Apr 28, The aim of this study was to determine changes in the sense of it for what it is, he will gain peace’” (Apoftegmaty Ojców Pustyni , p). APOFTEGMATY OJCÓW PUSTYNI – TOM 1 – GERONTIKON – KSIĘGA Smart People Should Build Things: How to Restore Our Culture of. We proceed to investigate the divergence between monastic practice in the East ( Greek, Syrian and Egyptian) and the West. Pełny opis: 2, ŹM 22, Kraków M. Starowieyski, Wstęp, w: Apoftegmaty Ojców Pustyni, ŹM 4, Kraków
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Participation in pustgni is obligatory. Students must to write essay on monastic spirituality, history and sources pages in length, footnoted, with appropriate bibliography. The literature on the theme of the chosen essay. Student identifies cenobitic and eremitic lifestyles in monastic tradition. Student can explain difference and connection between the cenobitic and eremitic lifestyles in ancient monastic tradition.
The monastic prayer and the ascetical principles.
Its Ideals and History scanned copy. We proceed to investigate the divergence between monastic practice in the East Greek, Syrian and Egyptian and the West.
Early Christian Monasticism (Beginning, Development, Spirituality and Institutions)
Student is familiar with traditional models of ascetism and spirituality from the early monastic periods to 11th century. Student has the ability to puztyni traditional apiftegmaty of ascetism and spirituality from the early monastic periods to 11th century. Monastic communities in Palestine, Sinai and Asia Minor. A panoramic view of history of Christian monasticism from its origins in the Egyptian desert to the western ascetics. Egyptian, Syriac, Greek and Western monasticism.
The origins of Christian monastic movements and the great figures of the monastic founders.
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Student understands the significance of the traditional models of ascetism and monastic spirituality. Learning outcomes – social competencies K The intellectual and spiritual arguments in favor of monastic practice. The characteristics of different kinds of monasticism, the ideals and reality of monastic practice in various places and times: Perfection, celibacy and spiritual battle.
Student is prepared to use sources on Christian spirituality taken from the patristic and ancient monastic tradition. Chitty, The Desert a City.
Student is acquainted with the different approaches to the practice and teaching of meditation of the Scriptures, liturgical and monologistic prayer. The monastic history and the relevant written texts monastic sources. The course consists in an examination into the origins of Christian monasticism and its development. Student knows the vocabulary of Christian monastic practise and spirituality.
This introduction is followed by an inquiry into the spirituality, the monastic prayer and the ascetical principles discernable in the various centers. Student knows the interrelationship between the cenobitic and eremitic lifestyles in ancient monastic tradition.
Learning outcomes – skills U Student has the skills within the different approaches to the practice and teaching of meditation of the Scriptures, liturgical and monologistic prayer. Social, cultural and spiritual involvement in the ascetical movement. Learning outcomes – knowledge W Monasteries in the desert and in the cities.