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late fifteenth cent.) Bernardinus de Busti ( 8, 05, 1513, Mallegnano) Bernardinus de Capurso (fl. 1650) Bernardinus de Crdenas (1579, La Paz-1668, Santa Cruz, Bolivia) Bernardinus de Carpentras (Bernardin de Carpentras, d. de Droit Canonique, 2 (Paris, 1937), 201-3; LTh K, I, 1229; LTh K, I, 1394; J. literature Francesca Coltrinari, Note sulla devozione di un artista del Quattrocento: una lettera di indulgenza del teologo francescano Battista da Sassoferrato allorafo Giacomo di Marino di Tolentino, Picenum Seraphicum 24 (2005), 293-309. Written and preached at the occasion of the Conventual general chapter of Assisi of the same year. Written and preached at the occasion of the general chapter of Milan of the same year and dedicated to the Conventual master general. Scripturam Exacte Collecta et in facilem Usum Studiosis ac concionatoribus Secundum Ordinem Biblicum Concinnata, 4 Vols. Sabrina Stroppa (Parma: Curia provinciale Cappuccini, 1997). Bonaventurae, ovvero Pratica della presenza di Ges Cristo Dio ed Uomo. literature: Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum S. Francisci capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Valdemiro da Bergamo, I conventi ed i cappuccini bergamaschi (Milan, 1883), 70; A. Bartholomew's Paradiso received a Latin translation in 1614 (Cologne) and a Portugese translation in 1739 (Lissabon)] Scuola del divino amore (Milan, 1609) Inventioni d'amore (Venice, 1611) [New editions in 1621, 16] L'innamoratio di Ges (Genua, 1611) [Six editions between 1611 and 626, another edition in Venice, 1664] Le sette trombe per isvegliare il peccatore a penitenza (Bergamo, 1612) [18 editions between 6, also several French editions. Marco Forlivesi, Subsidia Mediaevalia Patavina, 8 (Padua: Il Poligrafo, 2006) [An important volume with a large number of interesting essays]; Norman Wells, Masrius on Esse cognitum, in: Laudemus viros gloriosos'. 1620-1750 (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016). Histoire ecclsiastique et civile de la ville et du diocse de Metz (1716) literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 41; Sbaralea, Supplementum III, 197; Auguste Digot, 'Eloge historique du P. Was already a secular priest when he decided to join the Riformati at the San Francesco friary of Agrigento. Productive spiritual author, yet none of his works seem to have been edited. Of English descent, he entered the order in the Normandy province. manuscripts/editions Raccolta di alcune orazioni panegiriche (Genoa, 1787). This work can also be found in the 1787 editon of the Raccolta. 1714) Bernardinus de Chaimis, see: Bernardinus Caimi de Milano Bernardino della Chiesa (1644, Venice - 1721, Linqing) Bernardinus de Colpatrazzo (25, 11, 1514 - 1594, Aquasparta) Bernardinus de Condom (Bernardin de Condom, d. Baptista Varani (Battista Varani/Camille Varani, 1458-1524) Beata (1843) Poor Clare. It amounts to a history of Milan from the Insubri to Sforza rule. Colonna and written in the context of the general chapter of Rome (1568). Francisci Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Domenico da Montecuccolo, Un insigne teologo cappuccino, Frate Francesco 6 (1928), 103-104; A. Latin edition in 1620 (Freiburg in Breisgau), English translation in 1628] Porta della salute (Turin, 1621) [confession manual for the lay believer. Benoit Picart', Mmoires de la Socit Royale des Sciences (...) de Nancy (1844), 116-208; E. Benot de Toul, tudes franciscaines 41 (1929), 270-293, 392-415; A. After a career in various French provinces, he died at Alenon on . manuscripts/editions Homo Sensatus, Secundum Illa Verba: Homo Sensatus Credit Legi Dei et Lex Illi Fidelis literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 40; Pellegrino da Forli, Annali dellordine dei frati minori cappuccini (Milan, 1884) III, 562-564; A. Triennium Philosophicum, 2 Vols.: MS Voltri, Biblioteca dei Cappuccini (unnumbered manuscript? literature Johannes Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1852), 15; F. 1664) Bernardinus de Inurrigarro (Bernardino de Inurrigarro, fl. late 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Manlleu (Bernardino de Manlleu/Manlieu, 1585-1645) Bernardinus de Montolmo (1492-1565) Bernardinus de Nuceria (Bernardino da Nocera, d. 1716) Bernardinus de Rechanato (late fifteenth century) Bernardinus de Reggio (`Giorgio', ca. 1652) Bernardinus Gandensis (Bernardus van Gent/Jakob de Caesteker, d. second half 17 cent.) Bernardinus Senensis (1380-1444) Bernardinus Siculus (Bernardino Siculo, fl. 1425) Bernardus de Castelvetere (Luciano Ferraro, 1708-1756) Bernardus de Castrogiovanni (d. 1719) Bernardus de Jesu Escamilla (Bernardo de Jess Escamilla, fl. her best-known work is a spiritual treatise entitled Dolori mentali di Ges nella sua Passione (1488). Entered Capuchin order in the Bologna province in 1631. To this purpose he wrote a complete Cursus of philosophy and theology on the basis of the works of Bonaventure. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Bernardino de Armellada in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. He also published John Duns Scotus Liber Primus Lecturae Parisiensis sive Reportatorum Scoti (Bologna, 1478) and an introductory work to Scotus commentary on the second book of the Sententiae, namely the Opusculum or the Ianua Scoti. Jean-Franois Kosta-Thfaine, AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 28 (AMS Press, 2009), 233-248; Franciszek M. [on Benedict of Poland and his legate journey to the Mongol Khan]. Tertia Beatitudo est Luctus cui promittitur Consolatio vera. 1476-1535) Bernardinus de Sahagn (1499, Sahagn - 1590, Mexico) Bernardinus de Saluzzo (1638-1710) Bernardinus de Sancto Angelo in Vado (Bernardino de Sant Angelo in Vado/Bernardino Franceschini, d. 1732) Bernardinus Gonzalez (Bernardino Gonzlez, fl. early 16th cent.) Bernardinus Silvestris (second half 17th century) Bernardinus Surius (fl. 1668) Bernardus Antonius Gassmann (Polychronius, 1740-1821) Bernardus Bernardi (Bernardo Bernardi, 1687-1758) Bernardus Dappens (fl. early 18 cent.) Bernardus de Minervo (Bernardo di Minervo da Lecce, d. This work is regarded as one of the master-pieces of Franciscan ascetical writings. Later we find him in the Capuchin province of Parma (which was split off from the Bologna province by 1679). Was particularly successful as a teacher of theology to young Capuchin friars (for ca. Tried to turn Bonaventure into the teacher of the order, by linking him to Scotus and Thomas of Aquino. Aleksander Horowski, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 89 (Rome: Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2009), 533-584. Rosinski, Franciszkanska legacja papieska z udzialem Polaka u Wielkiego Chana, in: Observare Evangelium. Benedictus Sinigardi (Benedetto Sinigardi Aretino) First provincial minister of the Holy Land province literature Jeryldine M. De duodecim Fructibus Spiritus Christi et Ligni Vitae. 18th cent.) Bertholdus Kule (late fourteenth-early fifteenth century? 