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Sempringham and St. Gilbert and the Gilbertines

Eric W. Iredale

Sempringham and St. Gilbert and the Gilbertines

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Published by E.W. Iredale in Pointon, Lincolnshire .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gilbert, of Sempringham, Saint, 1083?-1189.,
  • Gilbertines.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. iv).

    Other titlesSempringham and Saint Gilbert and the Gilbertines
    StatementEric W. Iredale.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4700.G65 I74 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 170 p. :
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1494202M
    ISBN 100951966200
    LC Control Number93168538
    OCLC/WorldCa39982100


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: Saint Gilbert of Sempringham. St. Gilbert of Sempringham: CONTENTS PREFACE vii INTRODUCTION I I. EARLY YEARS 4 II. DAWN OF VOCATION 17 III. IN THE BISHOP'S Pages: Saint Gilbert of Sempringham’s Story. Gilbert was born in Sempringham, England, into a wealthy family, but he followed a path quite different from that expected of him as the son of a Norman knight.

Sent to France for his higher education, he decided to pursue seminary : Franciscan Media. Saint Gilbert of Sempringham, Gilbert also spelled Guilbert, (born c.Sempringham, Lincolnshire, Eng.—died Feb. 4,Sempringham; canonized ; feast day February 4, feast day in Northampton and Nottingham February 16), English priest, prelate, and founder of the Ordo Gilbertinorum Canonicorum or Ordo Sempringensis (Order of Gilbertine.

Founded by St. Gilbert, about the yearat Sempringham, Gilbert's native place, where he was then parish wish originally had been to found a monastery, but finding this impossible, he gave a rule of life to the seven young women whom as children he had taught at Sempringham.

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This was the near mythical monastery of Saint-Gilbert-Entre-les-Loups. The home of two dozen cloistered, contemplative monks. Who had built their abbey as far from.

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Gilbert of Sempringham are said to have been established in A.D. although the actual foundation as early as A.D. others as late as A.D. Gilbert, the founder, was Rector of Sempringham and composed his rule from those of St. Austin and St.

The book consists of all the documents relating to the canonization of St Gilbert of Sempringham (died ), and provides the principal material for the early history of the. Sempringham is noted as the home of Gilbert of Sempringham, the son of the lord of the manor.

Gilbert is the only English Saint to have founded a monastic order, the y: England. Pope Eugene then appointed Gilbert as the first Master of the Order of Sempringham or Gilbertines. Gilbert returned to England inand completed the order, by appointing canons.

The Book of St Gilbert was written by a canon of the Order of Sempringham and is presented here in its first, full, critical edition.

It contains all the documents of the canonization process of St Gilbert 4/5(1). GILBERT OF SEMPRINGHAM, ST, founder of the Gilbertines, the only religious order of English origin, was born at Sempringham in Lincolnshire, c.

He was educated in France, and ordained inbeing presented by his father to the living of Sempringham. Gilbert of Sempringham and the Gilbertines: a history of the only English monastic order / by: Graham, Rose, b. Published: () Gilbert of Sempringhan and the Gilbertine Order, c. / by: Golding, Brian.

Published: () The Book of St Gilbert. Around Jocelin of Sempringham replaced that Saxon building with a new church dedicated to St Andrew. Jocelin had a son named Gilbert and it is this Gilbert of Sempringham whose name will forever be associated with the site. St Gilbert.

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