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William, Abbot of Saint Thierry

William, Abbot of Saint Thierry

A Colloquium at the Abby of Saint Thierry (Cistercian Studies Series)

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Published by Cistercian Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Social history,
  • ca. 1085-1148?,
  • Monasticism and religious orde,
  • Medieval Church (476-1517),
  • of Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry,,
  • Religion - Church Life,
  • William,,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Missions,
  • Monasticism and religious orders,
  • Institutions & Organizations,
  • William,
  • History,
  • of Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Sai,
  • Congresses,
  • Middle Ages, 600-1500

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsColloque International D"Histoire Monastique (Contributor), Jerry Carfantan (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8127711M
    ISBN 100879078944
    ISBN 109780879078942

    William of Saint-Thierry (ca. –) became abbot of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Thierry in about , holding that office for about sixteen years and writing a large number of works, some for the guidance of the monks of his abbey and others as theological treatises. William of Saint Thierry wrote down his reflections on the nature and greatness of love during the second decade of the twelfth century, while he was abbot of the benedictine monastery of St Thierry, near Rheims. His insight, drawn from Scripture and the Church Fathers, shaped his own spiritual journey and his earthly pilgrimage from the schools.

      The First Life of Bernard of Clairvaux, traditionally known as the Vita Prima, originated to prepare the case for canonization of Bernard, first abbot of work was begun by William of Saint-Thierry, continued by Arnold of Bonneval, and completed by Geoffrey of Brand: Liturgical Press, The.   William of Saint Thierry began composing his commentary soon after entering the Cistercian abbey of Signy in Having left behind a busy life as a Benedictine abbot and author of theological treatises, he turned to writing meditations on Scripture as the means of listening to the voice of the : William of Saint Thierry.

    William of St. Thierry; William of St. Thierry (primary author only) Author division. William of St. Thierry is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. William of St. Thierry is composed of 11 names. You can examine and separate out names. William de Conches expresses himself in almost the same manner as Abaelard with respect to the mystery of the Holy Trinity, and Abbot William of S. Thierry confutes his errors also in his letter to Bernard. Nor is there anything worse that can happen to religion than that philosophers should attempt to explain the mysteries of our faith by.


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The Golden Epistle first appeared in s and has been ascribed to several different authors, among them Bernard of Clairvaux and Guigo the carthusian. Today its author is known to have been William of Saint Thierry, a Cistercian monk of the abbey of Signy and a friend of Saint Bernard/5(23).

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Davis: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cistercian Publications, ISBN:Length: pages. Title: Fragmenta Gaufridi Vol Part 2 of Corpus Christianorum Corpus Christianorum: Continuatio Mediaevalis, ISSN Volume 6 of Guillelmi a Sancto Theodorico Opera omnia, Guillelmus Opera omnia, Guillaume de Saint-Thierry Volume 89 of Vita prima Sancti Bernardi Claraevallis Abbatis: liber primus, William (of Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry).

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Thierry to the Carthusians of Mont Dieu. William of St-Thierry, theologian and mystic, and so called from the monastery of which he was abbot, b. at Liege about ; d. at Signy about William came of a noble family, and made his studies at the Benedictine Monastery of Saint Nicaise at.

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