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1651) Bernardinus de Corbera (1581-1652) Bernardinus de Cuneo (Bernardino da Cuneo, d. Daughter of the Prince of Camerino (Giuglio Caesario de Varano). De felicitate Urbis Florentiae oratio (Bologna, 1565). Bartolomeo used a large number of Greek and Latin sources, notably Orosius and Eusebius to elaborate on the role of providence in the history of Rome, and to call on heretics and schismatics to return to the Church. Teetaert, Barberi, DHGE VI, 639-640; Lexicon Capuccinum, 174; H. Latin translation in Cologne, 1627] Lo scrupuloso (Rome, 1620) Lettere spirituali (Rome, 1629) Poetry: Alfabeto del divino amore (Venice, 1609/1622); Praticello del divino amore (Venice, 1611/1621); Musa spirituale (Venice, 1611); Conforto del peccatore (Pavia, 1620/Venice, 1621/Rome, 1628); Vita dell'anima (Rome, 1614) [and 5 subsequent editions until 1673] A complete edition of his works was published as: Opere spirituali del R. Teetaert, Benoit de Toul, DHGE VIII, 265-269; Lexicon Capuccinum, 195; Benedictus Gaeta (Benedetto Gaeta, ca. Teetaert, Benoit Gualdinus, DHGE VIII, 210-211; Benedictus Genuensis (Benedetto de Barbieri, d. Molfino, Cappuccini liguri (Genoa, 1909), 32; Francesco Zaverio, I cappuccini Genovesi, I: Note biografiche (Genoa, 11912), 24; A. Benedictus Polonus (mid 13th cent.) Travel companion of Giovanni di Pian Carpine (Johannes de Plano Carpini) on the journey to Mongolia in 1245.

1704) Bernardinus de Fossa, see: Bernardinus Aquilani Bernardinus de Hungaria (Bernardino di Ungaro, d. 1726) Bernardinus de Laredo (1482, Sevilla - 1540, Sevilla) Bernardinus de Madrid (Bernardino de Madrid, fl. mid 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Pontremoli (Bernardino Campi/Bernardino da Pontremoli, d. late fifteenth century) Bernardinus Jimnez (Bernardino Jimnez, fl. second half 14th cent.) Bernardus de Incarnatione (Bernardo de la Encarnacin, d. Battista was renowned for her ascetical lifestyle, her exuberant Passion devotion and her devotion towards the Sacred Heart. She also elaborates on the methods and significance of contemplation in the road towards mystical union. Oratio ad Populum Romanum in comitiis generalibus habita (Milan, 1567). I (Rome, 1908), 117; Bernardino da Colpetrazzo, Historia ordinis fratrum minorum capuccinorum (Assisi, 1940) II, 168; Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum Ord. capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Boverio, Annales Ordinis minorum capuccinorum (1525-1612) (Lyon, 1632) I, 848; J. Odoardi, I francescani minori conventuali al concilio di Trento', in: Il concilio di Trento 3:1 (1947), 41; Lexicon Capuccinum, 174-175; Nicola Raponi, 'Baffi, Bartolomeo', Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani 5 (1963) [ ], with additional references; Bartholomaeus Barbieri (Bartolomeo Barbieri da Castelvetro/Castrovetro, 1, 01, 1615 - 24, 08, 1697) OFMCap. Andrea Maggioli & Pietro Maranesi, Bibliotheca Seraphico-Capuccina, 55 (Rome, 1998) [with ca. La Theologia mistica bonaventuriana compilata da Bartolomeo da Castelvetro: dictus liber non imprimatur nec restituatur, in: Religioni e doctrina. Defended the immaculate conception at the Franciscan general chapter of Ferrara (1472). Bandello, Liber Recollectarius de Veritate Conceptionis B. Bartolomeo also was involved with a revised re-issue of the famous Summa Astesana (Venice, 1478 /Lyon, 1519). Premire dition complte publie d'Aprs les manuscrits de Leyde, de Paris, et de Londres, cur. d'Avezac (Paris, 1838), Appendix: De Itinere Fratrum Minorum ad Tartaros quae frater Benedictus Polonus viva voce retulit; Sinica Franciscana, cur, A. Van den Wyngaert, Benoit de Pologne, DHGE VIII, 250; B. Intellecual contexts and educational functions of franciscan historiography (1226-ca. Fossati, I Mongoli, Giovanni di Pian del Carpine e Benedetto Polonno, Itineraria 8 (2009); Adriano Duque, The Text as Map: Benedict the Poles Account of the Carpine Mission to Mongolia (1246-1247), in: Travels and Travelogues in the Middle Ages, ed. Quarta Beatitudo est Esuries iustitiae seu Famelica Iustitia. 