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muh na stuh si zuhm

  • n  asceticism as a form of religious life; usually conducted in a community under a common rule and characterized by celibacy and poverty and obedience

  • Is American monasticism's active involvement with the secular world spiritually wise? Because of the obvious benefits to the church as a whole, most abbots agree that it is; but .
  • The novel experiment in Protestant monasticism was begun by Roger Schutz, 45, the ninth child of a Swiss Calvinist pastor and a French mother, who turned from agnosticism to study .
  • A Swiss theology student named Roger Schutz, then 25, came to France looking for a site for a Protestant experiment in monasticism.
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  • Preview of Pope Benedict XVI's message to Ireland
    In a preview of Pope Benedict' s letter to the Irish people, expected on Ash Wednesday, which falls on February 17, the Pope will "acknowledge the tremendous contribution of the Irish to the church worldwide from the time of the golden age of monasticism to the modern missionary movement.
    June 28, 2013 - Irish Central

  • Greg Craven in The Australian
    When consecrated people live the Gospel radically, when people dedicated to an entirely contemplative life profoundly cultivate the nuptial bond with Christ ...... then monasticism can, for all forms of religious and consecrated life, become a... Pope Benedict XVI Catholic News Agency Nov 20, 2008 64819 86066 monasticism The Australian people are as prone to constitutional experimentation as they are to monasticism," Craven writes. "Legions of bitter monarchists and dissident republicans stand ready to choke any infant republic with misrepresentation and...

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