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A Critical Study of the Rule of Benedict – Vol.2

Volume 2: Prologue, Chapters 4,6,7 & 73

£29.50

In this second volume, Vogue first provides historical and critical commentary on texts from the Rule of the Master and other early sources, then shows how Benedict integrated and developed this material in writing his Prologue, Epilogue and chapters on the Tools of Good Works, Silence and Humility.

ISBN: 978-1-56548-494-8 Categories: ,

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The work of Dom Adalbert de Vogue, OSB (1924-2011) serves as the basis of all serious study of the Rule of Benedict. In this second volume, Vogue first provides historical and critical commentary on texts from the Rule of the Master and other early sources, then shows how Benedict integrated and developed this material in writing his Prologue, Epilogue and chapters on the Tools of Good Works, Silence and Humility.

“It is one of the anomalies of modern monastic studies that the great commentary of Adalbert de Vogüé has never been translated into English (or any other language). Of course, the reason is that this is a monumental task. But it is one that Sr. Colleen McGrane has accomplished with real distinction.”

Fr. Terrence G. Kardong, O.S.B.

ISBN: 9781565484948

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Number of pages

257

Date of Publication

2016

Dimensions 15.0 × 23.0 cm

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