1678) Balthasar de Sancto Josepho (Baltasar de San Jos y Pea, fl. 1616-1677) Barnabas de Gambellara (1605-1660) Barnabas de Caprile (d. 17th cent.) Basilius d Aire (Basile d Aire/tienne Godin, ca. 1625) Basilius de San-Severino (Basilio di San-Severino, d. 1559-15 March 1630) Benedictus Gualdinus (Benedict Kelsternbasset, 1625-1698) Benedictus Genuensis (Benedetto de Barbieri, d. 2287 (Books 3-19) & 16098; Hereford Cathedral Library O. Het lapidarium in de Middelnederlandse vertaling van Bartholomaeus Anglicus De proprietatibus rerum, in: Kennis-maken. Veltman (Hilversum: Verloren, 2008), 27-48; Patrick Gautier Dalch, Reprsentations gographiques de l Europe septentrionale, centrale et orientale au Moyen Age, in: Europa im Weltbild des Mittelalters. His sermon held at the council on 6 December 1562 was subsequently published in Bressanone. van den Wyngaert, `Barthlemy de Salutio', DHGE (1925), 1025f; Dict. Santinelli, Il beato Bartolomeo Cordoni e le fonti della sua mistica (Citt di Castello, 1930); A. Preacher and confessor, as well as commissioner of the Observant Milan province. Went over to the Observants, following the example of Bernardin of Siena. Active as the papal ambassador in Constantinople (together with Albert of Sarteano, John of Capistran and some other friars) to establish a union with the Greek church. 1278, edited in: Anchiennes chroniques del Wavrin, ed. Francesco di Bologna; in attesa di pubblicazione); M. Jansen, Zur Philosophie der Skotisten des 17 Jahrunderts, in "Franziskanische Studien", 23 (1936), pp. Die Prinzipien der lex aeterna, (Franziskanische Forschungen, 18), Dietrich-Coelde-Verlag, Werl/Westfalia 1964; S. Bartolomeo Mastri (1602-1673) e il suo tempo, Fonti e studi francescani, 11, Studi 1 (Padua, 2002) [cf. Already before that, the Duke of Lorraine had commissioned Louis Hugo to write a more favorable history of the Dukes of Lorraine, to counter the picture rising up from earlier works by Benot. Bernardini Senensis Opera Omnia () Studio et Cura Patrum Collegii S. (Ad Claras Aquas/ Quaracchi, 1950-1965), Volume VII. De variis Iudiciis et Tormentis inflictis Peccatoribus in Adventu iusti Iudicis Iesu Christi. late 17th cent.) Balthasar de Victoria (Baltasar de Vitoria, fl. 1795) Benedictus Leomontanis (Benedictus von Lwenberg, ca. Een bloemlezing uit de middelnederlandse artesliteratuur, ed. Wrote about the council, church reform and related religious matters, and presented the works of providence in the history of the Roman church and the papacy. [For the works that are in need of new edition, see F. Teetaert, Barthlemy de Castello, DHGE VI, 992-993; DSpir I, 1266-1267; Paola Zambelli, Bartolomeo di Castello, DBI 6 (1964), 707a-708b [nog checken]; P. Author of the popular Interrogatorium sive Confessionale (1474), organized according to the schemata of Antoninus of Florence and inspired by the Summa of Angelus Carleti de Chivasso OFM. It was recommended to the clergy on the synods of Basel (1503) and Augsburg (1548). Present at the eucumenical meetings held to this purpose at Constantinople-Venice, 1437-38 and Ferrara-Florence, 1438-41. manuscripts/editions Epistola de Crudelitate Turcorum: MS Venice, S. Edited in: Migne, PG, CLVIII, 1055-68; Orbis Seraphicus, Historia de Tribus Ordinibus, ed. Littera, surviving in French on the sufferings of Christians under Ottoman rule, directed at the prior of the S. Dupont, Anciennes chroniques d'Angleterre, II (Paris, 1931), 196. Forlivesi, Lontologia di Bartolomeo Mastri nelle "Disputationes in XII libros methaphysicorum", diss. Knuuttila, Duns Scotus and the foundations of logical modalities, in John cit., pp. Kobusch, Das Seiende als transzendentaler oder supertranzendentaler Begriff. Lohr, Metaphysics, in The Cambridge history of Renaissance philosophy, a cura di Ch. review