The Theatines or the Congregation of Clerics Regular of the Divine Providence are a religious order of the Catholic Church, with the post-nominal initials "C.R."
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According to ReligiousMinistries.com and their hardcopy A Guide to Religious Ministries, the Theatines still exist — at least in Colorado and New York.
Theatines Religious order. Contribute your ideas for this topic; ... (Gaetano da Thiene), founded the order of the Theatines (Congregation of Clerics Regular) ...
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For the last couple of years, the Theatines here in America have been struggling with religious vocations. The passing away of 4 of its priests within a year helped ...
Theatines. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (CLERICS REGULAR) A religious order of men, founded by Gaetano dei Conti di Tiene, Paolo Consiglieri, Bonifacio da Colle ...
Theatines: see Cajetan, Saint Cajetan, Saint, 1480–1547, Italian churchman and reformer. Son of the count of Thiene, he studied civil and canon law, but abandoned ...
Theatine definition, a member of a congregation of regular clerics, founded in Italy in 1524 to combat Protestantism and promote higher morality among Roman Catholics.