The Irish Benedictines

A History
  • 243 Pages
  • 2.63 MB
  • English

University of British Columbia Press
Christian communities & monasticism, Institutions & Organizations, Christianity, Religion, History - General History, Ireland, General, Christianity - History - General, History, Monasticism and religious o
ContributionsColman O Clabaigh (Editor), Martin Browne (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8995135M
ISBN 101856074978
ISBN 139781856074971

In the story of Irish monasticism, one chapter has been curiously neglected: the Irish Benedictine tradition has never attracted the historian’s attention.

This volume seeks to redress this by providing for the first time a comprehensive survey of the ways in which Irish men and women have sought, and continue to seek, God by following the Rule of St Benedict.

Peter Harbison is an archaeologist and honorary academic editor with the Royal Irish Academy. His publications include Guide to the National Monuments of Ireland, The High Crosses of Ireland, The Golden Age of Irish Art, and Ireland’s Treasures.

Placid Murray is a monk and former Conventual Prior of Glenstal Abbey. The Irish Benedictines by Martin Browne,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The Irish Dames of Ypres 2. The Journey towards Kylemore, – 3. Connemara and Kylemore in the Nineteenth Century 4. The Benedictines at Kylemore Abbey, – 5. Growth and Change: The Benedictines and Kylemore, – Epilogue by. Buy The Irish Benedictines: A History by Martin Browne, Colman O'Clabaigh (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this by: In the book “In Sinu Jesu”, Jesus speaks to a Benedictine Monk of his love for each of us, and in a special way, for the priest, and how that love is manifested in his abiding presence in the Holy Eucharist/5().

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Silverstream Priory, Co. Meath, Ireland. Newsletter - Candlemas “I came,” says Our Lord Jesus, “that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” “Through Him, then, let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to God.” (Hebrews ) “I have earnestly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer.” (Luke ).

Ghent in turn founded several Benedictine Houses, one of which was at re Abbey is the oldest of the Irish Benedictine Abbeys. The community of nuns, who have resided here sincehave a long history stretching back almost three hundred and forty years. Books shelved as benedictine-spirituality: The Rule of Benedict: Insights for the Ages by Joan D.

Chittister, A Life-Giving Way: A Commentary on the Rule. "In the history of Irish monasticism one chapter has been curiously neglected: the Irish Benedictine tradition as a whole has never attracted the historian's attention. This volume seeks to redress this by providing for the first time a comprehensive survey of the ways in which Irish men and women have sought - and continue to seek - God by following the Rule of St.

Benedict. His most popular mystical writings include A Book of Spiritual Instruction, Comfort for the Faint Hearted, and The Sanctuary of the Faithful Soul.

John Chapman. John was a British convert to Catholicism and became a Benedictine priest at the age of twenty five. He served as Abbot of the Downside Abbey for four years until his death in The Benedictines, officially the Order of Saint Benedict (Latin: Ordo Sancti Benedicti, abbreviated as OSB), are a monastic Catholic religious order of monks and nuns that follow the Rule of Saint Benedict.

They are also sometimes called the Black Monks, in reference to the Founder: Benedict of Nursia. Benedictine priest who wrote books on both crime and spirituality He then joined the Benedictine monastery at Glenstal Abbey in as well as the remaining Irish missionaries and members.

Columban, an Irish missionary monk, actually performed three beer miracles, and the abbess St. Hildegard wrote of beer’s medicinal qualities. Many Benedictines today are returning to the practice, such as the monks of Mt.

Angel Abbey in Oregon, St. Joseph’s Trappist Monastery in Massachusetts, and the American monks in Norcia, Italy. Dublin, Ireland, / am MT ().-Prayer, reparation, and praising God are the focus of a new Benedictine priory in Ireland, which focuses especially on reparation for the sins of.

An Irish translation of the revised prayer book of was effected by John Richardson (–) and published in The first translation of the entire Bible that was approved by the church was An Bíobla Naofa, supervised by Pádraig Ó Fiannachta at Maynooth and published in Glenstal Abbey is a Benedictine monastery of the Congregation of the Annunciation located in Murroe, County Limerick, is dedicated to Saint Joseph and Saint current abbot of the monastery is Brendan e: Limerick.

In summerPeter Hayden was invited to film a documentary on the Benedictine Monks at Silverstream Priory in Ireland. Book edited by: Fr. Anthony Marett-Crosby. This is a wonderful resource for Benedictine Oblates and those interested in Benedictine life or spirituality.

There are six parts to the book. Wexford a refuge for nuns who fled WWI. Expand.

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Close. sympathisers arranged for a book about them, 'The Irish Dames of Ypres', to be published. On hearing the nuns were Irish Benedictines. “You have said, “Seek my face.” My heart says to you, “Your face, LORD, do I seek.” ” (Ps8).

In a group of Irish Benedictine nuns arrived at Kylemore Castle, Connemara, seeking a new home for their monastic life and mission after the destruction of their home in Ypres, Belgium.

IRISH BENEDICTINES IN NUREMBERG An Examination of the " Chronicle of the astery of St. Aegidius in Nuremberg." BY REV. PATRICK J. BARRY, PII.!). HE astery of St. Aegidius, Nuremberg, belonged to the Ratisbon Congregation of Irish Bcncdictines, known in Germany throughout the Middle Ages as Scoti.

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The Glenstal Book of Prayer is a rich, nourishing resource on the dark, mysterious, but exciting journey that is prayer. It draws on things both old and new: on the wisdom of the Bible, enshrined in Benedictine liturgy, on the experience of modern monks, and on the wisdom of the Christian Church throughout her long and varied history/5(53).

P>CHESAPEAKE,VA (Catholic Online) - In January I wrote a story entitled "Benedictine Monks from Oklahoma Become Missionaries to the Irish Church." In it I told the inspiring story of a group of Benedictine Monks at the Monastery of Our Lady of the Cenacle.

These contemporary sons of St. Benedict show that the Holy Spirit is powerfully at work in the Church today. What’s the story of the Rostrevor Benedictines. In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that I had just returned from a retreat at the Holy Cross Benedictine Monastery in Rostrevor, Co.

Down. Holy Cross is one of eight ‘case studies’ for the Irish School of Ecumenics’ Visioning 21st Century Ecumenism research project, for which I have been carrying out much of the empirical research. Buy The Irish Benedictines by Martin Browne, Colman O'Clabaigh from Waterstones today.

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An Ecumenical Benedictine community for both men and women following the Rule of St. Benedict!5/5(24).It was more or less a copy of the French rule, as the French was a copy of the Thebaid.

When compared with the rule of St. Basil or St. Benedict no doubt the Irish rule was much stricter, and when the monks of a certain monastery got the option of following either the Columban or the Benedictine rule all gave their preference to the Benedictine.The authors are a Benedictine community in Country Limerick, Ireland.

When launched in that country, this book was an instant hit. It sold out its first print run of 9, copies and immediately was number one on the Irish bestsellers' list for hardback nonfiction.5/5(5).