- Cis·ter·cian (s -stûr sh n). n. A member of a contemplative monastic order founded by reformist Benedictines in France in 1098.
- LCG Newsletter - Lay Cistercians of Gethsemani Abbey
- devotion as lay Cistercians is our financial support of. LCG.
- Lay Cistercians of Gethsemani
- Lay Cistercians of Gethsemani. Winter 2009.
- Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Lay Cistercians from Conyers, Georgia
- Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Lay Cistercians from. Conyers, Georgia. Please complete the following if you are interested in joining the.
- Wine of the Week: Nuns Do It Better
- Here's the link to the Cistercians Sisters' website, including a slide show of their beautiful monastery in the province of Viterbo, Italy, the Trappist Monastery of Vitorchiano. And here's a link to a YouTube video about their lives.
- Natural Wonders: The Yorkshire Dales
- Thanks to the Augustinians and Cistercians, the National Park and its surroundings are home to some of the country's most impressive abbeys (though thanks to Henry VIII all now lie, albeit photogenically, in ruins).
- At 100, Trappist monk keeps eyes on God
- he joined the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, which is commonly known as the Trappists. "Some people think when you go to a monastery, you're wasting your time," he said. "I say, 'I'm wasting it on God.
- Stone by stone, grape by grape
- The monks at New Clairvaux, also called Trappists, are part of a contemplative division of the Catholic Church known as the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, who dedicate their lives to finding unity with God.
- Groovy Grüner Veltliner
- Grüner Veltliner 2010, Schloss Gobelsburg, 12.5%, €12.95 Owned by the Cistercians, but run by Michael Moosbrugger, this estate has always produced very good wines, but in recent years seems to be improving even further.
- Cistercians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Order of Cistercians is a Catholic religious order of enclosed monks and nuns.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Cistercians
- Religious of the Order of Citeaux, a Benedictine reform, established at Citeaux in 1098 by St.
- OSB. The Cistercians, the Trappists and the Lay Associates. Index.
- A Benedictine introduction to the history and current state of both autonomous branches of the Cistercians: the Order of Citeaux and the Trappists.
- The Cistercians and Trappists
- An introduction to the history of the Cistercians and Trappists by Dr. Deborah Vess.
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