The Cistercian Spirit: A Symposium in Memory of Thomas Merton

@article{Graves1971TheCS,
  title={The Cistercian Spirit: A Symposium in Memory of Thomas Merton},
  author={Coburn V. Graves and M. Basil Pennington},
  journal={The American Historical Review},
  year={1971},
  volume={76},
  pages={755}
}
3 Citations

Wild Strawberries from Reichenau: Ruminations on Authority and Difference in Eleventh-Century “Gregorian” Chant

One of the paradoxes of Gregorian chant is the way in which written sources become ever more plentiful across the Middle Ages while commentaries on its cultural and intellectual status take the

The Cistercian Conception of Community: An Aspect of Twelfth-Century Spirituality

  • C. Bynum
  • History
    Harvard Theological Review
  • 1975
In 1919, Cuthbert Butler, abbot of Downside abbey and one of the major figures in Roman Catholic intellectual life in England in the early years of this century, published an interpretation of

Books Received

  • Harvard Theological Review
  • 1971