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Benedictine oblation

Patricia A. Quinn

Benedictine oblation

a study of the rearing of boys in monasteries in the Early Middle Ages

by Patricia A. Quinn

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.,
  • Monasticism and religious orders -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Patricia A. Quinn.
    SeriesPh. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 805
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS36 .N55 no.805
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 353 leaves :
    Number of Pages353
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22129650M

    Making oblation marks a beginning, not an end. There is no certificate of completion, no diploma, but the beginning of an adventure. "Being an oblate is not a legalistic undertaking. The Rule of St Benedict itself is a highly flexible document that demands to be interpreted and has received very diverse interpretations throughout its history.   Thousands of spiritual seekers are discovering and re-discovering the wisdom of Saint Benedict, embracing the balanced, Christ-centered, and practical approach to daily living that he espoused for his monks almost years ago in Europe. By some estimates, Benedictine oblates outnumber vowed Author: Rachel Srubas.

    An "oblation" is an offering or gift to God. Oblates are men and women who offer their lives to God. Benedictine oblates maintain a stable and life-long spiritual union with one monastery. Oblates live outside a monastery, wear regular clothes, and often have a spouse and job. The Benedictine Oblates of Divine Will are more like this second type. In this sense, our oblation is very similar to a simple consecration. Many of you will be familiar with St. Louis Marie De Montfort's Total Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

    of Oblation. As with the Investiture as a Novice, it is preferable that this be conducted by the Prior in the monastic Oratory; however, when necessary, the Prior may delegate a priest to celebrate the Rite. The Rite of Oblation is a time of public commitment to the values, disciplines, and fellowship of the Benedictine family. The Benedictine Oblates of Divine Will are more like this second type. They are, in a word: LITTLE. It would make us very happy, in fact, if they were the littlest of all oblate communities in the world! Let us pray for that. In this sense, our oblation is very similar to a simple consecration.


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The 73 Benedictine prayer-poems in this slim book are the fruit of these reflections, her ‘Oblation’ (offering) to others who wish to savor the wisdom in that ancient text. This is a book to which thoughtful readers will want to return again and again.”5/5(6).

Today, thousand of spiritual seekers are discovering the wisdom of Saint Benedict. With the grace of a poet, Rachel Srubas reflects on her own experiences of learning the Rule and incorporating it into her "secular" life.

Each reflection is prefaced by an excerpt from on the Rule's seventy-three chapters, and explores the Benedictine themes of humility, prayer, community, compassion, justice.

It's a provocative book that covers a wealth of different areas for Christians to consider and to be intentional about, including technology, worship, education, and so much more. I have read Benedictine oblation book books that discuss the future of Christianity--many that have been outstanding--but none as provocative nor as practical as this one/5().

Benedictine values that speak to the daily lives of today's lay Christians. It was written at the request of Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, O.S.B., and with his encouragement.

It is not meant to be a new "manual"; rather, it is expected that the Oblate will supplement this booklet with a choice of prayer book for the Divine Office (see options listed inFile Size: KB. Benedictine Spirituality For Oblates, a hard bound book of articles and conferences for Oblates in Final Oblation.

Contributors are Monks and Oblates of St. Meinrad Archabbey. Price: Approximately $ Available June Studzinski, Raymond ().

Reading to Live: The Evolving Practice of Lectio Divina. Cisterican Studies Size: KB. Books shelved as benedictine: The Rule of Saint Benedict by Benedict of Nursia, Seeking God: The Way of St. Benedict by Esther de Waal, The Rule of Bened.

Books — A basic Benedictine library (on page ) Books — A list of Benedictine book lists and where to buy (on page ) Books — Most influential books in my oblate growth (on page ) Rule of St.

Benedict — My favorite translation (on page ) Books for. Below is a list of book suggestions for oblates. More entries will be added in time and oblates are welcome to make recommendations by e-mailing the Oblate Director. The Bible I. Books on St.

