2 edition of Grosseteste as administrator of the diocese of Lincoln. found in the catalog.
Grosseteste as administrator of the diocese of Lincoln.
Virginia Marie Sister.
Written in English
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Hugh of Wells (died 7 February ) was a medieval Bishop of began his career in the diocese of Bath, where he served two successive bishops, before joining royal service under King John of served in the royal administration until , when he was elected to the see, or bishopric, of John was excommunicated by Pope Innocent III in November , Hugh . Grosseteste, ROBERT, Bishop of Lincoln and one of the most learned men of the Middle Ages; b. about ; r 9, He came from Stradbroke in the county of Suffolk. Little is known of his family, but it was certainly a poor one. His name is probably a family name.
The diocese which for eighteen years Grosseteste administered was the largest in England; it extended from the Humber to the Thames, and included no less than nine counties; and the work of government and reform was rendered particularly difficult by the litigious character of the age. Charlotte may be contacted on 70 38 64 or at @ Jonny Bell joined us from the Diocese of Norwich and he is the Rising Generations worker at St Swithin’s.
Lincoln (/ ˈ l ɪ ŋ k ə n /) is a cathedral city and county town of Lincolnshire in the East Midlands of England. The non-metropolitan district of Lincoln had a population of 94, The census gave the urban area of Lincoln, which includes North Hykeham and Waddington, a population of , Roman Lindum Colonia developed from an Iron Age settlement on the River Witham. 5 Boyle, ‘Robert Grosseteste and the Pastoral Care’, 3–51; Srawley, ‘Grosseteste’s Administration of the Diocese of Lincoln’, 6 James McEvoy, The Philosophy of Robert Grosseteste (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), 7 See for example his letters to two archbishops, Boniface of Savoy and Edmund Rich, in which.
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The Principal Shepherds of the Sheep: Grosseteste’s Administration within the Diocese In: Robert Grosseteste and the 13th-Century Diocese of Lincoln Author: Philippa M.
HoskinAuthor: Philippa M. Hoskin. Robert Grosseteste and the 13th-Century Diocese of Lincoln: An English Bishop's Pastoral Vision Philippa M.
Hoskin BRILL pages $ Hardcover Later Medieval Europe; Volume 19 DA90 Hoskin examines the pastoral theory and practice of Grosseteste within the diocese of Lincoln, where he was bishop from to Series:Later Medieval Europe, Volume: In this book Philippa Hoskin offers an account of the pastoral theory and practice of Robert Grosseteste, bishop of Lincolnwithin his diocese.
Grosseteste has been considered as an eminent medieval philosopher and theologian, and as a bishop focused on pastoral care, but there has been no attempt to consider how his scholarship influenced Author: Philippa Hoskin.
Published as part of the Rolls Series inthese collected letters date mainly from –53, when, as bishop of Lincoln, their author presided over the largest diocese in England.
Both a scientist and a theologian, Robert Grosseteste (c–) boasts what the medieval historian R. Southern describes as 'a rarely paralleled Cited by: 9. The relationship continued after his election as bishop of Lincoln. Grosseteste wrote frequently to Franciscan friends and ministers general requesting knowledgeable and skilled brothers to be sent to him to aid him in the administration of his very large diocese (he similarly employed Dominicans).
Robert Grosseteste (/ ˈ ɡ r oʊ s t ɛ s t / GROHS-test; Latin: Robertus Grosseteste; c. – 9 October ) was an English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian, scientist and Bishop of Lincoln.
He was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk. Upon his death, he was almost universally revered as a saint in England, but attempts to procure a formal canonisation failed. Document setting out Grosseteste's position on visitation of the dean and chapter of Lincoln Cathedral: p.
The Chapter's Objections to Episcopal Visitation: p. Letter (25 August ) of Pope Innocent IV concluding the Disputebetween Bishop Grosseteste and His Chapter: p.
DIOCESE OF LINCOLN PARISH FACT SHEET This form is designed to give an overview of a parish to be used in a vacancy to help it find an appropriate incumbent. It will be accepted as the “statement describing the conditions, needs and traditions of the parish” required by the Patronage (Benefices) Measure Additional.
Official website of the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln. The Letters of Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln Frank A.C. Mantello, Joseph Goering (trans., ann.) Robert Grosseteste (c) was an English statesman, philosopher, theologian, and bishop of Lincoln, and also one of the most controversial figures in his country's episcopate.
Long valued as an important source of information about their author, bishop of Lincoln from to and the most learned and influential churchman of his day, Grosseteste’s letters illustrate, perhaps better than any other source, the character and convictions of a man who was, in the words of.
Last but not least, the book is completed by two appendices. In the first appendix Hoskin presents the itinerary of bishop Grosseteste within and outside Lincoln diocese from the year of his election,until his death inwhich is particularly useful to determine his whereabouts during his pontificate.
Robert Grosseteste (c. – October 9, ), English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian and bishop of Lincoln, was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk. A.C. Crombie calls him "the real founder of the tradition of scientific thought in mediaeval Oxford, and in some ways, of the modern English intellectual tradition".
A prolific writer, gifted administrator, and respected teacher, Grosseteste was a leader of the English church in the thirteenth century. Considered one of the most learned men of the Middle Ages. Hoskin, Philippa () Robert Grosseteste and the 13th-Century Diocese of Lincoln: An English Bishop's Pastoral Vision.
Later Medieval Europe, Brill. In this book Philippa Hoskin offers an account of the pastoral theory and practice of Robert Grosseteste, bishop of Lincolnwithin his diocese.
Grosseteste has been considered as an eminent medieval philosopher and theologian, and as a bishop focused on pastoral care, but there has been no attempt to consider how his scholarship influenced his pastoral practice. In Grosseteste was elected bishop of Lincoln, the largest diocese of England.
He was a compromise candidate, but he acted as a powerful and rigorous leader. The Minors were his assistants in ecclesiastical duties and also procured him Greek books. In. 'Robert Grosseteste and the 13th-century diocese of Lincoln: an English bishop's pastoral vision'.
[Book Review]. Journal of British Studies 59 (2) /jbr Bishop of Lincoln and one of the most learned men of the Middle Ages; b. about ; d. 9 October, He came from Stradbroke in the county of Suffolk. Little is known of his family, but it was certainly a poor name is probably a family name.
The first definite date which we can connect with his life, is that of a letter written in by Giraldus Cambrensis to recommend him to the. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Rotuli Roberti Grosseteste Episcopi Lincolniensis, V-MCCLIII Item Preview Diocese of Lincoln.
Bishop ( Grosseteste). Robert Grosseteste (?–), bishop of Lincoln (–53), was an activist bishop who insisted on the supremacy of pastoral office over any other kind of clerical work In his letter-book.
Because of Grosseteste’s influence, Oxford began to give greater weight to the study of science, particularly geometry, physics, and mathematics.
Roger Bacon, an important progenitor of scientific method, was a pupil of Grosseteste, and John Wycliffe was strongly influenced by him as well.
He became Bishop of Lincoln in Robert Grosseteste or Grossetete was an English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian, scientist and Bishop of Lincoln. He was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk.