Johannes Brugman

BRUGMAN, Johannes (Jan). b. Kempen, the Netherlands, ca. 1400; d. Nijmegen, June 1473. Brugman joined the Order of Friars Minor-Conventual in ’s-Hertogenbosch some time between 1420 and 1425, and shortly afterwards entered the studium generale in Paris. He became swept up in the controversy over the interpretation of the rule of St Francis between the Conventual and Observant branches of the Franciscan Order (see Franciscan hymns and hymnals*) in the 1440s. Following the reformation of the Conventual convent at Gouda by Observants in 1439, and while under the influence of Observant preachers John of Capistrano and Bernardine of Sienna, Brugman himself transferred to the Observants in...

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