disciplinary decrees of the Council of Trent, he organised a diocesan synod in February Marco died on September 3, , and was buried in the Nostra Senhora da Saude chapel, built by him in the Porto Cathedral.
Primeira parte das Chronicas da ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco Lisbon, ; Segunda parte das Chronicas a ordem dos frades menores do seraphico Padre San Francisco Lisbon, ; Tercera parte de las Chronicas da ordem dos frades menores Salamanca, In a Castilian version. Primeira parte — Segunda parte — Terceira parte , Ed.
Francesco , III Vols. Collectanea Franciscana 72 , ; Frate Francesco 69 , ]. Translation: Croniche de gli ordini instituiti da Padre San Franceasco. See on this Italian translation, made by Orazio Diola in the later 16th century, and its massive success in Italy, the study of Federica Dallasta in Collectanea Franciscana , Translations: Tratado do seraphico doutor S.
These constitutions reflected the decisions of his reform synod held in De Marcos de Lisboa a Simao de Vasconcellos , ed. See o. Balance y perspectivas. Actes du 5e Colloque International du C. Travaux et Recherches, 18 Saint-Etienne: Publ. Actas del II Congreso Internacional.. Born in Fonditore di S. Studied also under the direction of the humanist Enoch of Ascoli at the universities of Perugia and Bologna, where he became doctor of law and medicin. Active as medical doctor in Ascoli from onwards.
Marcus had his noviciate in the Eremita convent of Valdissaso, near Fabriano. In he became guardian of the convent of S. Maria de San Severino. Also active as preacher under the direction of Giacomo della Marca? He became involved in the struggle against usury and became one of the most fervent propagators of the so-called Montes Pietatis. He established them in Fabriano , Fano , Arcevia , Vicenza and helped with the reorganisation of the Mons Pietatis in Fermo He apparently had some sympathy for the spiritual cause, and at times took some responsibility for the religious guidance of the famous Poor Clare Camille Battista Varani cf.
AFH 8 , Died in the harnas on 19 March , while preaching during Lent in Vicenza. His grave site received a cult and a canonisation process followed suit official confirmation of his cult finally was given on 20 September by Pope Gregory XVI. Shortly after his death several hymns were composed for his liturgical commemoration. These hymns Hymnus rythmicus in eius laudem have been edited at several juntures. See for instance B. Marco published the gist of his homiletic, penitentiary and catechetical instructions in his Tabula de la salute humana and his Libro dei commandamenti di Dio.
He apparently did not publish separate sermon collections [unlike Bernardine of Siena, who kept his religious teachings in the sermon format]. There exist several other old editions of later date. A modern partial reprint is found in L. C, The work also included a list of necessary books for those who want to live a truly Christian life.
For a more detailed discussion, see V.
Il tempo, la vita, le opere , ]. This work is found after the Tabula de la salute humana in the Venetian edition and in the Florentine edition. Apparently, the Libro delli commandamenti has also received a separate Florentine edition Antonio Miscomini, According to its colophon, it is a miscellaneous work, consisting of a so-called fascicoletto , an Exempio notabile , and three opuscoli. See Elide Mercatili Indelicato, Op. It is a catechetical work, based on Marco's sermons held in Venice in December It was printed to be read in schools, parishes etc.
La corona de la gloriosa Vergene Madre Maria Venice, ante A devotional work on the life, suffering and crowning in heaven of the Virgin, with intermittent prayers Pater Noster, Ave Maria etc. Statutes of various Montes Pietatis : E. Mercatili Indelicato, Op. The works of Marco are not alone in this, an indication that the Franciscans maybe unlike the OP might not have had a strong tradition of independent prayer books, but habitually included prayer collections in their catechetical and devotional works.
Gantalamessa, Notizie storiche per servire alla biografia di fr. Marco da Montegallo, medico, teologo, edoratore Ascoli, ; C. Mariotti, Il B. Marco da Montegallo, Vicenza, ; Marco da Montegallo Il tempo, la vita, le opere. Atti del convegno di Studio Ascoli Piceno 12 ottobre e Montegallo 23 agosto , ed. Studien zu Fremdheit und Armut von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart , ed. Adolph F. Madeleine T. Marcus de Orvieto fl. This work, written between ca. Marcus of Orvieto's moralization of De Proprietatibus Rerum is one of the first in a series of comparable either or not abbreviated moralizations of De Proprietatibus Rerum for preaching purposes.
