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2 edition of rule of St. Benedict. found in the catalog.

rule of St. Benedict.

Benedict Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino.

rule of St. Benedict.

Edited by D.H. Farmer.

by Benedict Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino.

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Published by Rosenkilde and Bagger in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines,
  • Monasticism and religious orders -- Rules,
  • Farmer, D. H

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English manuscripts in facsimile -- v. 15
    ContributionsBodleian Library.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX3004 A2 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18287387M

    The Rule of Saint Benedict (English/Latin Hardcover) quantity. Add to cart. Category: Devotional Texts. Description Reviews (0) Description. Learn from The Founder of Western Monasticism In partnership with Roman Catholic Books, Lancelot Andrewes Press brings you a classic translation of the Rule of St. Benedict. This hardcover text provides an. This rule of life is - in Christ - the heart and soul of the most successful religious order in history. Written by a spiritual father for his children, The Rule of St. Benedict is not only an ideal guide for the individual wishing to follow the Benedictine path; it is also an indispensable tool for the spiritualization of family life. A timeless classic by the founder of Western monasticism.

      ‎Quote: The Rule of Saint Benedict (Regula Benedicti) is a book of precepts written by St. Benedict of Nursia for monks living communally under the authority of an abbot. Since about the 7th century it has also been adopted by communities of women. During the /5(5). The Rule of St. Benedict was written in the sixth century by the father of monastic life, St Benedict himself. It towers in the great tradition of Christian Monasticism. Its leading characteristics are its wonderful discretion, moderation, and keen insight into the capabilities and weaknesses of human nature.

    Below is a list of book suggestions for oblates. More entries will be added in time and oblates are welcome to make recommendations by e-mailing the Oblate Director. The Bible I. Books on St. Benedict and his Rule Baudoz, Jean-Francois, With Christ, The Gospel under the Guidance of Saint Benedict, Liturgical Press Benson, Robert, A Continue Reading. Rule of St. Benedict. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. This work holds the first place among monastic legislative codes, and was by far the most important factor in the organization and spread of monasticism in the West. For its general character and also its illustration of St. Benedict's own life, see the article SAINT BENEDICT.


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Benedict's Rule has become the basis for the rules of practically every Christian monastic community in the West. In it are the guidelines for living the /5(16). St Benedict lived in the 5th century, and wrote his famous Rule as a practical guide for abbots and brother monks living together in a monastic community.

It is a short book, consisting of 73 chapters (no more than paragraphs), and sets out St Benedict's vision of how the values of the gospel can be lived out in a community. The Rule of St. Benedict - audiobook ST. BENEDICT OF NURSIA ( - ) Quote: The Rule of Saint Benedict (Regula Benedicti) is a book of precepts written by St.

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The inspirational work that has been guiding Benedictine monks for fifteen centuries Founder of a monastery at Monte Cassino, between Rome and Naples, in the sixth century, St Benedict intended his Rule to be a practical guide to Christian monastic life.

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Benedict was canonized a saint in show more4/5(K). About The Rule of Saint Benedict. Composed nearly fifteen hundred years ago by the father of Western monasticism, The Rule of St. Benedict has for centuries been the guide of religious communities.

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Here are some observations about the Rule from Fr. Harry Hagan, OSB, a monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey: St. Benedict wrote his Rule roughly between and A.D. during the decline of the Roman Empire. Despite the chaos of the invading tribes, St.

Benedict produced a classic statement on the monastic life.Introduction. This rulebook for the monastic life was written by Benedict around This actually makes it earlier, as a document, than some of the ones in the Early Church volume; but it belongs in the Middle Ages because it was lived out day by day by countless monks and nuns across the whole of Europe throughout every century of that period.Rule of St.

Benedict was written in the sixth century by the father of monastic life, St Benedict himself. It towers in the great tradition of Christian Monasticism. Its leading characteristics are its wonderful discretion, moderation, and keen insight into the capabilities and weaknesses of human nature.