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Chapter 14 part 2 - • Told by jesus to go to Rome and...

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Ch.14 - St. Bonaventure and how the mystical and the scholastic elements are  intertwined in his theology  Not mutually exclusive In heaven enjoying mysteries of divine order (both elements) - Johannes Eckhart and his cosmology of divine "out-pouring"; p.189-191 God overflows in process of creation and makes everything. - Hildegard of Bingen; p.192-193 German, Woman, Writer, poet, and composer, first serious one. - St. Birgitta of Sweden Widow at 40, turned to God
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Unformatted text preview: • Told by jesus to go to Rome and stay as long as the papacy returned.- Hadewijch of Brabant and her poems • Dutch mystic whose writings draw heavily on medieval ideas about courtly love.- Catherine of Genoa and the influence of the Black Death on her writings; p.197-199 • Devoted life to caring for the sick, Director of Pammatone hospital at Genoa. • Grateful for every expression of God’s will...
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