Aarau, Kantonsbibliothek Muri F 14 ff. Catalunya 5 ff. Santa Iglesia Catedral ff. Clm 14th cent. Angelica Q. Chigi E. Inc: Quoniam, sicut scribitur Sapientia XIIIa: vani sunt omnes homines in quibus non subest scientia Dei; et de his quae videntur bona non potuerunt intelligere eum qui est, oportet volentem uti salubriter creaturis aciem intelligentiae supernaturaliter figere in ipsorum mysteriis et ipsa mysteria applicare moribus sacris. Expl: …nobis in fine operis praestare dignetur Dominus noster Christus amantissimus qui est superbenedictus Dei Filius, imperator universalis aeternus, qui cum Patre et Spirito Sancto vicit et regnat per infinita saecula saeculorum.
Liber de Moralitatibus , ed. Girard J. Etzkorn, 3 Vols. Bonaventure: Franciscan Institute Publications, For some articles on the Pelican and the Lion, see Meyer , The Bestiary and its Legacy , ed. McMunn Univ. Master of theology and lector. As lector he wrote a series of Sermones Quadragesimales. Sermones Quadragesimale : New York, Conv.
Francisci W 31 Street, Unnumbered ff. A Franciscan preacher who obtained a doctorate in theology at Turin, and then was chair holder at the same university, apparently also incorporating the works of Dante in his teachings of moral theology. At least in some format, Marco had preached these sermons to her, as he assisted her spiritually when she had settled temporarily, early in her widowhood, at the Stupinigi castle, outside Turin. Marco apparently went there every morning 'causa predicandi, while he resided in Turin as the lector of the Franciscan studium.
For the whole Lenten season, starting at 8 March, the preacher expounded to the widow in 40 sermons a message of spiritual consolation and recreation: 'causa sue spiritualis consolationis et recreations'. Marco later put these texts together in a book, called the Bonum quaternarium , which in a way is also an allusion to Bona's name, and which discusses the good virtues of the widow-princess and how these virtues make her Martha as well as Mary Magdalen, both directed towards social responsibilities, charity etc.
At least two other manuscript copies contain his sermon collection, both of which were damaged by fire in , but were later restored, namely MS Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale K2. This is something to check out. Lucas Wadding, Scriptores Ordinis Minorum ed. Roma, , a; J. Sbaralea, Supplementum II ed.
Francisci saec. Vitale Brovarone, 'Per la fortuna di Dante in Piemonte. Lo studio general dalle origini al primo Cinquecento , ed. Sermones de T. See Fabricius, V, 25; Zawart, ; G. Marcus Trevisanus Marco da Treviso, fl. Italian friar, possibly from Padua, acolite and auditor of the Camera Apostolica and possibly provincial minister of the Romania province Greece. Privilegia Fratrum Minorum : Naples, Naz. Author of a Dictionarium in Sacram Scripturam an alphabetical dictionary for preaching purposes. The work actually refers to these activities in the Introduction.
Grandnephew of Francis de la Rovere. Emmanuele joined the Conventuals in or and received the name Marcus. He taught theology at Padua at the university and in the internal Franciscan school. In October he was appointed bishop and prefect of Sinigallia a position he held until his resignation in Was appointed cardinal in by Pope Julius II and defended the Pope at the fifth Lateran council against the acccusations raised at the schismatic council of Pisa. Promoted the calender reform. Decachordum Christianum Fano: G.
Harula Economopoulos, 2 Vols. Rome, II, Maria de Antigua Maria de la Antigua, - Poor Clare. Spanish nun from Sevilla. Visionary and author. Spanish Franciscan nun. Important spiritual author. Especially known for her Mistica Ciudad de Dios. Franciscan female tertiary. Kalckbrenner in It is a mystical work, relating in a series of exercises the way towards union with the Divine, focusing on Christ as the spiritual spouse.
