List of Benedictine theologians

List of Benedictine theologians

This is a list of Benedictine theologians, in other other words Roman Catholic theological writers who were Benedictine monks.

"Source": "Catholic Encyclopedia of 1913.

* Uhtred
* Guitmund
* Hrabanus Maurus
* Pietro Delfino (1444-1525), Camaldolese
* Jacques Le Bossu (1546-1626)
* François Delfau (1637-1676)
* Antoine-Joseph Mège (1625-1691)
* Paul Mezger (1637-1702)
* Matthieu Petit-Didier (1659-1728)
* Johann Franz Bessel (1672-1749)
* Mattheus Pinna da Encarnaçao (1687-1764)
* Dominic Schram (1722-1797)
* Marian Dobmayer (1753-1805)
* Maurus von Schenkl (1749-1816)

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