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Also other manorial lords showed sympathy and toleration, perhaps due to the fact that this country had seen the Hussites now called Piccards for nearly a century, and allowed complete freedom of conscience to practically all sorts of beliefs. Compelled by the emergency situation, the need of taking care of the many indigent brethren, they pooled all their possessions and money in the manner of the first church in Jerusalem.

But this act was at first not understood as a definite step toward complete community of goods comprising both consumption and production. This development came but slowly step by step. The groups around lived by no means in brotherly harmony; local quarrels over leadership and form of community-life marred these first years in Moravia.

Details of this intricate story cannot be told here, but it soon became obvious that Hutter was by far the strongest leader of all. In the evangelical nonresistant Anabaptists of Moravia broke up into three groups: They returned through Austria to South Germany. On their way many were imprisoned in Passau see Ausbund , while others decided to stay in Upper Austria where still in the s Peter Riedemann visited them and managed eventually a merger with the Hutterian Brethren.

This group stressed the suffering church in particular and with it Gelassenheit see also Hans Haffner. They, too, soon moved out of Moravia back to Silesia, Ascherham's home country. But soon they became disappointed with their leader, who tended more and more toward a vague spiritualism. Between and most of these Gabrielites returned and likewise merged with the Hutterites. The doctrinal basis for this is contained in a document inserted in the Geschicht-Buch, Wolkan, , "Der Gabrieler Vereinigung mit uns.

Other groups of evangelical Anabaptists in Moravia who did not accept community of goods were given the general name " Swiss Brethren ," even though they did not come from Switzerland. Also a small group of followers of Pilgram Marpeck were found in Southern Moravia under the leadership of Leopold Scharnschlager. Yet these groups later disappeared, while the Hutterian Brethren managed to maintain themselves through all early hardships and local persecutions. This may have been due to a large extent to a remarkable number of outstanding leaders: Although "expelled" from Moravia more than once upon mandates by Ferdinand the later emperor , they yet somehow succeeded in finding the sympathy of the manorial lords, who quickly recognized their value as craftsmen and tillers of the soil.

Many of these lords were either Protestants or at least in sympathy with the Reformation, and proud of their quasi-independence from the government in Vienna. And thus Moravia remained the one stable place in this century of intolerance and suffering.

In the Brethren also moved east across the border into adjacent Slovakia then a part of Hungary where the influence of the Hapsburgs was still weaker, and where a good many of the lords belonged to the Reformed faith. Jakob Hutter was a leader for only two years ; he returned to Tyrol where eventually he too fell into the hands of his persecutors.

In February he was martyred. Hans Amon thereupon became the Vorsteher or head bishop of the brotherhood, , being a strong and inspiring leader. In this time organized missionary activities of the brethren set in, perhaps the first such in all of Europe. Missioners Sendboten were sent out to many places knowing quite well the fate ahead of them; 80 per cent of them died a martyr's death , and those in the throes of death were comforted by epistles and visiting brethren e.

One of the strongest missioners of this time was Peter Riedemann, who went more than once to Upper Austria and to Hesse. While in jail in Hesse , he drew up that outstanding document which from now on became the very symbolic book of the brotherhood, the Account of Our Religion Rechenschaft printed , and again in the 19th and 20th century.

In he shared the leadership of the brotherhood with Leonhard Lanzenstiel or Seiler. While elsewhere persecution intensified Anabaptism had died out by the middle of the 16th century in the Hapsburg domain except Tyrol ; it declined in Bavaria and other German lands , in Moravia on the contrary it experienced now a kind of flowering.

This was particularly true during the reign of Emperor Maximilian II , himself rather in sympathy with Protestantism, hence averse to any harsh measures. Although the Jesuits had been admitted in Hapsburg territories since about , they did not find full influence in Moravia until the end of the century.

It is true that Nikolsburg had changed hands; the Dietrichsteins bought it in , but even though they were more in sympathy with the Counter-Reformation, the Brethren could still persist here, too, relatively peacefully, until the coming of the Cardinal Franz von Dietrichstein in , the very head of the Catholic party.

During the Golden Period the Brethren, now well established all over southern Moravia and Slovakia, found a particularly strong leader in Peter Walpot , a Tyrolean, who led the group in , and whose activities added much to further consolidate the brotherhood.

A number of regulations were drawn up, both for the general conduct of the brotherhood and for the different crafts or trades. The schools of the Brethren were organized on better defined grounds. A rich correspondence with missionaries all over the countries of German tongue came in and went out carefully recorded in a Schreibstube or scriptorium ; the great Geschicht-Buch was then begun by Kaspar Braitmichel on the basis of archival material collected almost from the very beginning. In short, it was the peak of Hutterite history.