Benedict and his Rule Baudoz, Jean-Francois, With Christ, The Gospel under the Guidance of Saint Benedict, Liturgical Press Benson, Robert, A Continue Reading.

Since the publication of her book Cloister Walk, Kathleen Norris may have become one of the best known oblates alive. In her more recent book, Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith, Norris makes clear in a hundred ways, however, why she could not become a Christian by drawing cafeteria-style on Benedictine spirituality alone.

“It is the people. ABBOT: AS GOD'S repreentative, I accept your Oblation and admit you into spiritual union and affiliation with our monastery as an Oblate (as Oblates) and adopted son (sons, daughter, daughters) of our holy father Benedict, and give you the privilege of sharing in our spiritual goods, and I assure you the eternal life God promises you as you persevere in your holy resolution.

What is a Third Order Benedictine Oblate of Divine Will. Third Order Benedictine Oblates of Divine Will of St. Benedict are Christian individuals or families who have associated themselves with the Benedictine Daughters of Divine Will Community in order to enrich their Christian way of life.

Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration State Hwy P Clyde, MO Phone: Find us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. Guests: [email protected] Prayer Request: [email protected] Group Tours: @ Follow us on Vocations Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Benedictine Oblate Path - for Today Since the time of the Desert Fathers and Mothers, when the Christian monastic movement began, there have been many ways of expressing the monastic archetype.

Even in the Desert there were anchorites, hermits and coenobites. heart to the Benedictine Oblates of Divine Will so that by the power of the Holy Spirit and through the intercession of the Immaculate Mother of God, the Servant of God, Luisa Piccarreta, our Father, Saint Benedict and our Mother, Saint Scholastica, under the protection of Good Saint Joseph, I may live more perfectly my consecration.

A Christian person, lay or ordained, who wishes to become a Benedictine oblate of Saint Meinrad Archabbey must: Be of upright character and have an earnest desire for spiritual advancement according to the Christian ideas set forth in the Rule of St. Benedict. Not be an oblate of another monastery.

The book offers a glimpse into the day-to-day life of the Hermitage monks, and reflections on Camaldolese spirituality. The Holy Way: Practices for a Simple Life by Paula Huston (Loyola Press, ). This book is written from the perspective of a Hermitage oblate trying out new practices and disciplines during the early stages of the oblate.

There are books available on the website written by Oblates about how to adapt the spirit of the Rule to our daily lives - liturgically, we simply use the Eastern traditions of prayer and devotion.

However, I've a couple of books on living the Benedictine. Oblation. Membership as an Oblate and Oblate Formation The Benedictine Handbook, Benedictine Solemn and Lectio Divina.

In addition, study of the Rule, of the Customary and Constitution, and development of a daily prayer routine are incorporated. The year is highly structured with monthly reports and assigned books or other readings upon. Oblation: Meditations on St. Benedict’s Rule – Rediscover the wisdom of Saint Benedict, as you embrace his Christ-centered and practical approach to daily living.

These thought-provoking reflections, written by Rachel Srubas, explore Benedictine themes. John's Recent Blogs. Turns out ‘The Benedict Option’ is a hoax Turns out ‘The Benedict Option’ is a hoax ; The intolerable silliness of the Vatican these days (and what we can.

A very interesting book on how the Benedictine Monks allow "external" monks to be associated with their monestary. These oblates don't have to be Catholic and many are not. There are as many Benedictine Oblates living in the world and in families are there are Benedictine /5(25).The Prologue, Humility, Obedience, and the Restraint of Speech or Silence were included, because of their applicability to Benedictine oblation as well as to the Benedictine monk.

The section of Oblate Fitness for God is the smallest with just two articles.For Benedictine Oblates, this means following the ancient principles and practices of the Benedictine monastic way of life. Oblates study and ponder the Rule of St. Benedict. With its emphasis on prayer, silence, obedience, building community, and humility, the Rule guides their Christian lives in their parishes or churches, families, workplaces, and in the world.