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MAJERUS Pascal, Ces femmes qu’on dit béguines. The movement sprang up in religious fervor which marked the end of the twelfth century and especially the thirteenth and helped to promote that the eminent medievalist historian Raoul Manselli calls “the second evangelization of Europe“. Since the 1960s, Mario Sensi, then a twenty-year-old seminarian, came across the beguines of the thirteenth century and explored various parish and diocesan archives, “bringing out a dense landscape from the thick fog, inhabited by a crowd of minor female figures … all these linked by a moving “gender” solidarity, attested by countless wills, left by wealthy women in favour of other women poorer than them, both of then being pious“(Guarnieri, p.408). He became king of France at the age of 12. Gabriele TARDIO (1954-2013)Gabriele  was born in San Marco in Lamis (Foggia) on 27 September 1954 and prematurely died on 18 June 2013. “new monasticism,” as used in the past fifteen years, was coined from a similar desire to respond to, I have been visiting both “new monastic” communities and more traditional congregations of. Dieudonné Dufrasne was born in 1938 in Cuesmes in the Belgian coalfield Borinage. Adolphe de la MARCK (1288-1344) He was also considered the founder of the beguinal movement following an idea emerged in the clerical environment around 1250 to assert the male prominence. It is this range of less institutional yet seriously committed forms of life that I am here calling the “Beguine Option.” In my essay, I will sketch this “Beguine Option” in its varied expressions through Christian history. My second example is not an individual, but a group—The Church of the Sojourners in San, a common fund which pays for their shared housing, utilities, transportation and other common, in any particular “outreach program,” this community has manifest, for many years, the presence of, My final example (from the past) is Marie d’Oignies, the woman some identify as the “first, simplicity and refused the fine clothes her parents o, married at age fourteen to John, the son of another wealthy local family, to practice the ascetical life more seriously, time in prayers, physical labour, and works of charity. Nella Beguine, la presa non è compatta, un po' di respiro tra i partner è consigliato, tanto per dire distanze di 10-20cm possono andare bene. Altre figure: la spirale, l'impatto, il cambio parete, braccia incrociate o presa delle mani a forma di "otto", arrotilamento della dama seguito dallo srotolamento; ile figure della beguine sono molteplici e si basano su una tecnica facilmente eseguibile perchè si ballano solo i primi tre battiti con una pausa sul quarto. This is how the movement of the Beguines comes to life. After 20 years of parish service, he retired to Groenendal with two other companions to live a more contemplative life. The Austrian government, which after the treaty of Utrecht  [1713]  obtains the government of these territories, does not encourage the movement. In fact, intense contacts, informal and non-institutional, existed between the monks of Villers and the beguines of the area of Nivelles-Oignies. Les activités de Ruusbroec à Bruxelles, conférence donnée à Bruxelles le 14 février 1998, texte polycopié, VERHOEVEN Alice, Le grand Béguinage de Bruxelles, Ed. Orientalist and French theologian, great scholar of Islam and in particular of its mysticism, he was very impressed by the beguine Christine of Sint Truiden (+1224). The institutional elitism of the Roman, Catholic Church is already being dismantled through highly publicized scandals. Priest, brother-in-law of Marie d’Oignies, Guido was the chaplain of the leper colony of Willambroux, when Marie and her husband were also there. On March 27, 1329, Pope John XXII promulgated the Bull In agro dominico, by which he condemned twenty-eight propositions drawn from Master Eckhart’s works. Nella Beguine, la presa non è compatta, un po' di respiro tra i partner è consigliato, tanto per dire distanze di 10-20cm possono andare bene. This potentially leads children to suppress or disconnect from their spirituality in later years and also deprives a Christian community of the ability to learn and grow from children’s unique experiences of God and spirituality. the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life. to