Saint Benedict love

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  • "That is to say that the Trappists interpret the rule of Saint Benedict, which is very broad and supple, less in its spirit than in its letter, while the Benedictines do the contrary.

    En Route

  • At Saint Benedict, a committee of students, faculty and staff proposed the idea last year.

    Colleges moving away from plastic water bottles

  • But all monastic life is based on the rule of Saint Benedict, so the routine was comfortably familiar.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • What does the great monastic tradition issuing from Saint Benedict have to say about this essential relationship with creation?

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In countries where grapes could be cultivated the drink was wine, a beverage which had been approved with some reluctance by Saint Benedict.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • And wherefore dost thou not tell thy mother that her son is restored to her by the intercession, as Holy Church well warrants us to believe, of Blessed Saint Benedict, the patron of our

    The Monastery

  • There are 20 monks at Holy Cross, living alone together in silence according to the ancient Rule of Saint Benedict and separated from the outside world by 1,200 acres of stony pasture and fertile farmland.

    Retreat Into Silence

  • The first word of the Rule of Saint Benedict -- a text I hugely respect -- is the word "listen."

    A British Nun's Rebellion

  • Their rule is a hybrid between the Rules of Saint Augustine and Saint Benedict.

    Archive 2008-02-17

  • And in the sixth century, Saint Benedict founded the monasteries that helped to preserve the light of European Christian civilization.

    The Vision of Benedict XVI

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