History of the Order

 

 

by Sister Kathleen O'Neill
Mississippi Abbey, Dubuque, Iowa, USA

 

Bibliography - Persons

Bibliography

#Brouette, E. «Les abbesses du Val-Notre-Dame, à Antheit, jusqu’en 1360,» Citeaux 25 (1974) 171-4.

Glorieux, P. Répertoire des maîtres en théologie de Paris au 13e s. Paris, 1933.

Obert-Piketti, C. Les maîtres et étudiants du collège Saint-Bernard de Paris de 1224 à 1494. Cf Position de thèses 1986 of the Ecole des Chartres.

 

Anonymous

Die heilige Regel für ein vollkommenes Leben, composed western Germany ca 1250; early vernacular text.

Coelestinus de caritate. Lille, Bibl. mun, ms 112. Presnted J Leclercq, Citeaux 14 (1963) 202-12. See DS 13, 752.

 

Abundus of Villers

Primary Sources

(#)Goswin de Bossut, Life of Abundus. #ET Martinus Cawley, Send Me God, Vol 3, Abundus the Choirmonk. Guadalupe Translations, 2000. Includes introductory material for all 3 works. The vita of Abundus was never finished.

 

 

Adam of Châalis d.1258

Works

1 sermon, in J B Schneyer, Repertorium der lateinischen Sermones des Mittelalters... (BGPTM 43, 9 vols, 1969-79) vol 1 p 42.

 

Adam of Perseigne  d.1221. Canon regular, then Benedictine at Marmoutier, then entered Pontigny. 1188-1221, abbot of Perseigne.

Works

Sermons (esp on the Virgin Mary), letters, treatises on Scriptural texts, other treatises.

?# “From a novice master’s experience,” letter, ET CSQ 2 (1967) 76-82.

#Sermon Five, On the Assumption,» ET P F O’Mara. CSQ 33.2 (1998)151-163.

(#)Lettres, t.1, letters 1-15, ed J Bouvet, SC-66, 1960.

                        #ET The Letters of Adam of Perseigne, Vol I, tr Grace Perigo, intro T Merton OCSO. CF-21, 1976. Rvw CSQ 12 (1977) [328].

                        “Dell’umilt´ e del silenzio: Epistola XVIII; Epistola XXVIII.” Intro, Ital tr, notes Cecilia Falchini. Magnano, Ed. Qiqajon, 1993 (Testi dei padrie della chiesa 2).

#Soliloquium. Text & Fr Tr J Bouvet, COCR 50 (1988) 120-171.

#Raciti, G. "Un opuscule inédit d'Adam...Le livre de l'amour mutuel," Cîteaux 31 (1980) 277-341.

Secondary Sources

Andrea, A. "Adam of Perseigne and the Fourth Crusade," Cîteaux 36 (1985) 21-37.

#Bouvet, Jean. "Le Soliloquium d'Adam de Perseigne," COCR 50 (1988) 113-9.

#Le Bail, Anselme. "Adam de Perseigne", DS 1, 198-201.

#Romaniuk, Kazimierz. «Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces, in the Work of Adam of Perseigne,» CSQ 33.2 (1993) 185-190.

 

Aleydis of Schaerbeek d.1250

Primary Sources

Vita Aleydis Scarembecanae, ed G Henschen, AASS June 11: 471-7. ET forthcoming (as of 1/96) from Guadalupe Translations. (Fr Martinus believes Abbot Arnulf II of Villers was principle author).

#St Alice the Leper. Latin text of the Vita, ET & notes by Martinus Cawley OCSO, Guadalup Abbey, Guadalupe Translations, 1987.

Secondary Sources

#Cawley, Martinus OCSO. "The Life of Alice and the Silver Age at Villers," CSQ 31 (1996) 51-74. Includes discussion of authorship of the Vita, & of the paternity of La Cambre. Rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [406].

#Mikkers, Edmund OCSO. "Meditations on the Life of Alice of Schaerbeek," HS 395-413.

#Müller, Gregor. «Die sechs Aleydis des Menologium Cisterciense,» Cist Chr 30 #353 (Juli 1918) 129-132. (129-30 on this Aleydis).

#School, Edithe OCSO. "The Golden Cross: Aleydis of Schaerbeek," HS 377-393.

Sorentino, Anna Maria. “Aleide di Scaerbeck, monaca cistercense del sec XIII,” Revista cistercense 13 (1996) 3-20. Rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [406].

 

Aleydis, Abbess of St Ägid

#Müller, Gregor. «Die sechs Aleydis des Menologium Cisterciense,» Cist Chr 30 #353 (Juli 1918) 129-132. (129-30 on this Aleydis).

 

Aleydis, 1st Abbess of Vau-le-Duc (Brabant)

#Müller, Gregor. «Die sechs Aleydis des Menologium Cisterciense,» Cist Chr 30 #353 (Juli 1918) 129-132. (129-30 on this Aleydis).

 

Alme (Alan), St, of Balmerino. d.1236. First abbot of Balmerino, Scotland

#Canivez, J-M. “Alme,” DS-1 351.

 

 

Arnold Amaury, Abbot of Citeaux 1201-1212; inquisitor & head of Albigensian Crusade; archbishop of Narbonne.

Secondary Sources

fiche 45 p 4.

 

Arnold of Bohéries  ca.1200

Works

Speculum monachorum (manual of ascetic theology)

Anonimo Pseud- Bernardiano, Arnolfo di Bohéries, La fatica dell’amore. Octo puncta perfectionis assequendae. Speculum monachorum. Intro, Ital tr & notes, Oscar Testoni. Magnano, Ed. Qiqajon, 1996 (Testi dei padri della chiesa 27). Brf rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [405].          

Secondary Sources

#Canivez, J-M, "Arnoul de Bohéries",DS 1, 894

 

Arnulf of Villers, 13th abbot (is this the same as Arnulf de Ghistelles?)

Works

Oratio rythmica, long prayers in verse, c.1245

 

Arnulf II de Ghistelles, abbot of Villers 1270-76

Secondary Sources

#McGuire, BP. "Self-Denial and Self-Assertion in Arnulf of Villers," CSQ 28 (1993) 241-60. (is this Arnulf the Wagoneer?)

 

Arnulf the Wagoneer, lay brother of Villers early 13th c.

Primary Sources

(#)Goswin of Villers, Vita Arnulfi, ed D Papebroeck, AASS June 7: 556-79. ET Martinus Cawley, Send Me God, Guadalupe Translations, 2000.