1426) Blasius Hidalgus de Morali (Blas Hidalgo de Moreales, d. 1680) Bonaventura Belleni (later 16th cent.) Bonaventura Belluto (1600-1676) Bonaventura Beretta (1594-1687) Bonaventura Bisi (1612-1659) Bonaventura Brochard (fl. 1515) Bonifatius de Luri (Bonifacio da Luri/Giuseppe Bernardi, d. seventeenth cent.) Brechtius/Brechtus/Brechtanus, see: Livinus Brechtius (letter L) Bricius Rennensis (Brictius/Brice de Rennes, d. Moreover it resembles in its reach the more famous Summa aurea of the canonist Heinrich von Segusio (Hostiensis). literature Analecta Franciscana 1 (Quaracchi, 1885), 1-19; Chronica Fratris Jordani, ed. Boehmer, Collection dtudes et de documents, VI (Paris, 1908), lxvii & 1; Bertrandus Kurtscheid, De studio iuris canonici in ordine fratrum minorum saeculo XIII, Antonianum 2 (1927), 174-182.; CF 5, p. Matthias Thumser & Janusz Tandecki, Publikationen des Deutsch-Polnischen Gesprchskreises fr Quellenedition, 2 (Torun, 2003), 271-306; Volker Honemann, Das mittelalterliche Schrifttum der Franziskaner der Schsischen Ordensprovinz unter besonderer Bercksichtigung deutschsprachiger Zeugnisse, in: Geschichte der Schsischen Franziskanerprovinz, 1: Von den Anfngen bis zur Reformation, ed. Balthasar de Sancto Josepho (Baltasar de San Jos y Pea, fl. (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) III, 495f; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Both of these editions are accessible via Google Books. Missionary in the Philippines and bishop of Nueva Cceres. literature AIA 28 (1968), 195-196; Jos Simn Daz, Bibliografa de la literatura hispnica, 11 Vols. 4208; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. There still is some doubt concerning the authenticity of this work.] literature M. Genevive 1029 [Provencal]; Wolfenbttel HAB, 1.5.3.1 Aug. His main publication is De geestelijke palmboom, 12 Vols. He was, for instance, vicar at Eeklo and Diksmuiden (Dixmude), spiritual director and confessor (a.o. Made a career as a lector, guardian, definitor, custos and provincial. 112a-114c (dopo 1450) [Inc.: Volavit ad me unus de seraphim. Iesus Nazarenus crucifixus rex Iudeorum fratres carissimi; Expl.: In hac vita gratiam et fidem. ) Bertholdus Ratisponensis (Berthold von Regensburg, ca. seventeenth cent.) Blasius Caleron (Blas Caldern, fl. 1760) Blasius de Bononia [de Barbaria] (later thirteenth-early fourteenth century) Blasius de Buiza (Blasio de Buiza/Buyza, fl. after 1385) Blasius de Manzanares (Blas de Manzanarez, fl. 1646) Boari Gregorius de Marrara (1745-1817), see: Gregorius Boaru (letter G) Bonafortuna, see: Bonaventura Parisiensis Bonagratia Bergamensis (Bonagrazia Boncortese/da Bergamo, ca. 16 cent.) Bonaventura Bruxellensis (Bonaventure de Bruxelles/Bonaventura van Brussel/Speeckaert, 1570-1633) Bonaventura Colombo (fl. after 1770) Bonifatius de Cerva (Ceva/Bonaventura Gallus?? yet Balduin seems to have elaborated his materials independently. Volker Honemann (Paderborn: Ferdinand Schningh, 2015), 660-661. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 5 ) Spanish friar from Belmonte. Hailed by Francisco Vzquez for his homiletic and theological prowess. late 17th cent.) Probably a creole friar who took the habit in Guatemala in 1678. literature AIA 28 (1927), 350-363; Raimundo Prez y Sosa, Un buen libro del siglo XVI. Pascucci, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Macerata, 1680); Vicenzo da Porto S. for the Urbanist Poor Clares of Ghent and tertiary sisters) etc. editions Histoire de lglise de Notre-Dame de Saint Sauveur, en laquelle fut fond et establi le couvent des Pres capucins, lan 1592. Known for his commentary on the Third order rule and for his hagiographical biography of the Unterwalden hermit Nikolaus von Flue. 1300) literature AFH, 17 (1924), 335 manuscripts Sermo de Bonaventura: MS Napoli, Biblioteca Naz. Amen.] literature Manoscritti francescani della Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, ed. Cenci (Napoli 1971), II, 774 Bernardinus Amicus (Bernardino Amico, fl. Tractatus de Spiritu Sancto et de Inspirationibus [six sermons, composed between 14] Edited in: S.

