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Life of St. Stephen Harding, Abbot of Citeaux, and founder of the Cistercian Order

John Dobree (Fr. Bernard) Dalgairns

Life of St. Stephen Harding, Abbot of Citeaux, and founder of the Cistercian Order

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Published by Newman in Westminster, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stephen Harding, -- Saint, -- d. 1134.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementEd. by John Henry Newman.
    ContributionsNewman, John Henry, 1801-1890., Thurston, Herbert, 1856-1939.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4700.S75D3 [19-]
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18763752M

    The Order of Cistercians of the Common Observance, or Cistercian Order, and Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, or Trappist Order, share a common heritage dating back to and the founding of the Abbey of Cîteaux, in Burgundy. Cistercian monasticism constitutes a major part of Stanley Roseman’s work on the monastic life. This website page “The Cistercians and Trappists. Preface. P. 1 The holy abbots Robert of Molesme, Alberic and Stephen Harding gave the Benedictine tradition a particular form when in they built the New Monastery of Cîteaux, the Mother of us all, and founded the Cistercian Order. About , Saint Stephen established the nuns’ monastery of “Tart”, as Cîteaux’s own daughter-house, entrusted to the pastoral care of the abbot of.


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St. Stephen Harding, (born c.Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England—died MaCîteaux, Burgundy [France]; canonized ; feast day July 16), third abbot of Cîteaux (Latin: Cistercium) and a founder of the Cistercian Order.

Educated at Sherborne Abbey, he fled to Scotland sometime after the Norman Conquest. Life of St. Stephen Harding; Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order Paperback – Septem by John Dobree Dalgairns (Author) See all 22 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Dobree Dalgairns.

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Dalgairns. Life of St. Stephen Harding: Life of St. Stephen Harding of Citeaux and founder of the Cistercian order by Dalgairns, John Bernard, ; Newman, John Henry,editor ; Pages: Life of St. Stephen Harding Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order Life of St.

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Stephen Harding, St (d). Third abbot of Cîteaux. A native and monk of Sherborne (Dorset), Stephen joined the abbey of Molesme near Dijon. Fervently ascetic, he helped Abbot Robert tighten Benedictine life there, but, facing opposition, they left for Cîteaux, a barren, marshy place, to follow the rule more rigorously.

Key mandates of the first constitution, titled the Carta Caritatis (“Charter of Charity”), required each Cistercian abbot to make an annual inspection or “visitation” of his daughter-houses, as well as to convene annually with his brother abbots at Cîteaux for a “general chapter” dedicated to the governance and promotion of what had essentially become the first “religious order” in the Church.

(The Stephen Harding Bible) p, His (St. Stephen Harding) rejection of the tendency to adapt the text so as to point towards the current patri s tic interpretation led him to consult Jewish experts in order to arrive at an authentic reading. "Despite serious limits fr o m the viewpoint of modem textual criticism, a sure finesse of mind can be recognised in : Fr Donald.

Confessor, the third Abbot of Cîteaux, was born at Sherborne in Dorsetshire, England, about the middle of the eleventh century; died 28 March, He received his early education in the monastery of Sherborne and afterwards studied in Paris and returning from the latter city he stopped at the monastery of Molesme and, being much impressed by the holiness of St.

Robert, the abbot. The three founders of the monastery at Citeaux: from left to right, Stephen Harding, Saint Robert of Molesme, and Saint Alberic.

The saint of the day for April 17 is St. Stephen Harding (), an English-born monk and abbot, who was one of the founders of the Cistercian Order Author: Jean Heimann.

Life of St. Stephen Harding abbot of Citeaux and founder of the Cistercian order Life of St. Stephen Harding John Bernard Dalgairns. Published by London: Art and Book Co., New York:. Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order, by J.B.

Dalgairns, edited by Blessed John Henry Newman, new edition with notes by Herbert Thurston, S.J. (London, Leamington: Art and Book Company; New York.

Stephen Harding is regarded as the founder of the Cistercian monasteries. He was born in Dorset, England, and educated at Sherborne Abbey.

After studying in Paris and Rome, he visited the. The Exordium Parvum, or Short History of the Origin of Citeaux, was composed by St. Stephen’s order, by some of his first companions.

This most edifying golden book, as it is justly called by the annalist of the Order, is inserted by F. Teissier, in the Bibliotheca Patrum Cisterciensium, which he published in three volumes in folio, in St Stephen Harding established Tart as Citeaux’s own daughter house and entrusted it to the pastoral care of the abbot of Citeaux.

From then on individual monasteries of women as well as whole federations of nuns sought to ally themselves with the Cistercian monks first in France and then in Spain, where the royal monastery of Las Huelgas was. Stephen Harding, right, and the Benedictine Abbot of St.

Vaast, left, present models of their churches to Our Lady - Bibliotheque Municipal Dijon Stephen Harding, son of an English noble, consecrated himself very early to the monastic life in the Abbey of Sherbonne in Dorsetshire. Cistercian, member of a Roman Catholic monastic order founded in and named after the original establishment at Citeaux (Latin: Cistercium), near Dijon, France.

The order’s founders were a group of Benedictine monks who desired to live under the strictest interpretation of the Rule of St. Benedict. Stephen served the house at Citeaux for twenty-five years. While no single person is considered the founder of the Cistercian Order, the shape of Cistercian belief and its rapid growth in the 12th century was due to the leadership of Stephen Harding.

Inhe resigned the head of the order, due to age and disability. He died the following year. Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order 1 edition By John Dobree Dalgairns Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks.

Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order (Classic Reprint) Paperback – 30 Jul by J. Dalgairns (Author) See all 23 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: J. Dalgairns.

