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  • This is possible but only if the constant teaching of St. Benedict is embraced, the "quaerere Deum," to seek God, as the fundamental commitment of man.

    More from Montecassino

  • Precisely because of this, "quaerere Deum" -- to seek God, to be on the way to God -- continues to be today as yesterday the "via maestra" and foundation of all true culture.

    B16, On the Message of Lourdes

  • We set out from the premise that the basic attitude of monks in the face of the collapse of the old order and its certainties was quaerere Deum - setting out in search of God.

    Archive 2008-09-07

  • Address to the world of culture, Paris, 12 September 2008, I desired to highlight the exemplarity of monastic life in history, stressing that its aim is at the same time both simple and essential: "quaerere Deum," to seek God and to seek him through Jesus Christ who has revealed him cf.

    Archive 2008-11-23

  • Precisely because of this, "quaerere Deum" -- to seek God, to be on the way to God -- continues to be today as yesterday the "via maestra" and foundation of all true culture.

    Archive 2008-09-14

  • The starting point of my address was a reflection on monasticism, whose objective was to seek God, "quaerere Deum."

    B16, On the Message of Lourdes

  • We set out from the premise that the basic attitude of monks in the face of the collapse of the old order and its certainties was quaerere Deum - setting out in search of God.

    Zenit: Benedict XVI on the Roots of European Culture

  • After a warm welcome in Paris, I met with men and women from the world of culture, with whom I reflected on the monastic ideal of seeking God -- "quaerere Deum" -- as the bedrock of European culture.

    Archive 2008-09-14

  • After a warm welcome in Paris, I met with men and women from the world of culture, with whom I reflected on the monastic ideal of seeking God -- "quaerere Deum" -- as the bedrock of European culture.

    B16, On the Message of Lourdes

  • The starting point of my address was a reflection on monasticism, whose objective was to seek God, "quaerere Deum."

    Archive 2008-09-14

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