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Ladrón de Guevara, Baltasar
Manifiesto que el Rl. Convento de Religiosas de Jesus Maria de Mexico de el Real Patronato Sujeto a el Orden de la Purissima e Immaculada Concepcion haze a el Sagrado Concilio Provincial de las Razones que le Asisten para que se digne de declarar ser la que siguen vida comun y conforme a su regla y que no se debe hazer alguna novedad en el methodo que les prescrivio el Illmo. y Exmo. Sr. Arzovpo. Dn. F. Payo Enriques de Rivera cuia resolucion pretenden que a mayor abundamiento se aprueve y el que han observado en los demas puntos que se expresan. Lo dicto el Ldo. [Licenciado] Dn. Balthazar Ladron de Guevara
A manuscript copy, most likely a working draft, of Ladrón de Guevara's adverse criticism on convent reform in the 1760s and 1770s published in 1771. This manuscript is extensively revised throughout and the revisions are those that appear in the published version, which strongly suggests that this manuscript pre-dates the published edition and that this was a working copy for it. In this account of life in the Mexican Convent of Jesús María, Ladrón de Guevara protests against the sweeping Bourbon reforms that were being made to convent life by the reformist Bishop of Puebla, Francisco Fabián y Fuero (1719-1810). From the date of his appointment in 1765, Fabián y Fuero had been most energetic in enforcing the reforms of the Mexican Church being introduced by his friend, Francisco Antonio de Lorenzana (1722-1804), Archbishop of Mexico. On 10 August 1768, Fabián y Fuero had sent a pastoral letter to the abbesses of convents stating his intention of curtailing access to private money in convents and abolishing the custom of the peculio (an allowance nuns could draw from their dowries) as well as dismantling private living arrangements within convents and dismissing all private servants. He also aimed to implement vida común or common life in convents, a reform favoured by Pope Benedict XIV intended to submit convents and religious women to the greater control of ecclesiastical authorities. Ladrón de Guevara (1725-1804) was an eminent lawyer; in 1760, a founding member of the Mexican Real Colegio de Abogados, wrote this account of life in the convent, one of the fe … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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