Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Rule of Saint Benedict :, Commentary on the Rule of St. Benedict|
|Statement||by Paul Delatte ; translated by Justin McCann.|
|Contributions||Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 508 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||508|
This book is the perfect, simple, well translated rule of st. Benedict. Short of the brief history of how the rule came to pass, it is purely the rule with little explication. I highly recommend this book if you are interested in Benedict's order, rule or monastic life.4/5(). The Rule of St. Benedict 1 The Rule of Saint Benedict (Translated into English. A Pax Book, preface by W.K. Lowther Clarke. London: S.P.C.K., ) PROLOGUE Hearken continually within thine heart, O son, giving attentive ear to the precepts of thy master. Understand with willing mind and effectually fulfil thy holy father’s admonition; that thou. This monastic rule was written by St Benedict (c. ) to guide communities of monks based on social order, humility and The tours and religious services were inspiring. While at the monastery, I acquired a copy of the "Rule of St. Benedict in English" published by the Liturgical Press in /5. The The Rule of Saint Benedict Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by Author: Benedict of Nursia.
The Rule of Saint Benedict or Regula Benedict was written by Saint Benedict of Nurisa, the patron saint of work is a compilation of instructions for communal monks who live in. Benedict, RULE OF Saint.—This work holds the first place among monastic legislative codes, and was by far the most important factor in the organization and spread of monasticism in the its general character and also its illustration of St. Benedict’s own life, see the article St. Benedict of , however, it is treated more in detail, under the following heads: I. Benedict exhorts his readers to "Live in fear of judgment day and have a great horror of hell. Yearn for everlasting life with holy desire" [p. 13]. The concept of hell is more foreign, less visceral and immediate, to those of us who live in a secular society than it was for Christians in Benedict's time. The Rule of Saint Benedict was written in the sixth century by the father of monastic life, St Benedict himself. It towers in the great tradition of Christian Monasticism. Its leading characteristics are its wonderful discretion, moderation, and keen insight into the capabilities and weaknesses of human nature. Here is a common sense approach to arranging life so that Christian spirituality Brand: Saint Benedict Press.
The Rule of St Benedict is not intended to be a law ("lex") to chafe under but a "plank"/pattern/model whereby one allows oneself to be guided [in the way to the heavenly fatherland]. The sources of RB (i.e. the Rule of St Benedict) is still an unresolved question (see e.g. article on . Modestly described by its author as "a little rule for beginners," this masterpiece of spiritual wisdom dates from the sixth century. It was originally intended as a manual for aspiring monks, a diverse group composed of serfs, scholars, shepherds, and sons of the nobility. St. Benedict's Brand: Dover Publications. The Rule of St. Benedict - audiobook ST. BENEDICT OF NURSIA ( - ) Quote: The Rule of Saint Benedict (Regula Benedicti) is a book of precepts written by St. Benedict of . This rule of life is - in Christ - the heart and soul of the most successful religious order in history. Written by a spiritual father for his children, The Rule of St. Benedict is not only an ideal guide for the individual wishing to follow the Benedictine path; it is also an indispensable tool for the spiritualization of family life. A timeless classic by the founder of Western monasticism.