Jean Leclercq (monk)
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This article is about the 20th century scholar. For other people with this name, see Leclercq. For Jean Leclerc (1657-1736), see Jean Leclerc (theologian).
LeClercq is perhaps best known for his seminal work The Love of Learning and the Desire for God: A Study of Monastic Culture.
- North American Benedictine Monasteries, Bulletin 49, January 1994
- After Augustine: the meditative reader and the text by Brian Stock 2001 ISBN 0-8122-3602-5 page 105
- Leclercq, Jean; Misrahi, Catherine, trans. (1961). The Love of Learning and the Desire for God: A Study of Monastic Culture. New York: Fordham University Press. ISBN 0-8232-0407-3. [The French original was published in 1957]
- The most complete bibliography of his work may be found in E Rozanne Elder, ed, The Joy of Learning and the Love of God: Studies in Honor of Jean Leclercq, CS 160, (Kalamazoo, MI, 1995), ppp414–498.
- Leclercq, Jean, Memoirs: From Grace to Grace, (Petersham, MA, 2000) [Leclercq's memoirs]
- Bernard of Clairvaux: Studies Presented to Dom Jean Leclercq, 1973 ISBN 0-87907-823-5
- Cultura umanistica e desiderio di Dio": Dom Jean Leclercq, Sansoni (Italy), 1965.
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