in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 738ff.; AFH 98 (2005), 840-841]; Miscellanea Francescana 103 (2003), 814-818]; Marco Forlivesi, Bartolomeo Mastri da Meldola (1602-1673) riformatore dell Accademia degli Imperfetti (Meldola: Accademia degli Imperfetti di Meldola, 2002) [cf. Omont, Nouvelles acquisitions du dpartement des manuscrits de la Bibliothque Nationale pendant les annes 1905-1906. Supplment lhistoire de la maison de Lorraine et remarques sur le trait historique et critique de lorigine de la gnalogie de la maison de Lorraine (Berlin, 1711). Balduinus Brandeburgensis (OFM, late thirteenth cent.) Balduinus de Jonghe (Junius Balduinus van Dordrecht, c. ) Balthasar de Conceptione (Baltasar de la Concepcin, fl. 1764) Balthasar de Draguignan (1607-1678) Balthasar del Castillo (Baltasar del Castillo, fl. 1600) Balthasar Olimpo (Baldassare Olimpo degli Alessandri di Sassoferrato, fl. For Luiz Antonio Verney, mid 18th cent.) Barbatus (fifteenth century) Barnabas Antonius de Pardina (Bernab Antonio de Pardias, fl. 1660) Bartholomaeus Parodi Genuensis (Bartolomeo Parodi da Genova/Dionisio Parodi, 1731-1809) Bartholomaeus Pelegri (fl. mid eighteenth cent.) Bartholomaeus Senensis (later fourteenth cent.) Bartholomaeus Senensis (d. 1667) Basilius de Portella (Basilio da Portella, d. early 18 cent.) Basinus de Parma (Franciscan friar? 18 cent.) Benedictus Antonius Ortega (Benito Antonio Ortega, fl. 1750) Benedictus de Alignan ( 11, 07, 1268) Benedictus Benkovi_ (ca. 18th cent.) Benedictus de Canfield (Benet of Canfield/William Fitch, 15621610) Benedictus de Haarlem (Franciscus van der Plasse, d. 1671) Benedictus de Scandriglia (Benedetto da Scandriglia/Benedetto Palocci, d. Godefroy de Callata et Baudouin Van den Abeele (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), 177-198; Harm von Seggern, Gab es ein Hauptstadtbewusstsein im Hochmittelalter? Kugler (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2008), also on Bartholomaeus Anglicus; Peter Riethe, Zur Quellengeschichte des Steinkatalogs der Hildegard von Bingen: Die Abhngigkeit des IV. Mara Jos Muoz Jimnez, Patricia Caizares Ferriz & Cristina Martin, Textes et tudes du Moyen-Age, 69 (Porto, 2013), 85-104. Already during his formative years he was recognized as a gifted preacher, and several times he functioned as official preacher for his order during general chapter meetings (Assisi (1559), Milan (1562), Florence (1564), and Rome (1568)), and on other important occasions. Antonio, BUF, I, 91-3; Sbaralea, Suppl., I, 125f; F. Founded the convent of Jess extramuros near the town of Palma (1441), as well as the convents of Sller (1458), and Mahn (1459). See on this also the Monumenta Seraphica Ordinis Minorum Observantium Sti Francisci Majoricarum Provinciae Praesertim ab anno 1540 usque ad annum 1750 (MS Madrid, Bib. 456-473; Wadding, Annales Minorum, XVI Quaracchi, 1933), ad annum 1535, p. During his stay at Constantinople, Bartolomeo also campained for the improvement of the Latin Christians in Byzantine society. Lambert, Barthlemy de Ciudad Rodrigo, DHGE VI, 1015. Together with other cardinals involved with a conspiracy to subdue the pope, he was emprisoned by Urban VI at Nocera (11 January 1385). When urban VI had to leave Nocera, due the pressure from the armies of the king of Naples, he took the insubordinate cardinals with him to Genoa, where he had them executed. 56); Claude Schmitt, Gai ou Gay, DHGE XIX, 664; ) OFM. Bishop of Puerto Rico and Durango (Mexico) literature AIA 25 (1926), 209-210; AIA 5 (1945), 221; AIA 15 (1955), 257; Jos Simn Daz, Bibliografa de la literatura hispnica, 11 Vols. 4314-4321, 6150; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. 1483) beatus Friar from Giano (Yano) in the Spoleto diocese. 