 

Bartholomew, monk of Alcobaça, 1208 bishop of Silvès

Works

De viduitate (mystical treatise)

 

Beatrice of Nazareth 1200-1268

Bibliography

Lewis, G. Bibliographie zur deutschen Frauenmystik des Mittelalters, with an appendix on Beatrice & Hadewijch by F Willaert and M J Govers. (Bibliographien zur deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters, Heft 101). Berlin, E Schmidt Verlag, 1989. Rvw EM, Citeaux 40 (1989) 497-8.

Works

(#)Seven Manieren van Minne. Crit ed Leonce Reypens & Joseph Van Mierlo, Leuven, 1926.

Van seven manieren van heiliger minnen. Ed from Brussels ms H W J Vekeman & J J T M Tersteeg. Zutphen, Thiem, 1970. Rvw Citeaux 23.2 (1972) 235.

            ET “The Seven Modes of Love,” tr M Casey. Tjurunga 50 (1996) 71-82.

ET in Beguine Spirituality: Mystical Writings of Mechtilde of Magdeburg, Beatrice of Nazareth, and Hadewijch of Brabant, ed & intro Fiona Bowie, tr Oliver Davies. Spiritual Classics. New York, Crossroad, 1990, pp 130. Rvw CSQ 30, 1995 [43-4].

#ET Eric Colledge in Medieval Women’s Visionary Literature, ed E A Petroff (New York, OUP, 1986) 200-206.

Primary Sources

(#)Vita Beatricis. De Autobiographie van de Z. Beatrijs van Tiene, o.Cist., 1200-1268. Crit ed L Reypens, SJ, Beatrijs van Tienen, Uitgave van het Ruusbroec-Genootschap (Antwerp, Ruusbroes-Genootschap, 1964). Rvw CSQ 7 (1972) [304-5].

#ET The Life of Beatrice of Nazareth, 1200-1268. Tr & annot, Roger de Ganck & John Baptist Hasbrouck CF-50, 1991. Rvw CF, Citeaux 45 (1994) 189-90.

Secondary Sources

Casey, M. “Beatrice of Nazareth (1200-1268): Cistercian Mystic,” Tjurunga 50 (1996) 44-70.

#DeGanck, Roger. Beatrice of Nazareth in her Context. CS-121 & 122, 1991. Rvw CF, Citeaux 45 (1994) 189-90.

De Ganck, Roger. "Chronological Data in the Lives of Ida of Nivelles and Beatrice of Nazareth," Ons Geestelijk Erf 57 (1983) 14-29. Brf rvw COCR 47 (1985) [561].

#De Ganck, Roger. "The Biographer of Beatrice of Nazareth," CSQ 23 (1988) 319-329.

#De Ganck, Roger. "The Posthumous Longevity of Bearice of Nazareth and of her Father Bartholomew," Citeaux 45 (1994) 111-118.

Kroll, Jerome & Roger de Ganck, "The Adloescence of a Thirteenth-Century Visionary Nun," Psychological Medicine 17 (1986) 745-6. Rvw M Casey, CSQ 22 (1988) [189-90].

#Kroll, Jerome & Rober de Ganck. "Beatrice of Nazareth: Psychiatric Perspectives on a Medieval Mystic," CSQ 24 (1989) 301-323.

Schroeder, Joy. “Spiritual Friendship in the Vita of Beatrice of Nazareth,” Magistra 3 (1997.2) 99-140.

#Sullivan, Mary Ann OCSO. "An Introduction to the Vita Beatricis," HS 345-359.

#Van Mierlo, J, SJ. “Beatrice de Nazareth,” DS 1, 1310-14.

DS 13, 775-6.

 

Berthold, abbot of Raitenhaslach d ca 1210

Works

Sermones de diversis Festivitatibus anni (Donaueschingen, ms lat 264)

 

Bertran de Born, ca 1140 - ?1215 (troubadour). Viscount of Hautefort. Entered Dalon 1196.

            Ein edler Stolz in allen Zügen,

            Auf seiner Stirn Gedankenspür,

            Er konnte jedes Herz besiegen,

            Bertrand de Born, der Troubadour.

 

            Es kirrten seine süssen Töne

            Die Löwen des Plantagenets;

            Die Tochter auch, die beiden Söhne,

            Er sang sie alle in sein Netz.

 

            Wie er den Vater selbst betörte!

            In Tr¬nen schmolz des Königs Zorn,

            Als er ihn lieblich reden hörte,

            Den Troubadour, Bertrand de Born.

 

                                   Heinrich Heine, “Bertrand de Born” (Neue Gedichte II)

 

Works

crit ed [of poetry only, I believe] "forthcoming", by Paden, William D, Jr., Tilde Sankovitch, & Patricia H Stablein, U of California Press.

songs composed mainly before his entry into monastery

Secondary Sources

#“Bertran De Born,” The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th ed, Vol 2 p 162.

#Paden, William D, Jr. "De monachis rithmos facientibus: Helinant de Froidmont, Bertran de Born, and the Cistercian General Chapter of 1199," Speculum 55,4 (1980), 669-685.

Paden, William D, Jr. "De l'identité historique de Bertran de Born," Romania 101 (1980)

 

Caesarius of  Heisterbach  ca.1180-ca 1245

Works

(#)Dialogus miraculorum, ed. J Strange, with addition of an index, Cologne, 1851-57, w vol, 846 pp. Reimpression 1966, Gregg Press, London & New Jersey. Brief vrw, CSQ 3 (1968) [140].

#FT: Le Dialogue des Miracles: Livre I: De la conversion. FT & notes André Barbeau OCSO. Collection Viox Monastic.  Notre-Dame-du-Lac, 1992. Rvw Citeaux 45 (1994) 403-5. Rvw CSQ 33.1 (1998) 99-100.

GT (selections): Wunderbare und denwürdige Geschichten. Dialogus magnus visionum atque miraculorum, tr E. Müller-Holm from 1910 ed. Cologne, Hegner, 1968. Rvw COCR 30.3 (1968) [219].

GT (selections): Von Geheimnissen und Wundern: ein Lesebuch. Ed. Helmut Herles. 2nd ed, Bonn, Bouvier, 1991. Rvw Citeaux 41 (1990) 514-5.

#ET (small selection): «Selected Marian Stories from The Dialogue of Miracles of Cesarius of Heisterbach» tr & presented Renata E Wolff. CSQ 33.2 (1998) 191-210. Brf rvw COCR 61.4 (1999) [554].

ST: (selection of 10 Marian exempla from Book 7). “Ces«reo de Heisterbach, Fuente de notables Exempla,” intro & tr ZacarÍas Prieto, Cistercium 48 (1996) 647-666.  Author says, C doesn’t seem to have been either prior or abbot. Brf Rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [404].

Other collections of miracula and exempla.

Life of St Elizabeth of Hungary (the first vita of St E.)

