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Chrysogonus Waddell OCSO Papers

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Identifier: 01-01-exws_chrysogonuswaddell
Abstract The papers of Father Chrysogonus Waddell OCSO, scholar of Cistercian chant and liturgy. Microfilms, microfiches, images of  manuscripts, transcriptions of manuscripts, correspondence, draft descriptions of some of the Dom Edmond Obrecht Gethsemani Abbey Collection manuscripts.

Cistercian Ephemera Collection

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Identifier: 01-exws_cistercian
Abstract Printed pamphlets, articles, brochures, post cards and a few videos relating to Cistercian history and the history of the Roman Catholic Church. Most of the materials are related to the history or observances of specific monasteries and convents and figures important in Cistercian or Roman Catholic history, in general.

Lawrence C. Braceland SJ Papers

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Identifier: 01-exws_braceland
Abstract Papers and research materials, including microfilms, of Father Lawrence C. Braceland, SJ, a Canadian translator and scholar of the fathers of Cistercian monasticism.

M. Basil Pennington OCSO Archive

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Identifier: 01-exws_mbpennington
Abstract Papers of Father M. Basil Pennington, OCSO, Trappist  monk who wrote extensively on Catholic contemplative practices and was associated with the Centering Prayer movement at St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts. Drafts and typescripts of articles and books, serials and periodicals containing articles by or about Pennington, notes, correspondence, multi-media, also includes genealogical research concerning the Pennington family.

Msgr. Joseph Turk Papers

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Identifier: 01-exws_turk
Abstract Papers of Msgr. Joseph Turk (1895-1951) including research notes, manuscript drafts, offprints, correspondence, newspaper clippings and postage stamps. The research papers and notes are concerned with the Cistercian Statuta and important figures in Cistercian history, such as Bernard of Clairvaux, William of St. Thierry and Stephen Harding. The newspaper clippings relate to mid-twentieth century politics in Yugoslavia.