leave Assisi and the merchant option he had available. Plus d’informations Accepter. Later he will be a frequent visitor to the beguinage in Cologne. emiliedrawing, Neuchâtel. exploration—and the somewhat consensual adoption of—practices, values, and beliefs that undergird, Option to be a compelling model for religious life in the future. for him to organize a community of secular priests in order to provide mutual support in the work. It is fruitless, here to document the changing fortunes of those who sought to live a, The number of penitents, both isolated or in communities, remained large until the end, channel this kind of religious life, which was popular with both laymen and laywomen, in, orders, which recruited their own members primarily among women, and which themselves, often evolved toward claustral forms of life, ending up as semi-monastic congregations. Des béguinages à l’architecture féministe. Taking advantage of a trip to Cologne, where he went for his heart problems, he will make a 15th visit to Christine and will try to take her to Sweden on three occasions. The book reveals his deep admiration for the loving boldness of the beguines and features three of them: Mechthild of Magdebourg, Hadewijch and Marguerite Porete. Ida di Nivelles (+1231)                       Goswin di  Bossut, Cistercian (Source: MASSIGNON Louis, Ecrits mémorables, Tome I, Laffont, Paris, 2009). Stock, Jon, Tim Otto, and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. de Marillac began to visit the various ministries in 1629. is how the second paragraph of this rule begins: They should consider that although they do not belong to a religious order, being compatible with the duties of their vocation, yet as they are much more exposed to. Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. BARTOLOMEI-ROMAGNOLI Alessandra, DEGL’INNOCENTI Antonella, SANTI Francesco, Scrittrici mistiche europee, Edizioni del Galluzzo, Firenze, 2015, BAUMER-DESPEIGNE Odette, Le mouvement béguinal au XIIIe siècle en Belgique, Frauenfeld – Suisse, 1987, texte polycopié. Via di Beatrice, edizioni Paoline,2016, BLASUCCI A., CALATI B., GREGOIRE R., La spiritualità del medievo, volume 4 della Storia della spiritualità, Borla, BOUCKAERT Claude, De laatste der begijnen, Uitgeverij Groeninghe, Kortrijk, 2000, CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA  ON CD ROM, Beguine & Beghards, COMMODI Bernardo, Beata Angelina da Monegiove, Editrice Velar, Gorle, 2014, CRÉ Marleen,  The Mirror of Simple Souls, in Middle English Revisited: M.N. Césarius spoke about the beguines in very laudatory terms, as the Walter Simons reported in his book  Cities of Ladies  (p.35) :  “Cesarius of Heisterbach, a Cistercian monk living in the region of Cologne and well informed about goings-on in Low Countries, affirmed that “Although those [holy] women, whom we known to be very numerous in the diocese of Liège, live among the people wearing lay clothes, they still surpass many of cloister in the love of God. It encourages but does not demand regular confession. MATON Gérard, Eléments pour une histoire de la congrégation Notre Dame du Fief, Texte polycopié. A final visit will take place in 1287 on his return from the general chapter of Bordeaux. If you agree you can continue. the intentional, but not institutional way modeled by the beguines. For that, he appeals to the Apostolic See of Avignon, where the trial will take place, but he died in 1328 during the trip. Giusto per le spese! At the invitation of Fr.Van Straeten, rector of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, that preserves the relics of Saint Chistine and serve in the sanctuary of Steenart, Louis Massignon prepares a study and a conference for Thursday 24 July (the day of her death) 1924, in the 7th centenary of her death. Sweet, humble, luminous, solitary, in the fifteenth century the Carthusian Denys nicknamed him the Admirable for the depth and quantity of his works written in the mother tongue, the thiois, the old Flemish.A very different view of  Ruusbroec is given by Jacqueline Kelen who reproaches him for having “expropriated” Hadewijch without having mentioned her even once. In 1303, he was provincial prior of the Dominican province of Saxony, then in 1307 of the province of Bohemia. Since October 2009 he has been professor emeritus. David Janzen and friends began visiting