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Mary Kathryn Robinson
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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION NNN Figure 1 MAURIST MONASTERIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EURE NNN Figure 2 MAURIST MONASTERIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SEINE-INFÉRIEURE NNN Chapter 1 BENEDICTINE REFORM AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE CONGREGATION OF SAINT-MAUR NNN Chapter 2 THE MAURISTS IN UPPER NORMANDY DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY NNN Chapter 3 THE SUPPRESSION OF THE .

The Congregation of St. Maur, often known as the Maurists, were a congregation of French Benedictines, established in 1621, and known for their high level of scholarship. The congregation was suppressed and its superior-general executed during the French Revolution.

In the late eighteenth century, the French Republic evicted religious orders from their monasteries and forced them back into secular life. Regulars and the Secular Realm is a detailed account of the monks’ plight, chronicling the injustices perpetrated by government officials as well as the general antagonism towards the Catholic Church. As Mary Kathryn Robinson reveals, this fraught period of history offered a promise of “liberty for all”—except Catholics. This vivid recounting of Benedictines and the French Revolution will interest scholars and history buffs alike.