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[Nine specimens of the Cloister Press].
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The authors explore its construction, imagery and inscriptions, the context for its exceptional style and iconography, its theological setting and use in the liturgy, and its place in English Romanesque art. Includes numerous color and black & white photos taken especially for the book.
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Book Details "The world is my cloister, my body is my cell, and my soul is the hermit within!" St. Francis of Assisi () John Michael Talbot shows that you need not live in a monastery to know the peace of God and be a blessing to the world.
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