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  • “A lot of people actually go to Ascension, and to St. Odilo,” he explains, referring to two neighboring parishes whose priests have declined to offer Spanish Masses, despite obvious—and growing—demand.

    American Grace

  • In the eleventh century, Odilo, abbot at Cluny, claimed this heathen death feast for the Church.

    Donna Henes: Holy Halloween: A Day to Dance with Death

  • In the 11th century, Odilo, abbot at Cluny, claimed this heathen death feast for the Church.

    Donna Henes: Doing Death Before it Does Us

  • On the middle cornice, St. Benedict seeing in a vision the extension of his order is flanked by Saints Odilo of Cluny and Robert of Molesmes, the founder of Cîteaux.

    Neuzelle Abbey

  • In 998, St. Odilo, the abbot of the powerful monastery of Cluny in Southern France, added a celebration on Nov. 2.

    November 2nd, 2009

  • St. Odilo of Cluny d. 1048 ordered the commemoration of all the faithful departed to he held annually in the monasteries of his congregation.

    Archive 2007-10-28

  • Odilo bowed as though we were being presented to each other in the Hypogeum Amaranthine.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • Odilo hesitated; I could hardly make out his drawn face in the fading light, but I knew he must be very tired.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • Odilo murmured, "You went with your mistress, I take it?"

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • Odilo stood in the stern with a hand on the tiller; when he saw me, he waved and shouted some encouragement I could not hear.

    The Urth of the New Sun

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  • Odilo was an 11th-century monk and abbott of the influential monastery at Cluny who instituted the observation of All Souls' day on November 2.

    November 14, 2010