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Between work and prayer, prayer and work. Excerpt from The waters of Siloe.
Carta caritatis
Cistercian fathers and their monastic theology, The. Novitiate, Abbey of Gethsemani, 1963.
Cistercian order from the death of St. Bernard to the reform of Benedict XII (1153-1335), The
Cistercians and study
Consuetudines, The. Edited with a commentary by Thomas Merton.
Death of a Trappist
Dom Vital at Gethsemani
History of the Cistercian order
Introduction to Cistercian theology, An
Life, works, and doctrine of St. Bernard, The
Modern biographical sketches of Cistercian Blessed and Saints, Book IV; edited by a monk of Gethsemani
Saint Aelred of Rievaulx and the Cistercians
Saint Alberic : second Abbot of Citeaux
Saint Bernard et l'Amérique [from Aux sources du silence, French version of The waters of Siloe]
Saint Bernard's family
Saint Gertrude, nun of Helfta, Germany
Saint Hugh, Abbot of Bonnevaux near Vienne, France
Saint Lutgarde, nun of Aywières, Belgium
Saint Peter of Castelnau : monk of fontfroide, martyr
Saint Peter of Tarentaise, first abbot of Tamié, Archbishop of Tarentaise (now Moutiers), France
Saint Robert : founder of Cîteaux
Saint Stephen Harding : third Abbot of Cîteaux and founder of the Cistercian order
Salve Regina. Accompaniment, musical and historical notes; with a meditation on the text by Thomas Merton
Scripture and the Cistercian (scripture conference, 1951)
Silence and sign language
Solitary life in the shadow of a Cistercian monastery
Three founders of Cîteaux, The
Two early Cistercian abbots of the Isles : Blessed Christian O'Conarchy of Mellifont, Ireland, and Blessed Waltheof of Melrose, Scotland


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