|The Penalty of Piety: The Benedictine Beginning of Fu Jen Catholic University in Peking ..." is a radio docudrama arranged in a series of sixteen moments leading up to the purchase of property for the Catholic University of Peking in February 1925." --liner note.|
The Penalty of Piety: The Benedictine Beginning of Fu Jen Catholic University in Peking (42:11) / Llyn Margaret Scott.
An interview reflecting on the Benedictine Fu Jen Catholic University Peking (25:04) / Dr. Wu Xiaoxin and Fr. Michel Marcil, S.J.
Four historical studies provide the background and characters for the docudrama: (1) Chapter Six titled “Mission to China (1918 – 1930)” in Mission to America: A History of Saint Vincent Archabbey, The First Benedictine Monastery in the United States by Jerome Oetgen; (2) “Ying Lien-Chih (1866-1926) and The Rise of Fu Jen, the Catholic University of Peking, by Donald Paragon, reprinted from Monumenta Serica Vol. XX, 1921; (3) the unpublished dissertation, “Catholic Higher Education in China: The Rise and Fall of Fu Jen University in Beijing,” submitted by Rev. John Shujie Chen to the Lynch Graduate School of Education at Boston College, 2003; and (4) the unpublished dissertation, “A Case Study of the Catholic University of Peking During the Benedictine Period (1927-1933),” written by Dr. Xiaoxin Wu and presented to the School of Education at the University of San Francisco, 1993. Other relevant historical notes were gathered from among letters by Archabbot Aurelius Stehle, Fr. Ildephonse Brandstetter, Fr. Placidus Rattenberger, and Fr. George Barry O’Toole between the years 1923 and 1924, in the St. Vincent Archabbey files belonging to Dr. Nicholas Koss, OSB, Dean of the College of Foreign Languages and Literature at Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei.
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