Dominican order

NOUN
  1. a Roman Catholic order of mendicant preachers founded in the 13th century
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  • Individuals were chosen from different orders and secular clergy, but primarily they came from the Dominican Order.
  • At the time, the main parish was founded in Macao and the Society of Jesus, the Franciscan Order, the Agostinho Order and Dominican Order came to Macao in succession.
  • In 1304 he was present at the general chapter of the Dominican order held at Toulouse.
  • Through his father he was related to the illustrious St. Vincent Ferrer, the great thaumaturgus of the Dominican Order. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • Louis de Paramo, one of the most respectable writers and most brilliant luminaries of the Holy Office, relates, in the second chapter of his second book, that God was the first institutor of the Holy Office, and that he exercised the power of the preaching brethren, that is of the Dominican Order, against Adam. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • But they will also encounter jarring attempts to jollify the past - as, for example, when Murphy introduces the founder of the Dominican Order as "the man celebrated in the 1963 song Dominique by the Singing Nuns" . Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
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