A History of Franciscan Education (c. 1210-1517) by Bert Roest

By Bert Roest

The heritage of schooling in the Franciscan order in the course of the medieval interval is gifted the following in a brand new mild. This accomplished quantity bargains a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, displaying the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan university community, among the early 13th and the early 16th century.

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123 BRLEK, 1942, 45-46; LITTLE, 1892, 36, n. 9. studia, students, lectors, and programs 35 those theological schools that de facto or de jure already had a general status) with emerging or existing local universities. The degree graduates of these theological schools thereby obtained the licentia ubique docendi (not only at Franciscan schools, but also at other universities). 126 In Northern Europe, many new universities immediately received theology faculties to which the already existing mendicant theological schools were associated.

75 THOMAS ECCLESTON, De Adventu Fratrum Minorum in Angliam, ed. G. Little, 50. 76 LITTLE, 1943, 62. 77 The average number of friars (students, teachers, and others) living in the Oxford convent in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth century would have been c. 70-80. See for more information concerning Franciscan regent masters, students, as well as for information about the Franciscan involvement with other colleges (such as Balliol) LITTLE, 1892, 9, 43-44; KURTSCHEID, 1930, 364; LITTLE, 1926, 819f; LITTLE, 1943, 65; LITTLE & PELSTER, 1934, passim.

The surviving list of Franciscan masters in Cambridge mentions for instance the ‘foreigners’ Giovanni da Casale, Giovanni di Penne, Pedro d’Aragon and Roger of Sicily. See also MOORMAN, 1952, 81-81, 94, 99-102. In 1457, the general chapter of Florence declared that all order provinces were allowed to send lectorate students to the English province (to Oxford and Cambridge, and other studia of the same province). LITTLE, 1926, 818-819. 94 Leader holds that of the 1136 known friars who absolved their university degree education at Cambridge, no less than 344 were Franciscan friars (compared to 281 Dominicans, 225 Carmelites, 224 Augustinians).

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