Der rechte wech zo der evangelischer volkomenheit , ed. Kalckbrenner Cologne, Maria Domitilla Galluzzi Severetta Galluzzi, - ca. Capuchin nun from Pavia. Born at Acqui on 25 May During her life, she had numerous mystical experiences, several of which she wrote down at the request of her confessor. Apparently, none of these works were published during her lifetime.
A running theme in her works is the total union with the Divine through the negation of the will and the annihilation of the self. Important instruments in this process are rigorous asceticism and mental obedience to the Divine will at all times. Vita [autobiography]: in all six manuscripts. For a listing and description of these see E.
Ann Matter See also under the manuscripts of the Passione mentioned below. For more information, see the studies of E. Ulrike Wiethaus Syracuse, , ; E. A Religious and Artistic Renaissance , ed. Maria Magdalena Martinengo - Early sixteenth century Franciscan historian and compiler of educational treatises. His large Fasciculus Chronicarum Ordinis Minorum Divisus in 5 Libros , written in the first quarter of the sixteenth century, has not fully survived.
Wadding apparently still had the full text autograph at his disposal and made ample use of it for his own Annals , yet later only abbreviations remained, which were edited by T. Palatino ff. Compendium Chronicarum Ordinis FF. Minorum , ed. Maria degli Angeli, Brevis Chronica Provinciae Tusciae. This work as susch has been lost, yet parts of it found their way in: Dionisio Pulinari, Cronache dei Frati Minori della Provincia di Toscana, secondo l'autografo di Ognissanti , ed.
Saturnino Mencherini Arezzo, Officium S. Vita S. Another part published in: Biblioteca bio-bibliografica della Terra Santa e dell'Oriente francescano , ed. Girolamo Golubovich Quaracchi, I, La storia della traslazione dell'abito di S. Ciro Cannarozzi Pistoia: Pacinotti, This work, written between and , should be situated in the context of contemporary polemics between Franciscans, Dominicans, and Augustinians concerning the authenticity of the stigmata of St Catherine of Siena.
See on this work Massimo D. The latter author suggess that Mariano was the first to devote a work completely to the Sacred Mountain of La Verna as a Holy Place on a par with Jerusalem. Vita di B. Paoluccio Trinci , ed. Vita e leggenda del B. Tommaso Bellaci da Firenze , ed. Also published in La Verna - Studi Francescani Iacopone da Todi d.
Part of one of Mariano's larger works?. Itinerarium Urbis Romae di fra Mariano da Firenze con introduzione e note illustrative , ed. Papi, Analecta TOR 18 , Galeoti Roberti de Malatestis, Tertii Ord. Francisci d. Sessoriano , ] etc. Marianus a Florentia, Compendium chronicarum Ordinis Fr. Mariano da F. Scritti di cultura classica e medievale in onore di Ubaldo Pizzani , ed. Atti del Convegno di studi San Vivaldo, ottobre , ed. Florence: Edizioni del Galluzzo, V, ; C.
Eleanor B. Adams Washington D. Franciscan friar active in the Holy Land. Marianus Senensis Mariano da Siena, fl. Died in at la Capriola. Known for his lengthy and interesting Lenten sermon cycle, as well as for his donation of a breviary to the library of the Sienese San Francesco convent. He should not be identified with Mariano di Graziano, who for a short while resided in Siena in [cf. Moorman, Medieval Franciscan Houses ]. Marianus Unezovkhi Pragensis, fl. Tsjech friar and member of the Bohemian province. Provincial minister of his province and long-term regent lector of the Prague friary.
Theologia scolastica Patris M. Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano, pars prima primi sent. With remarks, comments and corrections by Marianus. Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano, pars secunda primi sent. Blasii de Comitibus a Mediolano in secundum sentent. Friar from the Venetian province. Born at Venice on 23 December , where he studied at the local seminary. Entered the order at the age of 18 Bassano friary , making his profession on 3 September Studied philosophy ad theology, specialising in Thomism, the doctrines of which he taught once he became active as lector of theology in the Venetian province.
Due to his failing health, he had to stop teaching quite early in life, and was forced to keep his bed for long periods of time. During these bouts of illness, he wrote at least three homiletic works Domenicale ; Quadragesimale ; Santuario. This is indicative of the character of Mario's homiletic works, which were more geared to teaching how to preach than to provide model sermons as such.
