Commentary for Benedictine Oblates: On the Rule of St. Benedict

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Apr 1, 2009 - Religion - 538 pages
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Contents

Office
175
How the Night Office Is to Be Said in Summer
183
How the Morning Office Is to Be Said
191
How the Night Office Is to Be Said on the Feasts
200
the Day
206
the Excommunicated
256
How Solicitous the Abbot Should Be for the
258
Whether Brethren Who Leave the Monastery
267
On the Reception of Guests
384
Whether a Monk Should Receive Letters or Any
394
On the Abbots Table
408
On the Manner of Receiving Brethren
416
On the Sons of Nobles and of the Poor Who Are Offered
435
On Priests Who May Wish to Live in the Monas tery
440
How Pilgrim Monks Are to Be Received
444
On the Priests of the Monastery
451

What Kind of Man the Cellarer of the Monastery
274
On the Tools and Property of the Monastery
282
Whether All Should Receive in Equal Measure
292
On the Sick Brethren
303
On the Weekly Reader
310
On the Measure of Food
316
At What Hours the Meals Should Be Taken
324
On Those Who Come Late to the Work of God
335
How the Excommunicated Are to Make Satis
343
On Those Who Fail in Any Other Matters
351
On the Daily Manual Labor
358
On the Observance of Lent
371
On Brethren Who Go Not Very Far Away
378
On the Order of the Community
455
On Constituting an Abbot
464
On the Prior of the Monastery
472
On the Porters of the Monastery
479
On Brethren Who Are Sent on a Journey
484
If a Brother Is Commanded to Do Impossible Things
489
That the Monks Presume Not to Defend One Another
492
That No One Venture to Punish at Random
494
That the Brethren Be Obedient to One Another
498
On the Good Zeal Which Monks Ought to Have
502
Epil ogue On the Fact That the Full Observance of Jus tice Is Not Established in This Rule
507
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