Session Title

The Contribution of Adalbert de Vogüé to Monastic Studies

Sponsoring Organization(s)

American Benedictine Academy

Organizer Name

Hugh Feiss, OSB

Organizer Affiliation

Monastery of the Ascension

Presider Name

Ellen Martin

Presider Affiliation

Independent Scholar

Paper Title 1

DeVogüé on Vocabulary: Comparing the Rule of the Master and Rule of Benedict

Presenter 1 Name

Colleen McGrane, OSB

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration

Paper Title 2

"Cura" in De Vogüé's Editions of the Rule of the Master and the Rule of Benedict

Presenter 2 Name

Hugh Feiss, OSB

Paper Title 3

A Puzzling Passage in the Rule of Columbanus

Presenter 3 Name

Terrence Kardong, OSB

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Assumption Abbey

Start Date

11-5-2013 10:00 AM

Session Location

Valley II 202

Description

Adalbert de Vogüé (1924-2011) was the 20th century's most prolific and influential scholar of ancient monastic rules in the 20th century. This session is a tribute to him by way of soundings in his work and interests. One presenter was his student; another is translating his monumental commentary on the Rule of Benedict. The first two papers are concerned with his editions and studies of the Rule of the Master and the Rule of Benedict. The third paper explores a puzzling passage in one of the Latin Rules that De Vogüé studied in his monumental Histoire littéraire du mouvement monastique de la antiquité latin.

Hugh B. Feiss

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May 11th, 10:00 AM

The Contribution of Adalbert de Vogüé to Monastic Studies

Valley II 202

Adalbert de Vogüé (1924-2011) was the 20th century's most prolific and influential scholar of ancient monastic rules in the 20th century. This session is a tribute to him by way of soundings in his work and interests. One presenter was his student; another is translating his monumental commentary on the Rule of Benedict. The first two papers are concerned with his editions and studies of the Rule of the Master and the Rule of Benedict. The third paper explores a puzzling passage in one of the Latin Rules that De Vogüé studied in his monumental Histoire littéraire du mouvement monastique de la antiquité latin.

Hugh B. Feiss