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Orígenes de la vida claustral en el País Vasco

Lizarralde, José Adriano de (1919) Orígenes de la vida claustral en el País Vasco. Inx: Primer Congreso de Estudios Vascos: recopilación de los trabajos de dicha asamblea, celebrada en la Universidad de Oñate del 1 al 8 de septiembre de 1918, bajo el patrocinio de las Diputaciones Vascas. Congresos de Estudios Vascos (1). Eusko Ikaskuntza, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 590-617.

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Religious orders are the most patriotic of institutions and possibly the franciscan order exerted the biggest influence in the Basque Country. Convents seem to have started on the gathering of several women to lead a life of penance and charity life in homes for pious women. Thereinafter these were accepted by the various religious orders (franciscans, augustines, dominicans and a few others). When the order of claustration was issued by the Pope, some pious did not abide by it as they were lacking a means of subsistence or because the homes were used as schools and colleges

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Euskal Herria; Órdenes y congregaciones religiosas; Religious orders and congregations; Euskal Herria; Órdenes religiosas; Conventos; Religious orders; Convents
Subjects:History > Specialized histories
ID Code:736
Deposited On:03 Oct 2008 15:20
Last Modified:03 Oct 2008 18:02

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