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Und als Familienpackung für ein geiles Verwöhnwochenende?
So in der ganz großen Größe, für besonders viel Mega-Schmerz schon beim Einführen?
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So etwas brauche ich doch nicht!
Ich sage nur Bambi.

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to search This article is about the th-century Dominican friar. For the t= h-century Augustinian ascetic, see Jordan of Quedlinburg. Blessed Jordan = of Saxony O.P. Jordanofsaxony.png Fresco of the Blessed Jordan in the Dom= inican priory at Worms Master General of the Order of Preachers Born c. B= orgberge near Dassel, Duchy of Saxony Died at sea, near Syria Venerated=C2= =A0in Roman Catholic Church Beatified by Pope Leo XII (cultus confirmed) = Feast February Vocations to the Dominican Order Patronage Faculty of Engi= neering University of Santo Tomas Manila, Philippines Jordan of Saxony, (= referred to in Latin as Jordanis, also known as de Alamania; c. =E2=80=93= ), was one of the first leaders of the Dominican Order. His feast day is= February . =C2=A0 Contents *=C2=A0 Life *=C2=A0. Master General *=C2=A0 = Death *=C2=A0 Veneration *=C2=A0. Patronage *=C2=A0 Legacy *=C2=A0 Refere= nces *=C2=A0 External links Lifeedit Jordan belonged to the noble German = family of the Counts of Eberstein. He was born in the Castle of Borrenstr= ick, in the diocese of Paderborn. He began his studies in his native land= , and was sent to complete them at the University of Paris.=5E While a st= udent he met Dominic de Guzman, the founder of the Order of Preachers, an= d was inspired by the preaching of Reginald of Orleans (also known as Reg= inald of Saint-Gilles) to join the Dominican Order. He received the habit= on Ash Wednesday, . Jordan was a Master of Arts and a grammarian, and ta= ught in the schools of Paris.=5E In , a General Chapter of the Order held= in Bologna appointed Jordan Prior Provincial of Lombardy in Italy.=5E Ma= ster Generaledit On August , Dominic died, and in Jordan was elected as h= is successor as Master General of the Order of Preachers.=5E Like Dominic= , Jordan was famed as a strict disciplinarian whose commitment to the Rul= e was tempered with kindness. During Jordan’s administration, the young O= rder increased to over priories. Jordan is particularly remembered for hi= s eloquence in attracting candidates to join the Order. Through his lectu= res in university towns, he won many=E2=80=94allegedly well over ,=E2=80=94= professors and students for the Order from the universities of Europe, am= ong whom was Albertus Magnus who is thought to have been recruited in Pad= ua.=5E He added four new provinces to the eight already existing. Twice h= e obtained for the Order a chair at the University of Paris and helped to= found the University of Toulouse. He established the first general house= of studies of the Order.=5E Additionally, Jordan was a spiritual guide t= o many, including one of the first Dominican nuns, Diana degli Andal=C3=B2==5E He also found time to write a number of books: a life of Dominic and= several other works. Among them was the Libellus de principiis Ordinis P= raedicatorum („Booklet on the beginnings of the Order of Preachers“), a L= atin text which is both the earliest biography of Dominic and the first n= arrative history of the foundation of the Order. A section of a work by t= he friar Gerald de Frachet describing the lives of the first Dominicans, = the Lives of the Brothers (Vitae fratrum), is dedicated to describing his= character, virtue, and miracles. All of the first chroniclers of the Ord= er describe Jordan’s kindness and personal charm. He had the ability to c= onsole the troubled and to inspire the despondent with new hope.=5E Death= edit Jordan died, at the age of forty-seven, in a shipwreck on his return= from Palestine, where he was visiting the local monasteries of the Order= The shipwreck occurred off the coast of Syria on February .=5E Jordan w= as buried in the Dominican Church of St. John in Akko, in present-day Isr= ael. His feast day is February.