The Benedictine Handbook

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Anthony Marett-Crosby
Canterbury, 2003 - Religion - 350 pages
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This comprehensive manual is aimed especially at oblates and associates of Benedictine communities, those who regularly spend retreats or quiet days in Benedictine centres and all those who want to order their life to be more in tune with Benedictine spirituality. The book contains: the text of the Rule of St Benedict; an introduction to the essentials of Benedictine spirituality; a simple daily office and other Benedictine prayers; a "who's who" introducing us to 100 Benedictine saints and followers; a guide to living the Rule in the world and community and a tour of the Benedictine family worldwide.Many notable authors have contributed to this volume which is designed to last a lifetime. They include Esther de Waal, Columba Stewart, Kathleen Norris and Patrick Barry.

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User Review  - Tamara - Goodreads

I am studying to become a Benedictine Oblate and have found this book most helpful. An excellent resource, full of great historical information providing a deeper understanding of the Benedictine way. It's one I'll refer to time and again. Read full review

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User Review  - Yeoldefoole - Goodreads

"Living the Rule in Solitude" pages 287-293 is the best essay in this book - and should not be missed! Read full review

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