It has been estimated that in Moravia and Slovakia together there existed at that time about one hundred Bruderhofs or farm colonies, with a population estimated at between 20, and 30, Certain estimates go as high as 70,, but that figure is most unlikely.

See the accompanying maps. While Anabaptism elsewhere except for the Netherlands and Prussia was on a sharp decline, in fact nearly disappeared as an articulated movement in the latter half of the 16th century, in remote Moravia and Slovakia it was almost on its way to becoming a distinct denomination were it not that the sect-principle, that is, brotherhood-living, continued to be dominant.

Very remarkable of that time were also contacts with the antitrinitarian Polish Brethren Socinians who in Racov Poland tried to set up their "New Jerusalem" see Antitrinitarianism , somewhat along lines which they had been studying at the Moravian Hutterite communistic colonies.

Visitors and correspondence witness to this contact which, however, never became very warm, due to basic differences both in doctrine and intellectual background.

Contacts with Swiss Brethren, in Switzerland and elsewhere, continued to be intensive; missioners were sent out and a good number of Brethren from Switzerland and South Germany joined the church in Moravia. The later bishop Ulrich Jausling, serving , had been such a Swiss newcomer. Of particular interest was here a long letter almost a tract which the Vorsteher Klaus Braidl sent to a Swiss brother Christian Raussenberger in defending on Biblical ground the principle of community of goods.

Also with the Prussian Mennonites around Elbing and Danzig contacts were obtained around the turn of the century. Even a settlement was attempted in Elbing though without success. In the meantime the peaceful period had come to an end, and severe trials were in store. Whoever would not be converted to the Roman Church was to leave Moravia. Cardinal Franz von Dietrichstein gave the lead in that movement, supported by a most vigilant government in Vienna and two priests, Christoph Erhard and Christoph Andreas Fischer , in southern Moravia, who supplied the Catholics with polemic material gross slanders , and cast suspicions of all kinds.

They incited the hatred of the poor peasant population all around who naturally could not compete with large-scale rational farm economies see Eysvogel and Jedelshauser. In short the situation became ever more precarious. Yet until they somehow managed to come through, although on a declining scale, b Turkish wars and invasions added to these internal troubles. Emperor Rudolph II asked for war contributions, and Dietrichstein was to extort them from the Brethren at one time no less than 20, fl.

Needless to say, the Brethren very decidedly declined, accepting all the consequences. Eventually c the event, later called the Thirty Years' War , , brought the Moravian establishments of the Brethren to a complete end. After the success of the Catholic forces at the White Mountain in , all restraint was dropped; complete expulsion was ordered by Vienna.

The Geschicht-Buch reported that what they lost in inventory corn, wine, cattle, linen and woolens, groceries, equipment, and furniture amounted to about , florins not assessing any houses and grounds. And all this after only one year earlier a sum of 30, fl. With these events the brotherhood begins to show a sharp decline in activities and also in loyalty to the old principles, and even in number of members and colonies in Slovakia there were only 15 colonies.

Although Moravia was now lost, the Brethren could still withdraw to their Slovakian colonies, and after also to their new Bruderhof in Alvinc, Transylvania today Rumania. In spite of continued great hardships, mainly through Turkish marauders, the Brethren carried on, and visitors were amazed by their industriousness and diligence see Grimmelshausen.

The brotherhood was fortunate enough in getting once more a bishop of outstanding qualities in leadership and spirituality, viz. He was born in a Moravian colony.

His work was an effort to revive the brotherhood in many regards: A short-lived colony was established in Mannheim in Internal discipline was re-established by strict regulations see Gemeindeordnungen. And a rich literature was produced. Of particular value for posterity was also the new custom of writing down all sermons called Lehr und Vorred.

The amount of such manuscript material is amazing; there were about such Lehren some quite voluminous books about most books of the New Testament, and many of the Old Testament, mainly prophets, psalms, also about many apocryphal books and pseudepigrapha , and about as many Vorreden shorter sermons. The Klein-Geschichtsbueh brought excerpts from these sermons. One may safely say that the Hutterian Brethren of the midth century continued the Ehrenpreis tradition at least as much if not more than any earlier tradition e.

