BOOK: When Silence Speaks

The Carthusian monks perceive silence and solitude as ideals, the source of their happiness and their way towards God. When Silence Speaks is an accessible and remarkable history of the Carthusian Order that traces the inception of the movement from the letters of its founder, Saint Bruno, the writings of Denis the Carthusian, through to the present day. It has been written for all readers who are fascinated with the Carthusian way of life.
Tim Peeters is a Belgian priest. He holds Master’s degrees in both Religious Sciences and Canon Law. He is also a judge at the Ecclesiastical Tribunal of the Belgian Archdiocese.

Publisher: Darton-Longman-Todd
ISBN: 978 0 232 53202 9

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