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Definition of Oblati

Oblati
Oblati Ob*la"ti, n. pl. [LL., fr. L. oblatus. See Oblate.] (R.C.Ch.) (a) Children dedicated in their early years to the monastic state. (b) A class of persons, especially in the Middle Ages, who offered themselves and their property to a monastery. --Addis & Arnold.

Meaning of Oblati from wikipedia

- or conversi, who took vows but were not claustral or enclosed monks the oblati, workmen or servants who voluntarily subjected themselves, while in the...
- The Oblates of the Virgin Mary (Italian: Oblati di Maria Vergine) is a religious institute of priests and brothers founded by Bruno Lanteri (1759–1830)...
- The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) is a missionary religious congregation in the Catholic Church. It was founded on January 25, 1816, by Saint...
- The Oblates of St. Francis de Sales (Latin: Oblati Sancti Francisci Salesii, O.S.F.S.) are a congregation of Roman Catholic priests and brothers who follow...
- those who had received the habit late in life, to distinguish them from the oblati and nutriti. But, by the beginning of the 11th century, the time devoted...
- an oil-producing, refining and gas station operating company in Austria Oblati di Maria Vergine (Oblates of the Virgin Mary), a religious order of the...
- The Oblate Sisters of St. Francis de Sales (Latin: Oblati Sancti Francisci Salesii, O.S.F.S.) are a congregation of Roman Catholic Religious Sisters who...
- bathroom and a kitchen. One of the miniature complexes was called the "oblati". These were the buildings for the novices. The other complex was a hospital...
- C. – Oblati Sancti Caroli (Oblate Fathers of St. Charles) O.S.F.C. – Ordinis Sancti Francisci Capuccini (Franciscan Capuchins) O.S.F.S. – Oblati Sancti...
- basis, and who followed a less severe regimen of prayer. Called donates or oblati, they were not considered to be monks, but they were nonetheless gradually...
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