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33 Bologna (1364–1500)’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 27 (1934), 3–61; C. Piana, Ricerche su le Università di Bologna e di Parma nel secolo XV, Spicilegium Bonaventurianum, I (Quaracchi: Typ. Collegii S. Bonaventurae, 1963); C. Piana, Nuove ricerche su le Università di Bologna e di Parma, Spicilegium Bonaventurianum, II (Quaracchi: Typ. Collegii S. Bonaventurae, 1966). 27 See for instance Thomas of Celano, Vita Secunda S. Francisci, 166; Cf. Felder, Geschichte der wissenschaftlichen Studien, 123–131.
Abate, ‘S. Antonio maestro di sacra teologia’, 265–294. The year’s noviciate was first imposed on the Friars Minor by Honorius III in the Bull Cum Secundum, issued on 22 September 1220. 13 The Stimulation of Learning by Franciscan Minister Generals After Francis’s retreat, the order was led temporarily by he vicar general Peter Catani, who had been a learned lawyer prior to his entrance in the order. Subsequent vicars and minister generals likewise were highly educated. John Parenti (1227–1232) had a background in law.
1275), William of Meliton (d. c. 1258) and Bonaventure of Bagnoregio (d. 1274), see in particular Eugene, ‘Saint Bonaventure et le grand couvent des Cordeliers’, passim; Sileo, ‘I primi maestri francescani di Parigi e di Oxford’, 651–672 and Idem, ‘La “via” teologica di Bonaventura di Bagnoregio’, in: Storia della teologia nel Medioevo, III: La teologia delle scuole, ed. G. d’Onofrio (Casale Monferrato: Piemme, 1996), 699–767. Due to conflicts with the secular masters, Bonaventure was not able to mount the chair of theology as regent master until 1257, years after he had finished all the obligations necessary for his inauguration.
Franciscan learning, preaching and mission c. 1220–1650 by Bert Roest