The American Benedictine Review

The American Benedictine Review

THE AMERICAN BENEDICTINE REVIEW, INC. Board of Directors: President: Abbot Lawrence Stasyszen, O.S.B., St. Gregory's Abbey, Shawnee, OK; Vice-President: ...

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American Benedictine Review Preview

THE AMERICAN BENEDICTINE REVIEW, INC. Board of Directors: President, Abbot James Wiseman, O.S.B., St. Anselm's Abbey, Washington, DC; VicePresident, ...

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American Benedictine Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal featuring the most recent in monastic scholarship and thought. For more information about purchasing this issue or subscribing, go to: https//: www.americanbenedictinereview.org
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The American Benedictine Review V2 No 4 Winter 1951

The American Benedictine Review  V2  No 4  Winter 1951

Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Ernest Kilzer, Columban Thuis, Gilbert Wolters, And Others.

Author: Bonaventure Schwinn

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Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Ernest Kilzer, Columban Thuis, Gilbert Wolters, And Others.
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The American Benedictine Review V2 No 1 Spring 1951

The American Benedictine Review V2  No  1  Spring 1951

Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Idesbald Ryelandt, John A. O'Brien, Albert Kleber, And Others.

Author: Bonaventure Schwinn

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Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Idesbald Ryelandt, John A. O'Brien, Albert Kleber, And Others.
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The American Benedictine Review V2 No 2 Summer 1951

The American Benedictine Review V2  No  2  Summer 1951

Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include John A. O'Brien, Barry Byrne, Paul Yu-Pin, And Others.

Author: Bonaventure Schwinn

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Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include John A. O'Brien, Barry Byrne, Paul Yu-Pin, And Others.
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The American Benedictine Review V2 No 3 Autumn 1951

The American Benedictine Review  V2  No 3  Autumn 1951

Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Justin McCann, Genadius Diez, Madeleva Wolff, And Others.

Author: Bonaventure Schwinn

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Additional Editors Are Matthew Hoehn And Dunstan Tucker. Contributing Authors Include Justin McCann, Genadius Diez, Madeleva Wolff, And Others.
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History of North American Benedictine Women

History of North American Benedictine Women

“Boniface Wimmer and the American Benedictines: 18561866.” American Benedictine Review 23 (September 1972): 283-313. . “Boniface Wimmer and the American ...

Author: Laura Swan

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A much needed research and reference bibliography for all who are interested in the history of Benedictine Women in North America. Those interested in Benedictine spirituality, liturgy and prayer will find useful resources here as well.
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History of North American Benedictine Women

History of North American Benedictine Women

Author: Laura Swan

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A much needed research and reference bibliography for all who are interested in the history of Benedictine Women in North America. Those interested in Benedictine spirituality, liturgy and prayer will find useful resources here as well.
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Worship In Spirit And Truth

Worship In Spirit And Truth

"The National Liturgical Weeks and American Benedictines." American Benedictine Review 6 (Summer 1955): 155-67. . "The National Liturgical Weeks and ...

Author: Julia Upton

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814662374

Category: Religion

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Following the death of H. A. Reinhold in 1968, Godfrey Diekmann referred to him as a liturgical prophet." Diekmann, a liturgical giant in his own right, called on others to follow in Reinhold's steps and "take up his mantle in the thorny task" of pastorally implementing the liturgical changes brought about by the Second Vatican Council. Over forty years later, that task remains every bit the challenge it was in Reinhold's day. As cries for social justice resound, liturgy more than ever must be the tie of relevance that binds the church to the world. It is this essential link 'between liturgy and social justice 'that Julia Upton discovered in Reinhold and that she wonderfully retrieves in tracing his life and legacy. In doing so, she takes up H. A. Reinhold's prophetic mantle and inspires us to do so as well. Julia Upton, RSM, is a member of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. She holds a doctorate in theology from Fordham University and is professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John's University (NY), where she currently serves as university provost. "
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A Benedictine Reader

A Benedictine Reader

He was editor of the American Benedictine Review 1982–2018. Ellen E. Martin: Ellen E. Martin studied British literature at Yale, Cambridge, UCLA, ...

Author: Hugh Feiss

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780879071752

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A Benedictine Reader, 530–1530, has been more than twenty years in the making. A collaboration of a dozen scholars, this project gives as broad and deep a sense of the reality of the first one thousand years of Benedictine monasticism as can be done in one volume, using primary sources in English translation. The texts included are drawn from many different genres and from several languages and areas of Europe. The introduction to each of the thirty-two chapters aims to situate each author and text and to make connections with other texts and studies within and outside the Reader. The general introduction summarizes the main ideas and practices that are present in the Rule of Saint Benedict and in the first thousand years of Benedictine monasticism while suggesting questions that a reader might bring to the texts.
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The Gift of the Church

The Gift of the Church

American Benedictine Review 5 ( Winter 1954-55 ) 299– 305 . 1955 Review of The Nihilism of John Dewey by Paul K. Crosser . American Benedictine Review 6 ...

