St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, 1593-1773

a biographical dictionary by Geoffrey Holt

Publisher: Catholic Record Society in [London]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 299 Downloads: 116
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Subjects:

  • English College of St. Omers -- Registers.,
  • Bruges College -- Registers.,
  • English College of St. Omers -- Alumni and alumnae -- Biography -- Dictionaries.,
  • Bruges College -- Alumni -- Biography -- Dictionaries.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Statementby Geoffrey Holt.
SeriesCatholic Record Society publications., v. 69
ContributionsEnglish College of St. Omers., Bruges College.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLF2395.P434 H65 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination299 p. ;
Number of Pages299
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3867484M
LC Control Number81189568

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College of Saint Omer † Catholic Encyclopedia College of Saint Omer The well known Jesuit college at St. Omer oftener spoken of under the anglicized form of St. Omers or St. Omer s was founded by Father Parsons in or All&#;. The Letter Book Of Lewis Sabran Sj by HOLT GEOFFREY and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Bruges colleges, and the impact of the Academy’s innovations on the restored Jesuit order. Among this book’s many strengths is the light it sheds on the origins of the eighteenth-century polemic against Jesuit education, which played such a large role in the creation of the Jesuit myth.

of John and Lucy Carey, was admitted to the English College at Rome in December, , and had four brothers and five sisters who were known Catholics. See also Geoffrey Holt, S.J., St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, A Biographical Dictionary ("Catholic Record Society," Vol. 69 . studiorum at St. Omer's. Indeed, more Americans went to St. Omer's College in the eighteenth century than to Oxford and Cambridge combined. (Geoffrey Holt, S.J., St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, A Biographical Dictionary, London ) Jesuit John Carroll Flees St. Omer's. Stonyhurst College is a coeducational Roman Catholic independent school, adhering to the Jesuit tradition, on the Stonyhurst Estate, Lancashire, occupies a Grade I listed building. The school has been fully co-educational since The college was founded in by Father Robert Persons SJ at St Omer, at a time when penal laws prohibited Catholic education in England.

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The Colleges of St Omer, Bruges and Liège were successive expatriate institutions for the Catholic education run by the Jesuits for English students. Founded in by Father Robert Parsons SJ as the College of Saint-Omer in Artois, France (then part of the Spanish Netherlands), the school was forced in the 18th c.

to relocate twice due to the suppression of the Jesuit order, first to. Geoffrey Holt, St Omers and Bruges Colleges A Biographical Dictionary, Thetford, Catholic Record Society,p.

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The books seized after the French Revolution from all the religious institutions in the area had been stored, apparently in terrible conditions, while waiting for a suitable venue for a public library to be created.

Sadly, the inventory of the books sequestered made in by two revolutionary commissioners is lost,3 which. See Geoffrey Holt, St Omers and Bruges Colleges A Biographical Dictionary, Thetford, Catholic Record Society,p. Holt mentions another Thomas Scarisbrick, about whom.

Holt, Geoffrey (ed.), St Omers and Bruges Colleges, – A Biographical Dictionary, Catholic Record Society, 69 (). In Geoffrey Holt published St Omers and Bruges CollegesA Biographical Dictionary.(1) Holt outlines the history of the school: The English Jesuit school at Saint-Omer in Spanish Flanders — known in England as St Omers College — was founded in by Fr Robert Persons.

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Several students of the name Rozer or Rozier (from America) appear in the records of the English Jesuit Continental Colleges. (T.G. Holt, St Omers and Bruges Colleges. Initially founded in by Father Robert Parsons SJ as the College of Saint-Omer in Artois, France (then part of the Spanish Netherlands), the school was forced to relocate twice due to the suppression of the Jesuit order, first to Bruges in and then Liège inbefore migrating a third and final time to Stonyhurst in England where it became Stonyhurst College in Alumni of the College at St Omer, Bruges, & Liège (–) Saints, beati and martyrs.

St Philip Evans SJ, executed at Cardiff in Philip Evans. St Thomas Garnet SJ, protomartyr of St Omer, one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, executed at Tyburn in St. St Omers College started its existence in Augustat Saint-Omer, near Calais, as a school for English Catholic boys at a time when the Catholic religion was illegal in England and Wales.

The College flourished, despite many setbacks, relocating to Bruges in and Liege inmoving to its present location at Stonyhurst in Lancashire in as a result of the French Revolution. Catalogue de livres de la bibliotheques des ci-devant Jesuites du College de Bruges: (Book) 1 edition published St.

Omers and Bruges colleges, a. On the 9th of Augustthe English College began its migration from St Omer in Artois, to Bruges. Initially founded in by Fr Robert Persons SJ as the College of Saint-Omer in Artois, France (then part of the Spanish Netherlands), the school was forced to relocate twice due to the suppression of the Jesuit order, first to Bruges in and then Liege inbefore migrating a third.

Email this Article Colleges of St Omer, Bruges and Liège. Source: Geoffrey Holt, St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, A Biographical Dictionary, Catholic Record Society Pubs., 69 (), Henry Whetenhall in Maryland. The well-known Jesuit college at St.

Omer-- oftener spoken of under the anglicized form of St. Omers or St. Omer's -- was founded by Father Parsons in or All Catholic education having been prohibited in England, several colleges had been founded by Englishmen on the Continent -- at Douai, Rome, and Valladolid; their primary object was the education of the clergy.

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3 () and Recusant Roll no. 4 () Great Britain. Exchequer. Geoffrey Holt, St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, • A Biographical Dictionary, Cath-olic Record Society, Record Series 69 (i) HMC MSS Hatfield House IX, 5. Beales, p. ; Chadwick, pp. ; Allan P. Farrell, The Jesuit Code of Liberal Education described in the Custom Book of the College () as having a theater.An important discovery is that Marylander Notley Rozer, who later married Elizabeth Whetenhall, attended St.

Omers College in France as a young man. Father Henry Whetenhall, S.J. also attended St. Omers College as a young man. The dates of their attendances, Notley (cc) and Henry (?-c) are not entirely clear.Atlantic to take the Jesuit ratio studiorum at St.

Omer’s. Indeed, more Americans went to St. Omer’s College in the eighteenth century than to Oxford and Cambridge combined. (Geoffrey Holt, S.J., St. Omers and Bruges Colleges, A Biographical Dictionary, London ) Jesuit John Carroll Flees St. Omer’s.