communities, providing encouragement and ties between kindred spirits. people who were not vowed religious, but rather for folks who work in the world. Hugues de PIERREPONT (+1229) Mc DONNEL E.W., The beguines and beghards in medieval culture, New Brunswick-New Jersey, 1954, MECHTILDE di Magdebourg, La luce fluente della divinità, Ed Giunti, Firenze, 1991. a Pietist, a Lutheran who emphasized spiritual renewal (, in Halle was Nicolaus Ludwig, Count Zinzendorf (1700–1760; for Zinzendorf and the Moravians see, But keeping the peace among a wide range of religious refugees was not easy and things grew tense. out of the nexus of declining Methodist churches in the US, planting creative intentional communities. Ruusbroec himself assumes the spiritual guidance of a community of beguines in Brussels. his site uses two technical cookies. A Benedict Option is a worthy experiment. As Jacqueline Kelen notes in her book on Hadewijch, Master Eckhart drew many themes from the l béguinal mysticism that he later developed, such as deepening of the inner life, contemplative union without intermediaries, deification, annihilation in the One. Cesarius of HEISTERBACH (1180-1240) MAES Pierre, Les béguinages, dans Trésors des béguinages, Catalogue de l’exposition au Musée des Beaux  Arts à Gand,  avril – juin 1961, édité par Snoeck-Ducaju, Gand, l96l. Orientalist and French theologian, great scholar of Islam and in particular of its mysticism, he was very impressed by the beguine Christine of Sint Truiden (+1224). Both traditional and modern beguines, but only the dead ones, are remembered, because they all belong to the same history. Christian Church, a history worth remembering. baptismal vows as a groundwork of spiritual growth pursued through ascetical practice by all believers, some of whom will find that vocation best embodied in formal religious life and others not (. a nun, to waive one’s obligations in military or legal services (involving the use of oaths), and more. His sermons and lectures earned him a good reputation and King (Saint) Louis IX chose him as chaplain and perhaps as a confessor. flowering of just such expressions emerging today, I began this essay with two contemporary examples of the “intentional yet less institutional” forms. Il quarto passo (conteggio 1) è una pausa di un battito. suspicion is that a Beguine option has a lot more promise in a postmodern era. As the result of a vision of Christ she was called to found a convent. . Pierre was born in Visby (Island of Gotteland) between 1230-1240. Instead of aspiring to live as traditional religious, they transcended normative assumptions about religion and gender and had a very real impact on their religious and secular worlds. Ryan, Frances, and John E. Rybolt, eds. Information sources available on the web, classified by the following 4 categories: You also might contribute to improve this list, by sending other more bibliography references to: info@beguines.info, Abby STONER , Sister Between : Gender and the Medieval Beguines, (date not defined) After 20 years of parish service, he retired to Groenendal with two other companions to live a more contemplative life. In 1288 his health diminishes. Paul Verdeyen affirms that “he had to be greatly influenced by the writings of the beguine Hadewijch and we can even say that Ruusbroec and his brothers have “saved” the literary posterity of Hadewijch. Juetta di Huy (+1228)                        Hugo di Floreffe, Premostratensian Puoi scrivere un commento, un'opinione o una critica, per farlo effettua il login o registrati dal menù. Una volta preso dimestichezza coi passi vedrete che potete farci di tutto! MAJERUS Pascal, Les béguinages de Belgique : au-delà du mythe, Bulletin de Dexia banque, 2000/3 , p.33-53. Sundays and holy days, with masses and sermons, prayers and meditations, they devote, themselves to the Lord’s service in all things; nor may anyone leave the Beguinage on these, days without special permission from the principal mistress. navigate the shifts between the ancient and the medieval and between early and late medieval. Canon and notable in the Dutch city of Deventer, Geert Grote knew very well the world of the beguines and most probably he took inspiration for the foundation of the Devotio Moderna, a movement – the brothers and sisters of the common life – for a poor, personal and secular