5 edition of The Life Of St. Stephen Harding found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||John Henry Newman (Editor), Herbert Thurston (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
ST. STEPHEN HARDING was an Englishman of an honourable family, and heir to a plentiful estate. He had his education in the monastery of Sherbourne, in Dorsetshire, and there laid a very solid foundation of literature and sincere piety. Looking for books by Stephen Harding? See all books authored by Stephen Harding, including The Last Battle: When U.S. and German Soldiers Joined Forces in the Waning Hours of World War II in Europe, and The Castaway's War: One Man's Battle against Imperial Japan, and more on
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St. Stephen Harding Confessor, the third Abbot of Citeaux, 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 Rome. Stephen was buried in the tomb of Alberic, his predecessor, in the cloister of Cîteaux. In the Roman calendar his feast is 17 April, but the Cistercians themselves keep it on 15 July, with an octave, regarding him as the true founder of the order. Besides the "Carta Caritatis" he is commonly credited with the authorship of the "Exordium Cisterciencis cenobii", which however may not be his.
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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 studied in Paris, may have been a soldier, and made a.
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Robert and Prior St. Alberic. In Stephen, along with four other monks, the abbot and prior, requested permission to leave Molesmes to find a more spiritual way of life. They received permission from Archbishop Hugh of Lyons who was the papal delegate to France.
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Since childhood Dr. Harding has had a deep fascination with the natural world, and his scientific cast of mind lead him to do a degree in Zoology at the University of Durham and then a doctorate on the behavioral ecology of the muntjac deer at Oxford University.An Interview With Stephen Harding, Author of The Last Battle When American And German Soldiers Fought The SS Together.
FEATURED; MEDIA; Joris Nieuwint. Stephen Harding tells about his book “The Last Battle” which will be turned into a major motion picture, and upcoming projects.Stephen Harding, 57, a lifelong Maynard resident, died peacefully Thurs, Ap at the Emerson Hospital following a brief illness.
Born and raised in Maynard, Steve was the son of the late.