=5E Venerationedit Jordan of Saxony was be= atified by Pope Leo XII in . Patronageedit He is venerated as the patron = of Dominican vocations. Jordan is honored as the patron saint of the Facu= lty of Engineering of the University of Santo Tomas, in Manila, which was= founded by the Dominican Order. In Colombia, he is honored as the patron= saint of the Colegio Jordan de Sajonia, one of the most important privat= e schools of Bogota. Legacyedit Jordan of Saxony is credited with introdu= cing the pr. to search This article is about the th-century Dominican friar. For the t= h-century Augustinian ascetic, see Jordan of Quedlinburg. Blessed Jordan = of Saxony O.P. Jordanofsaxony.png Fresco of the Blessed Jordan in the Dom= inican priory at Worms Master General of the Order of Preachers Born c. B= orgberge near Dassel, Duchy of Saxony Died at sea, near Syria Venerated=C2= =A0in Roman Catholic Church Beatified by Pope Leo XII (cultus confirmed) = Feast February Vocations to the Dominican Order Patronage Faculty of Engi= neering University of Santo Tomas Manila, Philippines Jordan of Saxony, (= referred to in Latin as Jordanis, also known as de Alamania; c. =E2=80=93= ), was one of the first leaders of the Dominican Order. His feast day is= February . =C2=A0 Contents *=C2=A0 Life *=C2=A0. Master General *=C2=A0 =Death *=C2=A0 Veneration *=C2=A0. Patronage *=C2=A0 Legacy *=C2=A0 Refere= nces *=C2=A0 External links Lifeedit Jordan belonged to the noble German =family of the Counts of Eberstein. He was born in the Castle of Borrenstr= ick, in the diocese of Paderborn. He began his studies in his native land=, and was sent to complete them at the University of Paris.=5E While a st=udent he met Dominic de Guzman, the founder of the Order of Preachers, an= d was inspired by the preaching of Reginald of Orleans (also known as Reg=inald of Saint-Gilles) to join the Dominican Order. He received the habit= on Ash Wednesday, . Jordan was a Master of Arts and a grammarian, and ta=ught in the schools of Paris.=5E In , a General Chapter of the Order held= in Bologna appointed Jordan Prior Provincial of Lombardy in Italy.=5E Ma=ster Generaledit On August , Dominic died, and in Jordan was elected as h=is successor as Master General of the Order of Preachers.=5E Like Dominic=, Jordan was famed as a strict disciplinarian whose commitment to the Rul=e was tempered with kindness. During Jordan’s administration, the young O=rder increased to over priories. Jordan is particularly remembered for hi=s eloquence in attracting candidates to join the Order. Through his lectu=res in university towns, he won many=E2=80=94allegedly well over ,=E2=80=94=professors and students for the Order from the universities of Europe, am=ong whom was Albertus Magnus who is thought to have been recruited in Pad=ua.=5E He added four new provinces to the eight already existing. Twice h=e obtained for the Order a chair at the University of Paris and helped to= found the University of Toulouse. He established the first general house= of studies of the Order.=5E Additionally, Jordan was a spiritual guide t=o many, including one of the first Dominican nuns, Diana degli Andal=C3=B2==5E He also found time to write a number of books: a life of Dominic and= several other works. Among them was the Libellus de principiis Ordinis P=raedicatorum („Booklet on the beginnings of the Order of Preachers“), a L=atin text which is both the earliest biography of Dominic and the first n=arrative history of the foundation of the Order. A section of a work by t=he friar Gerald de Frachet describing the lives of the first Dominicans, =the Lives of the Brothers (Vitae fratrum), is dedicated to describing his= character, virtue, and miracles. All of the first chroniclers of the Ord=er describe Jordan’s kindness and personal charm. He had the ability to c=onsole the troubled and to inspire the despondent with new hope.=5E Death=edit Jordan died, at the age of forty-seven, in a shipwreck on his return= from Palestine, where he was visiting the local monasteries of the Order= The shipwreck occurred off the coast of Syria on February .=5E Jordan w=as buried in the Dominican Church of St. John in Akko, in present-day Isr=ael. His feast day is February.=5E Venerationedit Jordan of Saxony was be=atified by Pope Leo XII in . Patronageedit He is venerated as the patron =of Dominican vocations. Jordan is honored as the patron saint of the Facu=lty of Engineering of the University of Santo Tomas, in Manila, which was= founded by the Dominican Order. In Colombia, he is honored as the patron= saint of the Colegio Jordan de Sajonia, one of the most important privat=e schools of Bogota. Legacyedit Jordan of Saxony is credited with introdu=cing the pr
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