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a church associated with a monastery or convent

a convent ruled by an abbess

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a monastery ruled by an abbot

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After a year or so, I asked if I might be considered as a candidate to become an oblate of Saint Vincent's Archabbey.
Cyprian Davis was a significant leader as a Benedictine monk and priest of Saint Meinrad Archabbey and as a spiritual writer, historian, and advocate for the vibrant presence of African American Catholic leaders," said a May 18 statement from Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Ky.
Off to the left, on a hill, I can see a huge structure, which I take to be the basilica of Saint Vincent Archabbey, the oldest Benedictine monastery in the United States.
John D'Arcy May, "Conversion and Religious Identity in Buddhism and Christianity: Sixth Study Conference of the European Network of Buddhist-Christian Studies, Archabbey of St.
Vincent Archabbey Publications), won such enduring popularity that it is now in its third printing.
Commissioned to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Saint Vincent Archabbey, Mission to America tells the story of the Archabbey in fascinating detail.
MILWAUKEE -- When the architectural firm FortyEighty Architecture, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, began designing The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College and Archabbey, Latrobe, Pennsylvania they were seeking innovative functionality for the project located at the primary vehicular entrance to the college.
Meinrad Archabbey, professor of church history at St.
The Archabbey of Beuron began to publish its edition of the "remains of the Old Latin Bible" in 1949, under the editorship of Bonifatius Fischer: the series (and the associated monograph series) has moved slowly under the succeeding editorships of Hermann Josef Frede and Roger Gryson.
Meinrad Archabbey Church that I understood the importance of the tradition.
When Saint Meinrad Archabbey was founded in 1854 by Benedictine monks from Switzerland, the first home was a primitive log cabin.
MISSION TO AMERICA: A HISTORY OF SAINT VINCENT ARCHABBEY, THE FIRST BENEDICTINE MONASTERY IN THE UNITED STATES.