Christianity which was very successful in Belgium, Holland and West Germany, This movement is considered one of the anticipations of the Reformation. But my second accompanying point is to note the resemblance of these new expressions to what I have. a blue link refers to a wider description of their life, in red the traits that allow us to include them among the beguines. Love for his origins has always brought him back to his country even after the novitiate in Assisi and his stay in Teora among the earthquake victims and the displaced people of the terrible earthquake of the 80s. A final visit will take place in 1287 on his return from the general chapter of Bordeaux. ), Le terziarie francescane della beata Angelina: origine e spiritualità. The inspiration for. element as characteristic of beguine life: vows, observing a traditional rule, or retreating from the world into a monastery” (, that beguines should be obedient to their headmistress (see. There are elements of anthropology, zoology, botany, mineralogy, astronomy, astrology and meteorology. This founder of a convent, who has been described as charismatic, may be seen from today's perspective as an emancipated woman.[2]. This is why Jacques will dedicate this work to him. They began to train, people to form “micro-communities” of faith, which Heath and Larry Duggins documented in their, planting communities, teaching classes and pioneering a “dispersed community” of members located, in various places linked through a common rule of life (. From now on Marie will be the inspirer of all his sermons. PERNOUD Régine, La femme aux temps des cathédrales, Stock, 1980. Le beghine nell’Europa del duecento e trecento, Tesi di laurea di primo ciclo, Facoltà di storia e beni culturali della Chiesa, Pontificia Università Gregoriana, 2018-2019, FESTA Gianni e RAININI Marco (a cura di), L’ordine dei Predicatori. Une âme au travail de l’Un , Ed.OUSIA, Bruxelles, 2002, ROQUET Claude-Henri, Petite vie de Ruysbroeck, Desclée de Brouwer, Paris, 2003, RUYSBROEC, Le livre des XII Béguines, œuvres de Ruysbroeck l’admirable, Tome VI, Vroment & C°, Bruxelles, 1938, SALVADORI Patrizia, Travolta da divina passione, dans Medioevo, ottobre 2004, SALVANESCHI  Nino, L’anima del Belgio, Milano, 1927. Some biographies have been prepared by other scholars whom I thank for their generous collaboration. My conviction is that the Beguines are one manifestation of an impulse found throughout Christian history to live a form of life that resembles Christian monasticism without founding institutions of religious life. sharing of income and possessions, decision-making and other elements characterize the forms of life. But his most famous work is The Book of Bees, a treatise on religion and practical morality in the framework of an allegory on bees. of Keizerberg in Leuven, HADEWIJCH d’Anvers, Les chants, Éditions de Veerle Fraeters et Franck Willaert avec une reconstitution des mélodies par Louis Peter Grijp, Préface de Jacques Darras, Traduction du (moyen) néerlandais par Daniel Cunin, Albin Michel, 2019. and regular pattern of support and encouragement. is not just a matter of moving from heirarchy to a more democratic approach to leadership, but rather. thesis of Master 2 in architecture, Prix de l’Université des Femmes, 2018, AAVV, Beguinal movement yesterday and today , speeches in various languages presented at the international congress of 23/08/2017, celebrating the 750th anniversary of  Breda beguinage, Milena GARAVAGLIA, Cohousing al femminile, Abitare nei beghinaggi moderni, e-book, Amazon, 2017, Silvana PANCIERA, The Beguines, Kindle Edition, Amazon,2013, Kelly Lynn MORRIS, The vita of Douceline de Digne (1214-1274): Beguine spirituality and orthodoxy in thirteenth century Marseilles, University of Cagary (Canada), July 2001, Mario Sensi, Storie di Bizzoche tra Umbria e Marche, 1995, E.T, KNUTH, The Beguines, 1992, in  http://www.users.csbsju.edu/~eknuth/index.html, Debby VAN LINDEN:  https://begijnhovenqueeste.wordpress.combegijnhovenqueeste@gmail.com, Debby VAN LINDEN: https://www.facebook.com/Begijnenhovenqueeste-Community-of-beguine-news-796709140445669/, Debby VAN LINDEN: https://twitter.com/BeguineNews, Sisters of Valley https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=sisters%20of%20valley, UNESCO website of the 13 Flemish béguinages in the  World Heritage