Order of Premontre, Premonstratensians, Norbertines, and White Canons

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Life of Lord Norbert, Archbishop of Magdeburg

“Vita-A”

Introduction Footnotes:

1 Fr. Antry, ordained in 1966, in 1979 received his Ph.D. in medieval studies from Notre Dame University, where his advisor was Titular Abbot Astrik L. Gabriel, O. Praem. He currently heads the Institute for Religion and Culture, and is Archivist and Vocation Director at Daylesford Abbey, Paoli, Pennsylvania. Past assignments include Prior and Master of Novices at Daylesford, and Professor of Classical Languages and Theology, first at Abbot Pennings High School, DePere, WI, then later at St. John Neumann High School, Philadelphia, PA. Ted currently serves on the Commission of Canonical Life and Spirit of the Order and is a Fellow on the Historical Commission. Since 1988 he is Associate Editor of the Communicator. (Editor's Note).

2 Present location: Berlin, 805, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Ms. theol. lat. 79, fol. 90r-110v.

3 MGH Scriptores XII, pp. 670-703.

4 AA.SS vol. XXI, June 6, Paris-Rome, 1867, pp. 807-847.

5 Hamburg, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Scrin. 17, Fragment 21.

6 Wilfried M. Grauwen, "Inleiding tot de Vita Norberti A", Analecta Praem. LX (1984) #1-2, pp. 5-48.

7 Richard Rosenmund, Die ältesten Biographieen des Heiligen Norbert, Berlin, 1874.

8 Grauwen, op. cit., p. 13-17

9 Ibid. p.5-9.

10 Ibid. p. 9-12.

Chapter 1, Footnotes:

11 Paschal II, (1099-1118).

12 Henry V (1106-1125).

13 City on the Rhine River (North Rhine-Westphalia).

14 City in the Netherlands (Province of Limburg), located where the Niers River flows into the Meuse.

15Between Nijmegen, Gennep and Cleves.

16 Located in present-day Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia), some distance northeast of Xanten.

17 Ps. 34 (33):15; Ps. 37 (36):27

18 Benedictine monastery about 20 km. southeast of Cologne (North Rhine-Westphalia).

19 Abbot of Siegburg (1106-1126), Bishop of Regensburg (1126-1132)

Chapter 2, Footnotes:

20 Frederick I of Schwarzenburg (1100-1131)

Chapter 3, Footnotes:

21 Augustinian church in present-day Kerkrade in the Netherlands (Province of Limburg), not far from Aachen.

22 Ps. 66 (65): 15.

Chapter 4, Footnotes:

23 Council opened in late July 1118.

24 James 5:20.

25 James 1:27.

26 Matthew 3:4.

27 Genesis 3:21.

Chapter 5, Footnotes:

28 Between Namur and Liège (Province of Liège)

29 St.-Gilles-du-Gard, pilgrimage site, south of Nîmes.

30 Gelasius II (1119-1119)

Chapter 6, Footnotes:

31 Wednesday, March 26, 1119.

32 Burchard, Bishop of Cambrai

33 Acts 5:39

34 Hugh of Fosse, Abbot of Prèmontrè (1128-1161/64)

35 Hebrews 11:13.

36 Matthew 10:10; Luke 9:3; Luke 10:4

Chapter 7, Footnotes:

37 Southwest of Namur (Prov. of Namur)

38 West of Namur on the Sambre River (Prov. of Namur)

39 Luke 10:5-6

40 Ps. 39 (38):13; 1 Peter 2:11.

Chapter 8, Footnotes:

41 Northwest of Namur (Prov. of Namur)

42 Wisdom 6:4; Romans 13:1.

43 Luke 10:6.

44 5 km. south of Gembloux (Prov. of Namur)

45 Callistus II (1119-1124).

46 October 20-30, 1119.

Chapter 9, Footnotes:

47 Bartholomew de Joux (1113-1150); died June 26, 1158.

48 Ps. 119 (118).

49 Benedictine Monastery.

50 Genesis 29:15-30.

51 David, cf. I Samuel 16:23.

52 Matthew 12:32; Luke 12:10.

53 John 16:13.

54 I Cor. 4:16.

55 Luke 19:14.

56 II Cor. 6:9.

57 Prémontré is 18 km. west of Laon.

58 Evermode became provisor of Gottesgnaden and later provost of Our Lady's Church in Magdeburg (1138) and still later was Bishop of Ratzeburg (1154-1178)

59 Exechiel 28:12.

Chapter 10, Footnotes:

60 Nivelles is 31 km. south of Brussels. There is an eleventh century collegiate church there dedicated to St. Gertrude. 

Chapter 11, Footnotes:

61 This story is not found in Vita B.

62 Genesis 21:8.

Chapter 12, Footnotes:

63 1 Cor. 4:15.

