Rosminians


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see Rosmini-Serbati, AntonioRosmini-Serbati, Antonio
, 1797–1855, Italian theologian. Ordained a priest in 1821, he attempted to establish a philosophical system based on Roman Catholicism but incorporating modern political and social ideas.
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They raised [euro]620 and Lord Mayor Micheal Mac Donncha unveiled the plaque at St Joseph's Rosminians, Drumcondra, where he was buried in a mass grave in 1981 after his death at 74.
The religious order who runs the co-educational secondary school, St Joseph's, the Rosminians, refuse to accept girls as they say they are not getting the resources from the Department of Education and Science.
The 19th-century priest, philosopher, theologian, Italian nationalist, and founder of two Catholic religious orders--the Institute of Charity, whose members are known as Rosminians, and the Sisters of Divine Providence--was also a person of great learning and sanctity.
As a result, writes Rosminian Father David McClaurin in The Tablet, after Rosmini's death in 1855, "his posthumously published works were picked over," and, "in what must surely be one of church history's most shameless acts of character assassination," a set of "Forty Propositions," taken out of the context of Rosmini's writings and thought, were condemned as heretical by the Holy Office--the predecessor to the CDF--and Rosmini's collected works were banned from Catholic teaching.
The latest reviews cover eight male orders including the Jesuits, Rosminians, and Capuchins, as well as 35 femal t ed le orders.
Both the Jesuits and Rosminians have apologised to those abused in their care.
The oldest parts of the school building were built by religious order the Rosminians. The Rosminian Provincial Father David Myers will be joined by a number of other priests with links to the school for the mass.
ST PATRICK'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, UPTON, CO CORK RUN by the Rosminians who imposed a harsh regime.