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Benedictine pioneers in Australia.

Henry Norbert Birt

Benedictine pioneers in Australia.

Volume 1

by Henry Norbert Birt

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Published by St. Louis, MO : Herder, London : Herbert & Daniel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines -- Australia.,
  • Missions -- Australia.

  • About the Edition

    Volume 1 of 2

    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16526226M
    LC Control Number12030720
    OCLC/WorldCa613040103

    The Benedictine Order. This province also includes the Abbey of New Norcia in Western Australia, founded in by two exiled monks from St. Martin's St. Justus at Rochester, St. Mellitus at London, and St. Paulinus at York were Benedictine pioneers, and their labours were afterwards supplemented by other monks who, though not strictly. Benedictine pioneers in Australia by: Birt, Henry Norbert, Published: () L'Abbaye bénédictine de Fécamp. ouvrage scientifique du XIIIe oentenaire,

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Benedictine Pioneers in Australia, Vol. 1 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, A traditional Benedictine monastery established in in Colebrook, Tasmania, Australia.

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Students save an average of 60% off on the TextbookX marketplace. Select Bibliography. Birt, Benedictine Pioneers in Australia, vols (Lond, ) Freeman's Journal, ; T. Suttor, Hierarchy and Democracy in Australia (Melb, ) John Bede Polding papers (Catholic Archives, Sydney) Gregory papers (Downside Abbey, copy held at Sancta Sophia College, Sydney).

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Our primary task is to serve the educational and research needs of our main constituencies, the faculty, students and staff of Benedictine College and the monastic communities of Saint Benedict’s Abbey and.Comment: Irish Nuns during English Benedictine Rule.

By O'Sullivan, Moira. the Sisters of Charity mark the th anniversary of the arrival of their five pioneers in Australia on 31 December In memory of those Sisters, school houses and hospital buildings that follow the Sisters' traditions have been named after each of the five.