Zelanti (Lat., zelantes, ‘those who are eager’). Franciscans in the Franciscan Controversy of the 13th cent., who opposed any modification of the Rule as established by St Francis in 1221 and revised by him in 1223. The Relaxati supported modification of the Rule. The term is also used of other strongly committed, and usually conservative, groups.
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