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us: Capuchins



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    • us: Cappucciati
    • us: Cappuccini
    • us: Capuchin Friars
    • us: Capuchin Order
    • us: Capuchinhos
    • us: Capuchinos
    • us: Capucins
    • us: Frades Menores Capuchinhos
    • us: Franciscan Friars Minor Capuchin
    • us: Frati minori cappuccini
    • us: Freis Capuchinhos
    • us: Friars Minor Capuchin
    • us: Friars Minor of the Eremitical Life
    • us: Hermanos Menores Capuchinos
    • us: Irmãos Capuchinhos de Cabo Verde
    • us: Kapuziner
    • us: Kapuzinerorden
    • us: Missionários capuchinhos
    • us: O.F.M. Cap.
    • us: O.S.F.C.
    • us: OFM Cap.
    • us: OFMCap
    • us: Order of Capuchin Friars Minor
    • us: Order of Friars Minor Capuchin
    • us: Ordo Fratrum Minorum Capuccinorum
    • us: OSFC
    • us: PP. Capuchinhos
    • us: Minderbroeders Kapucijnen
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    • found: Théotime de Saint-Just. Les capucins ... 1951.
    • found: Capuchins. Província do Rio Grande do Capítulo das Esteiras, 1st, Veranópolis, Brazil, 1977. I Capítulo das ... between 1977 and 1979: t.p. (Frades Menores Capuchinhos)
    • found: Misión de los capuchinos en Guayana, 1979: v. 1-3, t.p. (capuchinos)
    • found: Bíblia sagrada, c1974: t.p. (Missionários capuchinhos)
    • found: Porisiensi, S. Pionieri della scienza, della civiltà e della fede in Africa, 1981: t.p. (Cappuccini)
    • found: Regni, P.V. Os Capuchinhos na Bahia, 1988-
    • found: Pax et bonum, Set. 1976: t.p. (Orgão oficial ... Freis Capuchinhos ...; PP. Capuchinhos)
    • found: The path of renewal, 1993: t.p. (Order of Capuchin Friars Minor)
    • found: Mundo nuevo (Caracas, Venezuela), agosto-oct. 1990: p. 3 (Hermanos Menores Capuchinos)
    • found: Terra nova, fev. 1989: t.p. (Irmãos Capuchinhos de Cabo Verde)
    • found: Sage nicht, Ich bin zu jung-- , 1996: t.p. (Kapuziner)
    • found: Life of Saint Lawrence of Brindisi: t.p. (Father Anthony Brennan, O.S.F.C.)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 11, 2010 (Order of Friars Minor Capuchin; in England and Ireland, O.S.F.C.)
    • found: Day, P. A dictionary of religious orders, c2001: p. 143-144 (Friars Minor Capuchin (OFMCap); part of First Order of Roman Catholic Franciscans) p. 415 (Franciscan Friars Minor Capuchin)
    • found: Religious orders of the Catholic Reformation, 1994: p. 31 (Capuchin Order; Capuchins; 16th cent.; first observants' gradual separation from Franciscan Observants and forging of their own identity) p. 33, etc. (Pope Clement VII issued bull July 3, 1528, considered the juridical foundation of Capuchin Order; called selves "Friars Minor of the Eremitical Life"; for their pointed hood, the name "Cappucciati" was applied to them in 1534 document, but the more common "Cappuccini" prevailed; as of 1534, under the legal protection of the Conventual Franciscans; an Aug. 1536 papal bull placed Capuchins under jurisdiction of Conventual Franciscans; Capuchin constitution issued [later] in 1536, slightly revised in 1552; Capuchins began in the Marches of Italy, then spread; in 1574, Capuchin friars were granted the freedom to cross the Alps; rapid growth in membership, swift expansion of the order throughout Europe and in the non-European world) p. 41 (Capuchines; female branch of the Capuchins; Maria Lorenzo Longo established convent for Franciscan Tertiaries in 1535; charter of foundation 1538; put under spiritual direction of Capuchin friars; first house of Capuchin sisters adopted the strict rule of the Poor Clares; 16th-century Capuchines remained strictly cloistered, soon became part of second order of St. Francis)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia, 2003, viewed online Sept. 2, 2011: Franciscans, First Order (Capuchin Friars; largest of post-1517 splinter groups in Franciscan order; originally known as the Friars Minor of the Eremetical Life, but popularly called Capuchin Friars because of their distinctive habit, quickly achieved autonomy in 1528; grew rapidly during Counter-Reformation, gained total independence as a third congregation of Friars Minor, under their own general minister, in 1619)
    • found: 300 jaar Minderbroeders Kapucijnen te Meersel-Dreef ... 1987.
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