1527-1590) Bernardus de Pampeluna (Bernardo de Pamplona, d. 1300) Bernardus Genuensis (Bernardo di Genova/Strozzi/Il Cappuccino Genovese, d. early 17th cent.) Bernardus Lavandera (Bernardo Lavandeira, fl. 1770) Bernardus Maria de Canicatti (Bernardo-Maria da Canicati, d. literature Manuel Castro y Castro, Lenguas indigenas transmitidas por los Franciscanos del S. Baptista de Salis (Baptista Trovamala de Salis, after 1494) Born in Piemonte and member of the Observantist province of Genua. In 1483 he completed in Levanto a Summa Casuum conscientiae (Baptistiana), a manual for confessors. In 1489 he came with a completely revised version, the Rosella Casuum (also known as the Summa Rosella), printed in Venice. Babbini, Tre `summa casuum' composte da tre francescani piemontesi della provincia di Genova Studi Francescani 78 (1981) 163-165. After the death of the latter, she composed in July 1491 the Del felice transito del beato Pietro da Mogliano, relating Pietros last weeks and saintly death. 52r-151r) of the same library for excerpts; Krakw, Jagell. 39-79, 85-90 [Fragments of books IV, VIII, IX]; Krakw, Jagell. Entered the religious life as a Franciscan novice at Ypres (Ieper) in 1670 in Flanders. [Feria sexta et Dominica X post Diem Pentecostes] VI, 320-331. 1739) Bernardus de Parma, see: Bernardus de Carpo Bernardus de Pesaro (Bernardo da Pesaro/Bernardo Emiliani, d. 1834) Bernardus Maria de Lantiano (Bernardo-Maria di Lanciano Valera/Bernardo-Maria da Giugliano, 1711-1783) Bernardus Maria Giacco (Bernardo M. early 17 Balduinus Brandeburgensis (Balduin von Brandenburg, fl. editions Theatro de los dioses de la gentilidad (Salamanca: Antonia Ramirez, 1620). Primera parte del teatro de los dioses de la gentilidad (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1676)/Primera parte del Theatro de los dioses de la gentilidad (...) Aora nuevamente corregido (Madrid: Juan de Ariztia, 1738). Sent a letter of complaint to King Philip III concerning the abuses of the givernment of Gonzalo Mndez de Caizo. Lpez, Cuatro cartas sobre las misiones de la Florida, Archivo Ibero-Americano 1 (1914), 362-364. XVII, in: Los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVII), La Rbida, 18-23 septiembre de 1989 (Madrid: Editorial Deimos, 1992), 439. Published several sermon collections (Sermoni (1519) and Problemi (1522)) for the use of preachers. literature AIA 27 (1927), 83-86; AIA 15 (1955), 387-389; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. These works were reprinted and widely used far into the 16th century. Rosella Casuum [= expanded re-issue of the Summa Casuum] (Pavia: Franciscus Girandengus & Johannes Antonius Birretta, 1489; Venice: Georgius Arrivabene, 1489 & 1495) The edition of 1495 has also been published as an electronic edition: Graz, Akad. editions All her works have been edited in: Le opere spirituali della Beata Battista Varani, ed. Santoni (Camerino, 1894); Beata Battista Varano, ed. In 11680, the general of the order Joseph Ximenes Samaniego asked for several friars from Flanders to introduce Recollect reforms in Naples. Tractatus de Octo Beatitudinibus Evangelicis [nine sermons, composed between 1441- and 1443] Edited in: S. Primo Beatitudo est Paupertas Spiritus quae Beatitudinem parit. 1706) Bernardus de Portomauritio (Bernardo da Portomaurizio/Bernardo Lanteri, 1567-1614) Bernardus de Portomauritio (Bernardo da Portomaurizio/Bernardo da Acquarone, 1618-1684) Bernardus de Quintavalle, see my section on vita & miracula Bernardus de Salisburgo (Bernhardt von Salzburg/Bernhardt Zehenter, 1640-1704) Bernardus de Sancto Florentino (Bernard de Saint-Florentin, fl. Giacco, 1672-1744) Bernardus Maria Neapolensis (Bernardo-Maria da Napoli/Cioffi da Napoli, d. mid 17th cent.) Bernardus Ribas (Bernard Ribas, fl. late thirteenth cent.) German friar, who might have studied in Magdeburg (Ertl) and apparently also spent some years at the Franciscan studium of Paris. Both of these editions are accessible via Google Books. These collections circulated widely, not only in conventual, but also in capuchin circles. Avesani, Alessandri Caio Baldassare Olimpo da Sassoferrato, DBI II, 162-166. editions: Summa Casuum Conscientiae (Novi Ligure: Nicolaus Girardengus, 1484; Nrnberg: Anthonius Koberger, 1488; Speyer: Peter Drach, 1488) [See also: Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke III. Venanzio della Vergiliana, Biblioteca dei Santi (Milan, 1926). Among the individual works, we can single out: I dolori mentali di Ges nell sua Passione (Naples, 1490/Milan, 1515/etc.) [This work, written in 1488, deals with Battistas visions and revelations, through which she had received from Jesus Christ an insight in the sorrows of Christs heart. Benignus was enthrusted with the coordination of this endeavour, which apparently did not succeed. Bernardini Senensis Opera Omnia () Studio et Cura Patrum Collegii S. (Ad Claras Aquas/ Quaracchi, 1950-1965), Volume VI. De Excellentia et Dignitate Beatitudinum Evangelicarum et de Sufficienti Numero et Ordine Praedictarum. 