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Towards a Benedictine theology of manual labor.

Rembert Sorg

Towards a Benedictine theology of manual labor.

by Rembert Sorg

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Published by Benedictine Orient, St. Procopius Abbey in Lisle, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino,
  • Benedictines.,
  • Church and labor.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: 2 leaves at end.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX3003 .S6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 36, 2 l.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6075184M
    LC Control Number50017755
    OCLC/WorldCa4126182

    This comprehensive manual is aimed especially at oblates and associates of Benedictine communities, those who regularly spend retreats or quiet days in Benedictine centres and all those who want to order their life to be more in tune with Benedictine spirituality. The book contains: the text of the Rule of St Benedict; an introduction to the essentials of Benedictine spirituality; a simple.   Thus the liturgical equivalent of the Divine Office in the consecration of Monks is the raising of children in sacred matrimony. In both states, manual labor is motivated accordingly.” Sorg, Holy Work: Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor, p. Here’s where I .

    Benedictine values that speak to the daily lives of today's lay Christians. It was written at the request of Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, O.S.B., and with his encouragement. It is not meant to be a new "manual"; rather, it is expected that the Oblate will supplement this booklet with a choice of prayer book for the Divine Office (see options File Size: KB. Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor, which was privately published by its author Dom Rebert Sorg, O.S.B., in , and argues for a spiritual understanding of labor which is not in the "ignoble service of selfish greed.".

    A Manual of Catholic Theology, Based on Scheeben's “Dogmatik” Joseph Wilhelm, D.D., PHD. And Thomas B. Scannell, D.D. With a Preface By Cardinal Manning. The Rule of Saint Benedict (Latin: Regula Sancti Benedicti) is a book of precepts written in by Benedict of Nursia (c. AD –) for monks living communally under the authority of an abbot. The spirit of Saint Benedict's Rule is summed up in the motto of the Benedictine Confederation: pax ("peace") and the traditional ora et labora.


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Dorthy Day was impressed with the book and wrote: Sorg goes in for a deeper theology of manual labor in dealing with man as co-creator with God.; taking the raw material that God has provided, making things of use and beauty and bringing about a synthesis of cult, culture and : Dom Rembert Sorg.

Title: Holy Work: Toward a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor Author: Dom Rembert Sorg Publisher: Santa Ana, CA: Source Books, Reviewer: Josh Sweeden, Ph.D.

student in Practical Theology. Originally published inDom Rembert Sorg’s theological engagement of the Benedictine understanding of manual labor remains a classic text today. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sorg, Dom Rembert, Holy work.

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Free shipping for many products. Home Night. I started reading Dom Rembert Sorg’s book Holy Work: Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor, the central premise of which – in the words of Brian Terrell, who wrote the preface to the edition – is that the Benedictine tradition of “work and prayer” offers a “solution to the world’s political and economic problems, not just a way to holiness for certain.

A Theology of Labor. There la very 11ttle written on the subject of work that is available to students; much is written about the worker these days but very little about work itself, so when a pamphlet entitled “Towards A Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor” came Into the office last month I was delighted.

It is by Dom Rembert Sorg, O.S.B. But here is a book by Father Sorg which is of exceptional interest to all in the lay apostolate which has more than a philosophy of labor, it has a theology of labor.

"Father Sorg's treatise goes back to St. Anthony of Egypt who rejoiced in never having been troublesome to anyone else on account of labor of his hands. Dorothy quoted at length from Fr. Rembert Sorg, OSB Eastern Rite, regarding the Desert Fathers and also his pamphlet, Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor.

She noted in the October CW that the pamphlet could be obtained from St. Procopius Abbey, Benedictine Orient, Lisle, Illinois, adding.

Holy Work: Toward a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor. Written in with a view towards those who had committed themselves to a communal monastic tradition, Sorg’s work nonetheless carries many deep applications for us today – diving into a deep theology that portrays mankind as co-creator with God.; taking the raw material that God.

1 Idleness is the enemy of the soul. Therefore, the brothers should have specified periods for manual labor as well as for prayerful reading. 2 We believe that the times for both may be arranged as follows: 3 From Easter to the first of October, they will spend their mornings after Prime till about the fourth hour at whatever work needs to be done.

4 From the fourth hour until the time of Sext. Department of Theology “Catholic theology, taught in a manner faithful to Scripture, tradition, and the Church’s Magisterium, provides an awareness of the Gospel principles which will enrich the meaning of human life and give it a new dignity.” (Ex corde ecclesiae, 20).

Faithful to the Christian message as it has come to us through the Church, our mission is to introduce students to. Buy Holy Work by Dom Rembert Sorg from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Manual labor occupies the body in a manner which supports spiritual progress.

Such "work of the hands" is attributed to those who came before ("forefathers"), including the Apostles. Sunday is a day of rest from physical labor, the Christian adaptation of the Sabbath, the day of rest under Jewish religious law.

In my first theology course at St. John’s University, Fr. Michael Patella, OSB, required us to attend one session of his community’s prayer. Drearily trudging through the snow towards the massive Abbey Church, I can remember sitting far from the monks’ chairs and dreading the half hour I would lose.

As the Zwicks point out, Dorothy quoted at length from Fr. Rembert Sorg, OSB Eastern Rite, regarding the Desert Fathers and also his pamphlet, Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor.

In the October Catholic Worker, she wrote: “In the whole study of labor and of work there is usually an acceptance of our capitalistic industrial. Similar Items. Benedictine monachism; studies in Benedictine life and rule, by: Butler, Edward Cuthbert, Published: () Benedictine monachism, by.

BENEDICTINE SPIRITUALITY by JACQUES WINANDY Abbe de Clervaux The only document that contains a few facts is the second book of the "Dialogues" of Pope Saint Gregory ( ). prayer, sacred reading and manual labor (chapter 48), the brevity of silent prayer in choir (chapter 20), perpetual abstinence from meat (chapters 36 and.

Dorothy quoted at length from Fr. Rembert Sorg, OSB Eastern Rite, regarding the Desert Fathers and also his pamphlet, Towards a Benedictine Theology of Manual Labor. She noted in the October CW that the pamphlet could be obtained from St. Procopius Abbey, Benedictine Orient, Lisle, Illinois, adding.The Teaching of the Theological Manuals This article is of historical interest to those who want to research the origin of the so-called.Towards a Benedictine theology of manual labor / by: Sorg, Rembert, Published: () Italian Benedictine scholars and the Reformation: the Congregation of Santa Giustina of Padua / .