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Index to Volume 68 (March, June, September, and December 2017)

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Benedictine Communio: A Gift for the Church. By Michael Leonard Hahn, O.S.B. 4.389-407.

Brother Urbain, O.S.B., Monk and Martyr, 1918-1968, Witness to the Faith. By Denis Huerre, O.S.B. 1.3-14.

Dom Augustin Calmet, Exegete. By Christophe Vuillaume, O.S.B. 1.57-72.

Dominici Schola Servitii: Benedict and Practical Theology. By Marc Lavallee. 1.73-87.

A Fifteenth-Century Camaldolese Sermo Modernus on True and False Penance. By William P. Hyland. 1.15-28.

Gregory Scherr and Boniface Wimmer: United in Friendship Across "Lands and Seas." By Warren D. Murrman, O.S.B. 3.201-322.

The Heart of Community: Mercy in the Rule of Benedict. By Joanna Burley, O.S.B. 3.233-250.

Ideological Roots of Early Citeaux. By Bede Lackner, O.Cist. 3.251-273.

Intergenerational Living: Challenges and Strategies for Monastic Communities. By Raymond Studzinski, O.S.B. 2.136-153.

Joseph Ferdinand Müller, Court Chaplain and Promoter of the Bavarian Benedictine Mission to America. By Warren Murrman, O.S.B. 2.121-135.

The Model of Friendship in the Letters of St. Anselm to Gundulf: Response to the "Love Letters of St. Anselm." By Jayasundara Araliya, O.S.B. 4.368-388.

Present Moment - Presence of God. By Brian J. Pierce, O.P. 2.196-210.

The Sapiential Dimension of Monastic Theology in the Light of the Second Vatican Council. By Luigi Gioia, O.S.B. 1.29-36.

A Source of Vigor in the Spiritual Ecosystem: Benedictine Presence in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. By Joel Rippinger, O.S.B. 2.211-223.

The Spirituality of Saint Columban (615-2015): An Outline. By Paolo Gionta, O.S.B. 1.88-97.

Trends in Membership for Benedictine Women in the Bavarian Benedictine Federation. By Thomas Piazza and Sr. Felicitas Seisenberger, O.S.B. 4.408-417.

Were Aelred of Rievaulx and Gilbert of Sempringham Friends? Evidence from Aelred's A Certain Wonderful Miracle and the Gilbertine Lay Brothers' Revolt. By Marsha L. Dutton. 3.274-300.

William of Malmesbury, Monk, Historian, Hagiographer, and Man of Letters. By William Smith. 2.154-195.

Word of God and Monasticism in Karl Barth. By Luigi Gioia, O.S.B. 4.418-432.

Youth (Sub)Cultures and Monasticism: An Unconscious Affinity? By Bernard Sawicki, O.S.B. 3.323-331.


Authors

Araliya, Jayasundara, O.S.B. The Model of Friendship in the Letters of St. Anselm to Gundulf: Response to the "Love Letters of St. Anselm." 4.368-388.

Burley, Joanna, O.S.B. The Heart of Community: Mercy in the Rule of Benedict. 3.233-250.

Dutton, Marsha L. Were Aelred of Rievaulx and Gilbert of Sempringham Friends? Evidence from Aelred's A Certain Wonderful Miracle and the Gilbertine Lay Brothers' Revolt. 3.274-300.

Gioia, Luigi, O.S.B. The Sapiential Dimension of Monastic Theology in the Light of the Second Vatican Council. 1.29-36.

-----. Word of God and Monasticism in Karl Barth. 4.418-432.

Gionta, Paolo, O.S.B. The Spirituality of Saint Columban (615-2015): An Outline. 1.88-97.

Hahn, Michael Leonard, O.S.B. Benedictine Communio: A Gift for the Church. 4.389-407.

Huerre, Denis, O.S.B. Brother Urbain, O.S.B., Monk and Martyr, 1918-1968, Witness to the Faith. 1,3-14.

Hyland, William P. A Fifteenth-Century Camaldolese Sermo Modernus on True and False Penance. 1.15-28.

Lackner, Bede, O.Cist. Ideological Roots of Early Citeaux. 3.251-273.

Lavallee, Marc. Dominici Schola Servitii: Benedict and Practical Theology. 1.73-87.

Murrman, Warren D., O.S.B. Gregory Scherr and Boniface Wimmer: United in Friendship Across "Lands and Seas." 3.201-322.

-----. Joseph Ferdinand Müller, Court Chaplain and Promoter of the Bavarian Benedictine Mission to America. 2.121-135.

Piazza, Thomas and Sr. Felicitas Seisenberger, O.S.B. Trends in Membership for Benedictine Women in the Bavarian Benedictine Federation. 4.408-417.

Pierce, Brian J., O.P. Present Moment - Presence of God. 2.196-210.

Puzicha, Michaela, O.S.B. Mercy in the Rule of Benedict. 4:346-367.

Rippinger, Joel, O.S.B. A Source of Vigor in the Spiritual Ecosystem: Benedictine Presence in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. 2.211-223.

Sawicki, Bernard, O.S.B. Youth (Sub)Cultures and Monasticism: An Unconscious Affinity? 3.323-331.

Smith, William. William of Malmesburv, Monk, Historian, Hagiographer, and Man of Letters. 2.154-195.

Studzinski, Raymond, O.S.B. Intergenerational Living: Challenges and Strategies for Monastic Communities. 2.136-153.

Vuillaume, Christophe, O.S.B. Dom Augustin Calmet, Exegete. 1.57-72.


Book Reviews: 1.98-117; 2.224-329; 3.332-342; 433-435.

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