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- Orr, Emma Restall: Joint Chief of the British Druid Order
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- The Religious Experience: A Wiccan Viewpoint
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- The Living Tradition of Thelema
- Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. What Crowley began, others must continue and develop or Thelema will become but a memory in the history of the Western Mystery Tradition. Yes, he was a Prophet and the Ipsissimus that one could say invented...
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- An Essay on Sex and Sex Magick: Liber Conjunctus / Liber Two
- SEX Sex begins and ends at Conception. For those loving people who have chosen to so Conceive, the lustful Penetration, the willing Acceptance has its finale when Sperma conjuncts Ovum. The Fruit of this Union transforms the relationship that an individual...
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- Tradition and imagination in the creation of a new monastic model in
- appearance of religious experiences ideologically anchored in early Christian traditions.
- Stift Göttweig Wine Estate
- of the Benedictine order, Benedict of Nursia (around 480-547), the monastic ideal of solitude.
- Saints and Their Symbols
- S. Benedict, 543. Founder of Benedictine Order.
- Transnational Spaces and Biographies. The Missionary
- Amrhein, in 1884, founded the Missionary Benedictines. Herewith, he followed the example of the medieval Benedictine order.
- St. Benedict's Toolbox Ministries
- Benedictine Path to a Balanced Life. 3-day retreat. Companions of St.
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- In the footsteps of the Bishop
- They will be walking the Camino Salvado, following the footsteps of Bishop Rosendo Salvado, founder of the Benedictine order's New Norcia mission. He too left from Subiaco in 1850 and walked the 160km, through rough bush country to the embryonic town.
- Rose petals from Ypres Bible linked to nuns who fled in 1914
- ROSE PETALS which may date to a flight from Ypres in Belgium during the first World War have been found in a Bible presented to the Benedictine order at Connemara's Kylemore Abbey.
- Father David Bellinghausen finds harmony as monk, priest
- By Phyllis Hemann The call from God was one Father David Bellinghausen, OSB, could not ignore, joining the Benedictine order at Subiaco Abbey after his first year of college.
- Istrian bishop's position jeopardised by Dajla parish case
- The rumours about the bishop's removal are believed to be pressure tactics the Vatican is employing to convince Milovan to give up his decision not to hand over the disputed property to the Italian Benedictine order.
- Croatia blocks Vatican decision, confiscates monastery
- story of the monastery's ownership grew even more unusual when Pope Benedict XVI intervened personally, suspending the diocesan bishop's authority and appointing a temporary delegate who then signed over the property to the Benedictine order.
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- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Benedictine Order
- Comprises monks living under the Rule of St.
- Benedictine Order
- May 7, 2002 Discussion of life as a Benedictine religious in late twelfth century England.
- The Benedictine Order - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online
- The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as "black monks ".
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