Norbert and Early Norbertine Spirituality

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Norbert and Early Norbertine Spirituality
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A collection of writings, appearing for the first time in English, pertaining to the spirituality of the 12th-century Norbertines (a.k.a. Order of Premonstratensians, the religious order founded by St. Norbert of Xanten).

Norbert and Early Norbertine Spirituality

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