1707) Bernardus Maria Neapolensis (Bernardo-Maria da Napoli, Giacco da Napoli, 1672-1744) Bernardus Neapolensis (Bernardo da Napoli/Bernardo Scarpitto/Bernardo da Capece-Minutolo, d. early 18th cent.) Bernardus Sannig Bernardus Strozzi (1581-1644) Bernardus Scarlatti (Bernardo Scarlatti, d. Nave, Bruno da Osimo un artista francescano, Frate Francesco n.s. Author of the Summa Titulorum super Decretalibus Gregorii IX (finished by 1270), which to some extent resembles the work of Heinrich von Merseburg, and was used by the friar that compiled the second supplement to Heinrichs Summa. 185; Thomas Ertl, Kanonistik als angewandte Wissenschaft. Gustav Pfeiffer (Vienna-Munich, 2002), 9-37; Thomas Ertl, Balduin von Brandenburg und seine Summe zum Liber Extra. editions Lminent privilge de la trs saincte Mre de Dieu, quil a prserve du pch originel en son Immacule Conception, 2 Vols. Les justes louanges de la trs auguste mre de Dieu, appuyes sur lauthorit des SS. Lincomparable pit des trs chrestiens roys de France et les admirables prrogatives quelle a mrites leurs Majestez, tant pour leur royaume en gnral, que pour leurs personnes sacres en particulier, 2 Vols. literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum ordinis Sancti Francisci capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 35; Eduard d Alenon, Bibliotheca Mariana Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1910), 10; A. Segunda parte del Teatro de los Dioses de la Gentilidad (Madrid: Juan de S. See also: Battista da Varano, Opere Spirituali, ed. I dolori had a considerable impact on the devoton to the sorrows of the Sacred Heart in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries.] I Ricordi di Ges [A work in which Christ lists all the spiritual gifts granted to Battista from her birth onwards, in which he exhorts her to meditate on the Passion, to prepare for the spiritual tribulations that she will have to endure in the future, and in which he teaches her the ways to arrive at a perfect union with God.] La condotta della vita spirituale [An autobiography (1491) in which Battista describes for her confessor her spiritual journey between her eighteenth and thirty-third year.] Le istruzioni al discepolo [A manual written for a disciple, in which Battista teaches what should be done to arrive at a life of evangelical perfection. Saudreau, La pit travers les ges (Antwerp-Paris, 1927), 540-543] Dichiarazione fatta sopra i capitoli della regola delle Sore Povere dell Ordine di S. After his fellow flemish friars had returned to Belgium, Benignus stayed for two years in Italy, working with the successor of Wadding, father Harold, and doing research in a number of Italian friaries. 1496) Bernat, see: Bernardus Bertholdus de Wiesbaden Berthold Hipp (fl. third quarter 17 cent.) Bonaventura Armengual (Buenaventura Armengual, d. 1809) Bonaventura Barberini (30, 10, 1674, Ferrara - 15, 10, 1743, Ferrara) Bonaventura Baronius (Bartholomew Baron, 1610-ca. 1799) Bonifatius de Stephanis (Bonifazio Stivanic/Drakoliza/Ragusina, d. 1340/1341) Bonitius Combasson Bonitius de Augusta Treverorum (Bonitius von Trier, d. second half thirteenth century) Bothale (late 13th century) Branca (eind 13e eeuw) Brancati de Lauria (fl. Balduinus work is substantially longer that the Summa of Heinrich. Balduin von Brandenburg und der Streit um die Brandenburger Bischofswahl, in: Handschriften, Historiographie und Recht. Autor Genese Gedanken zur Edition, in: Quellenvielfalt und editorische Methoden, ed. Taught philosophy as well as biblical and doctrinal theology in the orders schools and took up the charge of provincial minister. Teetaert, Balthasar de Riez, DHGE VI, 428-9; Lexicon Capuccinum, 166. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 72. Vicente, 1657)/Segunda parte del Theatro de los dioses de la gentilidad (...) Aora nuevamente corregido (Madrid: Juan de Ariztia, 1738). Chiara [A spiritual commentary on the Rule of Clare.] Trattato della purit di cuore [Describes the various stages and degrees through which the soul or the heart arrives at the summit of mystical union.] Considerazioni divote sopra la Passione di N. Ges Cristo [Sixteen meditations on the physical sufferings of Christ during his Passion. After his return to Belgium, Benignus began to write a number of works based on his research. Benignus also fulfilled several administrative and spiritual charges.

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