List, Le jardin du béguinage https://www.habitat-groupe.be/acteurs-logement/le-jardin-du-beguinage, Le petit béguinage de La Lauzelle https://www.habitat-groupe.be/le-petit-beguinageInterview sur le Petit béguinage réalisée avec l’aide d’Evelyne Simoens, Begijnhof van Turnhout www.vriendenbegijnhof.be (notified by M. Hugo Vanden Bossche), Agence Vivre en béguinage www.vivre-en-beguinage.frLa Maison des babayagas www.lamaisondesbabayagas.eu, Foundation  http://www.beginenstiftung.de The origin of the Flemish name is uncertain: it may be a philological corruption of the word Albigenses; it may come from the colour beige of their dress; it may come from Old German “beggen, beggan”: to pray; or from Old French “begart”: to pour out prayers; or still, from Celtic, in French “bègue-béguelle”: simpleton, bigot. Ernest Renan was interested in this “monastic idyll”, a jewel of spiritual friendship. Fidélité, Namur, 2009 e 2011 ; Le Beghine. Se siete d'accordo potete continuare. Het Sint-Elisabeth begijnhof van Gent en Sint-Amandsberg. with spiritual directors who provide support and accountability. At the age of twelve she was admitted to a beguine house in Oberwolfach in the valley of the river Wolf, where she lived for 20 years in voluntary poverty. All well and good. L’insegnamento di sorella Katrei, a cura di Marco Vannini, Adelphi edizioni, Milano, 2006, RASENBERG M.M.M., Viering 750 jaar Begijnhof Breda, Begijnhot Breda, 2017, REATI Fiorenzo,ofm, L’amicizia profumo della vita, Arca, Trento, 2004, RICHIR Luc, Marguerite Porete. MARCELLINA Sister (at the world Carolina SOLIMANDO) (20th), Maria Bendetta di CARIGNANO and Maria Angela CANAL (15th). As Jacqueline Kelen notes in her book on Hadewijch, Master Eckhart drew many themes from the l béguinal mysticism that he later developed, such as deepening of the inner life, contemplative union without intermediaries, deification, annihilation in the One. Prelude and Beguine di Victor Williams - EOLO SAX QUARTET. could navigate the shift from the modern to the postmodern, just as Benedict and the Beguines helped. His last teaching position was in Cologne. that “none may have anything which is unusual or suspect in its shape, sewing, or belting, or in. Became a Benedictine monk in 1959 and then ordained priest in 1963, Dieudonné was one of the founders of the monastery of Clerlande where his funeral was celebrated on 27 October 2017. In 1372 as many as 1,300 Beguines live in Brussels, that is more than 4% of its 30,000 inhabitants. It seems that he had sent a critical text to Pope Callistus III – the Antigraphum Petri (the defence of Peter) – in which he denounced the laxity of the priests. much prayer (and perhaps a little human persuasion), the Society of Jesus was finally confirmed on 27, Dominicans—as a vehicle for apostolic ministry, Because they were a dispersed, missionary society many of the features of traditional monastic, join in the communal recitation of the divine o, The requirements associated with these were released. According to Professor D’Haenens, the epithet Bègue would be written Bège and would allude to the rough wool dress brought by Lambert and his disciples. He was also considered the founder of the beguinal movement following an idea emerged in the clerical environment around 1250 to assert the male prominence. Looking for refuge in Liège, he discovered the beguines who stroked him very much and who elected them as example. One final example may serve to fill out our sampling of the Beguine Option through the middle, Beginning in the 1380s, in market towns along the IJsel River (east-central Netherlands) and, in the country of Holland, groups of women and men formed households organized as. There are probably somewhere between 50 and 100 active communities all together in this network. clothing, housing, work, leadership, and on and on. are made for brief but sincere acts of devotion: an hour, kneeling in silence for a moment and then reciting a prayer, In founding their community in such a manner (and getting approval for this foundation), the. He accompanied the Crusaders in the siege of Damietta (1218). of life that I am here calling the Beguine Option. for us to explore the promising future of the Beguine Option. Among his works, we find several studies that refer to beguines, nuns and hermits in the areas of his knowledge and to some