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Definition of Maurist

Maurist
Maurist Maur"ist, n. [From Maurus, the favorite disciple of St. Benedict.] A member of the Congregation of Saint Maur, an offshoot of the Benedictines, originating in France in the early part of the seventeenth century. The Maurists have been distinguished for their interest in literature.

Meaning of Maurist from wikipedia

- The Congregation of St. Maur, often known as the Maurists, were a congregation of French Benedictines, established in 1621, and known for their high level...
- The term Maurists may refer to: Congregation of Saint Maur, a congregation of French Benedictines Maurist Party, a faction of the Liberal Conservative...
- in the Conservative Party between idóneos ('apt ones') and mauristas ('maurists'). Its development took place in a period of crisis for the dynastic parties...
- Achery may refer to: Achery, Aisne, a commune in France Luc d'Achery (1609–1685), Maurist librarian and historian...
- The Maurist Party (Spanish: Partido Maurista, PM), initially known as the Maurist Conservatives (Spanish: Conservadores Mauristas, CM) or simply the Maurists...
- ‹ The template Infobox organization is being considered for merging. › The Benedictines, officially the Order of Saint Benedict (Latin: Ordo Sancti Benedicti...
- century; the Tower of Abbot Pons de l'Orme, dating from the same period; the Maurist monastery, built in the 17th century. The abbey is noted for its 11th–14th-century...
- convection ... Laurent Bénard (1573 – 1620) was a chief founder of the Maurist Congregation. Marvin Benard (born: 1970 in Nicaragua) is a former Major...
- whose Gr**** text had been prepared for the press, before his death, by the Maurist Hugo Menardus. D'Achery's "Asceticorum vulgo spiritualium opusculorum Indiculus"...
- the Bishop of Évreux, Jacques Le Noël du Perron brought to the abbey the Maurist reform. The aggregation to the Congregation of Saint-Maur meant at first...
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