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Henry Suso

the Exemplar, with two German sermons
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Seuse, Heinrich, 1295-1366, Mysticism -- Early works to 1800, Sermons, Medieval -- Germany, Sermons, German -- Translations into En

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Other titlesExemplar, with two German sermons.
Statementtranslated, edited, and introduced by Frank Tobin ; preface by Bernard McGinn.
GenreTranslations into English.
SeriesThe Classics of Western spirituality
ContributionsTobin, Frank J.
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LC ClassificationsBV5080 .S836213 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 416 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2190183M
ISBN 100809104075, 0809129868
LC Control Number89008569

Henry Suso: The Exemplar, with Two German Sermons (Classics of Western Spirituality (Paperback)) (English and Middle High German Edition) (Middle High German) Paperback – January 1, by Henry Suso (Author), Frank Tobin (Translator), Bernard McGinn (Foreword) & 0 more/5(9).

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A Little Book of Eternal Wisdom (Illustrated) The Life of Blessed Henry Suso Heinrich Susos, Genant Amandus, Leben Und Schriften: Nach Den ltesten Handschriften Und Drucken Mit Unver ndertem Texte in Neuerer Schriftsprache Herausgegeben (Classic Reprint).

Book of Saints – Henry Suso. Article (Blessed) (October 25) (14th century) A Dominican Saint of Flemish descent who died at Ulm in Germany (A.D. He was remarkable for his gifts of supernatural prayer, and his works on the Contemplative Life, much used in our own day, have been translated into many languages and often reprinted.

The LITTLE BOOK OF ETERNAL WISDOM is among the best of the writings of Blessed Henry Suso, a priest of the Order of St. Dominic, who lived a life of wonderful labours and sufferings, and died in the Fourteenth century with a reputation for 5/5(5).

Source: Wikipedia While studying at Cologne, Heinrich (Henry) Suso came under the influence of Meister Eckhart, whose writings he defended against charges of heresy. He became a popular preacher and was associated with Johannes Tauler.

Henry Suso Pain, Law, Suffering "Mysticism: A Study in the Nature and Development of Man's Spiritual Consciousness".

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Incredibly it was written by a Dominican friar in the 13th century, named Henry Suso. a little more about him after the poem. The Finding Now have I seen Thee and found Thee, For Thou hast found Thy sheep; I fled, but Thy love would follow-- I strayed, but Thy grace would keep.

The Fourteenth Century Dominican, Henry Suso, is one of a trinity of famous Dominican “Founding Fathers” of German Mysticism, a form of spirituality prevalent in German speaking lands The other two “Founding Fathers” were his teacher, Meister Eckhart, and. Suso's Life compares with Augustine's Confessions in the realm of spiritual Eternal Wisdom and the Little Book of Truth, witness to the ingermingling of speculative mysticism dependent on Meister Eckhart and devotional piety typical of the late Middle Ages.

Henry Suso was oneof the most popular of all late medieval : Whereas in this book Suso speaks as a contemplative and to the intellect, in his next, "Das Büchlein der ewigen Weisheit", published early inhe is eminently practical and speaks out of the fullness of his heart to "simple men who still have imperfections to be put off".

The Little Book of Eternal Wisdom is among the best of the writings of Blessed Henry Suso, a priest of the Order of St. Dominic, who lived a life of wonderful labours and sufferings, and died in the Fourteenth century with a reputation for sanctity which the Church has solemnly confirmed.

Manuscripts of this text by Henry Suso are sometimes illuminated with Henry Suso, who was Swiss, and his translator together gazing upon the medieval form of a computer, an elaborate Swiss clock, presented to us by the figure of God as female Wisdom.

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“The Little Book of Eternal Wisdom is among the best of the writings of Blessed Henry Suso, a priest of the Order of St. Dominic, who lived a life of wonderful labours and sufferings, and died in the Fourteenth century with a reputation for sanctity which the Church has solemnly confirmed It would be difficult to speak too highly of this little book or of its author.

Henry Suso was born at Constance, Switzerland, and became a Dominican there at Five years later an extraordinary divine encounter launched him on his lifelong mystical pursuit of God.

