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  • '''Cenobitic''' (also spelled ''coenobitic'') is the name associated with the monastic t The words ''cenobite'' and ''cenobitic'' are derived, via Latin, from the Greek words κοινός and βίος ('
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  • ...hermitage where intensive [[hesychasm]] is practiced, distinct from the [[cenobitic]] hesychastic life of a [[monastery]].
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  • ...tion is called ''cenobitic'' ("community-based"). Most monastic life is [[cenobitic]] in nature. The head of a monastery came to be known by the word for "Fat ...for some rare monks, having been formed in the communal life, to leave the cenobitic context and undertake the eremetic life. To attempt it without this prior
    14 KB (2,348 words) - 20:52, February 5, 2020
  • ...Great]] organizes a community of ascetics at Tabennis in Egypt, founding [[cenobitic]] [[monasticism]].
    106 KB (14,323 words) - 23:01, May 30, 2020
  • The position of abbot has existed since the beginning of cenobitic monasteries.
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  • ...in the construction of the building. He again helped the workers when a [[cenobitic]] [[monastery]] for novices was built. But, when St. Savas found John worth
    5 KB (826 words) - 02:42, April 3, 2017
  • ...o this day. The most important elements of his reform were its emphases on cenobitic (communal) life, manual labor, and a carefully defined administrative hiera
    6 KB (882 words) - 09:53, July 6, 2013
  • The '''Monastery of the Glorious Ascension (Resaca, Georgia)''' is a [[cenobitic]] [[monastery]] under the [[Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia]].
    4 KB (497 words) - 15:02, April 11, 2017
  • ...ed to First Hierarch of ROCOR), to rebuild the Kentlyn Skete and restore [[cenobitic]] monastic life, as well as to provide a base for missionary work amongst a
    10 KB (1,576 words) - 00:21, August 19, 2014
  • ...e:StPakhom.jpg|thumb|Coptic icon of St. Pachomius the Great, the Father of Cenobitic Monasticism]] ...yptian ascetic, both a [[Desert Fathers|Desert Father]] and a founder of [[cenobitic]] [[monasticism]] in Egypt. He is celebrated by the Church on [[May 15]] an
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  • ...[[monastery]] Marmoutier where he led a austere life with cave-dwelling [[cenobitic|cenobite]]s. [[Veneration]] of Martin was very popular in western Europe du
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  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery|
    8 KB (1,182 words) - 23:17, May 22, 2010
  • ...ketes, as a third form of [[monasticism|monastic]] life other than large [[cenobitic]] communities and solitary eremetric monastic life. In this form of monasti
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  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery| ...ase with the other institutions on [[Mount Athos]], life at Esphigmenou is cenobitic.
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  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery| ...dedicated to [[Nicholas of Myra|St. Nicholas]]. Stavronikita has been a [[cenobitic|coenobitic]] (communal) monastery since 1968.
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  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery|
    3 KB (443 words) - 16:13, November 11, 2009
  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery|
    3 KB (485 words) - 20:39, October 21, 2012
  • ...Abba Theoctistus, the head of a nearby monastery that practiced a strict [[cenobitic]] rule. St. Sabbas lived in obedience at this monastery until the age of th
    5 KB (855 words) - 18:50, October 24, 2012
  • ...pral) of Sydney|Hilarion]], to rebuild the Kentlyn [[Skete]] and restore [[cenobitic]] [[monasticism|monastic]] life, as well as to provide a base for [[mission
    3 KB (423 words) - 18:25, June 21, 2009
  • The Monastery follows a [[cenobitic]], or community-style of living, having a population of around 35 monks, in
    4 KB (639 words) - 17:50, April 2, 2019
  • type=[[Cenobitic]] Monastery| ...der among the twenty monasteries on Mount Athos. The [[monk]]s live in a [[cenobitic]] life. The monastery [[feast day]] is that of St. [[Panteleimon]], [[July
    4 KB (522 words) - 19:45, December 5, 2010

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