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Augustine Baker

(1575—1641)


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Fr. Augustine Baker O.S.B: Vox Clamantis in Deserto Animae. Edited by John Clark. Pp. xvi + 207. Illustrated. (Analecta Cartusiana, 119:22.) Salzburg: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 2004. isbn 3 900033 23 4. Paper €40.

The Uneasy Relationship of the Carthusians of Trisulti with their Neighbours 1208–1947. By James Hogg. Fr. Augustine Baker, O.S.B.: Idiot's Devotion – The Penitent. Edited by John Clark. Notre Dame de Risque, Boquen: The Rise and Fall of a French Monastic Revival. By James Hogg.

Introduction and Notes for Nubes Ignorandi, the Latin version of The Cloud of Unknowing in Bodleian Library, Oxford, ms. Bodley 856. By John Clark. Walter Hilton's Mixed Life – Further Sources. By John Clark. The Re-Burial of the Remains of Fr. Augustine Baker, O.S.B. (1575–1641). By John Clark. Cartusia. By James Hogg. The Works of Jan van Blitterswyck, O.Cart.: A Revised List. By Anselm J. Gribbin. A Vauvert Liturgical Manuscript on Sale in Paris. By James Hogg. Recommended Reading. By James Hogg.

 

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(1575–1641),

Benedictine writer. Sancta Sophia, or Holy Wisdom (1657) is a posthumous collection of his ascetical writings; it expounds the way of contemplation. He also wrote on the history of the Benedictine Order in England.

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