47); Wadding, Scriptores, 37, 39-49; Sbaralea, Supplementum, I, 112, 117, 121, 126; Zawart, 325; J. Di Vona, Studi sullontologia di Spinoza, II "Res" ed "ens" La necessit Le divisioni dellessere, La nuova Italia editrice, Firenze 1969; M. Kraie, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1988, pp. de Lubac, Augustinisme et thologie moderne, (Thologie, 63), Aubier, Paris 1965; C. Neue Folge, 60 (Mnster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2000) [cf. Lettre Monsieur labb XXX, sur l Histoire de saint Sigebert, XIIe roi d Austrasie; Rplique la rponse aux deux lettres crites sur l Histoire de saint Sigebert, IIIe du nom; Rponse aux observations sur la rplique de lauteur anonime la rponse aux deux lettres critiques contre l Histoire de saint Sigebert, IIIe du nom, XIIe roi d Austrasie (Toul, 1704). Histoire ecclsiastique et politique de la ville et du diocse de Toul (Toul, 1707). 1583-1634) Baldus de Montenovo (15th cent.) Baltasar de Alarcn Baltasar de Baos Balthasar de Carrera (Baltasar de la Carrera, fl. second half 17th cent.) Balthasar de Medina (17th cent.) Balthasar de Riez (d. early 16th cent.) Balthasar Pacheco (Baltasar Pacheco, fl. first half 18 cent.) Barnabas de Bailleul (Barnab d Armentires, ca. 1454/55) Bartholomaeus Sicardi (14th century) Bartholomaeus de Stalam (Bartol Minor) Bartholomaeus Ursinis (de Ursinis, 15th century) Bartolus Bompedoni (1228, San Geminiano - 12, 12, 1300, San Geminiano), beatus Basilide d Ath (Jean de la Place, fl. 1620) Basilius Brollo, see: Basilius de Gemona Basilius Brugensis (Basile de Bruges/Gaspar Melinck, fl. 1634) Basilius de Roncal, see: Basilius Iturri Basilius de Salon (Basile de Salon, d. 1460, Zadar - 1522, Judenburg) Benedictus Bernal (Benito Bernal de Pins, fl. 1659) Benedictus de Seminara (Benedetto da Seminari/Benedetto Leoni, 1564-1627) Benedictus de Urbino (Benedetto Passionei da Urbino, 1560-1625) beatus Benedictus de Toul (Benot de Toul/Benot Picart, 1663-1720) Benedictus Gaeta (Benedetto Gaeta, ca. : eine Beobachtung zu metropolis bei Bartholomus Anglicus, Jahrbuch fr Regionalgeschichte 26 (2008),15-35; Saskia Bogaart, De onderste steen boven. Buches der Brsseler Handschrift von Bartholomaeus Anglicus, Scriptorium 64 (2010), 95-108; Elmar Eggert, Die Farbwrter in zwei spanischen bersetzungen der Enzyklopdie DPR des Bartholomaeus Anglicus, in: Farbe im Mittelalter, ed. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2011) I, 351-366; I francescani e le scienze. Also active as a theologian and preacher at the final sessions of the council of Trente. Sarri, Il venerabile Bartolomeo Cambi da Salutio (Florence, 1925); A. 464; Wadding, Scriptores, 37; Sbaralea, Supplementum, I, 118; N. After his return from Constantinople, Bartolomeo once again was sent on an ambassadorial journey, this time to Queen Giovanna of Sicily, to ask for her military support against the Turcs. Entered the Conventuals and went through the orders degree programme, to become master of theology. Also preached in Greece and the Near East, where he became a propagandist for church unification under the aegis of Rome. Goyens, Berthlemy de Giano, DHGE VI, 1005; CF 5, p. Forlivesi, Bartolomeo Mastri OFMConv (1602-1673) e il suo tempo, pro manuscripto, Bologna 1997 (copia depositata presso la Biblioteca del Convento di S. Klckner, Die Lehre vom ewigen Gesetz bei Bartholomus Mastrius von Meldola. Natali, La metafisica e i limiti della teologia naturale in Bartolomeo Mastri (1602-1673), in Regnum cit., II, pp. review in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 386f]; Faustino Ossana, I motivi dellunione ipostatica in Bartolomeo Mastri OFMConv (1602-1673), Miscellanea Francescana 1011 (2001), 196-224; Marco Forlivesi, Scotistarum princeps. de peccatis que ad episcopum debet mitti.; Expl.: Explicit summa de casibus secundum Fratrem Bartholomaeum Mediolanensem de ord. Pouill ecclsiastique et civil du diocse de Toul, 2 Vols. As it did not suit the taste and policies of the living Duke of Lorraine, the latter obtained a royal decree forbidding the sale of the work in the Duchies of Lorraine and Bar. Sermones de Tempore [18 sermons, composed between 14] Edited in: S. late fifteenth cent.) Bernardinus