Author: Peter C. Phan

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814659314

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As the Church enters its third millennium, it must take stock of its identity and mission. These essays in The Gift of the Church address the fundamental issues confronting the Church in its immediate future. Their authors represent the most prominent ecclesiologists of our time. Written in honor of Patrick Granfield, O.S.B., these essays form a textbook for classes in ecclesiology. They also are a useful tool for those engaged in various ministries in the Church to update themselves on the theology of different aspects of the Church. The first section of essays discusses ecclesiology in its historical development as well as its methodology; the second examines various aspects of the Church; and the third part presents the life and work of Patrick Granfield. The essays are clearly written and based on solid and extensive scholarship. Ecclesiology has been the central theme of theological reflections since Vatican II and may continue to be in the next millennium. This textbook fulfills in part Pope John Paul II's vision for the Jubilee Year, when Christians, "with a profound sense of commitment . . . will likewise express their gratitude for the gift of the Church." Essays and authors in Part One: Ecclesiology in Historical Context are "Theologies of the Church in the New Testament," by Frank J. Matera; "The Development of Ecclesiology: Early Church to the Reformation," by Eric Plumer; "The Development of Ecclesiology: Modernity to the Twentieth Century," by Michael J. Himes; "The Significance of Vatican Council II for Ecclesiology," by Joseph A. Komonchak; "The Ecclesiology of John Paul II," by Avery Dulles; "Ecumenical Ecclesiology," by Michael A. Fahey; and "Theological Method for Ecclesiology," by Pedro Rodrquez. Essays and authors in Part Two: Contemporary Ecclesiology are "The Church as Communion," by Susan K. Wood; "The Church as Worshiping Community," by Gerard Austin; "The Ecclesial Dimension of Anthropology," by Michael J. Scanlon; "The Ecclesial Dimension of Spirituality," by George Tavard; "The Evangelizing Mission of the Church," by Francis A. Sullivan; "Salvation Outside the Church," by John P. Galvin; "The Social Mission of the Church: Its Changing Context," by T. Howland Sanks; "Ministries in the Church," by John Ford; "The Papacy," by Richard P. McBrien; "The Episcopacy," by Hermann J. Pottmeyer; "The Teaching Office of the Church," by John P. Boyle; "The Church and the Law," by Thomas J. Green; "The Laity," by Jon Nilson; "Women and the Church," by Sara Butler; and "Mary and the Church," by Frederick M. Jelly. Essays and authors in Part Three: A North American Ecclesiology: The Theological Achievement of Patrick Granfield are "Patrick Granfield: A Biographical Essay," by David Granfield; "A North American Ecclesiology: The Achievement of Patrick Granfield," by Peter C. Phan; and "Bibliography of Patrick Granfield," compiled by David Granfield. The book also includes an introduction by Peter Phan and a list of abbreviations.?. . . worthy of its honoree, Fr. Patrick Granfield of Catholic University of America. . . . This work brings ecclesiology one step further along the trajectory of Vatican II and provides a solid foundation for a better understanding of how the church can eventually be one. Granfield?s colleagues contribute scriptural, historical, theological and spiritual background for a synthesis of what ecclesiology should be today.? Emmanuel"This will be a particularly useful volume in ecumenical discussions. It will be an invaluable resource for preachers and teachers who want to witness to the doctrine of the Church and its discussion today." National Christian Reporter?. . . a gift to teachers of church history. The essays cannot help but stir up lively discussions. Peter Phan should be complimented for his work as editor and contributor. Adult religious education and college/university courses in theology have truly been blessed by this work!? Kenan B. Osborne, O.F.M. Franciscan School of Theology?A valuable book which is many things. A commemoration of Patrick Granfield?s efforts in giving courageous, new directions to the theology of church authority; a celebration of the renewal of the church, local and universal, by American ecclesiologists of the decades during and since Vatican II like Granfield, Richard McBrien, Michael Fahey, and Joseph Komonchak; a presentation of the theology of the church as a much needed general textbook.? Thomas O?Meara, O.P. University of Notre Dame?A useful, up to date, rather classic handbook of Catholic ecclesiology.? Louvain Studies
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Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries

American Benedictine Review , Inc. THE AMERICAN BENEDICTINE REVIEW . American Bible Society . AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY RECORD . NEW READER NEWS . American ...

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Day by Day with Saint Benedict

Day by Day with Saint Benedict

"Daily reflections for religious and lay persons on the Rule of St. Benedict and the Benedictine life"--Provided by publisher.

Author: Terrence G. Kardong

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"Daily reflections for religious and lay persons on the Rule of St. Benedict and the Benedictine life"--Provided by publisher.
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The American Catholic Quarterly Review

The American Catholic Quarterly Review

A BENEDICTINE RESTORATION . N the spring of 1831 the French newspapers announced that . Few of the readers who saw the announcement knew what a history was ...

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In Search of the American Spirit

In Search of the American Spirit

The American Benedictine Review 21 ( 1970 ) : 224– 39 . Richey , Russell E. , and Donald G. Jones , eds . American Civil Religion .

Author: Gregory S. Butler

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He found his own views compatible with those of Brownson, who not only disputed the prevalent theory that morality has no place in politics but argued that morality is an integral part of the political process. Extensively utilizing Brownson's lesser-known writings, Butler examines, in chronological order, the phases of Brownson's personal and spiritual development, thereby assessing the importance and contemporary relevance of his thought. He gives special attention to Brownson's belief that the moral interpretation assigned to American political symbols - Liberty, Equality, the Rights of Man - are derived from the American understanding of the nature and destiny of the human soul. Brownson eventually came to believe that humankind can only progress by finding inspiration in the divine and that the American political order must be based in the Christian, especially the Roman Catholic, moral tradition.
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The Chief Rabbi the Pope and the Holocaust

The Chief Rabbi  the Pope  and the Holocaust

8 and The American Benedictine Review 4 No. 365 ( December 1953 ) . pp . 365-366 . 73. Dezza . " Eugenio Zolli . " pp . 345-346 .

Author: Robert G. Weisbord

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Category: Social Science

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In February 1945, Israele Zolli, chief rabbi of Rome's ancient Jewish community, shocked his co-religionists in Italy and throughout the Jewish world by converting to Catholicism and taking as his baptismal name, Eugenio, to honor Pope Pius XII (Eugenio Pacelli) for what Zolli saw as his great humanitarianism toward the Jews during the Holocaust. Almost a half a century after his conversion, Zolli still evokes anger and embarrassment in Italy's Jewish community. This book is the first authoritative treatment of this astonishing story. What induced Zolli to embrace Catholicism will probably never be known. Nonetheless, by painstaking scholarly detective work, through interviews in Italy and elsewhere, through the unearthing of private papers not previous known to exist, and through the study of previous inaccessible archival materials, the authors have succeeded in explaining why Zolli left the Jewish fold and joined the Catholic Church. Like Zolli's rabbinical career, Pius XII's long pontificate tells us much about the Church of Rome and its relationship to the Jewish people, particularly with reference to the issue of conversion. The authors focus on the pontiff's World War II policies vis-Ã -vis the Jews, a subject that has been heatedly debated since Rolf Hochhuth's The Deputy was performed in the early 1960s. What Pacelli knew abut the extermination of the Jews and when he knew it, what he said and failed to say, are given special attention in this book. Through the examination of previous scholarship and primary materials (including Pius XI's encyclical on race and anti-Semitism, Pacelli's behavior is evaluated to determine if Zolli accurately gauged the Holy Father's efforts to save Jews. This saga of the two Eugenios will interest historians of the Second World War and the Holocaust and students of history alike.
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In the Benedictine Tradition

In the Benedictine Tradition

"Benedictine Women in Nineteenth-Century America." The American Benedictine Review 34 (December 1983): 396-423. . "A Bibliography of American Benedictine ...

Author: M. Dorothy Neuhofer

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 0761814639

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Investigates the transmittal of the Benedictine tradition of love of learning, books, and libraries associated with the order's monasteries in Europe to the United States. The author analyses the establishment of the Benedictine Order in the United States and the college libraries that its members began.
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Prayer after Augustine

Prayer after Augustine

For treatment of this issue, see Christian Schütz, 'Benedict, a Spiritual Profile', The American Benedictine Review 56:3 (September 2005), 265–85; ...

Author: Jonathan D. Teubner

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191079924

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The influence of the theology and philosophy of Augustine of Hippo on subsequent Western thought and culture is undisputed. Prayer after Augustine: A Study in the Development of the Latin Tradition argues that the notion of the 'Augustinian tradition' needs to be re-thought; and that already in the generation after Augustine in the West such a re-thinking is already and richly manifest in more than one influential form. In this work, Jonathan D. Teubner encourages philosophical, moral, and historical theologians to think about what it might mean that the Augustinian tradition formed in a distinctively Augustinian fashion, and considers how this affects how they use, discuss, and evaluate Augustine in their work. This is exemplified by Augustine's reflections on prayer and how they were taken up, modified, and handed on by Boethius and Benedict, two critically influential figures for the development of Latin medieval philosophical and theological cultures. Teubner analyses and exemplifies the particular theme of prayer and the other topics it constellates in Augustine and to show how it already forms a distinctively 'Augustinian' concept of tradition that was to prove to have fascinatingly diverse manifestations. Part I traces the development of Augustine's understanding of prayer. Patience and hope as articulated in prayer sit at the centre of Augustine's understanding of Christian existence. In Part II, Teubner turns to suggest how this is picked up by Boethius and Benedict.
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