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Leonardus Marius (1588-1652) Und Die Katholische Mission In Den Niederlanden

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The Calvinists took over the government in Amsterdam and joined the chapel for the Catholic service. A portion of the inventory could be brought to safety in the Beguine. As a writer of Amstelredams eer end opcomen Catholic priest Leonardus Marius has gained proponents of miracle worship in the Netherlands that was reasonably well known and his name is mentioned on the history of Amsterdam. The Catholic Church in the Netherlands followed the seminar decree of Trent on 15 July 1563 which required a minimum of twelve years for the formation of priests. With a capacity of more than 40 students, the need of priests for the Catholic mission could be covered by the Alticollense in the Republic of the United Netherlands. The diocese chapter in Haarlem chose Marius in 1629 as the new canon. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Amsterdam; Alticollense; Catholic mission; Leonardus Marius; Netherlands



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