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The Celtic Monk: Rules and Writings of Early Irish Monks

   
Uinseann Ó Maidín, O.C.R.

Number One Hundred Sixty-two of Cistercian Studies Series

“Monastic life, traditionally held to have been imported from Egypt, flourished across the Irish Sea, and irish travellers quickly came under its influence. Saint Enda, after returning from Candida Casa (Whithorn), founded his monastery on Aran Island, giving Ireland what was probably its first monastery and also setting the direction to life in seclusion for many centuries to come. [...]The primary purpose of these translations has been to present early irish monastic documents to as wide a reading public as possible in the hope that their doctrinal content will become more widely known, understood, and used.”
—“Introduction”

Introduction
RULES
   The Rule of Ailbe
   The Rule of Comghall
   The Rule of Colmcille
   The Rule of Ciarán
   The Rule of the Grey Monks
   The Rule of Cormac Mac Ciolionáin
   The Rule of Carthage
   An Incomplete Fragment
   The Rule of the Céli Dé
   The Rule of Tallaght
WRITINGS, LITANIES, AND HYMNS
   Testimony to the Monastery of Sinchell The Younger
   The Homily of Cambrai Fragment
   A Treatice on The Eucharest
   The Alphabet of Devotion
   Litany of the Trinity
   Litany of Jesus Christ
   Litany of Our Lady
   Invocation of Saint Michael
   Latin Hymns
Bibliography
Biographical Sketch

Item Number: BKLP682
Publication Data: Kalamazoo, MI/Spencer, MA: Cistercian Publications, 1996
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 216
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.5 cm × 13.9 cm × 1.2 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒87907‒662‒3

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