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  1. St Bonaventure's. Our Year 11 Media students attended the BFI revision session for Media Studies in preparation for their exams. Students took part in a fantastic seminar with students from schools across the country to discuss and debate key ideas from their media studies course.

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  2. Saint Bonaventure, Italian San Bonaventura, original name Giovanni Di Fidanza, (born c. 1217, Bagnoregio, Papal States—died July 15, 1274, Lyon; canonized April 14, 1482; feast day July 15), leading medieval theologian, minister general of the Franciscan order, and cardinal bishop of Albano.

  3. 1 de nov. de 2005 · Bonaventure received the licentia docendi by Easter 1254, in the midst of this conflict. He assumed the Franciscan Chair in theology immediately, but taught only at the Franciscan convent, unrecognized by the University. Bonaventure performed all three tasks of a Master of Theology from 1254–57.

  4. St. Bonaventure wrote this work as a concise exposition of spiritual-theology for use of the friars of his order. Often it is wrongly considered to be simply a treatise on epistemology; nevertheless it does offer a profoundly catholic corrective to the method of critique, which has so derogated the philosophies of knowledge since the days of ...

  5. St. Bonaventure's aim was to present a general portrait of the holy founder which, by the omission of certain points that had given rise to controversy, should be acceptable to all parties. This aim was surely legitimate even though from a critical standpoint the work may not be a perfect biography.

  6. St. Bonaventure's School is a Roman Catholic boys' secondary school located in the Forest Gate area of Newham, London, England. Founded in 1875, the school has a long history of providing education to boys in the local community. History [ edit] Plaque honouring Old Bonaventurians killed in both world wars, St Antony's Church, Forest Gate