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  • ...the Latin translation of the title given to the homilies in PG 48.843. The Benedictine editor, Montfaucon, gives a footnote (reprinted ibid.) which states that si
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  • ...in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is a Western Orthodox [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] monastery, which celebrates the Liturgy of St. Gregory. St. Petroc Monas ...ians: Who Are They?], from [[Christminster (Providence, Rhode Island)]], a Benedictine Monastery under [[ROCOR]]
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  • ...ult]], the latter of which oversaw a small Orthodox [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] community in the rue d'Alleray in Paris. After 1946, Kovalevsky develope '''Benedictine Monasteries in the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia'''
    11 KB (1,626 words) - 22:33, January 27, 2013
  • ...of some Northumbrians. The priory was re-established in Norman times as a Benedictine house and continued until its suppression in 1536 under Henry VIII. It is ...sfarne_Priory.jpg|left|thumb|300px|The ruins of the [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] priory on Lindisfarne]]
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  • ...medieval style (also called Old English, Anglican, [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]], or cathedral style) is without lace, much longer with very wide (pointed
    14 KB (2,311 words) - 10:45, July 23, 2013
  • *910 [[Benedict of Nursia|Benedictine]] [[w:Cluny Abbey|Abbey of Cluny]] founded in France. ...:Cluniac Reforms|Cluniac Reform movement]] within the [[Benedict of Nursia|Benedictine order]], focused on restoring the traditional monastic life, encouraging ar
    106 KB (14,319 words) - 23:24, September 20, 2013
  • ...n the British Isles. He chose a to send a group of [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] monks, under the leadership of St. [[Augustine of Canterbury]] (not to be
    7 KB (921 words) - 21:01, September 29, 2014
  • ...gustine of Canterbury''' (d. [[May 26]], 605) was a [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] monk and the first [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]. His [[feast day]] is [[ ...ccompanied by [[Laurence of Canterbury]], the second archbishop, and other Benedictine monks, and they landed on the Island of Thanet in the spring of 597.
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  • * Robinson, David. ''The Family Cloister: Benedictine Wisdom for the Home'' (ISBN 0824518276)
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  • ...unity in the rue d'Alleray in Paris (as Pére Denis), and the former Benedictine monk, Archimandrite [[Alexis van der Mensbrugghe]] (1899-1980), who favorab
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  • ...rch.com/ Ukrainian Orthodox Catholic Church]) affiliated with the Athonite Benedictine Monks :*[http://www.athonitebenedictinefathers.com/ The Athonite Benedictine Fathers]
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  • ...] life. He received his theological training in the [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] monasteries of Adescancastre, near Exeter and Nursling between Winchester
    5 KB (840 words) - 19:46, October 22, 2012
  • ...'s brother, Sinibald, was [[abbot]] of the original [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] [[monastery]] at [[Monte Cassino]], and the family intended Thomas to fol
    14 KB (2,105 words) - 02:47, December 31, 2009
  • ...t was a “Pontifical Eastern Rite Center” run by [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] [[monk]]s where he studied the history, origins, and purposes of the Gree
    5 KB (668 words) - 20:37, February 4, 2020
  • After three years of working toward restoring an authentic Benedictine Rule in the West, the [[monk]] Dom Augustine Harding founded the original m
    4 KB (528 words) - 23:29, April 7, 2016
  • ...e''' was a [[Roman Catholic Church|Roman Catholic]] [[Rule of St. Benedict|Benedictine]] [[monk]] [[conversion|convert]] to Orthodox Christianity who worked to es ...an der Mensbrugghe was born in Belgium in 1899. He became a Roman Catholic Benedictine monk in a [[monastery]] at Amay-sur-Met. In April 1929, he was received int
    2 KB (330 words) - 21:00, February 24, 2012
  • ...abbey, Dunstan experienced for the first time the disciplined life of the Benedictine order that he had introduced at Glastonbury. But, he did not stay long as t
    4 KB (721 words) - 03:39, March 3, 2016
  • ...pril 20, 1990, a Filipino [[hieromonk]], Fr. Vincentius Escarcha (a former Benedictine Abbot and a Roman Catholic priest for more than 20 years in Bajada, Cataing
    13 KB (1,905 words) - 02:17, October 3, 2019
  • ...onastery at Ripon by Alchfrid, the son of Oswiu. There, he established the Benedictine Rule and put forward Roman practices and rules. It wasn't until after five
    4 KB (666 words) - 13:18, October 25, 2012
  • ...s?id=wb2ITWWU8AEC Kingsmark (Cynfarch)] from ''Book of the Saints'' by the Benedictine Monks of St. Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate (1921), pp. 160-161.
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