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Community And Abbot In The Rule Of Saint Benedict

Volume 2

Adalbert de Vogüé OSB

Community And Abbot In The Rule Of Saint Benedict
Community And Abbot In The Rule Of Saint Benedict

ISBN: 9780879073053, CS005B

Details: 256 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/1985
Cistercian Publications
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The abbot, the community, and obedience in the Rule of Saint Benedict as compared to its source, The Rule of the Master, to see Saint Benedict's originality.

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ISBN: 9780879073053, CS005B

Details: 256 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/1985
Cistercian Publications

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Historians of monasticism will read this translation, as they have long read the French original, for its close exegesis and textual analysis of the eighteen chapters of the Rule of Benedict directly dealing with the abbot's authority, along with the parallel passages in the Rule of the Master that influenced Benedict.
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