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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Cistercian Publications Inc
The Great Beginning of Citeaux: A Narrative of the Beginning of the Cisterian Order; The Exordium Magnum of Conrad of EberbachCistercian Publications Inc / 2012 / Trade Paperback$53.96 Retail:
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A Guide to Living in the Truth: St. Benedict's Teaching on HumilityMichael CaseyLiguori Publications / 2001 / Trade Paperback$15.29 Retail:
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In his chapter on the procedure for the reception of new brothers, Saint Benedict makes provision for entrusting them to the care of "a senior who is skilled in winning souls who will diligently pay attention to them in everything" (58.6). In The Art of Winning Souls: Pastoral Care of Novices, Michael Casey, OCSO, reflects on what this means today, based on his own experience and observation of the fruitful ministry of others.
Here Casey focuses on the pastoral care given in the name of a monastic community to those who enter it, from initial contact up to the point where their vocation has recognizably stabilized. His reflections are not intended to be prescriptive. They are, rather, descriptive of what he considers to be best practice, as he has encountered this in his experience of many different expressions of the monastic and Benedictine charism. This book promises to serve as an indispensable resource for vocation directors, novice directors, and junior directors for years to come.
Michael Casey, OCSO, has been a monk of Tarrawarra Abbey (Australia) since 1960. In the intervening years he has conducted many retreats and workshops on every continent (except Antarctica) and has written many articles on topics relating to monastic history and spirituality. He is also the author of many books, including The Road to Eternal Life: Reflections on the Prologue of Benedict's Rule and Seventy-Four Tools for Good Living: Reflections on the Fourth Chapter of Benedicts Rule, both from Liturgical Press.
Director, Monastic Formators’ Program, Rome
Novice Master, Belmont Abbey, England