Vaida Kamuntaviciene

Vaida Kamuntaviciene
Vytautas Magnus University · Department of History

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The language question in St Catherine’s Convent in Krakės in the first half of the twentieth century After 1918, the two Catholic convents on the territory of the Republic of Lithuania faced the issue of Lithuanisation, which was solved in different ways. The Benedictine Convent in Kaunas, the provisional capital of Lithuania, had been firmly Lith...
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The Warmian (Ermland) Braniewo (Braunsberg) burgher Regina Protmann founded the community of St Catherine of Alexandria the Virgin Martyr in 1571, which the Holy See confirmed as a congregation in 1602. The congregation of sisters took an oath of poverty, chastity and obedience, agreeing to serve people, to care for those who were suffering, and to...
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The seventeenth century owners of Kedainiai town were the Calvinist Radziwiłł family. The town itself was multinational, multicultural and multiconfessional. In this situation the Catholic Church operated under difficult circumstances. In this paper we present two church inventories of the seventeenth century pastors of Kedainian Holy Trinity and S...
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Straipsnyje, remiantis Kauno benediktinių vienuolyno ir jos ūkinių valdų inventorių bei vizitacijų medžiaga, atskleidžiama šalia Kauno buvusio Petrašiūnų dvarelio padėtis 1639–1842 m., kol šis dvarelis buvo Kauno benediktinių nuosavybė. Tyrime panaudota ankstyviausia išlikusi 1700 m. vienuolyno vizitacijos medžiaga. Analizuojant 1797 m. inventorių,...
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In the 17th century, the Vilnius Diocese of the Catholic Church was the largest in Europe by territory, and one of the most multicultural. It covered the eastern and central parts of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Catholics, Orthodox believers, Uniates, Lutherans, Calvinists, Jews, Muslims, etc. lived next to one another. The delegates sent by...
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The study aims to reveal the factors that caused Kaunas Benedictine convent to become a supporter of national Polish state and a cradle of Polish culture while being in the middle of ethnic Lithuanian lands, in Kaunas. It ap­peared that the greatest impact on the development of pro-Polish attitudes was made by the chaplain of the con­vent Prancišku...
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At the end of the 16th and through the 1st half of the 17th c., seven Benedictine convents were founded in the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in Niasviaž, Vilnius, Kaunas, Minsk, Kražiai, Orša and Smolensk (Slonim) all of them functioned according to the Rule of St. Benedict. The article analyzes the Polish translations and explanations...

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