Introducing Tibetan Buddhism. Chapter 10: Tibetan Buddhism, women and gender. Main topics covered. Introduction Gender in Tibetan society Women’s religious roles within Indian Buddhism Women religious roles within Tibetan Buddhism Women as lay patrons Women as monasticsBy vui
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MONASTICISM. Antony the Great. Antony the Great (d. 356) Ascetism Anchorite Desert Fathers Apophthegmata Patrum. St. Antony of Egypt. Antony’s cave. Desert Fathers. Macarius the Egyptian (ca. 300-390) Moses the Black (ca. 320-407) Abba Poemen (late 4 th -mid 5 th century) .
MONASTICISM. Its rise and spread – hermits were the first to leave the cities and to seek solitude in the desert regions. Communities of hermits gave rise to monastic life. Monasteries became little cities where likeminded Christians could go to live their faith together.
MONASTICISM. Desert Fathers. Eremitism Hermits – Monks Asceticism - Mortifications Around Alexandria and Antioch Apophthegmata Patrum. Desert Fathers. Antony the Great Symeon the Stylite. St. Antony of Egypt. Anthony’s cave. St. Symeon the Stylite. Mortification. Asceticism.
Monasticism. Kevin J. Benoy. Monasticism. The word comes from the Greek word monos , meaning alone. The earliest monks were men who left their homes to be alone in remote places. Origins.
Monasticism. The Rise of the Monastic Movement in the Church. Christian Monasticism. Monasticism was a response to the ways in which Christianity was moving in the 3 rd and 5 th Centuries (200-400 CE) What was happening at this time for Christians?
Monasticism. Three Periods. Pre Constantine c lassic example: St. Anthony Desert fathers and mothers (Saying of the Fathers and Mothers, ~collected early 5 th c.) Post Imperial Church & Benedict (480-550) Reform ~11-12 centuries; Abbey of Cluny, founded in 910). Contexts. New Testament
MONASTICISM. Desert Fathers. Eremitism Hermits – Monks Asceticism - Mortifications Around Alexandria and Antioch Apophthegmata Patrum. Desert Fathers. Antony the Great Symeon the Stylite. St. Antony of Egypt. Antony’s cave. St. Symeon the Stylite. Hermit’s cell. Anchorites.
MONASTICISM. Desert Fathers. Eremitism Hermits – Anchorites - Monks Asceticism Around Alexandria and Antioch Apophthegmata Patrum. Desert Fathers. Antony the Great Symeon the Stylite Macarius the Egyptian Moses the Black Abba Poemen. St. Antony of Egypt. Antony’s cave.
Late Antiquity: Monasticism. Isabel Webb and Brianne Kendall. Monasticism. Monasteries Abbots/Abbesses Separation from urban life Places of charitable works Ascetism “Physical self-denial”. Ascetism. Luxuries Greater self-deprivation. Melania. Elder/younger Ascetism/good works
Communal Monasticism. St Pachomius. Pachomian monasteries Pachomian Rules. Monasticism in the West: St Benedict Monastic communities in the US today. Apa Menos is a friend of God. St. Pachomius (290-346). Founded a monastery at Tabenninsi in Egypt about 320 AD