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genesisweavers
[quote name='Veritas' post='1516514' date='May 2 2008, 01:49 AM']+

Bump :D[/quote]

Could you tell me please what does this post mean?

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EJames2
just thought since hotlinkfiles.com went out of business,and we thus lost all tyhe hitchhiking pics.. i would post another photo of the elusive 'Frati Poveri Francescani' -also known collctively as the "Little Brothers (and Sisters) of Jesus and Mary--".
Pax
[img]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3123/2618768861_2be8bbcbdc.jpg[/img]
[img]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3077/2618769271_a756bf27df.jpg[/img]

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VeniteAdoremus
"Bumping" a thread means adding a post not to join in the discussion, but to make the thread appear higher on the thread list. It's usually done by saying bump.

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Thomist-in-Training
For EJames or anyone:

What are the pockety-looking, yet not pocket, loops on the side of the Carthusian habit?

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EJames2
[quote name='Thomist-in-Training' post='1586805' date='Jun 29 2008, 09:35 PM']For EJames or anyone:

What are the pockety-looking, yet not pocket, loops on the side of the Carthusian habit?[/quote]
though this is not a picture of Carthusians (Monastic Sisters of Bethlehem and the Assumption) they wear the Carthusian styled habit, and thus serve well for modeling purposes.
[img]http://www.st-louis-de-france.org/albums/album20/IMG_1241.jpg[/img]
the band of cloth you speak of, has an actual name, that i don't remember, but will find out in my books. its purpose its practical for keeping the hooded scapular(its actually a 'cowl' because it has sleeves)somewhat together, from flying up and out.
so its actually an 'opensided cowl.'
Margaret Clare can probably ring in.
PAX Edited by EJames2

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genesisweavers
EJames is correct - the purpose of the straps is to keep the scapular on the Carthusian habit from blowing up and covering the monks faces which could be dangerous. Because they live in such remote places the weather conditions can be very extreme. I heard that the habit is fashioned after the garments of peasant shepherds who lived in the region of the Grande Chartruese at the time of their founding (11th century, right?).

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EJames2
[quote name='genesisweavers' post='1586959' date='Jun 30 2008, 03:22 AM']EJames is correct - the purpose of the straps is to keep the scapular on the Carthusian habit from blowing up and covering the monks faces which could be dangerous. Because they live in such remote places the weather conditions can be very extreme. I heard that the habit is fashioned after the garments of peasant shepherds who lived in the region of the Grande Chartruese at the time of their founding (11th century, right?).

your brother
john[/quote]
yet, i am sure they exist mostly because of this>> [url="http://www.vimeo.com/1266364"]Carthusian Ski technique[/url] :P!
pax
or at
[url="http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-623956243763209590&hl=en"]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6...09590&hl=en[/url]

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Chiquitunga
[quote name='genesisweavers' post='1586959' date='Jun 30 2008, 03:22 AM']EJames is correct - the purpose of the straps is to keep the scapular on the Carthusian habit from blowing up and covering the monks faces which could be dangerous. Because they live in such remote places the weather conditions can be very extreme. I heard that the habit is fashioned after the garments of peasant shepherds who lived in the region of the Grande Chartruese at the time of their founding (11th century, right?).[/quote]
Yeah, 1084. That's what I figured the bands were for: just for a practical reason, to keep the front and back sides of the scapular/cowl from blowing to the side or into one's face from the wind. That's interesting, it was fashioned after the peasant shepherds who lived in the region of the Grande Chartruese. I bet there's more written about this somewhere, probably in French at least. I'm not sure about a particular title for them, as there isn't one on the Carthusian site in this description of the nun's habits.
[quote]The nun’s habit is similar to the monk’s: white robe, cowl with lateral bands for those who have taken vows. However, instead of the monk’s hood the nuns wear a wimple with their veil.[/quote]
[url="http://www.chartreux.org/"]http://www.chartreux.org/[/url]

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Chiquitunga
[center][img]http://www.chartreux.org/images/diaporama/vie_commune/985-IMG0046.jpg[/img]

[img]http://www.chartreux.org/images/diaporama/vie_commune/CD1-02.jpg[/img][/center]
[quote name='EJames2' post='1589388' date='Jul 2 2008, 02:47 PM']yet, i am sure they exist mostly because of this>> [url="http://www.vimeo.com/1266364"]Carthusian Ski technique[/url] :P!
pax
or at
[url="http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-623956243763209590&hl=en"]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6...09590&hl=en[/url][/quote]
oh my gosh, what an incredible video, LOL :hehe:

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EJames2
young Trappist Brother. with St. Joseph at SEPT-FONS( the Abbey in France that is growing with 12 Novices, 9 Postulants and 78 Monks, and a new foundation in the Czech Republic.)
[img]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3281/2640156476_36cc8e2ed9.jpg[/img]
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wonderful child likeness of an elder Trappist Brother at AIGUEBELLE France.(28 monks, 1 Novice)
Photos by Mr Rotival (not to be printed or used for monetary gain )
[img]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3063/2639328805_84039588a2.jpg[/img]


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[i]Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
No Derivative Works. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.[/i] Edited by EJames2

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EJames2
Institut du Bon Pasteur /Institute of Good Shepherd (servers,Seminarians-Ordinations)

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[img]http://photos.l3.facebook.com/photos-l3-snc1/v265/93/8/1321905485/n1321905485_39903_3339.jpg[/img]even their Afros are pre-conciliar!!! :)
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The Crypt at Chartres Basilica
[img]http://photos.l3.facebook.com/photos-l3-sf2p/v292/93/8/1321905485/n1321905485_39900_6080.jpg[/img] Edited by EJames2

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Thomist-in-Training
Black and white art style pictures of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, Fairhaven:

[url="http://www.peterpereira.com/multifriars.html"]Peter Pereira: FFI Photo Slideshow[/url]

Sorry if someone already posted this.

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frateumile
Capucins de Morgon. You see this PDF.

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