Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminatedsort ascending
S. Jacopo in via Ghibellina Saint James Tuscany 1300 or earlier (needs verification) 1601
Chamalieres 6C 665 (circa) 1600-1699 (17th century)
Irnaide Tyrone 739 or earlier 1600-1680 (circa)
S. Nazzaro dei Burgondi Piedmont 982 or earlier (see "Early Documents," below) 1600 or earlier
Konigslutter S. Peter; S. Paul Braunschweig 1135 1600 circa
Manuel WLO 1164 or earlier 1599
S. Maria Assunta Saint Mary of the Assumption Tuscany 1364 or earlier 1598 or later (needs verification)
Frauenalb Blessed Virgin Mary 1180 1598 / 1803
S. Maria Piedmont 1200-1230 (circa) 1597 (June 13) -- see "Incorporated By," below.
S. Mary Magdalene Mary Magdalene Suffolk 1267 or earlier 1596 or later
S. Caterina Piedmont 1342 1596 (October 17) -- see "Incorporated By," below.
S. Caterina della Picaia 1259 1595 (See
Onze Mil Verges Catalonia 1344 1594
S. Maria de Montalegre Catalonia 1200 (circa) 1593 - nuns were prohibited from admitting novices when they refused to accept Tridentine claustration rules. The community was converted into the Serminari Tridentí, while the two remaining canonesses went to two other communities.
Weiler Blessed Virgin Mary (church); S. John the Apostle (convent) 1230 1592
Wechterswinkel The Holy Trinity and S. Margaret, S. Mary (by 1150); currently S. Cosmas and Damian 1143 (circa) 1592
S. Agata Piedmont 1144 (circa) 1591/1802 (see "Order," below)
Cell Adrochtae Sligo 400 or later (needs verification) 1591
Ard Carna Saint Mary Roscommon 1144 or later 1590
S. Maria de Vallsanta Catalonia 1237 1589, May 13, due to the fact that only 3 nuns remained at the time.
S. Clara Catalonia 1369 1589
Mittelmünster S. Paul 983 1588
North Berwick East Lothian 1150 (circa) 1587-8
Inis Medhon Mayo 1223 or later 1587 (circa -- needs verification)
Name unknown (La Rapita) Catalonia 1290 1587
S. Eufemia al Vico Patricio Euphemia LZ 806 or earlier 1585 or later
Cell Eóin Saint John the Baptist Clare 1189 (circa) 1584 or earlier
Marienbronn Blessed Virgin Mary 1000 (circa) 1584
S. Ulrich 1350 1583
S. Clara Catalonia 1383 1582
Kreuztal S. Mary (Blessed Virgin Mary) 1237-1243 1582
S. Nicolau de Camprodon Catalonia 1283 or earlier 1581, because of low population. For remaining nuns, see "Incorporated by," below.
Marburghausen S. John the Baptist (currently) 1236-7 1580-1582 (circa)
Aglaien-sisterhood 1391 1580 (circa)
Kemnade S. Mary (1004); Margaret (1150/60) 959-965 1579
Wilberghaus 1439 (circa) 1579
S. Michele Saint Michael Tuscany 1110 1579
S. Maria Vecchia Piedmont 1577: Bishop Ippolito Rossi wanted to enlarge the episcopal palace, so he supressed the house and transferred the nuns, along with the body of S. Onora, to S. Maria delle Caccie.
Heiligenthal Blessed Virgin Mary 1234 1577-1579
Berich S. Lawrence; S. Katherine (Laurentius; Katharina) 1196 1577
Eldagsen Blessed Virgin Mary 1435 (circa) 1575; 1647 (see below)
S. Girolamo sulla Costa Saint Jerome Tuscany 1373 or earlier 1575 or later
S. Maria Colomata 1297 1575
S. Maria del Ponte 1370 or earlier 1573 or later
S. Maria Cantofiume Virgin Mary / John the Baptist/ S. Giovanni Calibita ( church acquired 1381 then dedicated to both Johns) LZ 1300 or earlier 1573 -- property given to male monastery
S. Pietro Piedmont 1127 1573 (see "Incorporated By," below).
Würzburg, Augustinian Canonesses Germany, Bavaria 1460 or earlier 1572 (circa)
S. Agata Piedmont 1262 1571: transferred to the monastery S. Caterina della Ruota
S. Katharina S. Katherine (needs verification); S. Mary Magdalene; S. Margaret 1300 (circa) 1571 (circa)
Neuwerk S. Maria (S. Mary), the holy cross, S. John and S. Bartholomew 1186 1570; 1969

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