Bernardino Ochino
b. 1487 – d. 1564 • Protestant • Protestant Reformer
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Ochino, Bernardino
Ochino, Bernardino (1487–1564), Protestant Reformer. A native of Siena, he joined the *Observantine Franciscans and rose to be their general. In 1534 he transferred to the still more austere *Capuchins, of whom he was twice (in 1538 and 1541) the vicar-general. His preaching was so eloquent and moving
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Ochino, Bernardino
Ochino, Bernardino (1487–1564). Reformer born in Siena, Italy. While he was still young he joined the Franciscans under the impact of ⇒Savonarola. In 1534 he joined the Capuchins, and on two occasions was elected general of the order. Because of his exemplary life and his inspired oratory he was recognized
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Ochino, Bernardino
Ochino, Bernardino (1487–1564). An Italian *Capuchin monk and vicar general of the order renowned for his power of preaching, Ochino became a Protestant at fifty-four years of age. He formed a close link with fellow reformer *Peter Martyr Vermigli. Fleeing the *Inquisition in Italy, Ochino went to Geneva
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Ochino, Bernardino (c. 1487–1564)
OCHINO, BERNARDINO (c. 1487–1564)An Italian Reformer, popular evangelist and author, Ochino was born in Siena, joined the *Franciscans at the age of eighteen and studied medicine at Perugia. Transferring to the newly founded Capuchins in 1534, he was elected Vicar-General of the Order in 1538 and 1541.
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Ochino, Bernardino
Ochino, Bernardino (1487–1564)Italian Catholic-turned-Protestant ReformerA native of Siena, Ochino joined the Franciscan Order around 1504 and then became vicar-general of the stricter, newly founded order of the Capuchins (1538–1542). He became a renowned penitential preacher, and after being commissioned