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Monografia je jedným z výstupov spoločného vedeckého projektu krajín V4 (Slovenska, Čiech, Poľska a Maďarska).

Patrimonium

 

GRONOWSKI, M. T. (in collaboration with Rastislav Kožiak and Marta Sztwiertnia): Patrimonium, culture and hospitality : Benedictine monasteries as a place of meeting. Kraków : Tyniec Wydawnictwo Benedyktynów, 2012, 83 s. ISBN 978-83-7354-439

GRONOWSKI, M. T. (in collaboration with Rastislav Kožiak and Marta Sztwiertnia): Patrimonium, culture and hospitality : Benedictine monasteries as a place of meeting. Kraków : Tyniec Wydawnictwo Benedyktynów, 2012, 83 s. ISBN 978-83-7354-439
Introduction (p. 7)
I. Patrimony (15)
The beginning of monasticism or where did monks come from (15)
A monk, i.e. a cenobite or anchorite, eremite, hermit (20)
Founders (22)
Anthony (23)
Pachomius (25)
Prayer – work – daily life (26)
The life of Benedict (28)
St. Benedict’s biographer (29)
Subiaco (30)
Monte Cassino (32)
Writing the Rule (34)
Benedictine Europe (35)
Expansion of monks (36)
Carolingian reforms (39)
The first monks and first monasteries in Poland, Bohemia, Hungary and Slovakia (40)
II. Culture (47)
Culture and liturgy (47)
Art and architecture (51)
Culture of writing (55)
III. Hospitality (61)
Benedictines today (61)
Prayer and work (63)
Tourism and hospitality (68)
Museum and education (71)
Charity (75)
In lieu of a conclusion (79)
Further readings (83)Monografia je jedným z výstupov spoločného vedeckého projektu krajín V4 (Slovenska, Čiech, Poľska a Maďarska).Patrimonium, culture and hospitalityGRONOWSKI, M. T. (in collaboration with Rastislav Kožiak and Marta Sztwiertnia): Patrimonium, culture and hospitality : Benedictine monasteries as a place of meeting. Kraków : Tyniec Wydawnictwo Benedyktynów, 2012, 83 s. ISBN 978-83-7354-439

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Introduction (p. 7)

I. Patrimony (15)

The beginning of monasticism or where did monks come from (15)

A monk, i.e. a cenobite or anchorite, eremite, hermit (20)

Founders (22)

Anthony (23)

Pachomius (25)

Prayer – work – daily life (26)

The life of Benedict (28)

St. Benedict’s biographer (29)

Subiaco (30)

Monte Cassino (32)

Writing the Rule (34)

Benedictine Europe (35)

Expansion of monks (36)

Carolingian reforms (39)

The first monks and first monasteries in Poland, Bohemia, Hungary and Slovakia (40)

II. Culture (47)

Culture and liturgy (47)

Art and architecture (51)

Culture of writing (55)

III. Hospitality (61)

Benedictines today (61)

Prayer and work (63)

Tourism and hospitality (68)

Museum and education (71)

Charity (75)

In lieu of a conclusion (79)

Further readings (83)