Ehrenpreis ' Gemeinde Ordnung of was still in use, and the sermons of that period were the backbone of all spiritual life of the brethren in the 20th century. After Ehrenpreis ' death more tribulations made life in community of goods harder and harder until this core element of the Hutterites was partly abandoned, and a semiprivate or semicooperative form of economy was accepted , The great misery of Turkish invasions with its looting which the nonviolent Brethren could not stop in any way impoverished the brotherhood to such an extent that they had to turn to their Dutch Mennonite "cousins" to ask for financial help.

It is known that the Doopsgezinde most generously responded Inv. II, , a letter of thanks. Yet also this help could not prevent further troubles. After the defeat of the Turks before Vienna and their expulsion from Hungary , the Hapsburg government gained strength also in this newly conquered territory. And even though the 18th century was known as one of religious toleration, it was not the same for Hungary. Empress Maria Theresa allowed the otherwise forbidden Jesuits to exert all means to convert non-Catholics back to the Roman Church.

And what torture, dungeon, and executioners could not achieve in the 16th century, the Jesuits achieved, at least partly, in the 18th, mainly in Slovakia. Their old manuscript books were confiscated , ; children were taken away from their parents; and the more important male members were put into monasteries until they either accepted instructions and were converted, or until they died. Catholic services were established at the Bruderhofs and every one was compelled to attend.

In short, externally the Hutterite population now turned Catholic, although in secret they continued to practice their old beliefs, likewise maintaining their cooperative enterprises. From then on the nickname Habaner became the general name for these people. In Transylvania the Brethren had dwindled to scarcely more than a small group of perhaps 30 or 40 souls. Then Lutheran transmigrants from Carinthia to Transylvania they arrived in came into contact with this remnant of Hutterite life, and felt immediately attracted by this form of Christian communism.

They now joined the brotherhood, and thus brought about a rejuvenation of and rededication to the old principles. Naturally, persecutions, mainly by Jesuits, quickly set in here too. After a number of attempts to find other places the Brethren finally decided to flee Transylvania , after a stay of years , across high mountain passes almost without trails, and to enter Walachia now Romania where conditions looked favorable. Another Turkish War against Russia again brought hardships, and the great trek continued after three years.

In at the Dniester River the Brethren were received by the Russian general Count Rumyantsev , who offered them an asylum on his own estate in the Ukraine then a rather sparsely populated area. At Vyshenka the Brethren finally settled down for about one generation. In the colony was transferred to Czarist crown land at Radichev , 10 miles north. It was Johannes Waldner born in Carinthia who was then the most outstanding Vorsteher of the brotherhood It was he who between and wrote the second big chronicle of the Hutterites, the Klein-Geschichtsbuch, a work of great charm and refinement.

Loserth called Waldner a genuine historian. He was also a genuine disciple of Jakob Hutter , who with all his strength opposed the threatening abandonment of the principle of community of goods, which one group under the leadership of Jacob Walter formerly of Slovakia carried out in This new Walter-group then settled down in southern Russia Molotschna district , under the sponsorship of the Mennonite Johann Cornies , where for about 40 years it practiced private property.

In some leader dared to re-establish communal life as of old, and soon the new Hutterite villages began to thrive. Then in , universal military conscription in Russia brought an end to all former privileges, and the Brethren saw no other way out than again to migrate -- in this case to immigrate to America. The story of this migration is too long to be retold here in detail. After a trip of inspection and scouting , all the Brethren decided to come to the United States , where they chose the prairie land of South Dakota for settlement in scenery so similar to the steppe of Russia.

They arrived in , , and , settling down in complete community of goods in three colonies near Yankton.

According to these three settlements they are still today divided into the Darius-Leut named after Darius Walter , their leader , Schmiede-Leut after Michael Waldner , a blacksmith, their leader , and Lehrer-Leut named after Jacob Wipf, called the Lehrer. The last group, when still in Russia, did not practice community of goods but began to do so in South Dakota.

Those of their members who were disinclined, however, to accept this new-old form of living and wanted to stay in private ownership, later joined the group now called Krimmer Mennonite Brethren or also the General Conference Mennonites. The colonies soon grew again under the favorable conditions of American democracy and its freedom, until new suffering occurred during World War I. Then super-patriots could not understand the nonresistant attitude of these Anabaptists, and a great number of young Hutterite conscientious objectors went through almost unbelievable hardships in federal prisons.

Two men died there on account of exposure and privations. At that point the Brethren decided to move on to Canada where exemption from military service was granted. They located in southern Alberta , and south central Manitoba. However, one colony, the original one at Bonhomme, remained in South Dakota, and several new ones have been re-established there, while others were established in north central Montana from Alberta.

