Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Regionsort descending Date Founded Date Terminated
S. Antonio Abate 1406
Lammspringe S. Mary (872, 1138, 1335); Hadrian (872); Dionysios (mentioned 1178) 845 (circa)
Binderen 1231 (circa)
S. Maria Stern (S. Mary's Star) S. Anne; S. Elizabeth 1258 1802
S. Maria di Liviano 1411 -- by this date, all the nuns had died, and the community was re-incorporated into S. Pietro
S. Agnese 1315 1479-1494 (See "Incorporated by," below)
Kirchheim S. John the Baptist 1400 or earlier
Schwarzach 770 (circa) 877
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
S. Gertrude 1257
Bedburg S. John the Baptist 1201 or earlier (see "foundation information," below) 1804
Heiligenrode S. Maria (Mary) 1181-1183 1816
S. Maria Maddalena
S. Caterina 1225 1867, August 17
Frauenwörth Blessed Virgin Mary 770-782 (circa) 1803; refounded 1838- present
Convent of Mary Magdalene S. Mary Magdalene 1307 1537
S. Agnes S. Agnes 1250; Link places the foundation in 1151 1560
Blessed Virgin Mary
S. Maria Maddalena
S. Marien (S. Mary's) S. Mary (the convent also had altars to S. Pantaleon, Anna, and Thomas) 973 (939, according to Kramer) 1570, October 1
Glatten 1449 1554 (alternatively: 1594)
Name unknown (Franciscan Tertiaries) 1243 or earlier 1536
S. Maria Colomata 1297 1575
S. Katharina (S. Katharine) S. Katharine 1230 (circa) 1802
Kirchheim Blessed Virgin Mary 1267 1803
Wentheim 760 (circa) 788
S. Lorenz 1327 (Schimmer 412) 1783 (Schimmer 415)
Gniezno
S. Maria della Fonte fuori della Porta S. Maria 1258 or earlier 1304 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Niedernburg 739 1806
Mariengarten 1233 or earlier
Nendorf S. Mary; S. Martin (1202) 1200 (circa) 1542 (circa); certainly by 1576
Neuwerk S. Maria (S. Mary), the holy cross, S. John and S. Bartholomew 1186 1570; 1969
S. Lucia 1344, July 30 Extant
S. Annunziata 1370-71 1862 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Fläscheim S. Mary 1166 1803
Marienstuhl Blessed Virgin Mary 1259 1809
Coventry St. Osburga? 1000 or after 1043
S. Chiara 1500 or earlier
Bassum S. Victor and Mauritius (first mentioned in 1289); Mary 849-865 (circa) still extant
Gernrode Blessed Virgin Mary; S. Cyriacus; S. Matronus; S. Peter 959-961 1610
S. Johanniszelle unter Wildberg S. Mary and S. John the Evangelist 1130 (circa) 1555
S. Maria Annunziata di Monte Corneo 1340 (circa)
Ören S. Mary 650
Kentrup 1207 1808
Ochsenfurt 745 (circa) 765
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).

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