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    p>History and Relevance was the 22nd lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent. It was given in 1969.

    It is reprinted here by Archabbey Publications in conjunction with Wipf and Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon.

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    his volume, edited by Jerome Oetgen, commemorates the 200th anniversary of Wimmer’s birth. This special bicentennial edition consists of translations and English originals of 200 of the most important of the more than 1500 letters the Archabbot wrote between 1832, the year he entered the Benedictine monastery of Metten in Bavaria, and his death in 1887. Learn More
  • A Commitment to Truth” was the 19th lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent and was given in 1965. It is reprinted here by Archabbey Publications in conjunction with Wipf and Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon. The book is edited by Father Rene Kollar, O.S.B. Learn More
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    p class="p1">This book brings together the 21 portrait photographs of Boniface Wimmer. Paired with excerpts from his letters and contemporary newspaper accounts, this book reveals the timeless founder of Saint Vincent and Benedictine Monasticism in America. Edited by Jordan M. Hainsey.

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    p>Place your order now for the new book about the Saint Vincent Fire of 1963!

    Using archival photos and narrative accounts written by those who lived through the day of "fire and ice," The Saint Vincent Fire traces the story of the devastating fire of 1963 and the subsequent rebuilding of the Saint Vincent Campus, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the blaze. 

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    r. Jerome Oetgen, author of An American Abbot, the highly acclaimed biography of Saint Vincent founder Boniface Wimmer, O.S.B., now traces in this sequel the history of the monastery, parish, seminary, college, prep school and scholasticate, from the founding of the Sportsman's Hall parish in 1790 to the beginning of rebuilding efforts after the devastating fire of January 28, 1963. Learn More
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    his new book features Fr. Blase Strittmatter's long-lost story of the Wimmer monument, with a description of a visit to sculptor Ferdinand Seeboeck's Rome studio, and a series of photos showing the monu-ment's installation and festive dedication in 1931. Learn More
  • elen C. White was the 8th lecturer in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent. She argues that poet and mystic both reflect the spiritual aspect of life. Republished in 2014. Learn More
  • an's Approach to God was the fifth lecture in the Wimmer Memorial Lecture Series (1947-1970) at Saint Vincent and was given in 1951 by Jacques Maritain. Maritain was one of the most influential figures in the Thomastic revival of the 20th century. Both in his persona life and in his prolific academic corpus, Maritain modeled the Church's commitment to the interrelationship between faith and reason Learn More
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    p>This special commemorative book is a collector's edition with pictures never-before published, as well as large format photography that captures the grandeur of the Saint Vincent Basilica. Winner of the Catholic Press Association Award for Book Design and Production, 2006.

    Add a Basilica Softcover book to your cart to get it for free with the purchase of this book!

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