The Contribution of Monastic Life to the Church and the World: Essays in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Mount Saviour Monastery
Mount Saviour Monastery was founded by Fathers Damasus, Gregory, Placid, and Bernard in the fields of the Hofbauer farm in upstate New York in the spirit of the joy of the Paschal Lord that He wishes to share with us, as described by Saint John: “That my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete' (John 15:11). The essays gathered in this volume celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Mount Saviour, and the contributors not only reminisce about this exemplary monastery but also reflect on Benedictine life in general and the ongoing contributions of monastic life to the Church and to the world at large.
Preface / Martin Boler -- The meaning and purpose of this Benedictine moment / Jerome Kodell -- Common origins, 1922-1937 / Gottfried Burkhard Neunheuser -- The influence of Maria Laach on Mount Saviour Monastery / Martin Boler -- The art of Christian and monastic life / Timothy Kelly -- Ways of encounter / John T. Noonan, Jr. -- Simplicity : a monastic and Christian ideal / Marie Julianne Farrington -- Benedictine peace : a meditation on time / Charles Dumont -- Monastic contributions to church and world : an oblate's refelection / Anthony J. Cernera -- Ruminations on the life of St. Benedict / Frank T. Griswold -- A voice for the praying church / Mary Collins -- The contribution of monastic life to the church and world / Jeremy Driscoll -- Philosophy to poetry : faith as a way of knowing in St. John of the Cross and Edith Stein / David B. Burrell -- Living the Gospel in today's unforgiving world / Camille D'Arienzo.
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Monasteries, Pine Hill, New York, Benedictines, Catholic Church
Christian Denominations and Sects | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Boler, Martin and Cernera, Anthony J., "The Contribution of Monastic Life to the Church and the World: Essays in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Mount Saviour Monastery" (2006). Sacred Heart University Press Books. 13.