Member of a religious community that follows the Rule of St Augustine of Hippo
. It includes the Canons of St Augustine, Augustinian Friars and Hermits,...Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20688
Of or pertaining to St. Augustine, bishop of Hippo in Northern Africa (b. 354 -- d. 430), or to his doctrines. Augustinian canons
, an order of monks once popular in England and Ireland; -- called also regular canons of St. Austin , and black canons...
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noun a Roman Catholic friar or monk belonging to one of the Augustinian monastic orders
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• (a.) Of or pertaining to St. Augustine, bishop of Hippo in Northern Africa (b. 354 -- d. 430), or to his doctrines. • (n.) A member of one of the religious orders called after St. Augustine; an Austin friar. • (n.) One of a class of divines, who, following St. Augustine, maintain that grace by its nature is effectual absolutely and...
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in the Roman Catholic Church, member of any of the religious orders and congregations of men and women whose constitutions are based on the Rule of ... [2 related articles]
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Member of a religious community that follows the Rule of St Augustine of Hippo. It includes the Canons of St Augustine, Augustinian Friars and Hermits, Premonstratensians, Gilbertines, and Trinitarians
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connected with the teaching of St Augustine (354-430), probably the most important theological authority for both Catholics and Protestants in this period. Often associated with a 'hard' line over grace [qv], stressing that people can do little by their own efforts, and everything comes from God.
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