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Theatines:

see Cajetan, SaintCajetan, Saint
, 1480–1547, Italian churchman and reformer. Son of the count of Thiene, he studied civil and canon law, but abandoned work as a jurist at the papal court to become a priest.
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'When Legazpi died, his successor Guido de Lavezares wrote to the King of Spain, asking that other religious orders, such as the Franciscans, Theatines [Jesuits] and Dominicans be sent to Filipinas instead of Augustinians,' Alvarez said, stressing that the Augustinian provincial's principle had already started a tension between the Church and the civil authorities.
The Theatines, based in Rome, were the first papal Order to found missions in foreign lands, notably in Asia.
It is not astonishing, therefore, that Cajetan's definition was later adopted by all theologians inclined toward leniency, including the Neapolitan and Sicilian Theatines, Marco Palescandolo (1542-1622), (36) and Antonio Diana (1585-1663), (37) the Sienese Augustinian, Celestino Bruno (d.
Why did some nobles (even whole families), for example, tend to patronize the Jesuits as opposed to the Theatines, for instance?
In this oil, which illustrates a vision of Cajetan of Thiene (founder of the Congregation of the Theatines in 1524), a nearly incandescent Infant Jesus illuminates the face of the young Virgin as she hands her child to the saint.
Ursula to the Theatines, Barnabites, and Somaschi, and their influence in turn on the Jesuits, than their impact on the secular clergy per se.
Neither monks nor friars, the Theatines first, then the Barnabites, Somaschi, Jesuits, and others responded to ecclesial needs in a time of turbulent reformation.
82 This was particularly true of those collections compiled by members of Tridentine Orders like the Jesuits and the Theatines: Sodano, "Miracoli e Ordini religiosi nel Mezzogiorno d'Italia", pp.
For an in-depth study of a precise aspect of the Reformation, Fordham University Press have published a book of essays edited by Richard DeMolen; Religious Orders of the Reformation ($30), focuses on the religious communities that were founded between 1524, when the Theatines arose, and 1621, when the Piarists were recognised by the papacy as a religious order.