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.
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 HÃ´tel 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 HÃ´tel at the royal HÃ´tel.
Historic Coventry Trust, working closely with Coventry City Council and the Charterhouse community, is behind the development which will include full restoration of the Charterhouse - one of only nine Carthusian
monasteries built in the UK - and the London Road Cemetery, as well as the creation of a new riverside park and walks.
The former Carthusian
monastery of Trisulti was being used as the headquarters of the institute, which was founded in 2008 "to protect and promote human dignity based on the anthropological truth that man is born in the image and likeness of God," per its website.
1535 - Five Carthusian
monks from London Charterhouse monastery hung, drawn and quartered for refusing to acknowledge Henry VIII head of the Church of England.
At no point are any of the other Carthusian
One of the city's oldest buildings, it is all that survives of the old Carthusian
Monastery of Saint Anne.
He stayed with Carthusian
monks at andH Buckfast Abbey, Devon and became a Catholic in 1947.
A chapter narrated by a mourning cat who has taken to hiding behind a bookcase is titled "Felis Silvestris Catus Carthusianorum," suggesting that the cat is following the path of Carthusian
monks who chose lives of isolation and deep contemplation.