In addition, Neusser published in in Mainz a Latin translation of Mario's Prediche sopra le ventiquattro domeniche with the Latin title Discursus praedicabiles super festum Pentecostes et sequentes Dominicas usque ad Adventum. This work was dedicated to the Capuchin minister general Fortunato di Cadoro.
At least one of the editions is accessible via Google Books. This work was dedicated to the provincial minister of Venice Serafino da Brescia. The posthumous edition by F. Conciones in reliquis anni dominicis et in adventu. This work is mentioned by Bernardo di Bologna. Yet it has not yet been found. For Bruno Neusser's Latin translations and omnibus editions, see above.
At least the Latin edition is accessible via Google Books. Wadding, Scriptores ed. Rome, , ; Sbaralea, Supplementum ed. Marius de Calasio Mario da Calascio, - Transferred to the Capuchin order from the Augustinians. Became minister general.
Also active as spiritual author and historian. Relationes de Origine Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum , ed. Poemetti , ed. Mario Fabiani? Atti del Convegno Nazionale Assisi, maggio , ed. Silvio Pasquazi Rome, , 78ff. His religious poetry does not really fit in with the Capuchin scorn of poetic embellishment. Silvio Pasquazi Rome, , Marquardus Herwart fl.
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Bavarian friar and Scotist philosopher. From noble Bavarian descent, he joined the Riformati in the Bavarian province. Spent the last period of his life in Rome, as penitentiary of the Lateran Basilica. Marquardus died in Rome in Physica Decus N. German friar. Probably born at Lindau Lake of Konstanz.
In custos of the custody of Konstanz. Later, when Marquard was custos of the Bodensee custody between and , he did not succumb to pressures of the Franciscan provincial Liephard von Regensburg, who had Clementine sympathies AFH 55 , 97, On the provincial chapter of Strasbourg, Marquard was elected provincial of the province Germania Superior Cf. He kept that position until his death in , and hence presided over the provincial chapters of Neurenberg , Esslingen , and Basel According to a papal bull of Boniface IX 16 August , he also founded two convents namely Viktorsberg, in the Churdiocese?
BF VII, n. According to Tschamser, Marquard died in Konstanz on 15 August , where he was buried before the major altar of the Franciscan church. Marquard wrote both scholastic treatises in Latin and more mystical and educational works in the German vernacular not seldom with reciprocal translations. The Latin works probably should be connected with his lectorship in Strasbourg. His most famous work is Die zehe Gebot , a dialogue for the instruction of the lay, who had to prepare themselves for the sacrament of penance [According to Zawart, Marquard produced an unique compilation of catechetical sermons for children.
This list MS Munich Cgm f. Bonmann, in Franziskanische Studien 21 , Later chroniclers and bibliographers have used this list for their own inventories. Yet Wadding and Sbaralea have totally ignored Marquard. Maybe because he wrote so many of his works in German. For a completely updated survey of all his Latin and vernacular works including exhaustive listings of manuscripts and editions , see esp.
Nigel F. XI, For the moment, only the titles of his most important works are listed here sometimes with some information about editions and manuscripts. Die zehe Gebot , ed. Munich Bayerische Staatsbibliothek clm ; clm ; clm ; clm ; clm ; clm ; cgm ; cgm ; cgm ff. C 95 ff. The Auszug is a mystical elucidation of the history of the Israelites, more or less along the lines of the Benjamin Minor of Richard of St.
Victor, pointing the way via stages of retreat from the world to the visio beatifica. See esp. Hiob-Traktat , ed. Thus far, 31 manuscripts have been identified. The oldest probably is MS St. Gallen Stiftsbibliothek cod. IF ff. A XI 52, ff. The full Job treatise consists of three main parts: i. Some manuscripts only give the last two parts. Some manuscripts also give a short advent meditation in connection with the Hiob-Traktat.
In the early 15th century, the German friar Thidericus Struve, lector secundarius at the Erfurt studium made a Latin versiuon of the work surviving in two manuscripts. See under Thidericus Struve elsewhere on this site, as well as Honemann , , note [who mentions also further High and Low German translations.
