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abbot and wears
If a bishop or abbot celebrates, he wears a plain mitre ( mitra simplex ).

abbot and same
The ordinary attire of the abbot was according to rule to be the same as that of the monks.
Prior to this, the monastery would be a mere priory, headed by a prior who acts as superior but without the same degree of legal authority that an abbot has.
About the same time he published Passavantius,, a satire directed against Pierre Lizet, the former president of the Parliament of Paris, and principal originator of the " fiery chamber " ( chambre ardente ), who, at the time ( 1551 ) was abbot of St. Victor near Paris and publishing a number of polemical writings.
At the same time the church became more tolerant of war in the defense of faith, espousing theories of the just war ; and liturgies were introduced which blessed a knight's sword, and a bath of chivalric purification. The first noted support for chivalric vocation, or the establishment of knightly class to ensure the sanctity and legitimacy of Christianity was written in 930 by Odo, abbot of Cluny in the Vita of St. Gerald of Aurillac, which argued that the sanctity of Christ and Christian doctrine can be demonstrated through the legitimate unsheathing of the “ sword against the enemy .” In the 11th century the concept of a " knight of Christ " ( miles Christi ) gained currency in France, Spain and Italy.
Dōgen went to visit Kōin, the Tendai abbot of Onjō-ji Temple ( 園城寺 ), asking him this same question.
At the same time the African scholar Hadrian, became abbot of St Augustine's at Canterbury.
The land now called Bayswater belonged to the Abbey of Westminster when the Domesday Book was compiled ; the most considerable tenant under the abbot was Bainiardus, probably the same Norman associate of the Conqueror who gave his name to Baynard's Castle.
The first abbot was one Foldbriht, whose name is sufficiently rare to suggest that he may be the same Foldbriht whom Bishop Æthelwold previously installed at Abingdon and used to be a monk of Glastonbury before that time.
Shunryu's father also retired as abbot at Shogan-ji this same year, and moved the family onto the grounds of Zoun-in where he served as inkyo ( retired abbot ).
During the same year, St. Gallen reached an agreement with the abbot and Appenzell could no longer count on St. Gallen's support.
During the same year, St. Gallen reached an agreement with the abbot and Appenzell could no longer count on St. Gallen's support.
During the same year, St. Gallen reached an agreement with the abbot and Appenzell could no longer count on St. Gallen's support.
Saint Colmán of Kilroot was a sixth-century Irish disciple of Saint Ailbe of Emly and was bishop of Kilroot, at the same time as being a Benedictine abbot.
At the same time she is the subject of a homily by the Anglo-Saxon abbot Ælfric.
However, at around the same time, the new abbot of Montserrat, Joseph Arredondo, heard of his talent as well, and provided funds for him to attend the “ Escolanía ” ( Choir School ) at the famous monastery in Montserrat.
The Institutionum historiae ecclesiasticae libri IV appeared in 1726, and in the same year he was appointed by the duke of Brunswick abbot of Marienthal, to which dignity and emolument the abbacy of Michaelstein was added in the following year.
) which, while not " Rules " in the legalistic sense of later Western rules, provided firm indications of the importance of a single community of monks, living under the same roof, and under the guidance — and even discipline — of a strong abbot.
St Flannan's Cathedral ( Church of Ireland ) was built between 1185 and 1225, with an oratory for the same saint, who had been the abbot of Killaloe in the seventh century.
However, the first known abbot dates to the 10th century, and it is often assumed that in Scotland in the period before the 12th century, the roles of both bishop and abbot were one and the same.
Among others claiming rights of jurisdiction in their Shropshire estates in the same year were Edmund de Mortimer, the abbot of Cumbermere, the prior of Lanthony, the prior of Great Malvern, the bishop of Lichfield, Peter Corbett, Nicholas of Audley, the abbot of Lilleshall, John of Mortayn, Richard Fitz-Alan, the bishop of Hereford and the prior of Wenlock.
:" to go in person, taking with him good and lawful men of his county, to the chapel of St Anne on the bridge at Reading over the Thames one side of which is built on the fee of William Earl Marshal and by the view and testimony of those men see that the abbot has the same seisin of the said chapel as he had on the day the said earl died.

