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The World in Black and White? Michael Browne OP as Master of the Order (1955-1962)

The World in Black and White? Michael Browne OP as Master of the Order (1955-1962)

In its 1971 obituary of Irish Dominican Cardinal Michael Browne, the New York Times characterized him as “Tradition’s voice at Vatican II.” Browne was considered a stern conservative by many of his contemporaries, but his work, as Hugh Fenning OP writes, “has yet to be evaluated by historians.” This work is currently being undertaken byRead more about The World in Black and White? Michael Browne OP as Master of the Order (1955-1962)[…]

The critical edition of the Legendarium of Petrus Calo

The critical edition of the Legendarium of Petrus Calo

The Legendarium of Petrus Calo († 1348) constituted, so to speak, the pinnacle of the hagiographic activity of the Order of Preachers intended for a wider audience than that of the Dominican friars. It is not by chance that using Calo’s Legendarium as basis, Petrus de Natalibus († 1406) compiled his own Catalogus Sanctorum, whichRead more about The critical edition of the Legendarium of Petrus Calo[…]

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