For the next decade, however, Suso suffered severe depression and doubt. After retiring to Ulm Suso wrote the story of his inner life ("Vita" or "Leben Seuses"), revised the "Büchlein der Wahrheit", and the "Büchlein der ewigen Weisheit", all of which, together with eleven of his letters (the "Briefbüchlein"), and a prologue, he formed into one book known as the "Exemplar Seuses".

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Henry Suso books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Henry Suso's first work was the Büchlein der Wahrheit (Little Book of Truth) written between and in Constance. This was a short defence of the teaching of Meister Eckhart, who had been tried for heresy and condemned in   Blessed Henry Suso (), a Dominican monk with a reputation of sanctity, begins his book, originally written in German, by inviting the reader to listen, with him, to Eternal Wisdom speaking to a soul – which we presume to be himself – as the soul learns how pleasing it is to God to meditate on the Passion and sufferings of Jesus Christ.

A central figure in Christian mystical literature, the Dominican Prior Henry Suso was the author of the seminal work The Life of the Servant. Transcribed by an enlightened amanuensis without his explicit consent, Suso began burning the manuscript until a heavenly missive from God decreed that the text should be spared further : Henry Suso.

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Full catalog record MARCXML. plus-circle Pages:   “Henry Suso (c. - ) studied theology under Meister Eckhart in Cologne. But Eckhart was more than a teacher to him: there is a touching account in Suso's autobiography of how he went to Eckhart when his hypersensitive conscience was tormenting him, and how Eckhart gave him complete peace.

He entered the Dominican Order. › Find signed collectible books by 'Henry Suso' A Breefe directory - (English recusant literature, ) by Henry Suso. ISBN () Hardcover, Scolar Press, Find This Book. Henry was a gentle, dreamy lad, who liked to accompany his mother on pilgrimages and read about heroic deeds.

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He had taken his mother's name of Suso, perhaps out of sheer inability to live up to the warlike title of the Count von Berg The best known work of Henry Suso is his Little Book of Eternal Wisdom, which is a classic of spiritual writing. The Life of the Servant is one of the world's greatest religious biographies.

It is the work of a saint - one of that remarkable trio of 14th century German mystics, of whom the others were Eckhardt and Tauler - who was also a poet.

The book was never intended for publication, and owes its preservation to an accident. What Suso confided to his 'spiritual daughter' was meant for her ears alone. Henry Suso (Also called Amandus, a name adopted in his writings, and Heinrich Seuse in German) was a German mystic, born at Überlingen on Lake Constance on Ma c.

; he died at Ulm, Janu ; declared Blessed in by Gregory XVI, who assigned his feast in the Dominican Order to March 2. The Dominicans now celebrate his feast on Janu the "open" day nearest the day of.

Henry Suso (c. - ) studied theology under Meister Eckhart in Cologne. But Eckhart was more than a teacher to him: there is a touching account in Suso's autobiography of how he went to Eckhart when his hypersensitive conscience was tormenting him.

"The Classics of Western Spirituality(TM) series has itself become the acknowledged 'classic' in English for the study of Western spirituality." Jorge Floria Henry Suso: The Exemplar with Two German Sermons translated, edited, and introduced by Frank Tobin preface by Bernard McGinn "This is the ground and foundation for our happiness--becoming less and an annihilation of oneself.

Heinrich Suso, Suso also spelled Seuse, also called Henry Suso, original name Heinrich von Berg, (born Ma ?, probably Constance, Swabia—died Jan. 25,Ulm), one of the chief German mystics and leaders of the Friends of God (Gottesfreunde), a circle of devout ascetic Rhinelanders who opposed contemporary evils and aimed for a close association with God.Henry Suso (c.

– ):The Little Book of Divine Wisdom, 2, Leave a Response» Henry Suso: I Shall Adorn Her Interiorly with the Beautiful Garment .A LITTLE BOOK OF ETERNAL WISDOM: by Blessed Henry Suso: CONTENTS: A Foreword: Translator's Note: Author's Preface: THE FIRST PART: 1.

How Some Persons Are Unconsciously Attracted by God: 2. What happened before the Crucifixion: 3. How It Was With Him on The Cross According to The Exterior Man: 4. How Very Faithful His Passion Was.