The Benedictine Tradition: Spirituality in History
Laura Swan, editor
The Benedictine Tradition: Spirituality in History offers various examples of Benedictine spirituality lived fruitfully in their disparate contexts throughout Christian history, as well as a brief examination of Benedictines and the chant tradition.
Swan introduces and presents excerpts of several Benedictine practitioners and writers, beginning with Benedict and Scholastica, and including among others Hildegard of Bingen, Bede of Jarrow, Columba Marmion, Raïssa Maritain, the martyrs of Tibhirine, and the Conference of Benedictine Prioresses.
paperback 176 pp