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by Hubert Van Zeller
Author: Hubert Van Zeller
Publisher: Templegate Pub; Ex-Monastery Library edition (July 1, 1974)
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Current of Spirituality book. Dom Hubert van Zeller lived a life of spiritual adventure and holy renunciation. He was born in Egypt when that nation was a British protectorate, and entered the Benedictine novitiate at age nineteen. His soul thirsted for an austere way of life; at one point he even left the Benedictines to enter a strict Carthusian monastery. However, he soon returned to the Benedictines. A talented sculptor as Dom Hubert van Zeller lived a life of spiritual adventure and holy renunciation.
Hubert van Zeller (1905 – 11 May 1984) was a Benedictine writer, sculptor, and (under the name Brother Choleric) cartoonist, noted for writing about human suffering from a Catholic perspective. Born in Egypt in 1905, van Zeller entered the Benedictine novitiate at the age of nineteen. At one point, he left the Benedictines to join a Carthusian monastery, hoping to experience a deeper and more intense understanding of his faith. He later returned to the Benedictines.
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