de Busti ( 8, 05, 1513, Mallegnano) Bernardinus de Capurso (fl. 1650) Bernardinus de Crdenas (1579, La Paz-1668, Santa Cruz, Bolivia) Bernardinus de Carpentras (Bernardin de Carpentras, d. de Droit Canonique, 2 (Paris, 1937), 201-3; LTh K, I, 1229; LTh K, I, 1394; J. literature Francesca Coltrinari, Note sulla devozione di un artista del Quattrocento: una lettera di indulgenza del teologo francescano Battista da Sassoferrato allorafo Giacomo di Marino di Tolentino, Picenum Seraphicum 24 (2005), 293-309. Written and preached at the occasion of the Conventual general chapter of Assisi of the same year. Written and preached at the occasion of the general chapter of Milan of the same year and dedicated to the Conventual master general. Scripturam Exacte Collecta et in facilem Usum Studiosis ac concionatoribus Secundum Ordinem Biblicum Concinnata, 4 Vols. Sabrina Stroppa (Parma: Curia provinciale Cappuccini, 1997). Bonaventurae, ovvero Pratica della presenza di Ges Cristo Dio ed Uomo. literature: Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum S. Francisci capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Valdemiro da Bergamo, I conventi ed i cappuccini bergamaschi (Milan, 1883), 70; A. Bartholomew's Paradiso received a Latin translation in 1614 (Cologne) and a Portugese translation in 1739 (Lissabon)] Scuola del divino amore (Milan, 1609) Inventioni d'amore (Venice, 1611) [New editions in 1621, 16] L'innamoratio di Ges (Genua, 1611) [Six editions between 1611 and 626, another edition in Venice, 1664] Le sette trombe per isvegliare il peccatore a penitenza (Bergamo, 1612) [18 editions between 6, also several French editions. Marco Forlivesi, Subsidia Mediaevalia Patavina, 8 (Padua: Il Poligrafo, 2006) [An important volume with a large number of interesting essays]; Norman Wells, Masrius on Esse cognitum, in: Laudemus viros gloriosos'. 1620-1750 (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016). Histoire ecclsiastique et civile de la ville et du diocse de Metz (1716) literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 41; Sbaralea, Supplementum III, 197; Auguste Digot, 'Eloge historique du P. Was already a secular priest when he decided to join the Riformati at the San Francesco friary of Agrigento. Productive spiritual author, yet none of his works seem to have been edited. Of English descent, he entered the order in the Normandy province. manuscripts/editions Raccolta di alcune orazioni panegiriche (Genoa, 1787). This work can also be found in the 1787 editon of the Raccolta.

1714) Bernardinus de Chaimis, see: Bernardinus Caimi de Milano Bernardino della Chiesa (1644, Venice - 1721, Linqing) Bernardinus de Colpatrazzo (25, 11, 1514 - 1594, Aquasparta) Bernardinus de Condom (Bernardin de Condom, d. Baptista Varani (Battista Varani/Camille Varani, 1458-1524) Beata (1843) Poor Clare. It amounts to a history of Milan from the Insubri to Sforza rule. Colonna and written in the context of the general chapter of Rome (1568). Francisci Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Domenico da Montecuccolo, Un insigne teologo cappuccino, Frate Francesco 6 (1928), 103-104; A. Latin edition in 1620 (Freiburg in Breisgau), English translation in 1628] Porta della salute (Turin, 1621) [confession manual for the lay believer. Benoit Picart', Mmoires de la Socit Royale des Sciences (...) de Nancy (1844), 116-208; E. Benot de Toul, tudes franciscaines 41 (1929), 270-293, 392-415; A. After a career in various French provinces, he died at Alenon on . manuscripts/editions Homo Sensatus, Secundum Illa Verba: Homo Sensatus Credit Legi Dei et Lex Illi Fidelis literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 40; Pellegrino da Forli, Annali dellordine dei frati minori cappuccini (Milan, 1884) III, 562-564; A. Triennium Philosophicum, 2 Vols.: MS Voltri, Biblioteca dei Cappuccini (unnumbered manuscript? literature Johannes Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1852), 15; F.