Collection of homilies. Ed J Coppenstein (Cologne, 1615; cf Schneyer, Repertorium...t.1, p705-15)

Liturgical sermons

Personal letters

Secondary Sources

#Canivez, J M. "Césaire d'Heisterbach," DS 2, 430-32.

Hilka, A. Die Wundergeschichted des Caesarius... Vol 1 & 3, Bonn, 1933-37.

Huygens, R B C, "Deux commentaires sur la séquence 'Ave praeclara maris stella'," Citeaux 20 (1969) 108-69.

McGinn, B. "Man and the Devil in Medieval theology and culture," Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen Âge grec et latin de l'Univ d Copenhague 158 (1976) 18-82.

#McGuire, B P "Caeser of Heisterbach and the Cistercians as Medieval People" SMCH VII, 81-108.

McGuire, B. "Friends and Tales in the Cloister: Oral sources of Caesarius of Heisterbach's 'Dialogus Miraculorum," Anal Cist 36 (1980) 167-247.

McGuire, B. "Written sources and cistercian inspiration in Caesarius of Heisterbach," Anal Cist 35 (1979) 227-82.

#Van Moolenbroek, J J. "Caesarius von Heisterbach über Zisterzienserinnen," Citeaux 41 (1990) 45-64.

Vennebusch, "Unbekannte Miracula des Caesarius von Heisterbach," Annalen des historischen Vereins für den Niederrhein 184 (1984) 7-19.

Wagner, F. "Studien zu Caesarius von Heisterbach," ASOC 29 (1973) 79-95. Rvw MW, CSQ 12 (1977) [349].

Wagner, Fritz. "Der rheinische Zisterzienser und Predigschriftsteller Caesarius von Heisterbach," Cistercienser Chronik 101 (1994) 93-111. Rvw COCR 59 (1997) [140-41].

Wagner, F. See COCR 59 (1997) [141]

See also DS 13, 758-9

DS 2, 430-32.

 

Conrad of Eberbach  d.1221. Monk of Clairvaux, then abbot of Eberbach.

Works

#Exordium Magnum Cisterciense sive Narratio de initio Cisterciensis Ordinis (Series Scriptorum SOC, 2), ed Bruno Griesser. Editiones Cistercienses, Rome, 1961. Completed 1221; has metrical prologue.

Exordium magnum cisterciense sive Narratio de initio cisterciensis ordinis. Cura et studio: Bruno Grieber. Turnhout, Brepols, 1994 (appeared in 1997). Corpus christianorum Cont. Med. CXXXVIII. Rvw COCR 60 (1998.4) [369].

Le Grand Exorde de Cîteaux, ou Récit des débuts de l’Ordre cistercien. FT A Piébourg, intro B P McGuire. Brepols/Cîteaux, Commentarii cistercienses, 1998. Rvw COCR 60 (1998.4) [370].

Secondary Sources

DS 13, 764-5.

 

Conrad of Urach d.1227

Secondary Sources

#Neininger, Falko. "Konrad von Urach, Ein Forschungsprojekt," Citeaux 39 (1988) 345-9.

Neininger, F. Konrad von Urach (d.1227): Z¬hringer, Zistercienser, Kardinallegat. Munich, 1994, 618 pp. (Quellen und Forschungen aus dem Gebiet der Geschichte, Neue Folge, 17). Rvw B Chauvin, Citeaux 48.3-4 (1997) 391.

 

Eberhard of Heisterbach (contemp with Caesarius)

Betel, a poem in leonine verse. Ms Bale, Univ D IV 4, f.39-45.

 

Enfridus (Einfried, Meffridus, etc.) d.1246. Prior of Eberbach

Works

Epistolae spirituales ad diversos.

Tractatus ascetici pro fratrum suorum instructione

Secondary Sources

#Hontoir, C. “Ensfroi (Einfroi, Ensfridus, Meffridus),” DS 4, 763.

 

Folquet of Marseilles 1155-1231.(troubadour), entered Le Thoronet ca. 1196; later, bishop of Toulouse.

Secondary Sources

#France, James. The Cistercians in Medieval Art, CS-170, 1998, pp 64-65.

 

Saint Franca of Italy

Tartara, Lucia OCSO & Manuela Strola OCSO, " Saint Franca of Italy," HS 283-304.

 

Garnier of Rochefort  +after 1225. Abbot of Clairvaux

Works

Liber quod dicitur Angelus

Secondary Sources

Häring, N M, SAC. "The Liberal Arts in the Sermons of Garnier of Rochfort," Medieval Studies 30 (1968) 47-77. Rvw C Waddell, CSQ 8 (1082)  [296].

#Hoste, Anselme. “Garnier de Rochefort,” DS 6, 125-28.

 

Gautier of Chartres +1234

#Dimier, A. «Un grand évêque cistercien ami de Saint Louis: Gautier de Chartres,» Citeaux 22 (1971) 5-14.

 

Gerard of Liège or of Val-Saint-Lambert  +1270 (+1254 acc to Hontoir).

Works

theological

De septem remediis contra amorem illicitum et de quinque incitamentis ad Deum amandum ardenter. Partial edition by A Wilmart in "Gérard de Liège: Un traité inédit de l'amour de Dieu," Revue d'ascétique et de mystique 12 (1921) 385-428. Definitive edition by a Wilmart, Analecta Reginensia. Extraits des manuscrits latins de la reine Christine conservés au Vatican, Città del Vaticano, 1933 (Studi e Testi, 59), ch VI, pp 181-247.

De doctrina cordis

Book 1, «Praeparate corda vestra Domino», in Hontoir, «The Early Cistercians» 82-83.

De duodecim utilatitibus tribulationum

Tractatus super septem verba, dicta a Domino Jesu Christo pendente in cruce. Ed E Mikkers, "Le traité de Gérard de Liège sur les sept paroles de notre Seigneur en croix," COCR 12 (1950) 176-194 & 13 (1951) 18-29.

Wilmart, A. "Gérard de Liège: Un traité inédit de l'amour de Dieu," Revue d'ascétique et de mystique 12 (1921) 345-430. According to Hendrix, this is the article which established Gerard as a Cistercian.

Secondary Sources

#Hendrix, G. "Hugh of St Cher OP, Author of two texts attributed to the 13th-century cistercian Gerard of Liege," Citeaux 31 (1980) 343-56.

#Standaert, Maur. “Gérard de Liège,” DS 6, 276-279.

 

Gertrude of Helfta ca.1256-ca.1302 Feast November 16

Works

(#)Exercitia spiritualia.

Oeuvres Spirituelles, t. I: Les Exercices. Latin text, Fr tr, intro & notes: Jacques Hourlier & Albert Schmitt. SC-127. Paris, Cerf, 1967.

