Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminatedsort ascending
Marienthal S. Mary 1234 still extant
Averbode circa 1134 still active
S. Maria de Vallbona Catalonia 1176 Still active
S. Daniel de Galligants Saint Daniel Catalonia 1017 Still active
Mare de Déu de la Serra Catalonia 1296 Still active
Pedralbes Virgin Mary of Pedralbes Catalonia 1326 Still active
S. Maria Magdalena Catalonia 1372 Still Active
S. Maria de Jerusalem Catalonia 1453 Still Active
S. Maria de Valldonzella Catalonia 1237, 4 November Still Active
S. Maria d'Almata i Sant Christ Catalonia 1250 Still Active
Mare de Deu dels Angels Catalonia 1240 Still Active
S. Giovanni Evangelista Apulia 1133 still active
Mar de Deu de les Neus Catalonia 1233 Still Active
Vilich Cornelius, Cyprian, Peter (dedicated in Vilich III circa 1020) circa 980 September 4, 1802
Himmelpforte (St Agnes) On August 11, 1331, the Himmelpforte church was consecrated by St. Dietrich, Bishop of the Church of Dyonisin. The church was dedicated to S. Agnes and Katharina (Zak 166). The later appended chapel contained an altar dedicated to S. Katharina, and was c. 1235 (Zak 143); it was the fifth oldest Viennese women’s house (141). September 28, 1783 (Schimmer 383)
S. Maria di Lupeto Saint Mary Tuscany 1334 or earlier see "Incorporated By," below
S. Jakob auf der Hülben 1190 On November 30, 1782, the Regierung began to consider termination of both Himmelpforte and S. Jakob. The latter convent’s life was officially ended with a decree from 18 September 1783 (Wiedemann 82).
sul magdalene of Lespinasse S. Martin Midi-Pyrenees 1114, March 6 l789
S. Giovanni di Paragnano 1362 (circa: some sources give 1389 or 1400) extant
S. Lucia 1344, July 30 Extant
Fecamp 6O 664 (circa) Destroyed circa 876; Restored around 900 for canons, later for monks.
Wareham (female) St. Mary? Dorsetshire 672 (circa) Destroyed by Danes in 876, may have been a community of nuns until 982.
Braunschweig Niedersachsen (lower saxony) before 11241 continues?
S. Maria Magdalena (Regensburg) S. Mary Magdalene; S. Klara (Clare) 1228; before 1233 continues
Heiligen Kreuz (Holy Cross) Holy Cross 1233 continues
Heiligen Kreuz (Holy Cross) Holy Cross (since 1623) 1456 continues
Engelthal Blessed Virgin Mary 1290 or earlier; 1268 continues
Boerstel S. Mary Niedersachsen, district Bersenbrueck 1244; before 1246 continues
Name unknown (Franciscan Tertiaries) S. Martha 1412 circa 1525
Petersfrauen S. Anna (<i>Chorkapelle</i>), Holy Virgin Mary (<i>Pfarrkirche/Liebfrauenkirche</i>) ca. 1110/1113 (Schellhorn (<s4599>) cites historical evidence to argue that the circumstances of St. Peter’s Abbey during the early 12th century could not have supported the founding of a dependent female community. Thus, he uses the first legitimate doc ca. 1583. The exact reason for the convent’s termination remains unclear, though seems related to secret scheming of ecclesiastical authorities. According to Schellhorn (<s4599>), the idea to raze the women’s house appeared twice prior to its occurrence
S. Maria di Nazareth della Vezza Emilia-Romagna ca. 1300
Usk S. Mary before 1135 August 29, 1536
Abbotsbury (needs verification) St. Peter 1026 or earlier According to Dubdale, the male monastery was surrendered in 1539
Ilford S. Mary; Thomas Mar Essex 1140 (circa) ?
Bradford-on-Avon Holy Trinity? 1001 ?
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S. Agnese ad duo Furna Agnes LZ 731 998-9 or earlier
S. Filippo e S Giacomo Saint Philip / Saint James Tuscany 790 990 or earlier
Caladon 6P 710 (circa) 989 or earlier
Reims (S. Pierre-le-Bas) 6G 660 (circa) 970-1000 (circa)
Pershore St. Eadburgh? 2DD 689(circa) Refounded c. 970 circa for Benedictine monks by King Edgar. 970, or possibly as early as 890
Glastonbury 959 or later 970 or later
S. Stefano presso S. Paolo Stephen LZ 600 or earlier 967 or earlier (needs verification)
Lyminge S. Mary and S. Mildred Kent 633 (circa) 964 or later.
Arluc 6S 600-630 (circa) 963 or earlier
S. Enimie 6I 500-599 (6th century) 950 or earlier, possibly 9th century. It is certain that, by 951, the community had been refounded as a male house.
Maastricht 10F 750 (circa) 950 or earlier
Homblieres 6Q 650 (circa) 949 -- house turned over to Benedictine monks