Hildegard of Bingen, 1098-1179

a visionary life
  • 230 Pages
  • 3.17 MB
  • English
Routledge , London, New York
Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179, Christian saints -- Germany -- Biog



StatementSabina Flanagan.
LC ClassificationsBX4700.H5 F54 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 230 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2045891M
ISBN 100415013402
LC Control Number88022968

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Apple. Android. Windows Phone. Android. To get the /5(15). When Hildegard of Bingen () established her Benedictine convent at Rupertsberg, she insisted on a charter granting full ownership and independence to the nuns. And on receiving this from Count Bernard of Hildesheim, she proceeded to build the community of her dreams, without deference to any male superior.5/5(3).

Hildegard of Bingen, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Flanagan unfolds Hildegard's life from the time of her entr /5(6). This is the third and final volume of the complete annotated correspondence of the extraordinary nun, Hildegard of Bingen ().

One of the most remarkable women of her day, Hildegard was, for more than 30 years, an unflinching advisor and correspondent of all levels of church and society, from popes and kings to ordinary lay persons, from Jerusalem to England/5(3).

Hildegard of Bingen ( - ), also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a writer, composer, philosopher, Christian 1098-1179 book, German Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath. Elected a magistra by her fellow nuns inshe founded the monasteries of Rupertsberg in and Eibingen in /5.

Hildegard of Bingen (–Septem ) was a medieval mystic and visionary and Abbess of Bingen's Benedictine community. She was also a prolific composer and 1098-1179 book author of several books on spirituality, visions, medicine, health and nutrition, nature.

First published in and now back in print, Let There Be Light is an excellent prayer companion for busy people who want to root their spiritual practice in the solid ground of St. Hildegard of Bingen’s timeless and timely teachings on living in the light of God.

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Hildegarde of Bingen, also known as St. Hildegard and the Sybil of the Rhine, was an enormously influential and spiritual woman, who paved the way for other women to succeed in a Hildegard of Bingen of fields from theology to music.

She was a mystic writer, who completed three books of her visions. During a time. Hildegard of Bingen () was one of the most remarkable and influential women of her time. Blessed with an astonishing array of talents, she was at once a mystic, theologian, scientist, doctor, nutritionist, composer, writer, linguist, and artist/5.

On October 7,Saint Hildegard of Bingen () was declared a Doctor of the Universal Church by Pope Benedict XVI. This is tremendous news indeed. As scholars of Gregorian Chant, we acknowledge the fact that Hildegard of Bingen has bequeathed to us her immortal Symphonia Armonia Celestium Revelationem (the Symphony of the Harmony of the.

Hildegard of Bingen, a visionary life User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Hildegard was a unique and remarkable woman.

Get this from a library. Hildegard of Bingen, [Sabina Flanagan]. Hildegard of Bingen has 66 books on Goodreads with ratings. Hildegard of Bingen’s most popular book is Scivias.

Hildegard of Bingen, A Visionary Life by Sabina Flanagan was a short introduction into the life and work of this mediaeval woman. I found her life story and the concluding chapter devoted to a contemporary medical analysis of Hildegard to be the most interesting parts of the book/5.

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ISBN: Category: Body, Mind & Spirit. Page: View: DOWNLOAD → Medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen's timeless writing and divine inspirations invite us to celebrate life and delight in the goodness of creation.

Here is an excellent introduction to. Flanagan, a research fellow at the Univ. of Adelaide, South Australia, offers an excellent biography of Hildegard of Bingen, an extraordinary medieval visionary.

Born into a noble German family inHildegard was dedicated to God at birth. Nobles commonly consecrated one child to the monastery as a kind of human tithe, but Hildegard proved uncommonly suited to spiritual life: at three, she. Hildegard of Bingen's Book of Divine Works: With Letters and Songs.

by Hildegard of Bingen and Matthew Fox | Jun 1, out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ 7. 83 $ $ $ shipping. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. More Buying Choices $ (85 used & new offers). Although Hildegard of Bingen writings never explicitly reference any particular sources for her knowledge of medicine and nature it is widely believed that she must have known of, and was influenced by, some of the following works: “Physiologus”, an allegorical natural history book created in 2nd century in Egypt with unknown attribution.

The book was available in several translations. Get this from a library. Hildegard of Bingen, a visionary life. [Sabina Flanagan]. Hildegard of Bingen Scivias. Author: Columba Hart; Jane Bishop; Barbara J. Newman ISBN: Edition: 1st Asking Price: $20 Condition: As New Department: Religious Studies Class: RG ST 80B Posted: Ap You must be logged in to bid.

Hildegard of Bingen, a visionary life User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Hildegard was a unique and remarkable woman of the 12th century who began the austere life of a religious at the age of eight.3/5(1). Share - Hildegard of Bingen, A Visionary Life by Sabina Flanagan (, Paperback).

"Famous throughout Europe during her lifetime, Hildegard of Bingen () was by any standards a remarkably gifted woman: a composer and poet, she was also a writer on scientific, medical, and theological subjects, an abbess, a visionary prophet, and a saint of the Roman Catholic Church.

Hildegard of Bingen, "Book of Divine Works", Part III, Vision 3. The Book of Divine Works (Liber Divinorum Operum): Part I, Vision 1 by St. Hildegard of Bingen () Hildegard’s final and greatest visionary work was the Liber Divinorum Operum, the “Book of Divine Works.” Completed inits ten visions are the most complex of Hildegard’s corpus, eachFile Size: 1MB.

God’s Hotel Author: Victoria Sweet Synopsis. What invaluable lessons could modern medicine possibly learn from the healthcare of the middle ages?This is the question at the heart of this book which examined the medieval medical tradition of Hildegard of Bingen, the acclaimed multi-talented German nun and book specifically explored how Hildegarde’s healing methods.

Get this from a library. Hildegard von Bingen [Hans-Jürgen Kotzur; Winfried Wilhelmy; Ines Koring;]. Liber Divinorum Operum (The book of divine works), which Hildegard von Bingen began composing in ‒64 and finished in ‒74, is the last of her three great works of visionary theology.

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It was preceded by her best-known work, Scivias (Know the ways, composed in –51), and Liber Vitae Meritorum (Book of life's merits, composed in –63).

Hildegard, also called Hildegard of Bingen or Hildegard von Bingen, byname Sibyl of the Rhine, (bornBöckelheim, West Franconia [Germany]—died SeptemRupertsberg, near Bingen; canonized ; feast day September. Illumination from the Liber Scivias showing Hildegard receiving a vision and dictating to her scribe and secretary Sibyl of the Rhine Born Bermersheim vor der Höhe Died Septem (aged 81) Bingen am Rhein Venerated in Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Communion, Lutheranism Canonized No formal canonization, but her name is in the.

Hildegard of Bingen ( ') describes the virtue of Fortitude teaching the other virtues in the fire of the Holy Spirit. Like Fortitude, Hildegard was enkindled by the Holy Spirit and edified many with her ard of Bingen's Homilies on the Gospels are here translated for Author: Beverly Mayne Kienzle.Hildegard von Bingen saw many visions during her life — sights, sounds, tastes and smells she believed were messages from God.

She called these visions "the shades of the living light" kept these divine messages to herself, understandably, until when God sent her a more pointed message, "Write down what you see and hear."In Scivias, her first volume of mystic theology, von Bingen. Book Overview This work contains the 26 visions of Hildegard of Bingen (), who was the first of the great German mystics, as well as a poet /5(5).