De Nabuchodonosor , ed. Horwege, Diss. Indiana University, [There is no edition of the Latin version] There are at least twelve manuscripts of the vernacular version still surviving. One manuscript survives of the Latin version: Trier StB, cod. De Daniele : apparently lost. Might have been like the Nebuchodnosor and the Hiob-Traktat.
De Anima Christi : Partial editions to be found in R. The German version has survived in at least 10 full manuscript copies and three partial ones. The probably older Latin version has in any case partially survived in MS Munich cgm 66 ff. De Anima Christi originally was a sermon in three parts on the poverty, the patience, and the suffering of Christ. In some of the later manuscripts, the treatise was enlarged with other, related themes, sometimes enlarging the treatise into a work of seven or eight parts. De Fide ,ed. Ruh, Franzisk.
Schrifttum , II , The work has survived in seven manuscripts and two early printings, which are listed by Ruh. See for instance: Vthlewgginge des gelovens. The work consists of four parts: three short pieces on the properties of faith true, noble, and clear , and a longer piece containing an explication of the Symbolum Apostolorum. XV ff. VI, 60 ff. The sermon deals with the six excellent properties of the sacrament, the six miracles of the sacrament, the six human weaknesses to which God answers through the sacrament with six signs of love, and the six fruits of the sacrament.
The very scholastic sermon, which Palmer therefore regards as an early work, ends with a quaestio. Hofmann, Hermaea 7 No less than 67 manuscripts contain the full German text, whereas four contain a Latin fashion and an additional two a mixture. In addition, there are a range of manuscripts that contain excerpts. Palmer Ibidem, remarks that this Eucharist treatise is one of the most successful late medieval Eucharist explications in Southern Germany.
It has survived in several versions. With regard to the reception history, Palmer points out the many excerpts in German prayer books owned by female religious and lay women. Maitagspredigt : Survived in five manuscripts, namely Berlin, mgq ff. Peter Cod. Itis a German sermon with as theme Non turbetur cor vestrum [Joh.
VI, 46d, ff. It is a letter directed to Conrad of Braunsberg prior of the German Johanniter order , in which the necessary virtues of a mighty prelate are listed. The sermon cycle probably was compose in German in The sermons follow the sermo moderna structure. Palmer, Ibidem, remarks that, within the series, the greatest thematical group is formed by the sermons on the life and the person of Christ on his name, his seven words at the cross, his suffering, and his five wounds, all fully in the Franciscan conformitas Christi tradition.
See in general also: Ph. De Reparatione Hominis , ed. May [there is no edition of the German version. See for mss a. Produced in or shortly after Victor, Bonaventure, Eckhart, Nichols of Lyra. Structure and content of the work do suggest that it was composed first of all for preachers. Yet the work offers aside from the allegorcial and typological interpretations also an eschatological framework and a full-scale theology of history. Work was in any case used by Conrad Boemlin and in Ulrich Horn's works on the passion.
In eight groups of three articles running from I to XXIV , Marquard describes eight times the threefold historical, typological and tropological meanings of the biblical text always with as headings De Archa materiali, ecclesie and mentali. The Ark therewith is build into the church and the human soul. De Quadruplici Homine : Seven manuscripts that contain three different versions. In general the work deals with the six condiciones and the six opera of the homines naturales, graciosi and divini. It amounts to a praise of the creatural world and a narrative of mystical union with the Divine in neoplatonic fashion, in accordance with the Franciscan tradition.
Itinerarium mentis and related works. Hartinger, Diss. Two manuscripts. It is a eulogy on poverty. May , De Perfectione has survived in twelve manuscripts. MS Freiburg i. I ff. De Virtutibus : Eight manuscripts. Work contrasts pagan with theological virtues. I 86 ff. A latin sermon, divided in three parts, on the new paradise of spiritual life, with recourse to Pseudo-Dionysius. De Penis Inferni : Seventeen manuscripts. Karlsruhe, St.
Petrus im Schwarzwald 40 ff. Is directed against false philosophical views on reincarnation and spiritual interpretations of the pains of Hell. De Quinque Sensibus : Ten manuscripts. The work deals in seven parts with the properties of the human body and the human soul, and with the use of the five senses in heaven. German fashion in five manuscripts. Amounts to a short sermon on virginity. De Premio Patrie : Three manuscripts. A collection of sermons and quaestiones on the condition of the beati in Heaven their visio beatifica, corporal and soulish qualities of their condition etc.
