Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminatedsort descending
S. Elisabeth S. Elizabeth 1256 1812
Agnetenberg S. Agnes(?) 1458 1812
Gevelsberg S. Mary, S. Laurentius 1230 (circa) 1812
S. Maria di Valdisasso Marche 700 (circa -- traditional date. See "Foundation Information," below), but the first known document dates from the 11th c. 1814 (circa): Supressed in the Napoleonic period, but assigned to the Capuchin Mothers (con. osservanza) in 1833, and is still extant.
Ahlen S. Mary Niedersachsen (lower Saxony), district Beckum 1468-1472 1814-16
S. Francesco delle Donne 1253 (as a female community. Male community on the site dates from earlier) 1815. Became a women's school of some kind. Currently a ceramic factory.
Heiligenrode S. Maria (Mary) 1181-1183 1816
S. Maria in Giulia Virgin Mary / Anastasius / Anne (second half of 17th century) LZ 806 1816
S. Giovanni John the Baptist 1325 or earlier 1816 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria Maddalena Mary Magdelene and the Holy Trinity Marche 1300 or earlier 1817
S. Benedetto Novello 1640 as S. Benedetto Novella; earlier a male community called S. Benedetto, and before that an older female community named S. Maria Novella. 1820 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Purissima Concepcio Catalonia 1319 1822
Geseke S. Cyriacus; Blessed Virgin Mary 946-952 (circa) 1823
Whittington's Hospital Holy Spirit / S. Mary and Michael and All Saints Middlesex 1424 1823 or later
S. Katharine by the Tower S. Catherine Middlesex 1148, refounded in 1273. 1825. It was demolished to clear the land for St. Katherine's Docks.
S. Spirito 1245 or earlier 1827 (See "Incorporated By," below)
S. Pere de les Puelles Saint Peter Catalonia 875-899 1835, but the community re-formed in a new location after the supressions of 1879.
S. Hilari de Lleida 1150 (circa) 1836
Niederschönenfeld 1241 or earlier 1842 or earlier
Fischingen Blessed Virgin Mary, S. Idda Thurgau 1138 1848
S. Clara Catalonia 1267 1850
Le Scalze Piedmont 1465 1855
S. Clara Piedmont 1298 1855
S. Caterina Umbria 1302-1327 1860
S. Benedetto (already S. Biagio) Apulia 1109 1860-1900 (circa)
S. Andrea Andrea LZ 1249 or earlier 1861
S. Annunziata 1370-71 1862 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria Annunziata Apulia 1499 (circa) 1866
S. Clara Catalonia 1249 1866
S. Maria Antica, Veterana Apulia 1097 or earlier 1866
S. Benedetto Apulia 1266 1866
S. Scolastica Apulia 800-899 (according to some histories) 1866 -- suppressed by the Italian government
S. Caterina Apulia 1300-1350 (circa) 1866 -- supressed
S. Giovanni Battista Apulia 1866, July 7
Adelhausen Bavaria (Bayern) 1245 or earlier 1867
S. Caterina 1225 1867, August 17
S. Katharinental 1230 or earlier 1869
S. Girolamo delle Poverine S. Jerome Tuscany 1382 or earlier 1869 (needs verification)
S. Silvestro in Capite de Urbe, de Capite Pope Silvester / Pope Stephen / Denis LZ 1285 1871
S. Maria della Concezione Virgin Mary LZ 1292 or earlier 1873
S. Spirito Holy Spirit LZ 1452 1873
S. Maria in Campo Marzio Virgin Mary / Gregory Nazianzus / Quirinus LZ 752 or earlier (traditionally) 1873
S. Maria Maddelena dei Pazzi in SS Incarnazione e Caio Mary Magdalene LZ 1227 or earlier 1873
S. Cecilia in Trastevere S. Cecilia Lazio 1344 or earlier 1873 (community was later restored, and is still extant)
S. Croce a Montecitorio Holy Cross LZ 1300 1874
S. Lucia in Sylice Lucy LZ 1370 1875 (needs verification)
S. Maria Maddalena 1350 or earlier 1883 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Giovanni Battista Apulia 1000 (circa) 1887
Hohenwart unknown 1074 1895
S. Maria Maddalena 1316-17 1898: The community closed temporarily between 1810 and 1814. In 1823 the nuns voted for the common life, and no new recruits were to be accepted. I 1898, only 8 nuns remained, and the monastery was purchased by Leo XIII for 15,000 scudi.

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