True Sons of St. Benedict
Words of Life: On the Margin of the Missal
by Dom Columba Marmion, Abbot of Maredsous
Fort Collins, Colorado: Roman Catholic Books, 2001 (originally published 1939)
(488 pages; $18.95, cloth)
Custody of the Heart: Selected Spiritual Writings of Abbot Martin Veth,
edited by William P. Hyland
Atchison, Kansas: Benedictine College Press, 2001
(185 pages; $15.00 [$18.50 with postage and handling; it can be ordered from: Fr. Maurice Haefling, O.S.B., St. Benedict’s Abbey, 1020 N. Second St., Atchison, KS 66002], paper)
reviewed by Addison H. Hart
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Addison H. Hart is retired from active ministry as parish priest and university chaplain. He is the author of Knowing Darkness: On Skepticism, Melancholy, Friendship, and God and The Yoke of Jesus: A School for the Soul in Solitude (both from Eerdmans). His forthcoming book is a study of the Sermon on the Mount. He lives and writes in Norheimsund, Norway.
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