1707) Bernardus Maria Neapolensis (Bernardo-Maria da Napoli, Giacco da Napoli, 1672-1744) Bernardus Neapolensis (Bernardo da Napoli/Bernardo Scarpitto/Bernardo da Capece-Minutolo, d. early 18th cent.) Bernardus Sannig Bernardus Strozzi (1581-1644) Bernardus Scarlatti (Bernardo Scarlatti, d. Nave, Bruno da Osimo un artista francescano, Frate Francesco n.s. Author of the Summa Titulorum super Decretalibus Gregorii IX (finished by 1270), which to some extent resembles the work of Heinrich von Merseburg, and was used by the friar that compiled the second supplement to Heinrichs Summa. 185; Thomas Ertl, Kanonistik als angewandte Wissenschaft. Gustav Pfeiffer (Vienna-Munich, 2002), 9-37; Thomas Ertl, Balduin von Brandenburg und seine Summe zum Liber Extra. editions Lminent privilge de la trs saincte Mre de Dieu, quil a prserve du pch originel en son Immacule Conception, 2 Vols. Les justes louanges de la trs auguste mre de Dieu, appuyes sur lauthorit des SS. Lincomparable pit des trs chrestiens roys de France et les admirables prrogatives quelle a mrites leurs Majestez, tant pour leur royaume en gnral, que pour leurs personnes sacres en particulier, 2 Vols. literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum ordinis Sancti Francisci capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 35; Eduard d Alenon, Bibliotheca Mariana Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1910), 10; A. Segunda parte del Teatro de los Dioses de la Gentilidad (Madrid: Juan de S. See also: Battista da Varano, Opere Spirituali, ed. I dolori had a considerable impact on the devoton to the sorrows of the Sacred Heart in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries.] I Ricordi di Ges [A work in which Christ lists all the spiritual gifts granted to Battista from her birth onwards, in which he exhorts her to meditate on the Passion, to prepare for the spiritual tribulations that she will have to endure in the future, and in which he teaches her the ways to arrive at a perfect union with God.] La condotta della vita spirituale [An autobiography (1491) in which Battista describes for her confessor her spiritual journey between her eighteenth and thirty-third year.] Le istruzioni al discepolo [A manual written for a disciple, in which Battista teaches what should be done to arrive at a life of evangelical perfection. Saudreau, La pit travers les ges (Antwerp-Paris, 1927), 540-543] Dichiarazione fatta sopra i capitoli della regola delle Sore Povere dell Ordine di S. After his fellow flemish friars had returned to Belgium, Benignus stayed for two years in Italy, working with the successor of Wadding, father Harold, and doing research in a number of Italian friaries.

1496) Bernat, see: Bernardus Bertholdus de Wiesbaden Berthold Hipp (fl. third quarter 17 cent.) Bonaventura Armengual (Buenaventura Armengual, d. 1809) Bonaventura Barberini (30, 10, 1674, Ferrara - 15, 10, 1743, Ferrara) Bonaventura Baronius (Bartholomew Baron, 1610-ca. 1799) Bonifatius de Stephanis (Bonifazio Stivanic/Drakoliza/Ragusina, d. 1340/1341) Bonitius Combasson Bonitius de Augusta Treverorum (Bonitius von Trier, d. second half thirteenth century) Bothale (late 13th century) Branca (eind 13e eeuw) Brancati de Lauria (fl. Balduinus work is substantially longer that the Summa of Heinrich. Balduin von Brandenburg und der Streit um die Brandenburger Bischofswahl, in: Handschriften, Historiographie und Recht. Autor Genese Gedanken zur Edition, in: Quellenvielfalt und editorische Methoden, ed. Taught philosophy as well as biblical and doctrinal theology in the orders schools and took up the charge of provincial minister. Teetaert, Balthasar de Riez, DHGE VI, 428-9; Lexicon Capuccinum, 166. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 72. Vicente, 1657)/Segunda parte del Theatro de los dioses de la gentilidad (...) Aora nuevamente corregido (Madrid: Juan de Ariztia, 1738). Chiara [A spiritual commentary on the Rule of Clare.] Trattato della purit di cuore [Describes the various stages and degrees through which the soul or the heart arrives at the summit of mystical union.] Considerazioni divote sopra la Passione di N. Ges Cristo [Sixteen meditations on the physical sufferings of Christ during his Passion. After his return to Belgium, Benignus began to write a number of works based on his research. Benignus also fulfilled several administrative and spiritual charges.