#Spiritual Exercises. ET, intro, notes & indices, G J Lewis & J Lewis, CF-49, 1989. From the SC text. Rvw Citeaux 41 (1990) 512-3.

(#)The Herald of Divine Love (Legatus Memorialis Abundantiae Divinae Pietatis)

Oeuvres spirituelles, t.II et III, Le Héraut. Intro, crit text, tr & notes, P Doyère (SC 139, 143, 255, 331. Séries des textes monastiques d'Occident 25 & 27) Paris, Cerf, 1968. Rvw C.D., CSQ 7 (1972) [121]; J-B.F, COCR 44 (1982) [165].

#The Herald of God's Loving-Kindness: Books One & Two. Tr & annot Alexandra Barratt. CF-35, 1991. Brf rvw CF, Citeaux 43 (1992) 492-3.

#The Herald of God’s Loving-Kindness: Book 3. Tr & annot Alexandra Barratt. CF-63, 1999.

#The Herald of Divine Love. Tr & ed Margaret Winkworth; intro Sr Maximilian Marnau; preface Louis Bouyer. CWS, 1993

Primary Sources

(#)The Herald of Divine Love (see above)

Secondary Sources

see COCR       59 (1997) [143-4]

                                   61.1 (1999) [407-9]

                                   62.1 (2000) [560-61]

#Bynum, Caroline Walker. «Women Mystics in the Thirteenth Century: The Case of the Nuns of Helfta» in Jesus As Mother: Studies in the Spirituality of the High Middle Ages (Berkeley, 1982) 170-262.

#Doyère, Pierre. “Gertrude d’Helfta,” DS 6, 331-339.

#Klimisch, Jane OSB. «Gertrud of Helfta: A Woman God-Filled and Free»  in Medieval Women Monastics: Wisdom’s Wellsprings, ed M Schmitt & L Kulzer (Collegeville, Liturgical Press, 1996), 245-259.

#Quenardel, O. "La communion eucharistique dans le Hérault de l'amour divin (I): La divina pietas chez Gertrude d'Helfta (I)," Citeaux 44 (1993) 253-286.

Quenardel, O. La Communion eucharistique dans le Hérault de l'amour divin de Sainte Gertrude d’Helfta, Turnhout, Brepols, Abbaye de Bellefontaine, 1997. Rvw CSQ 35.1 (2000) 133-4.

#Schmitt, Miriam OSB. "Gertrud of Helfta: Her Monastic Milieu and Her Spirituality," HS, 471-496. Good.

#Shank, L.T. "the God of My Life: St Gertrude, A Monastic Woman," Peace Weavers, ed. L.T.Shank & J.A.Nichols. (CS-72,) 289-273.

 

Goswin de Bossut of Villers, cantor

Works – these 3 vitae are all his known works.

(#)Vita Arnulfi, ed D Papebroeck, AASS June 7: 556-79. ET Martinus Cawley, Send Me God, Guadalupe Translations, 2000. Vita of a lay brother

(#)Life of Ida the Compassionate of Nivelles

(#)Life of Abundus. ET Martinus Cawley, Send Me God, Vol 3, Abundus the Choirmonk. Guadalupe Translations, 2000. Includes introductory material for all 3 works. The vita of Abundus was never finished.

 

Günther of Pairis  d.c.1220 (perhaps not Cistercian? DS 13, 758) (=Geoffrey of Strasbourg?)

Works

poetry

Historia Constantinopolitana, history of the 4th Crusade in prose chapters ending in short passages of verse.

De oratione, jejunio et ellemosina

Secondary Sources

Bayer, V K, "Günther von Pairis und Gottfried von Strassburg," Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 13 (1977) 140-83. On the identity of G.

#Spence, Richard. "Gunther of Pairis and the Men of God," SMCH III, 262-279.  Gunther wrote a history of the 4th Crusade.

#Standaert, Maur. “Gunther de Pairis,” DS 6, 1296.

Swietek, Francis R. "Gunther of Pairis and the Historia Constantinopolitana," Speculum 53 (1978) 49-59

Some mention of Gunther in Karl F Morrison, History As a Visual Art In the Twelfth-Century Renaissance. Princeton NJ, Princeton U Press, 1990.

 

Gutolf  or Gutholf of Heiligenkreuz.  +c.1300

Works

numerous genres

Life of St Bernard in verse (ed 1606, 1609, & 1743). [N.B. – 18th c edition prepared by Theophile Heimb (q.v.) of Heiligenkreuz]

Dyalogus Agnetis, verse (Heiligenkreuz ms 300)

Sermon on St Scholistica

Secondary Sources

#Standaert, Maur. “Gutolf,” DS 6, 1301.

Verfasserlexikon 2nd ed, vol 3, 338-47

Häring, N. "Abaelard und Gilbert nach der Darstellung des...Gutolf...," Citeaux 19 (1968) 265-83.

 

Guy of Aumône +after 1253

Secondary Sources

#Standaert, Maur. “Guy de l’Aumone,” DS 6, 1301-2

 

St Hedwig (1174-1243) Duchess of Silesia, founded monastery of Trebnitz on her property, ended her days there. Canonized 1267.

Yáñez Neira, Dami«n. “Santa Eduvigis, Duquesa de Polonia y monja cisterciense: una santa dos veces canonizada,” Cistercium 50 (1998) 1155-69. Rvw COCR 61.4 (1999) [554] points out that the author did not realize that a Hedwig recently canonized by JP II was not our Hedwig, but another Polish Hedwig.

 

Helinand of Froidmont, Bl  (troubadour) d.1235 (born in Belgium)

Works PL 212

composed songs as a Cistercian

Sermons

#Sermon for Rogation. Unedited text in B MacKienzle, «Cistercian Preaching against the Cathars:Helinand’s Unedited Sermon for Rogation, B.N.MS.Lat.14591,» Latin text & intro, Citeaux 39 (1988) 297-313 (text, 307-313).

Poetry

#Vers de la Mort. Old French (reproduced from Les Vers de la Mort par Hélinant, Moine de Froidmont, Paris, Librairie de Firmin Didot  et Cie, 1905), ET and commentary, Jenny Lind Porter; intro William D Paden. CF-61, 1999. ET is beautiful, preserves rhyme scheme of original. Rvw Citeaux 51.3-4 (2000) 397-8.

FT: Les vers de la mort, poème du XIIe siècle. Tr M Boyer & M Santucci (Traductions des Classiques Français du Moyen Age 32), Paris, Champion, 1983. Rvw Citeaux 38 (1987) 136-7.

Treatises

De cognitione sui

Liber de reparatione lapsi

Chronikon

Secondary Sources

Arnaud-Cancel, M P. «Le 8e livre de la chronique d’Hélinand de Froidmont» in Positions des thèses (École nationale des chartes), Paris, 1971, 9-14. Rvw Citeaux 22.2 (1971) 198-9.

