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by Peter-Damian Belisle

Author: Peter-Damian Belisle
Subcategory: Worship & Devotion
Language: English
Publisher: Orbis Books (October 1, 2003)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.1
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Peter-Damian Belisle, a hermit monk of New Camaldoli Hermitage, Big Sur . This fascinating paperback is part of the Orbis Traditions of Christian Spirituality Series.

Peter-Damian Belisle, a hermit monk of New Camaldoli Hermitage, Big Sur, California, is the author of several books as well as a teacher, translator, artist, poet, and novice wood-sculptor. Perhaps at first reckoning, we might consider silence merely the absence of sound. But silence is not something that begins only when sound ends.

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by Peter-Damian Belisle. Series: Traditions of Christian Spirituality. Peter-Damian Belisle OSB Cam is a hermit monk of New Camaldoli Hermitage, Big Sur, California, the author of several books, a teacher, translator, artist, poet and novice wood-sculptor.

Letting God Be God: The Reformed Tradition (David Cornick). Light Through Darkness: The Orthodox Tradition (John Chryssavgis). Mysticism and Prophecy: The Dominican Tradition (Richard Woods). Our Restless Heart: The Augustinian Tradition (Thomas F. Martin). A Passionate Balance: The Anglican Tradition (Alan Bartlett). The Poetic Imagination: An Anglican Tradition (L. William Countryman). Poverty and Joy: The Franciscan Tradition (William J. Short)

Traditions of Christian Spirituality. Format Paperback 144 pages.

The quest for solitude with God runs through the entire Christian tradition. Peter-Damian Belisle shows us its biblical origins, through the age of the early desert monastics and the rise of monastic orders. He surveys those orders, like the Camaldolese, Carthusians, and Cistercians who maintained the hermit ideal. He continues on to examine such twentieth-century figures as Charles de Foucauld, Dorothy Day, and the Trappist martyrs of Algeria