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Roman Catholic order of mendicant friars, religious men who lead a monastic life, including the choral recitation of the liturgical office, but do active work. It was founded in 1233 by a group of seven cloth merchants of Florence, known as the Seven Holy Founders; they left their families and occupations to withdraw outside the gates of Florence and live a life of poverty, penance, and fellowship. The order was recognized in 1256 by Pope Alexand…
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