Geist Und Leben - Literature

Literature

  • "Zeitschrift für Aszese u. Mystik", in L. Koch (ed.), Jesuiten-Lexikon. Gesellschaft Jesu einst und jetzt. Paderborn 1934, 1869
  • August Brunner, "Geist und Leben", in Geist und Leben 20 (1947), 3-11
  • Corona Bamberg, "Kennwort Geist und Leben", in Geist und Leben 50 (1977), 3-9
  • "Directory of Reviews of Ignatian Spirituality", in Review of Ignatian Spirituality (Bulletin of the Council on Ignatian Spirituality) XXXVI/2 (2006), n. 112, 53-139.
  • Andreas Schönfeld, "Integrative Spiritualität. Zum 80. Jahrgang von 'Geist und Leben'", in Geist und Leben 80 (2007), 1-8
  • Andreas Schönfeld (ed.), Spiritualität im Wandel. Leben aus Gottes Geist. Festschrift for 75th anniversary of Geist und Leben, with a forward by Karl Cardinal Lehmann. Echter Verlag, Würzburg 2002, ISBN 3-429-02473-0
  • Friedrich Wulf, "50 Jahre Geist und Leben", in Geist und Leben 50 (1977), 1-2
  • Ludger A. Schulte, Aufbrauch aus der Mitte. Zur Erneuerung der Theologie christlicher Spiritualität im 20. Jahrhundert - im Spiegel von Wirken und Werk Friedrich Wulfs SJ (1908-1990). Echter Verlag, Würzburg 1998, ISBN 3-429-01987-7

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