Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Regionsort descending Date Founded Date Terminated
Amiens 575 or earlier 900-999 (10th century); refounded for secular canons in 1073
Heiningen S. Mary, S. Peter and S. Paul 993-1002 (circa) 1810
S. Maria Madre di Dio 1316 or earlier
Kirschgarten Blessed Virgin Mary 1226-37 (circa) 1430 (circa) for female community; circa 1525/46 final dissolution
Charoltesbach 800 (circa) 900 (circa)
Galilaea 1472 (circa) 1811
Philanthropos Christ Philanthropos 1307
Klingental
S. Caterina 1281 or earlier
Püttrichkloster S. Christophorus 1284 1802
Frauweiler 1452 or earlier 1540 (circa)
Kemnade S. Mary (1004); Margaret (1150/60) 959-965 1579
Herford S. Mary; S. Pusinna 823 (circa -- although Schmitz-Kallenberg puts the date at c. 789) 1631; 1802
Las Huelgas Santa María la Real 1187, January 2 Still extant
S. Lucia 1326/27
Eldagsen Blessed Virgin Mary 1435 (circa) 1575; 1647 (see below)
S. Spirito 1245 or earlier 1827 (See "Incorporated By," below)
Folkestone 640 or earlier; refounded: 1095 as priory of Benedictine monks. May have been a male community by mid-9th century. 871 or after
Ridigippi 853-876
Hereford 1000 or after 1066 or after
S. Pietro di Valle Rasina
Gnadenberg S. Salvator (needs verification) 1420 (male); 1435 (female) 1563
Kloster bei der Horbruck S. Clare (Clara) 1406 or earlier 1533
Benedetta 1453 (circa)
S. Maria di Liviano 1411 -- by this date, all the nuns had died, and the community was re-incorporated into S. Pietro
Kirchheim S. John the Baptist 1400 or earlier
Schwarzach 770 (circa) 877
Fröndenberg S. Mary, S. Mauritius 1230 (circa) 1811
S. Maria Magdalena vor Schottentor Founded in 1239 by Duke Friedrich II The community was merged into S. Lorenz in 1533 after the cloister was destroyed in the 1529 Turkish siege. (Karl Czoernig, Ethnographie der Oesterreichischen monarchie, (Vienna: K.-K. Hof- und staatsdruckerei, 1857), 143)
S. Zaccaria 829 C.E.
S. Maria della Strada 1260 or earlier
Niederviehbach S. Mary; S. Augustine 1296 1803
Bedburg S. John the Baptist 1201 or earlier (see "foundation information," below) 1804
Heiligenrode S. Maria (Mary) 1181-1183 1816
Herdecke S. Mary, S. Frederuna, and S. Benedict 810-819 (circa) 1811
S. Benigno 1270 (needs verification) 1486 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Caterina de Monte Sinai 1226 1470 (See
Heilig Kreuz Holy Cross (?) 1464 (circa)
Unterzell S. Maria (Mary); S. Caecilia 1200 (circa); 1130 according to Link 1803
Böddeken S. Meinolphus; S. Mary and S. John 837 1409
Glastonbury 959 or later 970 or later
S. Antonio Abate 1406
Binderen 1231 (circa)
S. Maria Stern (S. Mary's Star) S. Anne; S. Elizabeth 1258 1802
S. Apollinare 1229 (1201 according to Bigaroni); Second mounastery built in the city in 1286. They could not build earlier because <C1460> had been prohibited by Pope Clement IV from building church or monastery in the vicinity. Honorius IV later reduced distance. 1766, but restored in 1881.
S. Maria Colomata 1297 1575
Kirchheim Blessed Virgin Mary 1267 1803
Wentheim 760 (circa) 788
Freckenhorst S. Mary, S. Peter, S. Boniface 851 (circa) 1810-11
S. Lorenz 1327 (Schimmer 412) 1783 (Schimmer 415)

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