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History of North American Benedictine Women

A Bibliography

by Laura Swan

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Published by Writers Club Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages116
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Open LibraryOL7548838M
ISBN 100595196160
ISBN 109780595196166

Critics cite Americanization as the cause of Benedictine women's loss of monastic identity during the early decades of their history in North America. This study argues that the cultural and religious climate of nineteenth-century America formed the arena in which Benedictine women of the Bavarian tradition reshaped the essential elements of their way of life into a unique expression of life. Collect Rare and Out-of-Print Books. As one of the premier rare book sites on the Internet, Alibris has thousands of rare books, first editions, and signed books available. History of North American Benedictine Women: A Bibliography. by Laura Swan. Starting at $ The Cross and the Lynching Tree. by James H Cone.

The history of Benedictine begins with Benedictine monk Dom Bernado Vincelli and the Abbey of Fécamp in Normandy, France. The secret recipe of Bénédictine is said to date back to and is based on local medicinal plants enhanced by oriental spices. In three Benedictine Sisters left St. Walburga Abbey in Eichstätt, Bavaria in Germany to establish the first Benedictine women's community in the United States. Sisters Benedicta Riepp, appointed superior of the group, Walburga Dietrich, and Maura Flieger made the journey that began the growth represented in this heritage tree. The profile of Benedicta Riepp that follows.

The Book of Common Prayer is the product of the new era of reform and restoration that has created the Anglican Church in North America. The Jerusalem Declaration of located itself within the historic confines of what is authentically the Christian Faith and the Anglican patrimony, and sought to restore their fullness and beauty. Other congregations; e.g., the St. Ottilien Congregation and groupings of American Benedictine women, stressed the missionary endeavors of evangelizing, teaching, and health care. Men and women Benedictines continued to establish new houses in many countries right up to the time of Vatican Council II .


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The Benedictine sisters who form the heart of this community come from a variety of Christian traditions. The OSB (Order of Saint Benedict) that follows our names stands for our commitment to live as Benedictine monastic women, following the Gospel and the Rule of Benedict.

Holy Wisdom Monastery is our home and our Benedictine tradition touches. History of North America encompasses the past developments of people populating the continent of North it was widely believed that continent first became a human habitat when people migrated across the Bering to 17, years ago, recent discoveries may have pushed those estimates back at least anot years.

People settled throughout the continent, from the. A Brief History of the Benedictine Order Traditionally, AD is considered to be the year in which St Benedict founded the monastery at Montecassino.

He died and was buried there around Some decades later, the monastery was destroyed and not rebuilt for a long time. The monastic community and the living tradition.

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Benedict. American-Cassinese Congregation: 1: Latrobe, Pennsylvania St. Vincent Archabbey Basilica. Get this from a library. Behind the beginnings: Benedictine women in America. [M Incarnata Girgen] -- Seeks to make the early history of Benedictine women in the United States more accessible by presenting letters to, by, or about Benedicta Riepp and Willibalda Scherbauer, in English translation.

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It became the Abbey of Saint Benoit-du-Lac. The same congregation was responsible for the Monastery of Our Lady of Clear Creek, Hulbert, Oklahoma (). A number of other European Benedictine houses came to the U.S. after World War II.