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William Flete, O.S.A., and Catherine of Siena: Masters of Fourteenth Century Spirituality
It was the good fortune of Benedict Hackett, O.S.A., when he was sent as a student by his Augustinian superiors to study history at University College, Dublin, in 1940, that the lectures on the medieval period were given by a distinguished Jesuit, Aubrey Gwynn. Gwynn noted that one English Austin friar, William Flete, had a major influence on the remarkable Dominican nun, Catherine of Siena. Contents of this study by Hackett: The English Austin Friars of the Fourteenth Century; Lecceto: Center for Augustinian Spirituality; William Flete; Catherine of Siena and William of England; The Augustinian Foundations of Catherine’s Thought; The Treatise; Letters; Williams’ Testimony to Catherine. Illus. In shrink wrap.
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