1210, Regensburg - 14, 12, 1272, Regensburg) Bertramus de Ahlen (early fourteenth century) Bertrandus Atgerius (later fourteenth century) Bertrandus Bellac (Bertrand de Bayonne) Bertrand de Turre (born in Camboulit - 1332, Avignon) Bindus Senensis (fl. early 17th cent.) Blasius de Castro (Blas de Castro, fl. 1265 - 19, 06, 1340) Bonagratia de Bononia, see: Bonagratia de Sancto Johanno de Persiceto Bonagratia de Sancto Johanno de Persiceto (Bonagratia da San Giovanni in Persiceto/Bonagratia Fielci, d. seventeenth cent.) Bonaventura Costacciaro (mid 16th cent.) Bonaventura de Arenys de Mare (Bonaventura d Arenys de Mar, fl. The work was meant to instruct regular and secular clerics alike in the basics of canon law necessary for their pastoral obligations. to be continued editions Conciones super Evangelia festorum totius anni (Antwerp: Martinus Nutius, 1613). literature Nieuw Nederlands Biografisch Woordenboek VII, 385; DSpir III, 116-117. Baltasar de Alarcon, procurador general de la misma orden de la provincia del Dulce Nombre de Jess, de Guatemala: MS Paris BN This would be a collection of 23 sermons, written by different authors. Muoz y Manzano Conde de la Viaza, Bibliografa espaola de lenguas indgenas de Amrica (Madrid, 1892), 242; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Joined the order in the Carthagena province near the end of the sixteenth century. Baltasar was apparently appointed chronicler for his order province shortly before his death on December 8, 1654. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 16-17. second half 17th cent.) Mexican friar, member of the Santo Evangelio province. His works have been described in Vetancurt's Menologio, 144. literature Juan de San Antonio, Bibliotheca Universa Franciscana (Madrid, 1732) I, 77; AIA 27 (1927), 82-83; AIA 15 (1955), 343-344; J. By 1690, he resided at the Santiago de Cotzumalguapa friary. Y su autor tambin se apellid Vitoria, Lectura 159 (Mexico, 11964), 119-122; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Giorgio, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Bologna, 1874); A. Marini, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Camerino, 1882); L. editions Den geestelicken palm-boom in elke maent nieuwe vruchten gevende, oft Generale legende vande levens der heyligen [] uyt de dry-vuldige orden vanden H. Mmoire historique de la fondation du couvent de Carcassonne depuis lan 1592 jusquen lan 1689, ed. Mahul, in: Cartulaire et archives des communes de lancien diocse et de larrondissement de Carcassonne, Vols. literature Apollinaro de Valencia, Bibliotheca fratrum minorum capuccinorum provinciae Occitaniae et Aquitaniae (Nemours, 1894), 44-45; Eduard d Alenon, Bibliotheca mariana ordinis fratrum minorum capuccinorum (Rome, 1910), 10; Irne d Aulon, Bibliographie des frres mineurs capuchins de la province de Toulouse (Toulouse, 1928), 8; A. editions Wunder- und Tugendt-Stern, der in dem schweizerischen Alp-Gebrg entstanden, von sonderen gttlichen Gnadenstrahlen erleuchtet, mit Glantz sonderer Heiligkeit geschinen, dass ist bernatrliches Leben, heiligster Wandel und grosse Wunder-Werck des Villseeligen Bruder Clausen von Unterwalden (Lucerna, 1732) Regelbchlein des dritten Ordens (Stans, 1730 & 1734). de Latassa, Biblioteca nueva de los escritos aragoneses (Pamplona, 1789) II, 200-202; J. Berengarius de Malabosco (late thirteenth-early fourteenth cent.) Custos of the Franciscan custody of Toulouse, canonist manuscripts Summa super Titulo de Actionibus (? early 17th cent.) Observant Franciscan friar, known for his works on the Holy Land which contains building plans and measurements of a significant number of buildings found in the Holy Land, based on measurements done by Amico during his sojourn in Palestine between 15. Was sent to Rome for further studies at the age of fifteen. Bernardini Senensis Opera Omnia () Studio et Cura Patrum Collegii S. (Ad Claras Aquas/ Quaracchi, 1950-1965), Volume VI. De Donis Spiritus Sancti, et quomodo communicantur Divino Amori.

