Item description for Carthusian Spirituality: The Writings of Hugh of Balma and Guigo De Ponte (Classics of Western Spirituality) by Dennis D. Martin, Hugh & Guigues...
Overview Translated here for the first time in their entirety in English are the extant writings of two little known 13th-century Carthusians who had great influence on Christian spirituality.
Publishers Description The most in-depth and scholarly panorama of Western spirituality ever attempted
In one series, the original writings of the universally acknowledged teachers of the Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Islamic and Native American traditions have been critically selected, translated and introduced by internationally recognized scholars and spiritual leaders.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.25" Width: 6.25" Height: 1.19" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 1997
Publisher Paulist Press
Series Classics Of Western Spirituality
ISBN 0809104806 ISBN13 9780809104802
Availability 0 units.
More About Dennis D. Martin, Hugh & Guigues
Dennis D. Martin was born in 1952.
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universality of the deity Jun 8, 2009
I reviewed this book before, I think I might have upset a few people. Sorry, I have a tendency not to consider other people's points of view. Anyway,this is a great book on Catholic (Universal) spirituality. It's just one of the many avenues one can study to find where they can get some good tips on contemplation. These monks have been called the elite of the church. I think I can understand why. The simplicity of this work is great with no coloration. I'll admit, there are a few fifty dollar words I have to look up, probably due to lack of an education. These contemplatives, from what I've read about them, follow the ways of the early desert fathers. Community is stressed, but a lot of time is spent alone in reading and meditation. They have my respect. Anyone who is looking for a great work on their spirituality, should find this a great book. It has improved my walk with less talk.