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Author photo. St. Benedict delivering his Rule to St. Maurus and other monks of his order (France, Monastery of St. Gilles, Nimes, 1129)

St. Benedict delivering his Rule to St. Maurus and other monks of his order (France, Monastery of St. Gilles, Nimes, 1129)

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If you combine Timothy Frye works (that are really by St. Benedict) it will change the author for all Rules of St. Benedict to Timothy Frye, a translator.

The author of Pope John II is, of course, Pope Benedict XVI, who would, I think, be reluctant to be addressed as "St. Benedict"!

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Benedict of Nursia (Italian: San Benedetto da Norcia) (c. 480 – 21 March 543 or 547) is a Christian saint, honored by the Catholic Church as the patron saint of Europe and students.
Disambiguation notice
If you combine Timothy Frye works (that are really by St. Benedict) it will change the author for all Rules of St. Benedict to Timothy Frye, a translator.
The author of Pope John II is, of course, Pope Benedict XVI, who would, I think, be reluctant to be addressed as "St. Benedict"!

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