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  1. St Bonaventure’s Sixth Form Celebrates Phenomenal Post-16 Exam Results, Setting New Heights of Achievement. St Bonaventure's Sixth Form, in Newham, is thrilled to announce another year… 5th Jul 2022

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  2. St Bonaventure's is a Roman Catholic boys' secondary school located in the Forest Gate area in London, England. Founded in 1875, the school has a long history of providing education to boys in the local community.

    • 1877 (in Forest Gate)
    • Roman Catholic
    • In Sanctitate et Doctrina, (In Holiness and Learning)
    • VA, Teaching School
  3. 14 lug 2023 · But now, let’s turn to St. Bonaventure’s own life and work. Born in Bagnoregio (about 65 to 70 miles north of Rome), St. Bonaventure was originally named Giovanni di Fidanza. The year of his birth is not known for certain.

  4. Below you will find links to Latin, English, French & Spanish editions of St. Bonaventure's Writings: Please note, that The Franciscan Archive publishes 2 of Bonaventure’s works. See here .

  5. 18 apr 2024 · Saint Bonaventure ; canonized April 14, 1482; feast day July 15) was a leading medieval theologian, minister general of the Franciscan order, and cardinal bishop of Albano. He wrote several works on the spiritual life and recodified the constitution of his order (1260). He was declared a doctor.

  6. 1 nov 2005 · Saint Bonaventure. First published Tue Nov 1, 2005. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio (ca. 1217 to 15 July 1274), the religious name of Giovanni di Fidanza, was a Franciscan friar, Master of Theology at the University of Paris, Minister General of the Franciscan Order, and Cardinal of the Catholic Church.

  7. Saint Bonaventure, (born 1217, Bagnoregio, Papal States—died July 15, 1274, Lyon; canonized April 14, 1482; feast day July 15), Italian medieval theologian, cardinal, and minister general of the Franciscans.