De Horto Spirituali : Four manuscripts. Seven sermons on the theme Veniat dilectus. I F ff. Short treatise on the causes of human feelings and free will. Also contains apolemics against the begards. Mischa von Perger, in: Wissenschaft und Weisheit 66 , Many of Marquart's texts were excerpted and translated into other vernaculars, including Middle Dutch. This manuscript, probably made in the Antwerp Augustinian monastery of Facons, which was part of the Modern Devotion movement, contains on ff. Dat is, Sich aen ende doe naden exemplaer. Die dat nu metten salighen moyses aensiende is den beel denaer alre volcomenheit.
Studies and Texts , ed. Jan A. Armutskonzepte der franziskanischen Ordensfamilie vom Mittelalter bis in die Gegenwart , ed. Calabrian friar. Took the entry exam at the Collegium Sancti Bonaventurae in Rome at an early age in Afterwards, following the completion of his studies in Rome in , he was first regent at the Palermo gymnasium, and later lector of philosophy in Messina, and regent lector of theology in the studia of Palermo, Genoa, Ferrara and Milan.
Subsequently, he became regent at the Collegium S. Anthonii of Malta. Guardian of the major conventual Naples friary between and , and on 27 April he was elected provincial minister of the Calabria province. Elected custus custodiarum at the general chapter of , and shortly thereafter he held teaching positions at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae Professor of dogmatic theology and at the Sapienza in Rome professor of ecclesiastical history.
Nominated as minister general by Clement X in September and confirmed in He held this position until Made Archbishop of Nazareth in , with Barletta as episcopal residence. Ciccarelli, Spanish friar from the St. John the Baptist province. Travelled to the Philippines in In the same year, he moved on to China, establishing himself as provincial commissioner in Huy-Hien.
After thirty years of pastoral work, he was called back to Mexico by the general commissioner of the Franciscan mission, maybe because of issues pertaining to the Chinese rites. He departed for London, where he fell ill. There he died early in the Portuguese ambassadorial compounds. Author of several letters and an apologetic missionary history. Lapis Caliminaris. This work, supposedly written in Chinese characters, is mentioned by Juan de San Antonio. Engelse minderbroeder, theoloog.
Questiones Supplementariae in I Sent. Wadding, Scriptores. Studien ,19 , ; F. Clemente 51 ff. Already mentioned as a bachelor in Paris in Glorieux II, Wrote quodlibetal questions between and these appear in the notebook of Prosper of Reggio Emilia. A list of questions of two Quodlibetal series is provided by Duba, pp. William J. The Fourteenth Century , ed. Chris Schabel Leiden-Boston: Brill, , Tratado contra los Jesuitas : Madrid, Nac.
Guardian of the Valladolid friary in Known for a sermon on the immaculate conception of Mary during that year in the collegiate church of the town, whoch became the starting point of a severe conflict with the Dominicans in Castile. Madrid, VII, nos. Member of the Rhine province. Joined the order in After his noviciate, he studied philosophy and theology from onwards and he was ordained in Following his studies, he became lector of philosophy at the studium of Mainz In , his lectorate position ended and he became predominantly active as pastoral worker and religious-ascetical author with works for priests and confessors and for the laity.
Once back in the Rhine province, he focused in particular on Mass explications. Written while still working as a lector during the plague epidemic in Mainz. Das kleine Leben Christi. Josephs und Joachims: und der H. Several editions. Frankfurt am. Main: Joannis Melchior Bencard, This edition, as well as a number of later editions were accessible via Google Books.
The Augsburg edition and the Sulzbach edition are accessible via Google Books. Many editions and translations all the way up to the 20th cent. Several of these, such as the Augsburg edition, are accessible via Google Books. Der Myrrhengarten: E. Gebet- u. Libellus Benedictionum Et Exorcismorum: In quo Efficacissimae Benedictiones tam sacrarum quam profanarum rerum et Terribiles Exorcismi ad varia maleficia tam ab hominibus quam pecoribus et locis infestis depellenda continentur.
