- Linda Mullally, Away We Go: Biking three European countries along the
- We closed our cycle loop on a ferry transfer back to Konstanz with enough time to ride to Reichenau, site of a former medieval Benedictine abbey founded in 724.
- Benedictine monk shares herbal lore
- Garbed in his "habit," Coless, a Benedictine monk, herbalist and medievalist from St. Mary's Abbey, Delbarton in Morristown, was all smiles as he assured an admiring audience that, "Yes, there are still monks around.
- Venerable monk shares herbal lore at Master Gardeners' Trailside site
- Garbed in his "habit," Fr. Gabriel, a Benedictine monk, herbalist and medievalist from St. Mary's Abbey, Delbarton in Morristown, was all smiles as he assured an admiring audience that, "Yes, there are still monks around.
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