So he said to him, "It seems to me, Senor Knight-errant, that your worship has made choice of one of the most austere professions in the world, and I imagine even that of the Carthusian
monks is not so austere.
Behind these palaces, extended in all directions, now broken, fenced in, battlemented like a citadel, now veiled by great trees like a Carthusian
convent, the immense and multiform enclosure of that miraculous Hôtel de Saint-Pol, where the King of France possessed the means of lodging superbly two and twenty princes of the rank of the dauphin and the Duke of Burgundy, with their domestics and their suites, without counting the great lords, and the emperor when he came to view Paris, and the lions, who had their separate Hôtel at the royal Hôtel.
The fuge, late, tace of the Carthusian brother is my motto here, my death to the world is the life of this canton, my prayer takes the form of the active work to which I have set my hand, and which I love--the work of sowing the seeds of happiness and joy, of giving to others what I myself have not.
The Carthusians were in the chapel, I went thither to join in their prayers, and there my resolutions vanished.
The building, which lies just yards off the main London Road, was originally part of the Carthusian
Priory of St Anne, founded in 1381.
She chooses the Gloss, Denis the Carthusian
, Nicholas of Lyra, and Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples.
This French artist gained the confidence of a community of sisters living on the outskirts of Paris; and the film is the most wonderful antidote to the Carthusian
encomium Into great silence (dir.
In 1746 Abbe Jean-Antoine Nollet had 700 Carthusian
monks stand in a circle in a field and wired them together.
THERE is a film, called Into Great Silence, which follows the life of Carthusian
monks living in the French Alps.
Meeting ("AGM") will be held at 1 Carthusian
Street, London, EC1M 6DZ, on 31st
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's an Old Carthusian
, a product of pounds 29,430 Charterhouse in Surrey.
Melion ties this interpretive tradition not only to the well-established influence of Carthusian
Ludolph of Saxony's Vita Christi, but also to the mystical theology of the Meditationes Sancti Bonaventurae by that Franciscan doctor.