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a monk or nun belonging to the order founded by Saint Benedict

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A lack of people deciding to follow a vocation in the church is being blamed for the decision not to replace the three Benedictine monks, who are members of a religious order within the Catholic community.
In 1538, the Benedictine monks of Brecon were pensioned off and the priory church became the parish church which eventually became the modern day cathedral.
The kind of singing that we do calms the spirit and helps us live in peace with our world and with one another," said Abbot Phillip Lawrence, a scholar of chant who is the leader of the Monastery of Christ in the Desert, home of the American Benedictine monks.
It was founded about one thousand years ago as a monastic brewery for an order of Benedictine monks, before becoming the Royal Bavarian State Brewery.
99 ON December 31 1539, Durham Priory's Benedictine monks sang their last service - the Last Office - before the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
To commemorate the journey, made by Benedictine monks in the 12th century, one of six teams taking part will dress up as monks as they take to the river.
John's Abbey and "hanging out with Benedictine monks.
In this superbly presented travelog, viewers will also be treated to a visit to the Cold Hollow Cider Company and the cider making process, the Benedictine monks at the Weston Pirory and their music, the Knights Spider Web farm where real spider webs are employed in the creation of art, and so much more.
VALYERMO - Benedictine monks will host thousands of visitors this weekend at their Valyermo abbey for music, art and food, while a parade salutes military personnel in Rosamond and rubber ducks race for charity in Palmdale.
A huge contrast then to The Monastery, which followed five men as they spent 40 days with the Benedictine monks of Worth Abbey, joining in their routine of prayer, work and silence.
After four years as the Bush administration's "faith czar," James Towey sounded both relieved and combative upon announcing his decision to leave his post and become president of a small Pennsylvania college sponsored by Benedictine monks.
Jackson is currently five years into the eight-year, GBP2m project which was commissioned by Benedictine monks in the US, and he has completed four out of seven volumes, The Guardian reported.
This has traditionally heralded the start of summer ever since Benedictine monks ran the swannery in
Teachers across the region have been invited to take their classes to Belmont Abbey in Hereford, a community of 40 Benedictine Monks that dates back to 1859.
THE ARCHBISHOP of Cardiff celebrated a festival with the Benedictine monks of Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight.