San Barnaba is a church in Milan, Italy. It is the first edifice of the Barnabites order.
The congregation founded in 1530 by Anthony Mary Zaccaria was given the name "Clerics Regular of St. Paul". It was approved by Pope Clement VII in the brief Vota per quae vos in 1533. In 1538 the old monastery of "Preposturale of San Barnaba in Brova" by the Milan city wall was given to the congregation as their main seat, and thenceforth they were known the popular name of Barnabites.
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