Gastaldelli, F. «Una sconosciuta redazione latina della ‘Chanson du Chévalier au Cygne’ nel ‘Commento all’ Apocallise’ di Goffredo d’Auserre (1187-1188),» Aevum 42 (1968) 491-501. Showing Helinand’s dependence on Geoffrey.

#Hoste, Anselme. “Hélinand de Froidmont,” DS 7, 141-44.

#Kienzle, B. "The Sermon as Goad and Nail: Preaching in Helinand of Froidmont," SMCH 10, 228-40.

#Kienzle, B. "Deed and Word: Hélinand's Toulouse Sermons I," SMCH 11, 267-276.

#Kienzle, B. "Erudition at God's Service: Hélinand's Toulouse Sermons II," SMCH 11, 277-290.

Leclercq, J. "Hélinand...ou Odon de Cheriton?" AJDLMA 40 (1965) 65-69.

McCulloch, "The Art of Persuasion in Hélinant's Vers de la mort," Studies in Philology 69 (1972) 38-54.

#Paden, William D, Jr. "De monachis rithmos facientibus: Hélinant de Froidmont, Bertran de Born, and the Cistercian General Chapter of 1199," Speculum 55,4 (1980), 669-685.

Payen, Jean Charles. "Hélinant de Froidmont," DLFMA.

#Smits, Edmé. "An Unedited Correspondence Between Hélinand of Froidmont and Philip, Abbot of Val Ste Marie, on Genesis 27:1 and the Ages of the World," SMCH 11, 243-266.

 

Henry  fl ca 1200

Works

Speculum prelatorum (Paris, B.N. Lat. 11134, f.1-53).

 

Henry of Hautcrêt d.1232. Monk of Clairvaux, abbot of Hautcrêt, titular bishop of Troas (Asia Minor)

Works

Pentaconiamonadius. Collection of 51 sermons per annum

Secondary Sources

Raciti, G. "Henri de Haucrêt et Henri de Mont-Sainte-Marie," Cîteaux 19 (1968) 215-19.

#Raciti, Gaetano. “Henri de Hautcrêt,” DS 7, 211-212.

 

Henry of Mont-Sainte-Marie  early 13th c

Works

Verbi gratia (Troyes, Bibl munic., ms 953, f. 129-231)

Secondary Sources

Raciti, G. "Henri de Haucrêt et Henri de Mont-Sainte-Marie," Cîteaux 19 (1968) 215-19.

#Raciti, Gaetano. “Henri de Mont-Sainte-Marie,” DS 7, 228-229.

 

Henry of Saar d ca 1300

Works

Chronica domus Sarensis, ed J Emler in Fontes rerum Bohemicarum t 2/2, Prague, 1875, 521-57.

Secondary Sources

#Mikkers, Edmund. “Henri de Saar,” DS 7, 232.

 

Hildebrand of ?Himmerod (probably Cistercian)

Works

De contemplatione PL 181, 1691-1704

Secondary Sources

Bell, D N. "Contemplation and mystical experience in the Libellus de contemplatione of Master Hildebrand," SMCH 4, 48-67.

Oury, G, OSB. "Le Libellus de contemplatione de Maître Hildebrand," RAM 43 (1967), 267-76. Rvw G-M B, COCR 30.3 (1968) [219]; ET CSQ 4 (1969) [239].

Oury, G, OSB. "Hildebrand," DS 7, 504-5.

Oury, G, OSB.  (OGE 51 (1977) 129-45) doubts attribution of Libellus to Hildebrand.

 

Humbert of Preuilly +1298  Master of the Studium parisiense

Works

Ars praedicandi

 

Ida of Lewes = Léau = Leeuw

Primary Sources

#Ida the Gentle of Léau (Lewis): Cistercian Nun of La Ramée. ET Martinus Cawley. Guadalupe Translations, 1998.

Secondary Sources

#Cawley, Martinus OCSO. Interpersonal Relationships at the Convent of La Ramée in the Life of Ida the Gentle (of Léau). Guadalupe Translations, undated.

#Mikkers, E. “Ida (de Nivelles; de Louvain; de Leeuw), DS 7, 1239-1242.

#O'Dell, Colman OCSO. "Ida of Léau: Woman of Desire" HS 415-443.

Steenwegen, A. "De gelukzalige Ida de Lewis of Ida van Gorsleeuw," Ons Geestelijk Erf 57 (1983) 105-133; 209-247; 305-322. Brf rvw COCR 47 (1985) [561].

#Waddell, Chrysogonus OCSO. "Ida of Léau, or, The Inconveniences of Ecstasy," HS 445-470.

 

Ida of Louvain

Primary Sources

The Life of Ida of Louvain, tr Martinus Cawley OCSO, Guadalupe Translations, 1990.

Secondary Sources

#Mikkers, E. “Ida (de Nivelles; de Louvain; de Leeuw), DS 7, 1239-1242.

 

Ida of Nivelles

Primary Sources

Vita Idae de Nivellis, Sanctimonialis de Rameia, ed Chrysostom Henriquez, Quinque Prudentes Virgines (Antwerp, 1630) 199-297. Passages omitted by CH can be supplied from Catalogus codicum hagiographicorum Bibliothecae regalis Bruxellensis, vol 2 (Brussels, 1889) 222-6.

#The Life of Ida of Nivelles, Latin text and English tr, Martinus Cawley OCSO. Guadalupe Abbey, Guadalupe Translations, 1987.

Secondary Sources

#Boudreau, Claire OCSO. "'With Desire Have I Desired': Ida of Nivelles' Love for the Eucharist," HS 323-344.

#Cawley, Martinus. "Ida of Nivelles: Cistercian Nun," HS 305-321.

De Ganck, Roger. "Chronological Data in the Lives of Ida of Nivelles and Beatrice of Nazareth," Ons Geestelijk Erf 57 (1983) 14-29. Brf rvw COCR 47 (1985) [561].

#Mikkers, E. “Ida (de Nivelles; de Louvain; de Leeuw), DS 7, 1239-1242.

 

Itier of Vassey, monk of Clairvaux. Fl ca.1207

Leclercq, J. "Les divertissements poétiques d'Itier de Vassy," ASOC 12 (1956) 296-304.

 

John of Ford  +1220

Works

#Sermones CXX Super Extremam Partem Cantici Canticorum.

1.Sermones I-LXIX. Ed Edmund Mikkers & Hilary Costello. Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis XVII. Turnholt, Brepols, 1970.

2. .Sermones LXX-CXX, Appendix, Indices. Ed Edmund Mikkers & Hilary Costello. Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis XVIII. Turnholt, Brepols, 1970.

