Resignate

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  • He was a Resignate and about seventy-three years old, but he had lived with us for nearly forty-five years, and for a long while served the Brothers patiently in the kitchen. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis
  • He was a devout man and very trusty; a Laic and Resignate that was born at Ralt, and he was nearly seventy-one years old. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis
  • He was a Laic and Resignate of about seventy-three years of age, who was born in Utrecht; but he had lived with us for about fifty-four years, and was employed in binding books. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis
  • He was a Resignate and an Oblate, who had long discharged many hard tasks as a servant of our House, for he abode with us for near of forty-four years, and at length he departed in peace, being seventy-two years old, and he was laid in the burying-place of the Laics. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis
  • He was a Laic and Resignate, a native of Zwolle, and seventy-five years old; but he had lived with us for fifty-one years, being a pattern to the Laics by the toils that he bore, and his obedience to discipline. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis
  • In the year of the Lord 1467, on the third day of the month of March, and before Compline, died Hysbrand, our tailor, a Resignate and Oblate, who was born in Amsterdam, a town of Holland. Cited from The Chronicle of the Canons Regular of Mount St. Agnes, Thomas a Kempis

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