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Cistercian spirituality mat' be seen as 'rooted in the lilt of an extended family in all its simplicity and ordinariness, but yet touching hearts and minds with words that make ancient truths new and incisive l'or succeeding generations'. Esther de Waal in the Foreword The renowned author Basil Pennington leads us on an exploration or the life and energy of the Cistercian...more
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Published June 16th 2011 by Canterbury Press Norwich (first published 2001)
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Dom M. Basil Pennington O.C.S.O. (1931–2005) was a Trappist monk and priest. He was a leading Roman Catholic spiritual writer, speaker, teacher, and director.

Pennington was an alumnus of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas Angelicum where he obtained a licentiate in Theology in 1959.[1] He also earned a licentiate in Canon Law at the Pontifical Gregorian University. Pennington became k...more
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