by Esther de Waal. ISBN: 978-0-8146-2358-9, LP, $19.95.
Associates of Holy Cross (Anglican) .
Father Hugh Feiss OSB,, has published numerous books and articles on medieval monasticism and he directs the , founded in 1994. Recently he compiled a new of the monastery.
There is a new website for Camaldolese oblates at .
"Oblates in Western Monasticism" by Derek G. Smith first appeared in . The article traces the history of oblates from the infant oblates mentioned in of Saint Benedict's to the re-invigoration of Benedictine Oblates after Vatican II. "The free and supple structure of oblature adapts well to a wide variety of religious temperament and social circumstance. It seems to present marvelous and large opportunities for the life of intensive Christian meditation and prayer; it is a rich inheritor of, and contributor to, the life of evangelical humility and simplicity envisioned by Our Holy Father Benedict, a man of God for all times" .
Fourth, after you have watched Bart’s presentation, pray for him.
In Dom David Knowles OSB , monk of Downside Abbey and, later in life, Regius Professor of History at Cambridge, published a popular essay entitled . An abridged version that includes the most important chapters that present the essential characteristics of Benedictine life is available online since the end of May .
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An article first published in traces the origin, history and development of "." The essay was written by Frater Bernardine Patterson OSB, a junior monk of Saint John's Abbey who later became one of the early members of St. Maur Priory, the first bi-racial Benedictine monastery in America, founded in from Saint John's at South Union, Kentucky. Authentic are available from Liturgical Press. Any priest or deacon may.