ST STEPHEN, CONFESSOR, ABBOT OF CITEAUX— Feast: April From the Exordium of Citeaux: the Annals of that Order by Manriquez, the short ancient life of St. Stephen, published by Henriquez in his Fasciculus, printed at Brussels in and by Henschenius, Apr.

17, t. ; also from the little Exordium of Citeaux, and the Exordium Magnum Cisterc. both in the first tome of. Buy the Hardcover Book Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order by John Dobree Dalgairns atCanada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. + Stephen became third abbot of Citeaux and is honored with Robert and Alberic as one of the founders of the Cistercian Order. + It was induring Stephen’s rule as abbot, that Saint. The English monastic reformer and medieval abbot St.

Stephen Harding (died ) helped to found the reformed Benedictine monastery of Cîteaux, France. The spirit and organization of the Cistercians, which date from his abbacy, reflect St.

Stephen's ideas. Before the Norman invasion of England, Stephen was a monk in the Benedictine abbey of Sherborne. Title: Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: October 7.

Stephen HardingThe English monastic reformer and medieval abbot St. Stephen Harding (died ) helped to found the reformed Benedictine monastery of Cîteaux, France.

The spirit and organization of the Cistercians, which date from his abbacy, reflect St. Stephen's ideas. Source for information on St. Stephen Harding: Encyclopedia of World Biography dictionary. by Gerelyn Hollingsworth On this day we celebrate the feast of St. Stephen Harding, an Englishman who was one of the three founders of the Cistercian Order.

He served as. After receiving a monastic formation from St. Stephen Harding, he was sent in to begin a new monastery near Aube: Clairvaux, the Valley of Light. As a young abbot he published a series of sermons on the Annunciation. Get this from a library.

Life of St. Stephen Harding: abbot of Citeaux and founder of the Cistercian order. [John Bernard Dalgairns; John Henry Newman; Herbert Thurston]. Get this from a library. Life of St.

Stephen Harding, Abbot of Citeaux and founder of the Cistercian order. [John Bernard Dalgairns]. Saint Stephen Harding Theological College and Seminary/St.

Seraphim School of Orthodox Theology are Religious Order affiliated educational institutions under the authority of The Cistercian Order of the Holy Cross, a (c) 3 non-profit corporation. Our degrees are classified as ecclesiastically accredited. History. Citeaux was purchased and repopulated by monks sent from various monasteries of the Order.

Dom Chautard, Abbot of Chambarand, was made superior. Regular life began 1 October The community was granted the faculty to elect its own abbot. See this online ebook: Life of St. Stephen Harding: Abbot of Citeaux and Founder of the Cistercian Order, by J.B. Dalgairns, edited by Blessed John Henry Newman, new edition with notes by Herbert Thurston, S.J.

(London, Leamington: Art and Book Company; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, ).With Imprimatur. Available at the HathiTrust Digital Library; and available in pdf. STEPHEN, ABBOT OF CITEAUX, C. From the Exordium of Citeaux: the Annals of that Order by Manriquez: the short ancient Life of St.

Stephen, published by Henriquez in his Fasciculus, printed at Brussels inand by Henschenius, 17 Apr. 2, p. ; also from the Little Exordium of Citeaux, and the Exordium Magnum Cisterc, both in the first tome of Teissier’s Bibliotheca Patrum Cisterc.

The first Cistercian monastery for women was established at Tart in the Diocese of Langres (now Dijon), in the yearby sisters from the Benedictine monastery of Juilly, and with the co-operation of St. Stephen Harding, Abbot of Cîteaux.

At Juilly, a dependence of Molesme, Ste Humbleine, sister of St. Bernard, lived and died. Stephen Harding, third Abbot of Citeaux (), was an Englishman and his influence in the early organization of the Cistercian Order had been very great. It was natural therefore that, when, after the coming of St.

Bernard and his companions infoundations began to multiply, the project of sending a colony of monks to England should find favourable consideration.

The humble beginnings of the Cistercian Order were soon followed by a rapid expansion, owed in particular to the spiritual leadership and saintly personality of St.

Bernard (), the founding abbot of Clairvaux, the third daughter-house of Citeaux. Cardinal Guy, archbishop of Vienne, legate of the holy see, inmade a visit to Citeaux, carried St.

Stephen to his diocess, and founded there, in a valley, the abbey of Bonnevaux. He was afterwards pope, under the name of Calixtus II., and dying inordered his heart to be carried to Citeaux, and put into the hands of St.

Stephen. Saint of the Day – 17 April – St Stephen Harding () Monk, priest, writer, teacher and co-founder of the Cistercian Order – Patron of the Cistercians Attributes: Dressed in the Cistercian habit, abbot’s crozier, holding the Carta caritatis (“Charter of Charity”), a founding document for the Cistercian Order.

Harding was born in Sherborne, Dorset, in the Kingdom of. Saints of the Day – 26 January – St Alberic of Citeaux (Died ) Monk and Abbot, St Robert of Molesme () Abbot and St Stephen Harding (c ) Monk, Priest and the three are Co-Founders of the Cistercian Order.

The new Abbot was c, who was later succeeded by n Harding.c and n Harding, each Abbots in their own right, are celebrated as founders of the Cistercian Order. With the guidance of c, the small community of monks, built their first church, and settled down to their new way of life.Cistercian Saints January 10 St.

William of Bourges, Bishop of Our Order. William de Don Jeon was born at Nevers France. He was educated by his uncle Peter, archdeacon of Soissons, became a canon of Soissons and of Paris and then became a monk at Grandmont Abbey.