American Benedictine Academy. American Benedictine Review (Atchinson, Kansas : American Benedictine Review, Inc., 1950-).

ID:
 
1150
 
Title:
 
American Benedictine Review
 
Primary Author:
 
American Benedictine Academy
 
Role:
 
Corporate author
 
Publisher:
 
American Benedictine Review, Inc.
 
Language:
 
English
 
Source Type:
 
Secondary Source
 
Publication Type:
 
journal
 
Publication Status:
 
Published
 
Place of Publication:
 
Atchinson, Kansas
 
Date of Publication:
 
1950-
 
Contains:
 
Invitations of the Divine Heart: The Mystical Writings of Mechthild of Hackeborn, Luxury in Poverty: Expressions of Status At Langley Priory, The Contribution of Religious Orders to Renaissance Thought and Learning, Discernment of Spirits in the Prologue to the Rule of Benedict, The Benedictines of Santes 1047-1792: Consectrated to Christ, Nuns of the Church Community, Care for the Text: Glossed Rule of Benedict for Notre Dame des Saintes, The Latin Cenobitic Rules: AD 400-700: Editions and Translations, Cathar Influences in Hildegard of Bingen's Play `Ordo Virtutum', Hildegard von Bingen on the Nature of Women, Blessed Jutta of Disibodenberg: Hildegard of Bingen's Magistra and Abbess, Saving by faint Praise: Saint Birgitta of Sweden, Adam Easton and Medieval Antifeminism, The Anchorite Base of the Gilbertine Rule, Virginity in the Life of Christina of Markyate and Aelred of Rivaulx's Rule, Baptismal sponsorship and monks and nuns, 500-1000, 'A Return to `The First Dawn of Justice:' Hildegard's Visions of Clerical Reform and the Eremitical Life, Missionary Nuns and the Monastic Vocation in Anglo-Saxon England, Consecratio virginum: Thirteenth Century Witnesses, Consecrated to Christ, nuns of this church community; the Benedictines of Notre Dame de Saintes 1047-1792, The Origins of Western Monasticism, The Apostolic Life and Virginity in the New Testament, Pachomian Cenobitism: II., Christian Asceticism between the New Testament and the Beginning of Monasticism: III. Egypt and the East, Christian Asceticism between the New Testament and the Beginning of Monasticism: II. The Third Century (AD 180-310), Christian Asceticism between the New Testament and the Beginning of Monasticism: The Second Century, Sant Pere de les Puelles: a Medieval Women's Community.