Benedictine


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

a French liqueur originally made by Benedictine monks

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in organization development from Benedictine University.
Paul's in Newton, then in 1945 joined St Vincent's Abbey in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, a larger Benedictine school, for his final two years.
The Monks in Motion project, led by Dr James Kelly, research fellow in the History of Catholicism in Durham University's Department of Theology and Religion, has brought together records of English and Welsh Benedictine monks exiled in Europe in a first-ofits-kind searchable database and uncovered some of their remarkable histories.
Dr Kelly's study brings together a range of materials, including books, monastery records and letters, to build up a picture of Benedictine life from 1553 to 1800, and how they were plugged into both national and international events.
JERUSALEM -- After having suffered serious damage from an arson attack in June 2015, the atrium of the Benedictine Church of the Loaves and Fishes was reopened Feb.
THE Benedictine nuns at the iconic Kylemore Abbey and Gardens will be happy as the cash pile at their firm last year soared to almost [euro]350,000.
In a wheelchair, Father Benabarre participated actively in the Holy Mass celebration and managed to deliver a thank-you speech where he expressed appreciation to the Almighty Father, the Benedictine fathers, his family members and friends who made his 100 years of a well and blessedly lived life possible.
The future of Grade II-listed St Austin's church in Aigburth has been uncertain since the last few remaining Benedictine priests - a strict religious order within the Catholic community - left the site in 2012 after many years.
St Hilda is generally depicted wearing a black Benedictine habit, sometimes covered with a colourful robe, holding a pastoral staff in one hand while cradling Whitby Abbey in her other arm.
The combination of Benedictine and Orange Curacao make this drink more approachable for folks that would otherwise steer clear of a Scotch-based drink, plus it works well in all seasons.
Benedictine has been certified by Maryland s Division of Rehabilitation Services to assist an 8-week training series in the hospitality industry.
Reform, Conflict, and the Shaping of Corporate Identities: Collected Studies on Benedictine Monasticism 1050-1150
Benedictine (50cl) is on sale at selected stores of Sainsbury, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco with prices ranging from PS15.
10 Cork Father's Day Racing June 16th Handicap Hurdle 2m4f ATR Card page 74 THE apple of trainer Brendan Duke's eye, Mister Benedictine makes his seasonal reappearance at the fourth time of asking.
In his community, Ryan is vice chairman of the Board of Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, an organization that resulted from the new alliance of Kingston and Benedictine Hospitals.