#ET Sermons on the Final Verses of the Song of Songs, tr Wendy Mary Beckett, intro (vol I) Hilary Costello. Based on crit ed.

CF-29 (1977), 1-14

CF-39 (1982) 15-28

CF-43 (1982) 29-46

CF-44 (1983) 47-61

CF-45 (1983) 62-82

CF-46 (1984) 83-100

CF-47 (1984) 101-120. Appendix: A Sermon for Palm Sunday.

 (#)Life of Wulfric. #ET in Matarasso, Pauline, ed & tr. The Cistercian World: Monastic Writings of the Twelfth Century. London, Penguin books, 1993. Rvw James France, Citeaux 44 (1993) 466-8.

Secondary Sources

A.D., "John of Ford: Commentary on the Latter Part of the Song of Songs," Cîteaux 21 (1970) 105-10. Article on his life & work. Rvw T Connor, CSQ 7 (1972) [293].

#Burton, Pierre- André. “Un important ouvrage sur Jean de Forde. COCR 60.3 (1998) 272-5.

#Costello, Hilary. «The Idea of the Church in the Sermons of John of Ford,» Citeaux 21 (1970) 236-264.

#Costello, Hilary, "Introduction" to Sermons, Vol I, 3-41, Not much biographical info.

#Costello, H. «John of Ford and the Quest for Wisdom,» Citeaux 23.2 (1972) 141-150.

#Costello, Hilary. "John of Ford" CSQ 13 (1978) 46-67.

#Costello, H. “John of Forde: Transfiguration Out of Adversity,” CSQ 35.2 (2000) 201-216. On the effect of the interdict during King John’s reign.

#Day, Keith. “John of Forde’s Life of Wulfric of Haselbury and the Identity of ‘The Lord Abbot pie memorie’,” Citeaux 49 (1998) 221-32.

#Holdsworth, Christopher. "John of Forde 1191-1991" in A Gathering of Friends: The Learning & Spirituality of John of Forde, ed Hilary Costello & Christopher Holdsworth (CS0161, 1996), 17-42. Book is reviewed in CSQ33.4 (1998) 517-8; Citeaux 49 (1998) 390-91.

Holdsworth, C. "John of Ford and the Interdict," The English Historical Review 78 (1963) 705-14.

#Mikkers, E. “Jean de Ford,” DS 8, 516-27.

 

John of Limoges  monk of Clairvaux after 1246

Works

Sermons

Morale somnium pharaonis

De silention religionis

Expositio super Ps 118

Religionis elucidarium

Secondary Sources

#Raciti, G. “Jean de Limoges,” DS 8, 614-8

 

John of Newenham  mid-13th c.

Works

Treatises

 

John of Pontigny +1214

Works

Commentary on the RB

Secondary Sources

Talbot, C H. "Commentaire sur la Règle de S Benoît," Analecta monastica V, coll. Studia Anselmiana 43 , 102-59.

 

John of Weerde (Waarde) +1293. Monk of Dunes; master of the Studium parisiense

Works

Sermons

Secondary Sources

#Raciti, Gaetano. “Jean de Waarde,” DS 8, 787-8.

 

 

Lukardis 1274-1309

#Wieland, M. «Die selige Lukardis, Cistercienserin zu Oberweimar,» CistChr 10 #113 (Juli 1898) 193-9. We have copy.

 

Lutgarde of Aywières

Primary Sources

(#)Thomas of Cantimpré, Vita Lutgardis, ed J Pinius in the Acta Sanctorum, June 16 (1867) 3:187-209.

#ET & notes, Martinus Cawley, Guadalupe Abbey, Guadalupe Translations, 1987.

#ET The Life of Lutgard of Aywières. Tr Margot H King. Toronto, Peregrina Publishing Co, 1987.

FT & Preface, A Wankenne SJ. Namur, Presses Universitaires 1991. Rvw COCR 57 (1995) [612-3].

Henriquez, Chrysostom. Quinque Prudentes Virgines; seu, Vitae B Beatricis de Nazareth, B Aleydis de Scharenbeca, B Idae de Nivella, B Idae do Lovanio, B Idae de Leewis. Anvers, 1630.

Thomas of Cantimpré, Vita Antiqua, Latin text; & Old French text,  published by G Hendrix, Citeaux 29 (1978) 153-206.

Secondary Sources

see COCR 59 (1997) [141-2].

#Brussels, Amandus OCSO. "Saint Lutgard's Mystical Spirituality," HS 211-224. Has quite a bit of bio.

#Deboutte, Alfred. “Lutgarde d’Aywières,” DS-9, 1201-1204.

#Deboutte, Alfred CSSR. "The Vita Lutgardis of Thomas of Cantimpré," HS 255-282.

#Deboutte, A. «Sainte Lutgarde et sa spiritualité,» COCR 44 (1982) 73-87. Excellent bibliography.

#Gilmore, Alan. "St Lutgarde of Aywières: 1182-1982. What Are These Wounds? A Re-View,: CSQ 17 9182) 181-193.

#Lefèvre, J-B. «Sainte Lutgarde d’Aywières en son temps (1182-1246).» COCR 58 (196) 277-335.

#Merton, Thomas. What Are These Wounds? Life of a Cistercian Mystic, St Lutgarde of Aywières. Bruce, 1948.

Roisin, Simone. «Sainte Lutgarde d’Aywières dans son ordre et dans son temps,» COCR 8 (1946) 161-72.

#Wankenne, André. "Trois saintes mystiques en pays belge au XIIIe siècle," COCR 54 (1992) 300-310. Marie d'Oignies, Lutgarde, Julienne.

#Wenker, M Zita OSB. "The Making of a Mystic: The Story of Lutgard," ABR 47.2 (1996) 117-140. Rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [404-5].

#Wenker, M Zita OSB. «Following the Lamb Wherever He Goes: The Story of St Lutgard»  in Medieval Women Monastics: Wisdom’s Wellsprings, ed M Schmitt & L Kulzer (Collegeville, Liturgical Press, 1996), 197-214.

 

Lutgarde of Tongeren (Tongres)  1182-1246 (evidently an artist?)

Hendrix, Guido. Ontmoetingen met Lutgart van Tongeren, benedictines en cisterciënzerin (1182-1246). Vol 1: Iconografie van Portugal tot Polen. Leuven, Bibliotheek van de Faculteit Godgeleerdheid, 1996 (Bibliotheca auctorum traductorum et scriptorum ordinis cisterciensis 4). Brf rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [405]. Vol II will deal with Belgium.

