berengarian

ber·en·gar·i·an

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  • berengarian — ˌberə̇nˈga(a)rēən noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Berengarius (Bérenger de Tours) died 1088 French ecclesiastic + English an : one who follows Bérenger de Tours in denying transubstantiation …   Useful english dictionary

  • Berengarius of Tours — • Born at Tours about 999; died on the island of St. Cosme, near that city, in 1088 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Berengarius of Tours     Berengarius of Tours     …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Alger of Liège — (1055 1131), known also as Alger of Cluny and Algerus Magister, a learned French priest who lived in the first half of the 12th century.He was first a deacon of the church of St Bartholomew at Liège, his native town, and was then appointed (c.… …   Wikipedia

  • Berengarians — The Berengarians were a religious sect who adhered to the views of Berengar of Tours, Archdeacon of Angiers, who opposed the doctrine of transubstantiation in the mid eleventh century. The Berengarian Heresy is said to have numbered 800,000… …   Wikipedia

  • Alger Of Liège — ▪ Flemish priest also called  Alger Of Cluny, or Algerus Magister   born c. 1060, Liège, Lower Lorraine [now in Belgium] died c. 1131, Cluny, Burgundy [now in France]       Flemish priest famed in his day for his learning and writings.… …   Universalium

  • The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist —     The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist     In this article we shall consider:     ♦ the fact of the Real Presence, which is, indeed, the central dogma;     ♦ the …   Catholic encyclopedia

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