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- Mercede Redemptionis Captivorum, abbreviated O. de M.), also known as the Mercedarians, is a Catholic mendicant order established in 1218 by Peter Nolasco in...
- The Discalced Mercedarians (Latin: Ordo Frati Excalceatorum de B.M.V. de Mercede; Spanish: Orden de Descalzos de Nuestra Señora de la Merced) are members...
- of the lesser orders are: the Trinitarians, established in 1198 the Mercedarians, established in 1218 the Servites, established in 1240 the Minims, established...
- was celebrated on 24 September, commemorating the foundation of the Mercedarians. After Vatican II the name for the Marian commemoration on September...
- storyline Ordo Frati Excalceatorum de B.M.V. de Mercede, the Discalced Mercedarians, Catholic religious order Clerics Regular of the Mother of God of Lucca...
- Friars, founded 1193. MercedariansOrder of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy, founded 1218; and after a reform Discalced Mercedarians. Servites – Order...
- The work of the Mercedarians was in ransoming Christian slaves held in North Africa (1637)....
- Santiago, San Jerónimo and San Anton —which was the capital of the Mercedarians, where they had their convent and where their comendador lived. According...
- advancement. His father later gave him permission to take the habit with the Mercedarians at Barcelona. The order was founded to ransom Christian captives from...
- Trinitarians (1594), the Mercedarians (1604), and the P****ionists. Discalced Augustinians Discalced Carmelites Discalced Mercedarians Discalced Bihl, Michael...
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