William Of Saint Thierry; Translated by Thomas X. Davis; Introduction by David N. Bell
William of Saint Thierry wrote down his reflections on the nature and greatness of love during the second decade of the twelfth century, while he was abbot of the benedictine monastery of St Thierry, ...
William Of Saint Thierry; Translation by Thomas X. Davis OCSO; Introduction by E. Rozanne Elder
Written in reaction to the teaching of Peter Abelard and as a companion piece to The Enigma of Faith, the Mirror explores how faith knows, how reason knows, and how—in the last analysis—only love can ...
William of Saint Thierry; Translated by Penelope Lawson, CSMV; Introductions by Jacques Hourlier, OSB and J. M. Déchanet, OSB
Written during his benedictine years, these colloquies reveal William's inner struggle to reach out to God by stripping away encumbrances, to learn to love and to accept God's love by learning to acce ...
William of Saint Thierry; Translated by M. Columba Hart OSB
"Perhaps no book was more central to medieval spirituality and mysticism," writes Bernard McGinn, "or more problematic to contemporary readers, than the Song of Songs. . . Lingering Victorian attitude ...
William of Saint Thierry; Translated by John Baptist Hasbrouk, OCSO; Introduction by John D. Anderson
The Epistle to the Romans was a favorite text of medieval commentators, especially in an age concerned with the theology of grace. William of Saint Thierry's Exposition is a thoroughly monastic text. ...
William Of Saint Thierry; Translation, introduction and notes by John D. Anderson
William of Saint Thierry left all things in his search for God. He left his home in Liége (modern Belgium) to study in France. He left the schools to enter benedictine monastic life at Rheims. And lat ...
William of Saint Thierry; Translated by Theodore Berkeley OCSO; Introduction by J. M. Déchanet OSB
This practical guide to the spiritual life, cherished by monks, beguines, and layfolk for eight centuries, can still lead men and women to God.