Dom André Wilmart


Dom André Wilmart

Dom André Wilmart O.S.B. (1876 - Paris , April 21 1941) was the Benedictine medieval scholar and liturgist of St Michael's Abbey, Farnborough. [cite journal | journal = The Journal of the Historical Association | title = Notes and News | pages = p. 123-127 | doi = 10.1111/j.1468-229X.1941.tb00792.x | issn = 1468-229X | year = 1941 | month = September | volume 26 | issue 102 ] [cite journal | title = Historical News | journal = The American Historical Review | volume = 47 | issue = 1 | month = October | year = 1941 | pages = pp. 214-224 ]

He was a Corresponding Fellow of the Medieval Academy from 1928. [cite journal | title = Memoirs of Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Mediaeval Academy | journal = Speculum | volume = 17 | issue = 3 | month = July | year = 1942 | pages = pp. 455-465 ]

He is responsible for the name and the works of John of Fécamp being recovered. [cite book | title = Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition | author = Jordan Aumann, O. P. | chapter = Chapter 5: Benedictine Spirituality | chapterurl= http://www.domcentral.org/study/aumann/cs/cs05.htm | url = http://www.domcentral.org/study/aumann/cs/default.htm | isbn = 0 89870 068 X ]

His bibliography includes more than 375 books and articles. [cite journal | title = Anniversary of a Liturgist : Dom André Wilmart, O.S.B. (1876-1941) | author = WARD A. | journal = Ephemerides Liturgicae | issn = 0013-9491 | year = 1991 | volume = 105 | issue = 6 | pages = pp. 468-475 ]

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External links

* [http://www.tertullian.org/articles/Wilmart_ancienne_bibliotheque_de_clairvaux(ENG).htm THE ANCIENT LIBRARY OF CLAIRVAUX]


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