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The Abbot who 1S yyorthy to be oy er 1 monastery ought alyy avs to be mind
ful of yyhat he IS called and make his works square with his name of superior
For hc is behey ed to hold the place of Chr1st 111 the monastery when he IS called
by his 11 ime according to the say 1110 of the Apostle You haye receiyed the
spirit of idoption of sons whereby we cry Abba fFatherj
XX he11 therefore 'my one tlktth the name of Abbot he should goy ern his
disciples by '1 twofold ttachmg n lmely he should show them all th it is good and
holy by his deeds more than by his yy ords explain the commandments of Cod
to intelligent disciples by yvords but show the d1y1ne precepts to the dull and
simple by his vsorks
l'or m h1s telchmg the Abbot should ilyyays obserye that prmclplc of the
Xpostle ID which he saith Fteproye cntrt it rebuke that IS mmqlmg gentlcness
uid the lox mg 'lffechon of '1 father He must sternly rebuke the undisciphned and
rtstltss but he must exhort the obedient meek and patient to ady ance in yirtue
I et llllfl so 'ldyust himself to ey ery one that he not only suffer no loss 111
his flock but may reloice 111 thc mcrc asc of a worthy fold fHoly Rule of St
Bc Ilitl1Ct Chapter Ol
St Benedict has shown us that we are to express a humble affection for the
I ord abbot out of '1 loye and rcy erence for Chnst There are few relat1ons more
s lcitd III the n ltural order than the loye of a son for his father VVe haye tried to
shoyy thit loye by our obedience to tl1e commlnds of our Father Abbot He
his tiuly lcd us to grcatel spiritual heights by tl1e wisdom of his words and
yyoiks XX L yyill endeay or alyy lys to remaln faithful to the precepts of our loymg
Fithu XX Q trust that our future hy es attuned to the beautiful symphony of life
so yytll expicsscd at St Bene-diets will show the giatitude whlch fills our hearts
it this time
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