 

Lutger of Altzelle d.1234

Works

Collection of sermons

Secondary Sources

#Standaert, Maur. “Lutger d’Altzelle,” DS 9, 1205-6

 

Matthew of Rievaulx  +1215

Works

54 poems

4 sermons

11 letters

collection of theolgical & patristic fragments

Leclercq, J. "Lettres de Matthieu..." in Analecta monastica III, coll. Studia Anselmiana 37 (1955) 173-78. [Not sure if this contains, text, or is secondary material]

Secondary Sources

Leclercq, J. "Matthieu et la tentation de l'apostolat" in Otia monastica, coll. Studia Anselmiana 51 (1969)

Wilmart, A. "Les mélanges de Matthieu..." RBén 52 (1940) 15-84.

 

Mechtilde of Hackeborn 1241-ca.1229. Nov 16

Primary Sources

Revelationes Gertrudianae et Mechtildianae, 2 vols, ed. Benedictines of Solesmes (Poitier and Paris, 1875-77.

The Book of Gostlye Grace of Mechtild of Hackeborn, ed Theresa A Halligan. Toronto, Pontifical Institute, 1979.

Secondary Sources

#Bynum, Caroline Walker. «Women Mystics in the Thirteenth Century: The Case of the Nuns of Helfta» in Jesus As Mother: Studies in the Spirituality of the High Middle Ages (Berkeley, 1982) 170-262.

#Caron, Ann Marie RSM. "Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord: Mechtild of Hackborn," HS 509-524.

#Caron, Ann Marie. «Invitations of the divine Heart: The Mystical Writings of Mechtild of Hackeborn,» ABR 45:3 (1994) 321-338.

#Dieker, Alberta OSB. «Mechtild of Hackeborn: Song of Love»  in Medieval Women Monastics: Wisdom’s Wellsprings, ed M Schmitt & L Kulzer (Collegeville, Liturgical Press, 1996), 231-242.

**Hubrath, Margarethe. Schreiben und Erinnern. Zur memoria im Liber
Specialis Gratiae mechtilds von Hakeborn. Paderborn/München/Wien, Zürich, Schöningh, 1996.
Doctoral dissertation, U of Bonn. Rvw COCR 61.1 (1999) [407]. Clarifies a lot about the nuns of Helfta.

#Finnegan, Jeremy. "Saint Mechtilde of Hackeborn: Nemo Communior," Peace Weavers, ed. L.T.Shank & J.A.Nichols. (CS-72,) 213-221.

#Schmidt, Margot. “Mechtilde de Hackeborn,” DS-10, 873-877.

 

Mechtilde of Magdeburg 1210-1294. Nov 19

Works

 (#)Das fliessende Licht der Gottheit. Vol 2, Untersuchungen, ed Hans Neumann. Munich, Artemis, 1993. Xv-334 pp. Rvw COCR 57 (1995) [613-4].

ET The Revelations of Mechthild of Magdeborg, 1210-1297: The Flowing Light of the Godhead. tr Lucy Menzies. London, 1953.

#ET The Flowing Light of the Godhead. Tr & intro Frank Tobin. Mahwah, Paulist, 1998 (CWS). Rvw COCR 62 (2000.1) [559].

(#)Excerpts, ET Lucy Menzies in Medieval Women’s Visionary Literature, ed E A Petroff (New York, OUP, 1986) 212-221.

Beguine Spirituality: Mystical Writings of Mechtilde of Magdeburg, Beatrice of Nazareth, and Hadewijch of Brabant, ed & intro Fiona Bowie, tr Oliver Davies. Spiritual Classics. New York, Crossroad, 1990, pp 130. Rvw CSQ 30, 1995 [43-4].

#Meditations from Mecthild of Magdeburg. Ed. and “mildly modernized” by H L Carrigan Jr. Bter MA, Paraclete Press, 1999.

Primary Sources

#Mechthild of Magdeburg: see John Howard, below.

Secondary Sources

#Bynum, Caroline Walker. «Women Mystics in the Thirteenth Century: The Case of the Nuns of Helfta» in Jesus As Mother: Studies in the Spirituality of the High Middle Ages (Berkeley, 1982) 170-262.

Classen, Albrecht. “Flowing Light of the Godhead: Binary Opposition of Self and God in Mechthild von Magdeburg,” Studies in Spirituality 7 (1997) 79-98.

#Egres, Odo, O.Cist. "Mechtilde von Magdeburg: The Flowing Light of God," SMCH VI, 19-37.

#Egres, Odo, O.Cist. "Mechtilde von Magdeburg: Exile in a Foreign Land," SMCH X, 133-147.  Includes fairly extensive bio.

#Howard, John, "Mechthild of Magdeburg" in Medieval Women Writers, ed Katharina M Wilson, Athens GA, U of Georgia Press, 1984, 152-185.

#King, Ursula. Christian Mystics: The Spiritual Heart of the Christian Tradition (New York, Simon & Schuster, 1998) 93-96.

#Putnam, Johnette OSB. «Mechtild of Magdeburg: Poet & Mystic»  in Medieval Women Monastics: Wisdom’s Wellsprings, ed M Schmitt & L Kulzer (Collegeville, Liturgical Press, 1996), 217-229.

#Schmidt, Margot. “Mechtilde de Magdebourg,” DS-10, 877-885.

#Scholl, Edith. "To Be a Full-Grown Bride: Mechtilde of Magdaburg," Peace Weavers, ed. L.T.Shank & J.A.Nichols. (CS-72,) 223-37.

Tobin, Frank J. Mechtild von Magdeburg: A Medieval Mystic in Modern Eyes. Columbia SC, Campden House, 1995.

#Wells, Lola M. «Revelations of Love: Mechthild of Magdeburg’s Vision and Experience of the Christian Trinity,» ABR 45:3 (1998), 249-268.

 

Meffridus  see Ensfridus

 

Nicolas of Verceil, abbot of San Andrea (Italy) c.1200

Works

?possibly 98 sermons

 

Nicolas of Villers, abbot c.1236

Works

Versus de morte, ed E Martene, Anecdota Novissima 3 , 128687.

 

Oglerius of Locedio (Ogier, Ogicer)  +1214. Abbot of Locedio (Italy)

Works

Sermons

Super verba Domini in ultima coena (PL 184, 879-950).

In laudibus sanctae Dei Genitricis. Extracts in R Thomas, Mariale VII, Pain de Citeaux 19, 1963.

Planctus seu Lanemtatio B. Mariae (see DS 12, 1798)

Secondary Sources

Penco, G. «Ogerio de Lucedio e il ‘Planctus Mariae’ (Benedictina 16 (1969) 126-8. Brf note in Citeaux 22.3-4 (1971) 338.

#Mikkers, E. “Ogier de Locedio,” DS 11, 733-36.