64 City located southwest of Namur (Prov. of Namur). 

65 Deuteronomy 32:11.

66 Ps. 55 (54):7.

67 Matthew 15:13.

68 Luke 6:48.

69 Ps. 25 (24):10.

70 Opening line of the Rule of St. Augustine.

71 John 20:12.

72 Exodus 28:42-48.

73 Exodus 28:42.

74 Hebrews 4:13.

75 II Cor. 6:14-15.

76 Matthew 13:12.

77 Known also as Thomas de Marle; died 1130.

78 Succeeded his father in 1130.

79 Matthew 15:13.

80 Saturday, November 18, 1122.

Chapter 13, Footnotes:

81 Daniel 7:19ff.

82 I John 2:18 and II John 7.

83 St.-Nicholas-au-Bois, a Benedictine Abbey, a few km. from Prémontré

84 Ecclesiasticus 46:1; Hebrews 11:34. The complete antiphone is found in the office of the Apostles, viz. the Magnificat antiphon for the 2nd Vespers of Barnabas (June 11) and Bartholomew (August 24) and for 1st Vespers of Matthias (February 24).

Chapter 14, Footnotes:

85 Cf. Jeremiah 20:14

86 John 8:44.

87 Isaiah14:12

88 Isaiah 14:13-14.

89 II Timothy 4:1.

90 City in the Netherlands (Prov. of Limburg) 

91 Luke 8:12.     

Chapter 15, Footnotes:

92 Died January 13, 1127 at Ilbenstadt.

93 Prov. of North Rhine-Westphalia.

94 Godfrey's wife was Jutta.

95 Otto of Cappenberg, died probably on January 26, 1171.

96 Frederick of Arnsberg, died 1124.

97 John 16:33.

98 Acts 1:18.

99 Theobald of Champagne, IV of Blois; died 1152. 

100 II Cor. 6:10.

101 Honorius II (1124-1130).

102 April 11, 1126.

103 Oberzell.

Chapter 16, Footnotes:

104 Died 1115.

105 St. Michael's Abbey, Antwerp 

Chapter 17, Footnotes:

106 II Cor 6:14.

107 John 13:1.

Chapter 18, Footnotes:

108 Lothair was actually not Emperor until June 4, 1133.

109 Gerard Caccianemici, Cardinal Priest, later Pope Lucius II (1144-1145).

110 Actually the pontificates of Popes Innocent II (1130-1143) and Celestine II (1143-1144) fell between Honorius II and Lucius II.

111 Adelbert I of Mainz (1110-1137).

112 Later Archbishop of Trier (1131-1152). 

113 The primicerius was a diocesan dignitary.

114 Matthew 25:21.

115 Norbert was consecrated bishop by his suffragan bishop, Udo of Naumburg, on July 25, 1126. 

116 Luke 12:42.

117 Matthew 25:19.

118 Acts 5:41.

119 II Timothy 4:2.

120 Judith 13:30; Acts 10:25.

121 Matthew 27:1.

122 Hugh of Fosse, Abbot of Prémontré, 1128-1161/64.

123 II Samuel 3:12.

Chapter 19, Footnotes:

124 Innocent II (1130-1143).

125 As Antipope he took the name of Anacletus II (1130-1138)

126 October 18-29, 1131.

127 According to Father Grauwen (Norbertus, Aartsbisschop van Maagdenburg1126-1134, pp. 302f.), the uprising at Magdeburg took place in June/July 1129. Therefore the sequence of events is out of order.

128 June 29-30, 1129.

129 Luke 22:32.

130 Ps. 34 (33):18.

Chapter 20, Footnotes:

131 Matthew 15:13.

132 Benedictine Abbey of Berge. 

133 Gevenkenstein is near Halle on the Saale River. 

Chapter 21, Footnotes:

134 Valentano is located to the west of Lake Bolsena, which is about 10 miles northwest of Viterbo. 

135 I Peter 5:8.

136 Orte and Narni are located to the north of Rome.

137 Located south of Rome.

138 One of the Seven Hills of Rome.

139 A Church on the Aventine Hill.

Chapter 22, Footnotes:

140 De disciplina christiana.

141 June 6, 1134.

Chapter 23, Footnotes:

             142 Since Norbert was buried on June 11, 1134, this calculation must be wrong.

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