Humiliati

The Humiliati were an Italian religious order of men formed probably in the 12th century. It was suppressed by a Papal bull in 1571 though an associated order of women continued into the 20th century. ==Origin== Its origin is obscure. According to some chroniclers, certain noblemen of Lombardy, taken prisoner by the Emperor Henry V (1081–1125) f...
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Humiliati

(from the article `Borromeo, Saint Charles`) ...He became embroiled with the Milanese Senate and with Gov. Luis de Requesséns y Zúñiga as well as with the rebellious canons of Sta. Maria della ... These groups, basically and professedly orthodox, together with the reform-minded Humiliati of Lombardy (Italy), practic...
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Humiliati

Humiliati (hOOmil"ēä'tē) [Lat.,=the humbled ones], Roman Catholic association of laymen formed in the 11th cent. in Lombardy. They wore plain clothes and lived under special vows, but mingled freely with the world. They were protected by the papacy in most of the 12th cent.,...
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