Augustine Baker (writer)
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Who is Augustine Baker?
Augustine Baker: Fr. Augustine Baker OSB, was a well-known Benedictine mystic and an ascetic writer. He was one of the earliest members of the English Benedictine Congregation which was newly restored to England after the Reformation.
- born on (439 years ago) in Wales
- religion: Catholicism
- profession: Writer
- died on (374 years ago)
- written works: "Self-discipline and holiness", "Fr. Augustine Baker", "A secure stay in all temptations", "A spirituall treatise-- called A.B.C", "Custodia cordis", "Inner life and the writings of Dame Gertrude More", "The substance of the rule of St Bennet", "Acts and affections for mental prayer", "Sancta sophia", "Idiot's devotion - Directions", "Alphabet and order", "Book E", "Conversio morum", "Remains"
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