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Mechitarists

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  • Mechitarists — • Armenian Benedictines, founded by Mechitar in 1712 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mechitarists     Mechitarists     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Mechitarists — The cloister of the monastery on the island of San Lazzaro (Saint Lazarus) near Venice, Italy, headquarters of the Mechitarists. The Mechitarists (Armenian: Մխիթարեաններ, also spelled Mekhitarists), are a congregation of Benedictine monks of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Mechitar — • The name taken by Peter Manuk, founder of the religious order of Mechitarists, when he became a monk Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mechitar     Mechitar      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Mechitarist — /mek i tahr ist/, n. Mekhitarist. * * * ▪ religious order also spelled  Mekhitarist , member of  Congregation of Benedictine Armenian Antonine Monks        a congregation of Roman Catholic Armenian monks, widely recognized for their contribution… …   Universalium

  • Armenia — • A mountainous region of Western Asia occupying a somewhat indefinite area to the southeast of the Black Sea Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Armenia     Armenia      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Armenian literature — The existing Armenian literature begins around AD 400. HistoryEarly literatureArmenian literature begins about 406 with the invention of the Armenian alphabet by Mesrop. Isaac, the Catholicos of Armenia, formed a school of translators who were… …   Wikipedia

  • Asia Minor — • The peninsular mass that the Asiatic continent projects westward of an imaginary line running from the Gulf of Alexandretta (Issus) on the Mediterranean to the vicinity of Trebizond (Trapezus) on the Black Sea Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Constantinople — • Capital, formerly of the Byzantine, now of the Ottoman, Empire (As of 1908, when the article was written.) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Constantinople     Constantinople …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Vienna — • The capital of Austria Hungary, the residence of the emperor, and the seat of a Latin archbishopric Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Vienna     Vienna      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • St. Ephraem —     St. Ephraem     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Ephraem     (EPHREM, EPHRAIM).     Born at Nisibis, then under Roman rule, early in the fourth century; died June, 373. The name of his father is unknown, but he was a pagan and a priest of the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • The Benedictine Order —     The Benedictine Order     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Benedictine Order     The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as black monks . The order will be considered in this article under… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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