He was obviously an ecclesiastic of high rank; his dress was that of a Cistercian
Monk, but composed of materials much finer than those which the rule of that order admitted.
They had rambled round by a road which led to the well-known ruins of the Cistercian
abbey behind the mill, the latter having, in centuries past, been attached to the monastic establishment.
monks, whose abbey stood there in the thirteenth century, wore no clothes but rough tunics and cowls, and ate no flesh, nor fish, nor eggs.
It had been a Cistercian
Convent in old days, when the Smithfield, which is contiguous to it, was a tournament ground.
Charges brought upon the second Thursday after the Feast of the Assumption, in the year of our Lord thirteen hundred and sixty-six, against brother John, formerly known as Hordle John, or John of Hordle, but now a novice in the holy monastic order of the Cistercians
By Andre Louf Published by Cistercian
Publications/Liturgical Press, $19.
Contract notice: Preparation of design documentation interior restoration of the former cistercian
complex in owinska.
The PS4,500 gem-encrusted silver gilt cup was taken just minutes before the Cistercian
brothers were due to hold their public Eucharist service at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, in Leicestershire, on Sunday.
Final workshop took a look at lives of Cistercian
monks WE recently held our last Archaeology Cymru Friday workshop, which was a journey of discovery to the delightful landscape of Monknash, near Wick, in the Vale of Glamorgan.
But the Cistercian
monks of the Abbey handed over the management of their electricity bills to Ruthin-based The Energy Company who soon spotted something amiss in their old bills.
The contemplative qualities of Cistercian
architecture have been well studied, but Sternberg (architecture, U.
The main tasks were recently concentrated on the subject " The music manuscripts and old-print music collection from the Archive of the Cistercian
Abbey in Mogila near Krakow".