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Anscar Vonier, abbot of Buckfast

Ernest Graf

Anscar Vonier, abbot of Buckfast

with some account of the restoration of the Abbey and its church.

by Ernest Graf

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Published by Burns & Oates in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vonier, Anscar, -- 1875-1938

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4705.V75G7 1957, BX4705.V75 G7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 154 p., [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14765528M

    The book is a study of man both in light of reason and the higher splendor of divine revelation. In that medium, man is seen to be, in St. Augustine's magnificent phrase, 'an earthly being, but one fit for heaven.'"-Dom Ernest Graf, in Anscar Vonier: Abbot of Buckfast This item is : Assumption Press. Author of A key to the doctrine of the Eucharist, The personality of Christ, Christ, the king of glory, The human soul and its relations with other spirits, The Christian mind, The art of Christ, The collected works of Abbot Vonier, The angelsMissing: Buckfast.

    Vonier was elected abbot in after surviving a shipwreck that claimed the life of his predecessor. He was a scholar and theologian of international renown between the war years, but is today.   Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England's most celebrated homilists and theological writers in the early twentieth century. In this concise primer, Vonier introduces the reader to one of the most noble, but overlooked, elements of Catholic theology: the nature of angels.4/5(1).

    Abbot of Buckfast Abbey for 32 years, from until his death in Ordained as a priest of Buckfast Abbey in , Dom Anscar Vonier, O.S.B., studied at the College of Sant'Anselmo in Rome, and was later renowned as a theologian, writer, preacher and scholar. He survived the shipwreck that took the life of his Burial: Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh, . The Chair in Eucharistic Theology was established to honor Abbot Anscar Vonier, O.S.B., the second abbot of Buckfast Abbey and a renowned theologian.


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Anscar Vonier, abbot of Buckfast by Ernest Graf Download PDF EPUB FB2

Anscar Vonier, O.S.B. ( - ), was an Abbot of Buckfast Abbey (–). He came from a large family. His father was a farmer, who also ran a brickworks. After a number of years, the family moved to Rissegg, where Martin attended a nearby school and became an altar boy.

About Anscar Vonier: Abbot Vonier was a Benedictine monk who lived from to He was elected Abbot of Buckfast Abbey, England, inand serve /5. Abbot Vonier was a Benedictine monk who lived from to He was elected Abbot of Buckfast Abbey, England, inand served in that capacity until his death/5(4).

Abbot Vonier was a Benedictine monk who lived from to He was elected Abbot of Buckfast Abbey, England, inand served in that capacity until his death/5. Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England's most celebrated homilists and theological writers in the early twentieth century.

In this concise primer, Vonier introduces the reader to one of the most noble, but overlooked, elements of Catholic theology: the nature of angels. Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England's greatest homilists and theologians in the early twentieth century.

His many classic works include A Key to the Doctrine of the Eucharist, The Personality of Christ, and Christianus: The Form of the Catholic : Anscar Vonier. In England, Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast Abbey (), responding to the promotion of frequent communion by Pope Pius X (), in published the book A Key to the Doctrine of the Eucharist in which he affirmed the royal priesthood of all the baptized who share in the priesthood of Christ.

Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England's most celebrated homilists and theological writers in the early twentieth century. In this concise primer, Vonier introduces the reader to one of the most noble, but overlooked, elements of Catholic theology: the nature of s: 4.

Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England's most celebrated homilists and theological writers in the early twentieth century. In this concise primer, Vonier introduces the reader to one of the most noble, but overlooked, elements of Catholic theology: the nature of angels.5/5(3).

Anscar Vonier, O.S.B. (11 November in Ringschnait, Oberschwaben – 26 December in Buckfast), was an Abbot of Buckfast Abbey (–). Life [ edit ] Born Martin Vonier in(on the feast of Martin of Tours), he came from a large family, that. Benedictine Abbots: Alwin (Aelwinus) first mentioned as having attended Shire-mote in Exeter in about Known from the Doomsday Book to have been Abbot in Eustace first mentioned in in a Totnes Deed.

He was Abbot when Buckfast was affiliated to the Abbey of Citeaux (Cistercian). Dom Anscar Vonier, Abbot of Buckfast, was among England’s greatest homilists and theologians of the early twentieth century.

His works include "A Key to the Doctrine of Author: Dom Anscar Vonier. THE LIFE AND WORK OF ABBOT ANSCAR VONIER Dom Leo Smith F OR MANY YEARS NOW South Devon has become a centre of tourism attracting large numbers of holiday makers from all over the British Isles, from Europe, especially Holland and Germany, and increasingly from the United States and Canada.

Buckfast liesFile Size: 50KB. He was elected Abbot of Buckfast Abbey, England, inand served in that capacity until his death. During his lifetime Vonier gained fame as the rebuilder of Buckfast, which had been left in ruins following the Reformation, and as the author of some 15 books of popular theology — works which developed “a vast company of admirers who Author: Anscar Vonier.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Dom John Stephan and Dom Adam Hamilton Dom Ernest Graf. Abbot Natter was tragically drowned in a shipwreck in Anscar Vonier, who had been with Natter at the time of the shipwreck, managed to survive.

Shortly after his return to Buckfast, Anscar Vonier was elected as the new Abbot. As I have previously mentioned (see my posting of his essay on the Liturgy, and my own essay on Angels largely based on his works), the works of the Right Reverend Dom Anscar Vonier, O.S.B., Abbot of Buckfast () I consider very worthy of attention, being at once excellent spiritual reading and very accessible doctrinal theology, and over the past year especially I have been.

Extract. Vonier, Martin [name in religion Anscar] (–), theologian and abbot of Buckfast, was born on 11 November at Ringschnait, near Biberach-an-der-Riss, a Swabian township of the state of Württemberg (Germany), one of fourteen children of Theodulf Vonier, farmer and owner of a brickworks, and his wife.

Buckfast was formally reinstated as an Abbey inand Boniface Natter - who died at sea inwhen the SS Sirio was shipwrecked - was blessed as the new abbot on 24 February [15] [16] His travelling companion Anscar Vonier became the next abbot and pledged to fulfill Natter's dying wish, namely to rebuild the nation: Roman Catholic.

In The Christian Mind, Abbot Vonier presents a Catholic reading of the theology of St. Paul, unfolding the roots of the Christian moral life in Christology and shows from St. Paul's teachings how the life of Christ in the Christian person begets a unique "attitude Missing: Buckfast.

Abbot Chapman's Letters. An original article from the Dublin Review, by Vonier, Anscar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at g: Buckfast.Vonier entered Buckfast Abbey as a boy, and after his ordination in was sent to the College of S.

Anselmo, Rome, for his doctorate in philosophy. En route from Barcelona to Ni ñ o Dios, Argentina, the "Sirio" in which Vonier and his abbot were sailing was wrecked off Cartagena, and Abbot Natter was among the many who were drowned.

Dom Anscar was rescued and six weeks later was elected .Get this from a library! Anscar Vonier, abbot of Buckfast: with some account of the restoration of the Abbey and its church. [Ernest Graf].