ora et labora


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ora et labora

(ˈɔːrɑː ɛt ˈlæbɔːˌrɑː)
pray and work
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The centuries-old Benedictine dictum, ora et labora (prayer and work), is vibrant as ever, still bearing fruit in the lives of its students.
Guided by the golden rule "Ora et Labora," which means pray and work, the Benedictines have, according to records, given the Church 50 Popes, 7,000 bishops, and 40,000 saints.
The phrase "Ora et labora" ("pray and work") applies to the way of life here.
* Ora et labora ("pray and work") can easily come to mind when one is patiently centering clay on a potter's wheel near a Benedictine abbey.
Joby goes by the dictum, ora et labora (prayer and work).
We follow an ancient motto: Ora et labora. Pray and work: from St.
Tras la desamortizacion, el monasterio fue adquirido por vecinos de Barbastro y en 1883 se instalo en el una comunidad de benedictinos que vivieron la regla de su fundador: Ora et labora. Alli rezaban, estudiaban y trabajaban los dominios de 300 hectareas que les correspondian, y tambien colaboraban con las labores pastorales de la diocesis.
The first, 'L'humanisme d'Alberti: vie civile et contemplation,' offers the following essays: Michael Paoli, "Solitude et engagement civique dans le Theogenius d'Alberti," Francesco Furlan, "'Io uomo ingegnosissimo trovai nuove e non prima scritte amicizie' (De familia, IV 1369-1370): ritorno sul libro De amicitia," Pierre Caye, "Architecture, technique et politique: du stoi'cisme de Leon Battista Alberti au neo-platonisme de Daniele Barbaro," Elisabetta Di Stefano, "Leon Battista Alberti e l'estetica della contemplazione," and Philippe Guerin, "Momus sur son rocher: enquete sur la cause des tempetes." The last subsection, 'L'humanisme florentin et les genres de vie,' contains seven papers: "Pierre Magnard, "Ora et labora" Rinaldo Rinaldi, "Tabula o Navicula?