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Theatines

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  • Theatines — The Theatines or the Congregation of Clerks Regular of the Divine Providence are a male religious order of the Catholic Church, with the post nominal initials C.R. Contents 1 Foundation 2 Growth and accomplishments 3 Decline of the Order …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Cajetan — Infobox Saint name=Saint Cajetan birth date=birth date|1480|10|01|mf=y death date=death date and age|1547|8|07|1480|10|01|mf=y feast day=August 7 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=200px caption=Saint Cajetan birth place=Vicenza, Veneto …   Wikipedia

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  • Andrew Avellino — Infobox Saint name=Saint Andrew Avellino birth date=1521 death date=death date|1608|11|10|mf=y feast day=November 10 venerated in= imagesize=250px caption=Andrew Avellino. Statue in Milan (Italy). birth place=Castronuovo, Sicily death place=… …   Wikipedia

  • Domenico Pignatelli di Belmonte — Styles of Domenico Pignatelli di Belmonte Reference style His Eminence Spoken style Your Eminence …   Wikipedia

  • St. Andrew Avellino —     St. Andrew Avellino     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Andrew Avellino     Born 1521 at Castronuovo, a small town in Sicily; died 10 November, 1608. His baptismal name was Lancelotto, which out of love for the cross he changed into Andrew when …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • St. Cajetan —     St. Cajetan     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Cajetan     (GAETANO.)     Founder of the Theatines, born October, 1480 at Vicenza in Venetian territory; died at Naples in 1547. Under the care of a pious mother he passed a studious and… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Counter-Reformation — Main articles: History of Christianity and History of the Catholic Church The Vulgata The council then went on to cite Sacred Tradition in support of the Vulgate s The Counter Reformation (also the Catholic Revival[1] or Catholic Reformation)… …   Wikipedia

  • Tolentini — The façade. The Chiesa di San Nicolò da Tolentino, commonly known as the Tolentini, is a church in Venice, northern Italy, the home of the Theatines order in the city. The Theatines arrived in Venice in 1527 after the Sack of Rome. The church… …   Wikipedia

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