Brother Bruno Heisey, O.S.B., has published widely in such publications as The American Benedictine Review, Cistercian Studies Quarterly, and Homiletic and Pastoral Review. He has published two books with Sacred Winds Press, Yet All Shall Be Well and Prayer, Study, and Work: Renewing the Benedictine Ideal. He has also authored a history of Saint Vincent Seminary: From Its Origins To The Present. Heisey wrote the introduction to the book Forward, Always Forward: The History and Construction of the Wimmer Monument.
Hailing from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, where he was deputy recorder of deeds prior to entering the monastery, in 2017, he received the Historican of the Year Award from the Cumberland County Historical Society for his many years of service to the society. He also writes under Daniel J. Heisey.
He earned a bachelor of arts degree, with honors, in Latin and history from Dickinson College in 1988. He has been a monk of Saint Vincent Archabbey for more than 20 years. In 2004, he earned the master of arts degree in monastic studies from Saint Vincent Seminary andan M. Phil. from Cambridge University in 2007, and was appointed an adjunct faculty member of Saint Vincent Seminary in 2007. In 2021 he was named archivist of the Archabbey.