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    3. 3. Hosios Loukas Monastery within the system of monasticism Since Christianity has been established as the official religion of the Greek state there have been distinctions between the State‚ the Church and of course the Monasteries (Troianos and Poulis 2002‚ 60-68‚ 79-81 and 109-119; Venizelos 2000‚ 55-61‚ 76-84 and 91-93; Stathopoulos 2000‚ 59-70; on the side of the Church: Ramiotis 1997‚ 80 and 89-92; Apostolakis 2002‚ 9-12 and 17-22; Apostolakis 2003‚ 11-18 and 23-32). The state and the

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    The most important consequences of the dissolution of the monasteries was its impact on society Explain why you agree with this view The dissolution of the monasteries between 1536 and 1541 were significant in their own right. However‚ they also had far reaching implications in terms of their effect on England‚ culturally‚ socially and in regards to the Church‚ with the extent of the consequences being influenced by the short and long term implications of all three of these issues. Firstly

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    my name is Joseph and I am a monk. In a monastery‚ we help the poor‚ shelter travellers‚ look after the sick and teach reading and writing. There are many orders of monks. There is the Benedictines‚ the Cistercians and the Augustinians. Most of us follow the Rule of St. Benedict. The Rule of Benedict provides a guide to prayer‚ work and study. When us monks first came to Ireland we founded many monasteries in many different places. Examples of such monasteries are Mellifont Abbey‚ Co. Louth and Jerpoint

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    Carmelite Monks of Wyoming shown by his vision creating. b) Vision of monastery • Increase size from 13 to 30 monks • Purchase 496 acre ranch • Build monastery with accommodations • Build a church • Build a convent for nuns and a hermitage c) Vision for Mystic Coffee • There is no true vision except to fund the Carmelite Monks d) Mission of Mystic Monks • Worship • Live out their life in monastery • Vows of obedience • Chastity and poverty • Sacrifices associated with

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    Mystic Monk Coffee Father Daniel Mary has established future direction as growth for the Carmelite Monks. Father Daniels specific measure of growth will require the monastery to purchase 500 acres of land that is nearby for 8.9 million. This direction will allow the vision for the monastery to become a reality. The monastery will be able to be home to 30 monks instead of the current 13 monks that live at their current facility. Additionally the Carmelite monks will be able to have a Gothic

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    HOLY RULE OF ST. BENEDICT BY: GROUP 3 SANTIAGO‚ MICHAEL ANGELO RAJA ABDUL RASHID‚ RAJA AISHA SAN FELIPE‚ DOMINIC SAPUNGAN‚ MARIELLE DELA CRUZ‚ ABBY FERER‚ JUBILEE GARCIA‚ CHRISTEL GUARINO‚ YSRA Report by Michael Santiago RULES??? What is the sense of having and for following rules?? Do we really have to set rules especially in our lives??? According to Oxford Dictionary “RULE” is one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct

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    Mystic Monk Coffee Case Study 1 Executive Summary: Father Daniel Mary’s dream was to create a new Mount Carmel in the Rocky Mountains. His first step of action was to change his 13 monk monastery into a a 30 monk‚ 500-acre monastery. This new location would hold 30 monks‚ a Gothic church‚ a covent for Carmelite nuns‚ a retreat center for lay visitors. This space would allow him to increase the number of monks to 30. The vision for Mystic Monk Coffee is to make Father Daniel Mary’s vision

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    relating to‚ or characteristic of a monastery. Used often of monks and nuns. 2. Resembling life in a monastery in style‚ structure‚ or manner‚ especially: a. Secluded and contemplative. b. Strictly disciplined or regimented. c. Self-abnegating; austere. n. A monk. (The American Heritage Dictionary) The life of a Monk is something that a lot of people have a difficult time understanding. This is a person that is totally dedicated to his/ her life to the monastery that they belong to. They chose to

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    Introduction In this assignment I choose to do my assignment on the Mariannhill Monastery‚ located in the outskirts of Pinetown. The Monastery was founded by Trappist Monks (religious order of the Roman Catholic Church) in 1882‚ as a catholic mission. The Monastery not only boasts beautiful architectural design but also peaceful tea and vegetable gardens. The Mission centre within the monastery is used for many different workshops‚ conferences and retreats for schools‚ religious organisations

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    Assessment of Causes and Effects of Monasticism from Kingdom of God Perspective: Then and Now Rukuzo Ruho Introduction “To truly seek God” is for Benedict the very essence of monastic life. Monasticism is an ascetic system of living apart from the world: to be one with God.1 It has its

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