Bibliography

On this page an overview is given of the bibliography.
Study and Documentation Centre "Capuchins in the Low Countries"
Friary at Leuven
Although this page is still under construction, we can already offer you this profitable working tool :

Index of Vox minorum (by Guido Tireliren)

We are pleased to offer you a downloadable version of the complete title index of the journal Vox minorum, composed by father Guido Tireliren, O.F.M.Cap. (until the year 2012). An alphabetical index of persona and friaries, linked to the ID number of the articles of Vox minorum given in this index list, will provide a helpful working tool for the researcher.

  • Title index of Vox minorum (1946-2012) (with unique ID number for each title) (PDF)
  • Alphabetical index of persona - Vox minorum (with reference to the relevant ID numbers) (PDFHTML)
  • Alphabetical index of friaries - Vox minorum (with reference to the relevant ID numbers) (PDF  ;  HTML)
  • Alphabetical index of houses in Congo - Vox minorum  (with reference to the relevant ID numbers) (PDF  ;  HTML)
  • Alphabetical index of houses in Canada - Vox minorum (with reference to the relevant ID numbers) (PDF  ;  HTML)
  • Alphabetical index of houses in Pakistan - Vox minorum (with reference to the relevant ID numbers) (PDF  ;  HTML)
  • Alphabetical index of the friars' activities - Vox minorum (with reference to the relevant ID numbers (PDF  ;   HTML)

 

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Still under construction:

1.1. Provinces

Dutch Commissariat 1587-1596
Dutch Province 1595-1616
Flemish Province (P.Fland.) 1616-1782, 1790-1803
Walloon Province (P.Wall.) 1616-1782, 1790-1796/1797
Walloon Custody of Lille (P.Ins.) 1669/1671-1684
Flemish Custody of Dunkirk (C.Dunk.) 1672-1684
Province of Lille (P.Ins.) 1684-1789
Liège Province (P.Leod.) 1704-1796
Custody of Dunkirk (C.Dunk.) 1773-1789/1791
Austrian-Dutch Congregation 1782-1790
Custody of the Holy Trinity (C.SS.Trin.) 1782-1842
Belgian Custody 1812-1845

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 1.2. Friaries

 

Provincia Belgica (antiqua) (1585-1616)

Decision First prior P.Belg. P.Fland. P.Wall. P.Ins C.Dunk P.Leod. C.SS.Trin. 
 1. Antwerp 1585 1585 x          
 2. Brussels 1587 1587 x x          
 3. Ghent 1589 1589 x x          
 4. Leuven 1591 1591 x x          
 5. Douai 1591 1591  x    x      
 6. Bruges 1592  1592 x  x          
 7. Arras(1) 1592  1592 x    x        
 8. Tournai 1592  1592 x    x        
 9. Lille 1592  1592  x     x  x      
10. Béthune(2) 1594  1595 x x  x        
11. Valenciennes 1594  1595 x  x   x  x      
12. Saint-Omer 1594  1595 x x  x      
13. Dendermonde  1595  1596 x x          
14. Mons  1595  1595 x   x        
15. Mechelen  1598  1599 x          
16. Aire-sur-la-Lys  1598  1601 x x    x      
17. Liège, Saint-Michel 1598  1601 x    x      x  
18.  Menen  1603  1603 x        
19.   Armentières 1603   1604 x    x      
20.   Namur  1603  1604 x    x        
 21.  Veurne  1604  1605 x x      x    
 22.  Huy  1607  1607  x        
 23.  Ypres  1608  1609  x        
 24.  Ath  1608  1610  x          
 25.  Oudenaarde  1608  1608  x x          
 26.  Maastricht  1609  1610  x          x
 27.  Orchies  1612  1612  x            
 28.  Kortrijk  1610  1610  x x          
 29.  Bergues-Saint-Winnoc  1611  1611  x          
 30.  's-Hertogenbosch(3)  1611  1613  x          
 31.  Cambrai  1611  1612  x          
 32.  Maubeuge  1611  1615  x          
 33.  Dinant  1612  1617  x         x  
 34.  Aalst  1614  1614  x  x          
 35.  Sint-Truiden  1614  1615  x  x          x
 36.  Ostend  1615  1615  x  x          
 37.  Soignies  1616  1617  x            
 38.  Enghien (= Edingen)  1615  1616  x            

 

 

Provincia Wallonica (1616-1796)             

Decision First prior ---------- P.Fland. P.Wall. P.Ins C.Dunk P.Leod. C.SS.Trin. 
39. Marville(4)  1616 1617             
40. Merville  1617  1617     x  x      
41. Malmedy  1617  1617          
42. Thuin  1617  1619         x  
43. Arlon  1621  1622            
44. Luxembourg  1622  1624            
45. Spa  1624  1624            
46. Thionville(5)  1624  1625            
47. Condé  1643  1643            
48. Stavelot  1644  1647            
49. Eupen  1661  1661            
50. Liège, Ste Margueritte  1661  1662            
51. Charleroi  1667-9  1679            
52. Verviers  1685  1685            

  

 

Provincia Flandriae (1616-1796)              

Decision First prior ---------- P.Fland. P.Wall. P.Ins C.Dunk P.Leod. C.SS.Trin. 
53. Hasselt  1616 1619             
54. Guelders  1619  1619   x          
55. Lier  1620  1624   x          
56. Bourbourg  1621  1622            
57. Maaseik  1625  1626            
58. Breda(6)  1625  1625            
59. Tervuren  1625  1625            
60. Dunkirk  1626  1626            
61. Bailleul  1628  1628            
62. Velp  1662  1662            
63. Tienen  1669  1669            
64. Aarschot  1683  1687            
65. Meersel 1686   1687            
66. Munsterbilzen  1779  1779            

 

 

Provincia Coloniensis                                 

Decision First prior ---------- P.Fland. P.Wall. P.Ins C.Dunk P.Leod. C.SS.Trin. 
67. Wittem 1732                                     

P.Belg. = Provincia Belgica ; P.Fland. = Provincia Flandro-Belgica ; P.Wall. = Provincia Wallonica ; P.Ins. = Provincia Insulensis (=Lille); C.Dunk. = Custodia Dunkercana ; P. Leod. = Provincia Leodiensis (= Liège) ; C.SS.Trin. = Custodia SS. Trinitatis

*(1) Arras, 1640 : annexed to the Parisian province
*(2) Béthune, 1659 : annexed to the Parisian province
*(3) 's-Hertogenbosch, 1629 : city conquered by the Dutch Republic; friary abolished
*(4) Marville, 1769 : the village Saint-Jean-devant-Marville is annexed to France, but the friary remains with the Walloon Province; with the formation of the Austrian Dutch Congregation (1782), the government decides that the friary can no longer be a member of this province and it is subsequently annexed to the Province of Champagne
*(5) Thionville, 1643 : after the conquest of the city, the friaries are annexed to the province of Champagne
*(6) Breda, 1637 : city conquered by the Dutch republic ; friary abolished
*(7) Charleville : until 1625 (after that belonging to the Provincia Hibernica)

 

1.3. Bishops

 

1.4. Most significant friars
  • 1.4.1. Members of the provinces in the Low Countries
  • 1.4.2. Members of others provinces born in the Low Countries
  • 1.4.3. Foreign Capuchins

1.5. Missions

  • Missionering Congo - de kapucijnen (1640-1835) ; overzicht met vele illustraties

1.6. Capuchinesses

1.7. People linked to the Order

1.8. Terms


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