Maximiliani ab Eynatten, Circulo aureo P. Francisci, Maria de Capellis, Thesauro et ex Nucleo Benedictionum Constantiae impresso excerptus, et in hanc commodiorem formam, praxi et ordinem redactus Frankfurt a. Verbesserte Legend der Heiligen. Many editions, several of which, like the Augsburg edition, are available via Google Books.
Coellen: Peter Langenberg, There are many editions of this work, all the way up to the 20th century. Several of these, including the editio princeps, are accessible via digital platforms like that of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and Google Books. Many editions, several of which are available via Google Books. More info will follow. Johannes Chrysostomos Schulte, P.
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Martin von Cochem, —, sein Leben und seine Schriften [unedited manuscript kept in Archiv d. Was ist das Gebet? Zeugnisse aus acht Jahrhunderten , ed. Paul Zahner, Munich-St. Tod- und Jehnseitsvorstellungen im Miscellanea di studi offerti a Servus Gieben inoccasione del suo 80 o compleanno , ed. Yoannes Teklemariam Rome: Ed. Franciscan missionary, historian and ethnographer, active in Latin America.
Six years later, in he undertook missionary journeys to nearby Islands in the Pacific, and in , he took part in the expedition of Cortes towards California. Tudela Madrid, Auteurs, verhalen en lezers Groningen, , passim; J. Born in Carmona. Active in the Andalucia province. Known for his humanist interests, Edited pedagogical works on teaching classical languages in part at the request of the Portuguese friar Antonio Sanches. De corrupto docende grammatice latine genere et de ratione ejusdem breviter recteque tradende Libellus Antwerp: Joh.
Gravius, The work is available via Google Books. Pergamo, AFH , 27 , Formularium super Contractibus et Libellis de Factis … : Vat. Martinus de Lucerna Martin Borner, - Friar from Cordoba Andalucia, Granada Province. After his profession, education and a number of years of apostolic activity, he traveled to Guatemala and became a member of the Santissimo Nombre de Jesus province. He taught doctrinal and moral theology, and already had received the titel of Predicador General Jubilado y Apostolico before he transferred to the new World.
Belgian friar, born at Turnhout. Died on March 13, Pupil of Dirc Coelde. Professor at the Franciscan Louvain convent, and as such a teacher of Franciscus Titelmans. Known for his theological works, his sermons and his biblical commentaries. VIII, Madrid, IX, nos. Observant friar from the San Felipe hamlet near Mahon Mallorca. After he joined the order he worked as a cathedral preacher, custodian, provincial definitor and provincial minister appointed in April Martin was transferred from Palma to Valencia and died there on May 3, Biblioteca de Autores Baleares , ed.
Gelabert, I, no. Born in Eibar as a relative of the famous Ignacio de Loyola. Became a Franciscan friar and lived first in Mexico and later in the Philippines and China. Custos of the Malaca province in After his return to Spain he traveled to China in Thereafter theology professor in Segovia and missionary in Tucuman.
Bishop of Paraguay and Archbishop of Charcas. He died apparently in Buenos Aires in Andre Muschio, Viaje alrededor del mundo , ed. Friar from Spain, known for his astronomical, mathematical, horticultural and engineering interest, as well as for his capacities as a preacher. He traveled to Guatemala in In he was elected custos and was sent to Spain in order to present some of his agricultural projects to the Spanish crown, yet he died in Trujillo before he was able to start his journey.
French friar from Roye Picardy. Studied theology at Paris and published an extensive Scotist philosophical oeuvre. Became active in Metz, where he eventually became auxiliary bishop. Active combattant against the hugenots in his diocese and beyond, and author of philosophical, theological and historiographical works.
Martin enlisted as a junior 14 years or younger as a student at Louvain University on February 11, During his studies he joined the Friars Minor. He worked in several friaries, and was for instance vicar and guardian in Haarlem. After several stints as guardian cf. Sedulius , and as confessor of the Poor Clares in Louvain in the mid s following in the footsteps of his brother Baltazar, like him a Friar Minor and confessor of the Louvain Poor Clares until his death in , he was provincial minister between and As late as , he was provincial definitor.