abbot and habit
Founded in 1120 by Blessed Conrad, Count of Seldenburen, with the first abbot being Blessed Adelhelm, a monk of St. Blaise's Abbey in the Black Forest, under whom the founder himself received the habit and ended his days there as a monk.
Profession for a long time was made by clothing with the religious habit: the aspirant could personally put on the habit or receive it, with or without ceremony, from the abbot or from the bishop.

abbot and fellow
The abbot was summoned on many occasions to sit in Parliament with fellow prelates in the House of Lords as one of the Lords Spiritual.
* Saint James of Zheleznoborov, abbot, and his fellow ascetic also named James
Around 385 AD, he was chosen by his fellow monks to succeed his uncle as the abbot of the White Monastery.
Accepted as a full-fledged member of the Shaolin Monastery, he accompanies — along with Ashena — a delegation of his fellow students and the abbot to a martial arts tournament in Shanghai.

abbot and monks
An abbot ( from Old English abbod, abbad, from Latin abbas (“ father ”), from Ancient Greek ἀββᾶς ( abbas ), from Aramaic ܐܒܐ / אבא (’ abbā, “ father ”); confer German Abt ; French abbé ) is the head and chief governor of a community of monks, called also in the East hegumen or archimandrite.
Saint John Cassian speaks of an abbot of the Thebaid who had 500 monks under him.
For the reception of the sacraments, and for other religious offices, the abbot and his monks were commanded to attend the nearest church.
When a vacancy occurred, the bishop of the diocese chose the abbot out of the monks of the convent, but the right of election was transferred by jurisdiction to the monks themselves, reserving to the bishop the confirmation of the election and the benediction of the new abbot.
The monks, then kneeling, gave him the kiss of peace on the hand, and rising, on the mouth, the abbot holding his staff of office.
This permission opening the door to luxurious living, the council of Aachen, AD 817, decreed that the abbot should dine in the refectory, and be content with the ordinary fare of the monks, unless he had to entertain a guest.
Sometimes the monks were directly subject to the lay abbot ; sometimes he appointed a substitute to perform the spiritual functions, known usually as dean ( decanus ), but also as abbot ( abbas legitimas, monasticus, regularis ).
The abbot is chosen by the monks from among the fully professed monks.
Once he has received this blessing, the abbot not only becomes father of his monks in a spiritual sense, but their major superior under canon law, and has the additional authority to confer the ministries of acolyte and lector ( formerly, he could confer the minor orders, which are not sacraments, that these ministries have replaced ).
" This title hails back to England's separation from the See of Rome, when King Henry, as supreme head of the newly independent church, took over all of the monasteries, mainly for their possessions, except for St. Benet, which he spared because the abbot and his monks possessed no wealth, and lived like simple beggars, disposing the incumbent Bishop of Norwich and seating the abbot in his place, thus the dual title still held to this day.
Here the abbot and his monks led the simplest of lives, their food often consisting of nothing but forest herbs, berries, and the bark of young trees.
The monks were to choose the abbot.
The chief theological opponents of iconoclasm were the monks Mansur ( John of Damascus ), who, living in Muslim territory as advisor to the Caliph of Damascus, was far enough away from the Byzantine emperor to evade retribution, and Theodore the Studite, abbot of the Stoudios monastery in Constantinople.
Oderisio fortified the monastery, as the people of the town of Cassino forcibly entered the monastery, and after an armed struggle forced the monks to declare Oderisio deposed and to elect another abbot in his place.
Determined to bring the Benedictines to heel, Honorius insisted that the election of Niccolo was uncanonical, and demanded that Seniorectus, the provost of the monastery at Capua, be elected as abbot, to the fury of the Monte Cassino monks.
He reassured the monks of his intentions, and in September 1127, he personally installed Seniorectus as abbot.
Aside from the Benedictines at Monte Cassino, Honorius was also determined to deal with the monks at Cluny Abbey under their ambitious and worldly abbot, Pons of Melgueil.

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