 

Peter of Castelnau, monk of Fontfroide (fiche 45 p 4)

 

Peter of Henryków. Abbot of Henryków in Silesia.

Works.

The Henryków Book. Late 1260’s. A history of the monastery, including info needed for legal purposes. Latter half of book completed by a later monk.

Secondary Sources

#Górecki, Piotr. “Rhetoric, Memory and Use of the Past: Abbot Peter of Henryków as Historian and Advocate,” Citeaux 48.3-4 (1997), 261-293.

 

Philip of Aumône

Works

Epistolae

Secondary Sources

DS 12, 1288-9.

 

Philip of Ratsamhausen, monk & abbot of Pairis, the bishop of Eichstätt. (13th or 14th c?)

Works

Scriptural commentaries

hagiographical writings

homelies

treatise on prayer

double explication of the Lord's Prayer

Secondary Sources

DS 12, 1317-21

 

Raymond Nonnatus, St ca.1204-1240 Spanish abbot, formed Knights of Calatrava. Patron of expectant mothers and those falsely accused. Feb 6.

#Harpercollins Encyclopedia of Catholicism, ed R P McBrien (New York, HarperCollins, 1995), 1079, is only source I have for him.

 

Renier of Clarmarais  Master of the Studium parisiense 1295-1301.

 

Robert of Olmütz (Olomouc), +1240. English origin. Prior of Pomuk; 1201-1240, bishop of Olmütz.

Works

Opus super epistolas, sermons on the Sunday Mass Epistles.

Compilatio super Cantica Canticorum. Linz, Studienbibliothek 34, f. 161r-210v, 13th S.

Summa Confessorum, Heiligenkreuz ms 57 et al..

Secondary Sources

#Kadlec, Jaroslav. “Robert d’Olomouc”, DS 13, 814-6. Excellent bibliography, list of works.

Watzl, H. Bischof Robert von Olmütz (1201-1240) und Abt Werner von Heiligenkreuz (1206-1228): Ihre wechselseitigen Beziehungen. Brf rvw EM, Citeaux 22.2 (1971) 197-8. No bibliographical info.

 

Simon of Aulne (Bl) +1229. Laybrother of Aulne

#Cawley, Martinus. “Simon of Aulne, Laybrother Contemporary to Arnulf,” Appendix to  Send Me God (life of Arnulf the Wagoneer), Guadalupe Translations, 2000. Compiled from numerous sources.

#Dimier, A. «Une découverte concernant le bienheureux Simon d’Aulne,» Citeaux 21 (1970) 302-5.

 

 

Stephen of Lexington

Works

Registrum Epistolarum Stephani de Lexington, ed B Greisser, ASOC 2 (1946).

#Stephen of Lexington. Letters from Ireland 1228-1229. Trans, intro, Barry W O'Dwyer. CF-28, 1982.

Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

#Rösener, Werner. "Abbot Stephen Lexington and His Efforts for Reform of the Cistercian Order in the Thirteenth Century," SMCH X, 46-55. Author’s interest is esp integrating study of Cist spirituality with that of Cist economy. Gives brief bio of S until he became abbot of Clairvaux. Details (extensive) of S’s economic reform of Savigny (primarily organizational). More briefly, S’s reform of Longvillers, & foundation of College of St Bernard.

#Standaert, Maur. “Étienne de Lexington,” DS 4, 1502-1504.

 

Stephen of Sawley  +1252(Lekai, Standaert); 1245 (Mikkers, DS)

Works

Sermons

#Treatises, tr Jeremiah F O'Sullivan from editions below, ed Bede Lackner, CF-36, 1984.

Meditationes de gaudiis B V M

(#)Les méditations d'Étienne de Sallai sur les joies de la Vierge Marie, ed (FT?) André Wilmart, Revue d'ascétique et de mystique 10 (1929) 268-415. #ET in Treatises.

Triplex exercitium

(#)Le triple exercice d'Étienne de Sallai, ed (FT?) André Wilmart, Revue d'ascétique et de mystique 11 (1930) 355-374. #ET in Treatises.

Speculum novitii

(#)"Un Speculum novitii inédit d'Étienne de Salley," ed (FT?) E Mikkers, COCR 8 (1946) 17-68. #ET in Treatises.

#Tractatus de psalmodia

#"Un traite inédit d'Étienne de Salley sur la psalmodie" ed (Latin text) E Mikkers, Cîteaux 23 (1972) 245-88. Rvw MS, CSQ 10 (1975) [216-7]. #ET in Treatises.

Secondary Sources

#Cassidy-Welch, Megan. ‘Confessing to Remembrahce: Stephen of Sawley’s Speculum Novitii and Cistercian Uses of Memory,” CSQ 35.1 (2000) 13-27.

#Holman, Jean. "Stephen of Sawley: Man of Prayer" CSQ 21 (1986) 109-121.

#Standaert, Maur. “Étienne de Sallay (Salley, Sallai, Sawley), DS 4, 1521-24.

 

Thibaut of Langres (not sure he was as Cistercian)

Works

Traité sur le symbolisme des nombres. Un Aspect de la mystique chrétienne au XIIe siècle. Crit text & FT, R Deleflie. Langres, Gueniot, 1978. Rvw (interesting) EM, Citeaux 33 (1982) 237.

 

Thomas of Beverly, monk of Froidmont ca.1150-ca.1225 [cantor of Villers], archbishop of Canterbury.

Works

Vita of Thomas Becket (1220).

Die Vita des Heiligen Thomas Becket, Erzbischof von Canterbury. Text, GT P G Schmidt. Stuttgart, Steiner Verlag, 1991. Brf rvw EM, Citeaux 43 (1992) 494.

Opera omnia, P G Schmidt, in preparation (as of 1987)

Letter to "H of Froidmont" - an apologia for the Cistercian life.

Odoepericum, intro & ed, P G Schmidt, in Wirklichkeit und Wandel: Festschrift für Franco Runardi (1986), 461-85.  Vita of his sister Marguerite, Cistercian of Montreuil-sous-Laon, in prose & verse.

?Liber ad sororem de modo bene vivendi PL 184, 1199-1306

Secondary Sources

Mikkers, E. COCR 10 (1948) 161-73.

#Standaert, Maur. “Thomas de Beverley,” DS 15, 780-783.

 

Werner of Heiligenkreuz. Abbot of Heiligenkreuz 1206-1228.

Secondary Sources

Watzl, H. Bischof Robert von Olmütz (1201-1240) und Abt Werner von Heiligenkreuz (1206-1228): Ihre wechselseitigen Beziehungen. #Brf rvw EM, Citeaux 22.2 (1971) 197-8. No bibliographical info.

 

William, abbot of Poblet

Works

60 sermon