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Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici

Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici

The critical edition of Petrus Ferrandi’s Legenda Sancti Dominici was published by the Dominican Historical Institute in the series Monumenta Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum Historica. It is one of the four Dominican legends written in the 13th century. The editor of this important testimony of early Dominican hagiography and historiography is the internationally renowned Dominican historianRead more about Vol. 32: Petri Ferrandi Legenda Sancti Dominici[…]

The Conference “Dominicans and Russia“: A Historical Journey from the Past to the Present

The Conference “Dominicans and Russia“: A Historical Journey from the Past to the Present

The Conference “Dominicans and Russia“: A Historical Journey from the Past to the Present The Russian Emperor Alexander I (1801-1825) assigned the friars of the Dominican Province of Lithuania to the pastoral care of the Church of St Catherine of Alexandria in Sankt Petersburg at the end of 1815. The following year, 1816, the firstRead more about The Conference “Dominicans and Russia“: A Historical Journey from the Past to the Present[…]

International Historical Conference on Bible Study and Preaching in the Dominican Order

International Historical Conference on Bible Study and Preaching in the Dominican Order

International Historical Conference on Bible Study and Preaching in the Dominican Order Bible Study and Preaching in the Dominican Order – History, Ideal, Practice (Bibelstudium und Predigt bei den Dominikanern – Geschichte, Ideal, Praxis) was the title of the Third Isnard Frank Colloquium which took place on 27-29 October 2016 in the venerable Dominican prioryRead more about International Historical Conference on Bible Study and Preaching in the Dominican Order[…]

Meeting of Dominican Students of History

Meeting of Dominican Students of History

Meeting of Dominican Students of History

The Historical Institute of the Order of Preachers recently held a meeting of Dominican history students which took place in the very hospitable atmosphere of the St. Thomas Aquinas Priory in Toulouse from the 14th to the 16th of September 2016. In organising this meeting, the Institute has taken up the former tradition from 1998–2006. Ten friars from eight provinces of the Order (Hispania, Toulouse, Colombia, Holy Rosary, Argentina, St. Joseph in the USA, Malta and Switzerland) who are historians-in-training or potential historians of the Order participated in the seminar. In light of the Jubilee year, Toulouse was chosen as a fitting location because of its role as the cradle of the Order.

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