Robert of Molesme, Saint
Robert of Molesme, Saint
Founder of the Abbey of Citeaux and the monastery at Molesme (d. 1111)

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  • Robert of Molesme, Saint — ▪ Roman Catholic saint born c. 1027, Troyes, Fr. died 1110, Molesme; canonized 1222; feast day April 29       French Benedictine monk and abbot, monastic reformer, and founder of Cîteaux (Latin Cistercium) Abbey (1098), which developed into the… …   Universalium

  • Robert de molesme — Naissance v.1029 Champagne, français Décès 17 avril 1111  Nationalité …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Robert de Molesme — Naissance v.1029 Champagne, français Décès 17 avril 1111  Nationalité français Canonisation en 1220 par Le pape Honorius III Fête …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Robert of Molesme — Infobox Saint name=Saint Robert of Molesme birth date=1028 death date=death date|1111|4|17|mf=y feast day=April 29 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=200px caption=A painting of the founders of Citeaux, showing saints Robert, Alberic,… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert of Molesme — n. Saint Robert (c.1027 1111) Christian saint and abbot and one of the founders of the Cistercian Order in France …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Robert de Molesmes — Robert de Molesme Robert de Molesme Naissance v.1029 Champagne, français Décès 17 avril 1111  Nationalité …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Molesme Abbey — was a well known Benedictine[1] monastery in Molesme,[2] in Laignes, Côte d Or, Burgundy, on the border of the Dioceses of Langres and Troyes. Contents 1 History 2 Present day …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Robert — Saint Rupert or Robert may be: *Rupert of Salzburg (d. 710) *Rupert of Bingen (d. 732) * Robert of Molesme (d. 1111) * Robert of Newminster, established the Abbey of Newminster (d. 1159) * Robert Bellarmine, Doctor of the Church (d. 1621)Saint… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint ordre de Cîteaux — Ordre cistercien Pour les articles homonymes, voir SOC. Armes de l ordre de Cîteaux L’ordre cistercien (Ordo cisterciensis, o.cist.), également connu s …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Molesme — Pour le village homonyme dans le département de l Yonne voir Molesmes 47° 56′ 08″ N 4° 21′ 28″ E / …   Wikipédia en Français

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