first half 18th cent.) Bonaventura de Arezzo (Bonaventura d Arezzo, 1648-1708) Bonaventura da Bagnoreggio (ca. Kurtscheid (1927), 179: licet intentio auctoris fuerit utrique clero exhibere practicum commentarium iuris canonici, tamen Summa Balduini inter praestantiores huius generis libros saeculi XIII recensenda est. Auctor in utroque iure est bene versatus; frequenter fontes iuris allegat, et in subsidium tantum argumentorum ad canonistas et theologos recurrit. Baltasar de Alarcn Franciscan friar, general procurator, preacher and sermon collector in Guatemala. editions Tratado de Conceptione (apparently unpublished? ) literature Francisco Vzques, Crnica de la Provincia del Santsimo Nombre de Jess de Guatemala, 2nd ed., ed. (Guatemala, 1937-1944) III, 275; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Balthasar de Draguignan (Joseph Carbonnel, 1607-1678) OFMCap. Took the habit on 20 October 1624, taking the name Balthasar. editions Moro de ayudar a bien morir a los indos, y las preguntas de la doctrina cristiana en lengua mexicana (Mexico, 1677). Cartilla mayor en la lengua castellana, latina y mexicana. Goyens, Balthasar de Mdina, DHGE VI, 427; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. In his surviving work from 1714, he mentions that the was a preacher, ex-provincial, advisor of the inquisition and guardian of the San Francisco de Panahachel friary. de Clary, LAurole Sraphique (Paris, 1892) II, 367-408; D. This work was re-issued in Collezione delle opere de piu insigni e recenti predicatori, VII, VIII & IX, Nuovo Gabinetto litterario (Naples, 1834). en Seraphinschen Vader Franciscus, bestaende in twaelf boecken, ed. literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum ordinis minorum capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 42; L. Taught theology at the Sta Maria and San Francisco convents in his home town, before he became provincial of Aragon. editions Trattato delle Piante & Immagini de Sacri Edifizi di Terra Santa (1609). Bernardinus d'Asti (Bernardinus Palladius; Bernardinus Palli; Bernardinus Pallido, 1483, Rinco d'Asti - 12, 05, 1557, Rome) OFMObs (1500), later OFMCap (1533). There he opted for a religious life and joined the Observants in 1499.

mid 17th cent.) Bonaventura de Imola (Bonaventura da Imola/Bonaventura Mongardi, 1725-1802) Bonaventura d Imst (Bonaventura von Imst/Paul-Joseph Brunold, 1739-1807) Bonaventura de Iseo (Bonaventura da Iseo/da Brescia/da Ivreo, before 1200-ca 1273) Bonaventura de la Basse (Bonaventure de la Basse/Louis de Pippre, 1577-1650) Bonaventura de Lama (Bonaventura da Lama, 1649-1739) Bonaventura de Langres (Bonaventure de Langres, fl. literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum OFMCap, 35; Histoire des hommes illustres de la Provence (Marseille, 1786), 58-60; Henri de Grzes, Archives Capucines, province de Provence, couvent de Tarascon (Lrins, 1891); Paul Calendini, Balthasar de Draguignan, DHGE VI, 426. Heerinckx, Devotio Sacratissimi Cordis in scriptis B. Took up positions as a guardian at the convents of Bourbourg (1654-1657) and Menin (1657-1660). Developed into a staunch defender of the immaculate conception. No works seem to have survived, although he is mentioned as the author of a sermon collection and a Veritatis Theologicae Volumen. ) Chronicler literature Anacleto Mosconi, `I cronisti delle provincie Osservante e Riformata di Milano: P. Cum institutionibus medicis, & regulis, consultationibus, & observationibus P. Sancti Francisci (...) De lue, seu, Morbo venereo; De febre pestilentiali; De regulis astrologicis ad medicinam spectantibus; Arcana Lazari Riuerij (Venice: Bartolomeo Tramontino, 1676). Goal of this cultivation of spiritual love is a programme of interior reform and apostolic elan. Quaderno di Studio 5 (1987), 29-108 (contains several letters exchanged between Ludovico il Moro and Bernardino Caimi); Luisa Gatti-Perer, Gli studi sulle origini del Sacro Monte di Varallo e sulla personalit di Bernardino Caimi, in: Arte, religione, comunit nell Italia rinascimentale e barocca.