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"Nos attendentes fratres Ordinis tui futuros pugiles fidei et vera mundi lumina confirmamus Ordinem tuum" (Balme, "Cart." II, 71-88; Potthast, 5402-5403). In this chapter, the Preachers also gave up certain elements of the canonical life; they relinquished all possessions and revenues, and adopted the practice of strict poverty; they rejected the title of abbey for the convents, and substituted the rochet of canons for the monastic scapular. Præd.", I, 20; Denifle, "Archiv.", I, 212; Balme, "Cart.", III, 575).(Expecting the brethren of your order to be the champions of the Faith and true lights of the world, we confirm your order.) On 15 Aug., 1217 St. They went through France, Spain, and Italy, and established as principal centres, Toulouse, Paris, Madrid, Rome, and Bologna. The regime of annual general chapters was established as the regulative power of the order, and the source of legislative authority. Now that the legislation of the Friars Preachers was fully established, the Rule of the Sisters of St. The order, however, supplied what was wanting by compiling a few years after, the are edited im Duellius, "Misc.", bk. After the legislative work of the general chapters had been added to the Constitution of 1216-20, without changing the general ordinance of the primitive text, the necessity was felt, a quarter of a century later, of giving a more logical distribution to the legislation in its entirety.The religious vow themselves to preaching, both within and without the convent walls.The "general preachers" have the most extended powers.
At first only large convents were allowed and these were located in important cities (Mon. The Constitution prescribes the dimensions of the church and the convent buildings, and these should be quite plain.Dominic, and for that purpose commissioned the Dominican cardinal, Hugh of St.Cher (3 Feb., 1255), but the project encountered many obstacles, and nothing came of it. 1566; Humberti de Romanis, "Opera de vita regulari", ed., Berthier, I, Rome, 1888, n.The Church considered it the typical rule for new foundations.Alexander IV thought of making the legislation of the Order of Preachers into a special rule known as that of St.