In , Eberhard Arnold, who had founded a community in Germany, spent a year among the Hutterian colonies and joined his group with the older movement. Bruderhof Communities has maintained a relationship with the Hutterites since that time. In the s the brotherhood was still growing, and in general their young people stayed loyal to their group. In they had close to farm colonies Bruderhofs with almost 10, souls between 50 and souls per colony.

Community of goods was practiced everywhere, rather strictly, and seemed to result in thrift and general health, both physical and moral. By and large the customs of old were observed, and this reminded the visitor occasionally of similar Amish attitudes. Although the young people learned English in their schools on each Bruderhof , they yet spoke exclusively German at home.

Since the days of Ehrenpreis 17th century , mission work was abandoned. At their services they read the sermons of old, and did not allow any new ones. The use of farm machinery, cars, telephone, and electric light was accepted, but otherwise they shared very little in modern American civilization.

They continued to copy their manuscript books by hand in fine penmanship. Only the two Chronicles and their hymnbook had been printed, together with Riedemann's Rechenschaft of and Ehrenpreis ' great Sendbrief of This article cannot describe in any way the inner life of the Brethren or their external organization; for these purposes compare the following articles: Finally also the following articles should be consulted: Gemeindeordnungen , regarding their regulations and discipline, Marriage , Medicine among the Hutterites , dealing with their barber-surgeons and physicians, Sermons—Hutterite, and naturally also the article Habaner which gives details about those who had turned Catholic in the 18th century.

North Ameria, , by branches According to J. The above lists and maps correspond to the situation around From until early , 14 new kinship colonies were established. These new colonies were according to Rev. Peter Hofer, James Valley:. The colonies of the Society of Brothers Paraguay, etc. Note for the Maps: The maps were prepared under the direction of Dr. Morwood of the Dept. The first exhaustive list of Hutterite Bruderhofs in Europe with locations concerning Moravia and Slovakia, however was that prepared by E.

Crous and published in in connection with the article Rabenska in the Mennonitisches Lexikon Installment 39, pp. The Crous lists are here reproduced, but new maps were prepared by Dr.

Robert Friedmann, two of which are based on the Mennonitisches Lexikon maps. The first two lists contained all known Bruderhofs of the 16th and 17th centuries, without indication as to the date of dissolution. They therefore do not reveal how many were in existence at any one time, although most were in existence in the "Golden Age" ca.

The only such list is the third one, which names the Bruderhofs in existence in Moravia, , being the date when all were expelled from the country. Loserth published the first list of Bruderhofs in his Communismus p.

This list he published in Mennonitisches Lexikon Haushaben, slightly revised, where 88 locations are named. He reported that a considerable number of Bruderhofs were destroyed in According to Hruby most of the Bruderhofs were in Czech nationality areas; only 9 of the 43 listed areas were in German nationality areas.

Zieglschmid's list of North American Bruderhofs Klein-Geschichtsbuch, contained only 64, although it was not quite exhaustive. Before all American Bruderhofs were in South Dakota.

The first Canadian Bruderhofs were established in Manitoba and Alberta in , when a mass migration occurred. The Hutterian Brethren practice community of goods , as first established in Moravia in and re-established by Jakob Hutter in according to the example of the first church in Jerusalem Acts 2: In there were about Hutterite colonies with a population of more than 35, The Hutterians in Japan began as a small group of Japanese Christians in They had all things in common and in a worldwide search for other groups living according to the gospel and Acts 2 and 4, their leader, Izeki, visited the Hutterian Brethren.

He was baptized at Wilson Siding Bruderhof in and confirmed as Servant of the Word two years later. The Hutterians who fled to the United States from Russia in the s and moved to Canada after World War I because of hostility and mistreatment on account of their conscientious objection against military participation, encountered fresh discrimination following the outbreak of World War II and in subsequent years.

The Hutterians refused to join any branch of the military forces, but accepted alternative service under civilian jurisdiction. In the Alberta legislature passed an act preventing the Hutterites from buying land if the site was closer than 40 miles 65 km from an existing colony, and the amount of land was limited to not more than 6, acres hectares.

In the law was amended. New colonies were formed in Montana in and in Saskatchewan in In Manitoba attempts were made to introduce restrictive legislation. Fearing restrictions like those in Alberta, a "gentleman's agreement" with the Union of Manitoba Municipalities stipulated the location of no more than one or two colonies per municipality and at least 10 miles 16 km apart. In this agreement was terminated.

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