Ogier of Locedio: In Praise of God's Holy Mother, on Our Lord's Words to His Disciples at the Last Supper

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Written sometime between 1205-1214 for monks at the abbey of Locedio in the diocese of Vercelli in northern Italy, these homilies were re-discovered in the seventeenth century and promptly attributed to another, far more famous Cistercian, Bernard of Clairvaux. In both style and doctrine, 'In Praise of God's Holy Mother ' and 'On Our Lord's Word to His Disciples at the Last Supper ' reflect a devotion somewhat dissimilar to and slightly later than Saint Bernard's. D. Martin Jenni, Professor Emeritus of the University of ...

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