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Isidore of Seville St. Isidore of Seville Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Born at Cartagena, Spainabout ; died 4 April, Isidore was the son of Severianus and Theodora.
His elder brother Leander was his immediate predecessor in the Metropolitan See of Seville ; whilst a younger brother St. Fulgentius presided over the Bishopric of Astigi.
His sister Florentina was a nunand is said to have ruled over forty convents and one thousand religious. Isidore received his elementary education in the Cathedral school of Seville. In this institution, which was the first of its kind in Spainthe trivium and quadrivium were taught by a body of learned men, among whom was the archbishopLeander.
With such diligence did he apply himself to study that in a remarkably short time mastered Latin, Greek, and Hebrew.
Whether Isidore ever embraced monastic life or not is still an open question, but though he himself may never have been affiliated with any of the religious orders, he esteemed them highly. On his elevation to the episcopate he immediately constituted himself protector of the monks.
In he pronounced anathema against any ecclesiastic who should in any way molest the monasteries.
On the death of LeanderIsidore succeeded to the See of Seville. His long incumbency to this office was spent in a period of disintegration and transition.
The ancient institutions and classic learning of the Roman Empire were fast disappearing. In Spain a new civilization was beginning to evolve itself from the blending racial elements that made up its population.
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For almost two centuries the Goths had been in full control of Spainand their barbarous manners and contempt of learning threatened greatly to put back her progress in civilization.
Realizing that the spiritual as well as the material well-being of the nation depended on the full assimilation of the foreign elements, St. Isidore set himself to the task of welding into a homogeneous nation the various peoples who made up the Hispano-Gothic kingdom.
To this end he availed himself of all the resources of religion and education. His efforts were attended with complete success.
Arianismwhich had taken deep root among the Visigothswas eradicated, and the new heresy of Acephales was completely stifled at the very outset; religious discipline was everywhere strengthened. Like Leanderhe took a most prominent part in the Councils of Toledo and Seville.
In all justice it may be said that it was in a great measure due to the enlightened statecraft of these two illustrious brothers the Visigothic legislation, which emanated from these councils, is regarded by modern historians as exercising a most important influence on the beginnings of representative government.
Isidore presided over the Second Council of Seville, begun 13 November,in the reign of Sisebut.Saint Isidore His two brothers, Leander, Archbishop of Seville, Fulgentius, Bishop of Ecija, and his sister Florentina, are all recognized by the Church as Saints.
As a boy Isidore despaired over his poor success in study, and ran away from school.
St. Isidore of Seville is a saint venerated in the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church. This saint served as the Archbishop of Seville for more than 30 years.
St. Isidore of Seville was notable for being a scholar and is commonly regarded to be the last of the Latin Fathers. Isidore succeeded his brother St.
Leander as archbishop of Sevilla (Seville) about , during a time when the Spanish church witnessed numerous councils, one of the greatest being the fourth Council of Toledo (). Isidore of Seville (c–) Archbishop of Seville from c and a distinguished administrator, teacher, and writer.
His works include Etymologies, which was an encyclopedia, and books on history, natural science, linguistic studies, and theology. St.
Isidore of Seville is a saint venerated in the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church. This saint served as the Archbishop of Seville for more than 30 years. St. St. Isidore of Seville facts: The Spanish cleric and encyclopedist St.
Isidore of Seville () is known for the legacy of ancient culture that he transmitted to the Middle Ages in his chief work, the Etymologies.
Isidore was born into a Hispano-Roman fami.