Sant'anselmo in Rome Hardback

College and University; from the Beginnings to the Present Day

by Pius Engelbert;

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Sant'anselmo in Rome

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Sant'Anselmo in Rome was founded in 1888 by Pope Leo XIII for the training of Benedictines from all over the world in philosophy and theology. To this day, Sant'Anselmo is characterized by the interplay between the Benedictine College and the university entrusted to it, the Pontificio Ateneo di Sant'Anselmo, which for decades has also welcomed non-Benedictine students. For well over a century Sant'Anselmo has had a strong influence on Benedictine monasteries in every continent while providing a lasting service to the Universal Church through the pursuit of academic liturgical and theological studies. What were the burning issues and events in the history of Sant'Anselmo? What was the guiding spirit among professors and students in the different periods of Sant'Anselmo's existence? How did one live in the College? These are just a few of the questions addressed by Abbot Pius Engelbert's history of the College and University. Includes four-color images

Sant'anselmo in Rome by Pius Engelbert was published by Liturgical Press in June 2015. The ISBN for Sant'anselmo in Rome is 9780814637135.

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Details for Sant'anselmo in Rome

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherLiturgical Press (June 2015)
Number of Pages336
Thickness19 mm
Height254 mm
Width178 mm
Product Code4335057
Page last updated 30th June 2018
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