4 edition of finances of the Cistercian Order in the fourteenth century found in the catalog.
finances of the Cistercian Order in the fourteenth century
King, Peter M.A.
Bibliography: p. 227-233.
|Statement||by Peter King.|
|Series||Cistercian studies series ;, no. 85|
|LC Classifications||BX3406.2 .K56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||85004119|
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Cistercian, byname White Monk or Bernardine, member of a Roman Catholic monastic order that was founded in and named after the original establishment at Cîteaux (Latin: Cistercium), a locality in Burgundy, near Dijon, order’s founders, led by St.
Robert of Molesme, were a group of Benedictine monks from the abbey of Molesme who were dissatisfied with the relaxed observance. The Cistercian Order was born in Burgundy at the start of the twelfth century as a movement of radical renewal—an Order that survives to this day with the greater part of its written heritage preserved.
This volume brings together a selection of its finest works, which speak powerfully across the centuries to /5(11). The Cistercian Order in Medieval Europe offers an accessible and engaging history of the Order from its beginnings in the twelfth century through to the early sixteenth century.
Unlike most other existing volumes on this subject it gives a nuanced analysis of the late medieval Cistercian experience as well as the early years of the Order.5/5(2). Common Knowledge Publisher Series Cistercian Studies Series.
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Published continuously by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association sinceit contains articles and book reviews on a wide field of ecclesiastical, cultural, liturgical Author: Peter King. 1 Foundation and twelfth century 25 Martha G. Newman 2 The Cistercian Order – 38 Peter King 3 The Cistercian Order since 50 Michael Casey OCSO Part II Structure and materiality 4 Centres and peripheries 65 Emilia Jamroziak 5 The Cistercian community 80 James France 6 Constitutions and the General Chapter 87 Brian Patrick McGuire.
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The exodus began immediately after the Second World War and the Soviet takeover of the country, when several monks went abroad in search of a suitable place to found an abbey capable of carrying forward the. Overall, I liked the book in some ways, but I can't say it was a very enjoyable or even a transformative work.
I have read a good portion of Bernard of Clairvaux's work before and haven't really enjoyed him that much, but I was This is a collection of monastic writings centered around those who were part or associated with the Cistercian order/5.
This volume presents the composite character of the Cistercian Order in its unity and diversity, detailing the white monks' history from the Middle Ages to the present day. It charts the geographical spread of the Order from Burgundy to the peripheries of medieval Europe, examining key topics such.
Question: "What is the Cistercian Order?" Answer: The Cistercian Order is a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church that began in Citeaux, France, in A group of monks became dissatisfied with their current monastery, the Abbey of Molesme, and set out to create a new one that would be more faithful to the teachings of Saint by Saint Robert of Molesme, these.
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42), Thomas Merton Monk: A Monastic Tribute, and several more. The book closes by addressing the reasons for the subsequent decline of Cistercian convents in the fourteenth century. Based on extensive analysis of unpublished archives, Creating Cistercian Nun s will force scholars to revise their understanding of the women’s religious movement as it unfolded during the thirteenth s: 1.
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About CSQ. Cistercian Studies Quarterly, founded inis an international review of the Christian monastic and contemplative spiritual often include studies of the early desert tradition, Cassian, the Rule of Saint Benedict, Gregory the Great, Bernard of Clairvaux, Ælred of Rievaulx, and other Cistercian men and women from the twelfth century to the present.
Exordium (Cistercian Studies Quarterly, (An International Review of the Monastic and Contemplative Spiritual Tradition) de Waal, Esther. The Way of Simplicity: The Cistercian Tradition. Krailsheimer, A.J. Rance and the Trappist Legacy. An engaging and authoritative history of the Cistercian order from its origins to the end of the Middle Ages.
This volume, a further contribution to Boydell's excellent Monastic Orders series, is a wide-ranging, Europe-wide history of the Cistercians, considering them in the religious, cultural, political and economic contexts of their world Author: Janet Burton.The Cistercians were used by the papacy to spread Catholicism in Eastern Europe.
In the 14th century, the order fell into decline. In the 17th century, it temporarily revived in the course of the struggle against Protestantism. At this time the Trappists, an order with an even stricter rule, were formed as an offshoot of the Cistercians.Book Description. The Cistercian Order in Medieval Europe offers an accessible and engaging history of the Order from its beginnings in the twelfth century through to the early sixteenth century.
Unlike most other existing volumes on this subject it gives a nuanced analysis of the late medieval Cistercian experience as well as the early years of the Order.