Carthusian


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Carthusian

RC Church
a. a member of an austere monastic order founded by Saint Bruno in 1084 near Grenoble, France
b. (as modifier): a Carthusian monastery
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In Olivier Cullin's chapter on notations in Carthusian liturgical books, he shows, by means of excellent illustrations, that there is notational unity amongst Carthusian manuscripts, namely a trend towards 'a heavier and more vertical quadratic writing'.
If life moves with a studied slowness at the Grand Chartreuse monastery in the French Alps, head monastery of the Carthusian order, so, too, does "Into Great Silence.
INTO GREAT SILENCE (U, 164 mins) is an epic documentary which delves into the largely silent, reclusive world of Carthusian monks in a French monastery.
With almost no dialogue, Silence reveals the life of monks in the Grande Chartreuse monastery hidden in the French Alps, where they have kept their Carthusian monastic rule since 1084 when they were founded by St.
Describing "Mademoiselle Acarie and her circle," the author explores the likelihood that Acarie drew on a variety of medieval sources to formulate a Christocentric vision of a contemplative life outside the cloister and did not merely follow in the footsteps of influential contemporary clerics such as Benoit de Canfield or the Carthusian Richard Beaucousin.
48 horses, including proud Andalusians, noble Lusitanos and, for the first time, Carthusian stallions, demonstrate the endless variety and diversity characterising the world of horses.
Carthusian, sometimes printed under the name of Bonaventura, whose interpretation of the Dionysian triplex via (purgatio, illuminatio, perfecto, and unitio) underlies the structure of Hugo's work.
Part ii looks at 'Carthusian Links with Female Spirituality' through Marleen Cre's examination of the Amherst manuscript as a context for Julian's Short Text and the Mirror of Simple Souls, and two essays that draw attention to works written by Carthusians for women that deserve to be better known: Rebecca Selman on the Speculum Devotorum and Anne McGovern-Mouron on the ps.
3) The program began in 1995 when Professor Kent Emery of the University of Notre Dame (a world-renowned specialist in the Carthusian order) brought to the library's attention a precious Carthusian manuscript in the catalogue of a German antiquarian bookdealer.
Most of the essays focus on relatively less-studied works in these subgenres: the Book of Hours tradition and Ancrene Wisse (Bella Millett); Speculum devotorum, translated from various Latin texts by a Carthusian (Rebecca Selman); Manere of Good Lyvying, the Middle English version of Liber de modo bene vivendi ad sororem (Anne McGovern-Mouton); Robert Grosseteste's Chateau d'amour (Whitehead); and Friar Thomas de Hales's Love Rune (Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou).
Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra's rejuvenation of a Carthusian monastery in Seville instils a spatial richness and material refinement to a heterogeneous collection of original buildings.
Tracing the pervasive influence of Denys on Augustine, Bonaventure, Meister Eckhart, the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing, Denys the Carthusian, John of the Cross, and (to a far lesser degree) Julian of Norwich, Catherine of Genoa, and Teresa of Avila, Turner sustains his original thesis with analytic accounts of topics ranging from the logic of metaphor (chap.