devotional rites typical of that context. one-by-one and facilitating small group interaction as well. f.t. He had considerable influence on the development of the first nucleus of beguines in Liège, without being the founder. ECKHART Master (ca 1260-1328) All his studies are freely available to the public. He died on May 15, no doubt around 1270-1272. networks of intentional Christian expressions that bear resemblance to our Beguine Option. Hendrik Vanden Abeele, recorded on 2015 at Abbaye There, he was above all interested in liturgical renewal, but also in the animation of groups and the generous personal welcome that I also received during my research on the beguines. Yet we have struggled whether to call Beguines “religious” or not. (Sources: Les activités de Ruusbroec à Bruxelles, Paul VERDEYN sj lecture on 14 February 1998 – Claude-Henri ROQUET, Petite vie de Ruysbrouck, Desclée de Brouwer, Paris, 2003 – Jacqueline KELEN, Hadewijch d’Anvers ou la voie glorieuse, Albin Michel, 2011). Beguine Biographer Marie d’Oignies (+1213) Jaques de Vitry and Thomas de Cantimpré Odilia di Liegi (+1220) Anonymous priest of St Lambert of Liège Juetta di Huy (+1228) Hugo di Floreffe, Premostratensian According to Professor D’Haenens, the epithet Bègue would be written Bège and would allude to the rough wool dress brought by Lambert and his disciples. They are largely self-governing though with valuable relationships with kindred spirits. He considers her as a saint while Pius IX (in 1857) institutes her like Blessed. Among the secular ones: individuality, institutional independence, remunerated work. describes the self-conscious awareness of the modern devout precisely as a semi-religious expression: The early Christian hermits of Egypt, Syria and Palestine, Elijah and Elisha, the prophets of the. In 1246 he returned to Leuven where he served as a sub-prior and as a reader, then as a general preacher for a large region covering part of Germany, Belgium and France. He will be officially integrated into this community of regular canons and will receive priestly ordination in 1223. But the German, French, Italian, and other Beguines found it hard to resist, as the repression was still active elsewhere. Later he will be a frequent visitor to the beguinage in Cologne. (though certainly not all) of the accusations of sexual impropriety by women who were not cloistered, traditional convents, developed means by which members were corrected and conflict was resolved. Marie d’Oignies (+1213)                    Jaques de Vitry  and  Thomas de Cantimpré Margherita e le altre, Orthotes, Salerno-Napoli, 2014, MOROTTI Giuseppe, La riscoperta delle Beghine: dovere di gustizia e stimolo per il nostro tempo, in Appunti di viaggio, n.128, settembre-ottobre 2013, PANCIERA Silvana, Les beguines, Ed. Insoumises de l’amour divin, dans Le monde des religions, mai-juin, 2007, LELOUP Jean-Yves, Les dits de la femme qui brûle. practices and “the practice” of religious life for a new setting. He will support her with Robert de Thourotte, the Bishop of Liège. Se siete d'accordo potete continuare. In 1260 he founded the great Beguinage of Paris, which he placed directly under his protection and entrusted the first direction to a Flemish «Magistra», Agnès de Orchies. Here is a first list  of their admirers-protectors. decision-making processes, and shared service in areas of need. of these modern devout, as they were also called, formerly joined or formed houses of canons regular, through informally written “ways” or “customaries” (. AAVV, Béguines et béguinages, Archives générales du Royaume, dossier éducatif, 1ère série n.12, Bruxelles, 1994, AAVV, sous la direction d’A.Vauchez, Histoire du chistianisme, Tome 5, Desclée de Brouwer,Paris, 1993, AAVV, Trésors des béguinages, Snoeck-Ducaju et fils, Gand, 1961, AAVV, Un monde de femmes indépendantes. The first is how to relate to the theologies and spiritualities of people who inhabited cultures radically distinct from the modern and postmodern periods. Jacques PANTALÉON (1195-1264)Archdeacon of Liège, he was a great admirer of Julienne, the beguine-recluse of Mont-Cornillon, and later Augustinian nun, who, following a vision, promoted the Corpus Christi Feast. “Little Gidding” community was renewed in a community in England between 1970 and the 1990s.

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