Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Regionsort descending Date Founded Date Terminated
Lindau (Tertiaries) 1238 or earlier 1528
Frauenwörth Blessed Virgin Mary 770-782 (circa) 1803; refounded 1838- present
S. Galgano 1290 1412 (See "Incorporated By," below) The community became the College of Arte della Lana, then later a tannery in 1792.
Holzen 1150 (circa) 1802
Oberschönenfeld Blessed Virgin Mary 1200 (circa); some time between 1186-1248 1803; reestablished in 1836- continues
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
Kecharitomene Mother of God Kecharitomene, "Full of Grace" 1000-1104
S. Angelo di Panzo 1233 or earlier
Maria Medingen Ascension of Mary (Maria Himmelfahrt) 1246 1542-1615 (female); 1803 (final dissolution)
Aschersleben Blessed Virgin Mary 1267 (circa) 1525 (circa)
S. Katharina (S. Katharine) S. Katharine 1230 (circa) 1802
S. Agnes 1221 1799
S. Margherita 1150 (circa) 1409 (see
S. Lorenzo di Collazone 1235 (April 21-May 25) 1248: Pope Innocent IV conceded to the nuns the right to build a new monastery (<C2748>) because of military incursions.
Marienborn Blessed Virgin Mary 1230-44 1803
S. Maria in Trastevere 1223-1228
Convent of the White Women of the Penitential Order of Mary Magdalene 1229
Abbotsbury (needs verification) St. Peter 1026 or earlier According to Dubdale, the male monastery was surrendered in 1539
S. Maria de Monteluce 1222, Sept. 20 (other sources claim October 28, 1258)
S. Katharine S. Katherine (?) 1297 1677
S. Agnes S. Agnes 1270 1542; 1802/3, final dissolution
Fläscheim S. Mary 1166 1803
S. Maria di Valverde 1302 (See "Incorporated By," below)
Niederschönenfeld 1241 or earlier 1842 or earlier
Bassum S. Victor and Mauritius (first mentioned in 1289); Mary 849-865 (circa) still extant
Nonnberg (Nunberg, Nonberg) Abbey Mary of the Assumption, S. Erentrude ca. 714
S. Stefano 1573 or earlier
Kühbach S. Magnus 1011 1803
Andernach S. Stephan (since circa 400); Blessed Virgin Mary, S. Thomas Becket (since 1482/3) 1129 1794
Ören S. Mary 650
Averbode circa 1134 still active
S. Giovanni di Paragnano 1362 (circa: some sources give 1389 or 1400) extant
S. Maria Maddalena 1265
Marienbrunn S. Mary (?) 1223 1802
S. Maria del Feriale 1256 or earlier 1448 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Sion 1215 (circa); 1238, according to McDonnell.
S. Rocco 1295
S. Agnes S. Agnes (?) 1264 1644
Königshofen an der Heide S. Mary (Maria) 1422 1478, female; (1495) male
Elsey S. Mary, S. Sebastian 1223 or earlier; 1378 (women only) 1808-1811
S. Cecilia 1280 or earlier
Höhnscheid S. Anthony (needs verification) 1235 1468 (female); 1529 (final dissolution)
Marburghausen S. John the Baptist (currently) 1236-7 1580-1582 (circa)
S. María de Piasca Virgin Mary 941, June 11 1075-1979 (See "Incorporated By," below)
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. Quirico 1402 (circa)
S. Magdalena S. Mary Magdalene 1240 1279 (female)
Amtenhausen S. Sebastian (since 1300), later S. George, S. Fabian, and S. Lawrence 1111 (circa) 1806
Pfalzel 700 (circa) 1016; refounded as male house
S. Giorgio 1070

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