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The foundation for the modern study of Saint Bonaventure was the publication of the Opera Omnia: Doctoris Seraphici St. Bonaventurae opera omnia 10 vols. (Quaracchi). The completion of this publication opened the door for the twentieth century scholarship. Among the first to walk through this door was Romano Guardini. The completion of this publication opened the door for the twentieth century scholarship. The 1976 publication, San Bonaventura Maestro di Vita Francescana e di Sapienza Cristiana, by Alfonso Pompei of the acts of the international congress held in Rome, offers a collection of the approximately one hundred and thirty papers delivered at the congress. A second commemorative publication for the seventh centenary, published 1972-1974, was the five-volume S. Bonaventura, 1274-1974, by Jacques Guy Bougerol.

Keywords: Alfonso Pompei; international congress; Quaracch; Saint Bonaventure

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