The order of the regular canons of Prémontré , usually called prémontrés , was founded by Saint Norbert de Xanten (1080-1134).
In 1120, Norbert founds with Prémontré close to Laon, in current the Département of Aisne in France, a regular community of Chanoine S, been subject to the rule of Saint Augustin, as well as a community of women. The community took the name of the place of the Abbaye of Prémontré at the origin of the order. They are also sometimes called Norbertins , of the name of the founder, Norbert. Right from the start, Prémontrés have a triple structure: an order of men, an order of women and an third-order, added in 1122 per Norbert, of Laic S wanting to join the spirituality of the order.
Prémontrés have a double mission: the Apostolate, as a Clerk S, i.e. the action near the faithful ones in the parishes, and the Contemplation, as the Moine S. This double mission answers the currency Augustine sanctitatem and clericatum (of holiness and apostolate) . They are sometimes considered commes of the precursors of the orders beggars.
The order of prémontrés had a clean liturgical rite between XIIe century and 1970: the Rite prémontré
List abbeys of the order
- Abbey of the Ardennes, 1160, priory as of 1154, Normandy
- Abbey of Arthous to Hastingues, Moors, abandoned with the revolution.
- Abbey of Beautiful-Star, 1215, Normandy
- Abbey of Bellozanne 1198, commune of Brémontier-Merval, Seine-Maritime (Normandy)
- Abbey Notre-Dame de Beauport, Brittany, abandoned with the revolution.
- Abbey of Blanchelande, 1155, Normandy
- Abbey of Cuissy, 1124, Aisne, abandoned with the revolution.
- Abbey of Flabémont
- Abbey of Fontcaude, XIIe century
- Abbey of Grandchamp, 1199, Yvelines (Ile-de-France), abandoned in 1681.
- Abbey of Lahonce the Atlantic, Pyrenees
- Abbey of Isle-God, commune of Vascœuil, the Eure (Normandy)
- Abbey of Jovilliers, 1142, commune of Stainville, Meuse (Lorraine), abandoned with the revolution.
- Abbey of Lucerne, 1164, commune of Lucerne-with Overseas, Handle (Normandy)
- Abbey of Mondaye (1215 - 1859) (Apple-brandy), abbey of men
- Abbey of Prémontrés de Pont-à-Mousson,
- Abbey of Prémontré (1120), commune of Prémontré, Aisne, Diocese of Laon, abandoned with the revolution.
- Abbey Midsummer's Day de Falaise (1159) (Normandy)
- Abbey Saint Martin's day de Laon (Aisne)
- Abbey of Saint-Michel-of-Frigolet (1858) (Rhone delta), abbey of men
- Abbey of Saint-Jose-with-Wood (1121), commune of Tortefontaine, Pas-de-Calais
- Abbey of Silly-in-Gouffern (1151) (Normandy)
- Abbey of Holy Foy (Aveyron)
- Monastery Holy-Anne-with-Bonlieu (Drome), (Chanoinesses norbertines)
- Abbey of Holy-Marie-with-Wood (XIIe century), commune of Vilcey-on-Trey, Meurthe-et-Moselle
- Notre-Dame Priory of Snows to Tarbes - Laloubère (Hautes-Pyrénées) and to Accous (Yrénées-Atlantiques)
- Abbey of Saint-Paul de Verdun, (Meuse)
- Abbey of Averbode
- Abbey of Good-Hope, 1130, with Estinnes (Hainaut), reconverted in catholic educational establishment in 1830
- Abbey of Floreffe, 1121
- Abbey of Grimbergen
- Abbey Notre-Dame de Leffe (1152) with Dining (Namur)
- Abbey on Park, commune of Leuwen (the Flemish Brabant)
- Abbey of Postel, 1138, with Mol (Antwerp)
- Abbey of Tongerloo
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