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[b]Carthusian Monks[/b]
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[b]Portugal[/b]
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[b]Spain[/b]Burial
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[b]France [/b](Grande Chartreuse)
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[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79997_vueef/GC89.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79998_yfbzu/GC56.jpg[/img]
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[b]Carthusian Monks Cont.[/b]
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[b]Germany[/b]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79992_ut3sr/marienau56german.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/thumbs/large/79991_ewmks/marienau58german.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79990_rxv7b/marienau61gereman.jpg[/img]

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[b]USA-[/b]Vermont(you see that in Slovenia, one in France and , one in Germany, are the only Charterhouses facing 'ad oreintum' in Liturgy)
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[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79989_rqnei/transfiguration7.jpg[/img]
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[b]Slovenia[/b]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79939_gyuy0/pleterje32slovenia.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79940_ojoiu/pleterje68%20priorslovenia.jpg[/img][img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79938_apoyo/pleterje29slovinia.jpg[/img]
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[b]Carthusian Monks 3[/b]
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[b]Portes[/b]-France(Sunday)
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[b]ITALY[/b]
[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/79999_phbcp/farneta18italy.jpg[/img]

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Les Petits Frères de la Croix/Little Brothers of the Cross, Canada
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[img]http://catho-charlevoix.org/croix/photogallery/photo00024269/pfc%201%20affiche.JPG[/img]
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[img]http://catho-charlevoix.org/croix/pfc%2017%20-%20phot%20pape%20et%20Michel.jpg[/img]
Monstrance for Adoration
[img]http://catho-charlevoix.org/croix/pfc%2040%20-%20exposition%20euch.jpg[/img]
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[img]http://catho-charlevoix.org/croix/pfc%2047%20office%206.jpg[/img]
a Brother With some visiting Domincans from Ontario
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[img]http://www.diocesequebec.qc.ca/reportages/069_journee_euch_24-09-2005/images/069_0102_210.JPG[/img]
[img]http://www.lemontmartre.net/actu/photos/sortie/monastere_small.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.missa.org/petitsfrerescroix.jpg[/img] Edited by EJames

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[quote name='Domine ut Videam' post='1272599' date='May 13 2007, 06:56 PM']Yes, that was Brother nathan! He is back in America at the Princeville Priory at least for the next three years working with the youth....we are so happy to have him.

Was the brother standing up in the first pic of the profession at Ars Brother John Luke?

here are two more from last summer..... :)

Brother Nathan at one of the campfires....
[img]http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w135/lauren_rose_2007/bronathan.jpg[/img]

Brother Peter Francis at our scavenger hunt....
[img]http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w135/lauren_rose_2007/BrPeteFranFran.jpg[/img][/quote]

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Is it me, or is this brother wearing an abercrombie and fitch hat? Bizarre. I do like his chaco's though. :)

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[quote name='EJames' post='1273015' date='May 14 2007, 11:46 AM']'Poor Brothers of The Holy Sacrament'(Franciscans,In full Communion with Rome)
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[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/25376_u1llt/SEMANA_SANTA_260.JPG[/img][/quote]

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Who are these Franciscan sisters? Website?

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[quote name='EJames' post='1292231' date='Jun 10 2007, 08:00 PM']regarding previous post here are direct pics of
[b]The Little poor Brothers (and Sisters) of Jesus and Mary[/b](who follow a Rule of St Francis, without papal interpretations/mitigation, regarding property/money i.e. the non-use and non-touching of monies, as prescribed in the Rule of St. Francis)
they hitchhike and walk everywhere, and spread the Gospel of Christ incarnate ,dead, Resurrected.primarily with green tracts explaining the Good News.in the streets,bars,hiways and biways,homes and Parish missions etc.Though Franciscan they have a great devotion to Our lady of Mt Carmel.[/quote]

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This is great, but what happens when they become old and infirm and can't walk everywhere? Will we see them wheeling each other around in wheelchairs? This is very much a lifestyle for the young... There quotes sound rather hippiesh... Any danger of that with them or are they solid? Then again, Saint Francis sometimes sounds rather hippiesh himself... :lol_roll:

I've never heard of a "mixed" community... what does that mean practically and spiritually?

ps This thread is GREAT!

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[quote name='EJames' post='1292231' date='Jun 10 2007, 08:00 PM']regarding previous post here are direct pics of
[b]The Little poor Brothers (and Sisters) of Jesus and Mary[/b](who follow a Rule of St Francis, without papal interpretations/mitigation, regarding property/money i.e. the non-use and non-touching of monies, as prescribed in the Rule of St. Francis)
they hitchhike and walk everywhere, and spread the Gospel of Christ incarnate ,dead, Resurrected.primarily with green tracts explaining the Good News.in the streets,bars,hiways and biways,homes and Parish missions etc.Though Franciscan they have a great devotion to Our lady of Mt Carmel.[/quote]

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This is great, but what happens when they become old and infirm and can't walk everywhere? Will we see them wheeling each other around in wheelchairs? This is very much a lifestyle for the young... There quotes sound rather hippiesh... Any danger of that with them or are they solid? Then again, Saint Francis sometimes sounds rather hippiesh himself... :lol_roll:

I've never heard of a "mixed" community... what does that mean practically and spiritually?

ps This thread is GREAT!

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[quote name='Veritas' post='1298880' date='Jun 20 2007, 07:41 AM']+

Is it me, or is this brother wearing an abercrombie and fitch hat? Bizarre. I do like his chaco's though. :)[/quote]
i doubt very much he has any idea it is Amercrombie and fitch..its just hat for the sun, given..i didnt know until you said, i also had to look up amercrombie and fitch on Google, after that knowledge, it is odd.....

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[quote name='EJames' post='1299011' date='Jun 20 2007, 02:55 PM']i doubt very much he has any idea it is Amercrombie and fitch..its just hat for the sun, given..i didnt know until you said, i also had to look up amercrombie and fitch on Google, after that knowledge, it is odd.....[/quote]

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It reminds me of being around Piazza di Spagna a couple years ago. I walked into a high-end retail store and they had American music blasting the most awful obsenities, but the store employees and workers didn't know it because they couldn't speak English! I could just say "molto male" and point towards the speakers. lol.

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[quote name='EJames' post='1298813' date='Jun 20 2007, 02:08 AM']Les Petits Frères de la Croix/Little Brothers of the Cross, Canada
[img]http://www.diocesequebec.qc.ca/reportages/069_journee_euch_24-09-2005/images/069_0102_210.JPG[/img][/quote]
He gave the catechises on Corpus Christi. (Corpus Christi Thursday we have a pizza supper for the 'youth' at 5, then a catechises, then Mass at 7:30 at Notre Dame, Eucharistic procession to St. Pat's, and then benediction.)

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[quote name='johnnydigit' post='1299359' date='Jun 21 2007, 01:45 AM']i always wondered what the story was with the old friar bowl-cut hair?[/quote]
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Glory to Jesus Christ!
[b]well , briefly, the 'bowl cut hair' is one form of 'Tonsure' (meaning to shear)
in the early centuries Greek and Roman slaves shaved their heads, as a sign of that possession, and service, later, monks did the same to show being possessed by Christ, and as outcast from and leaving the vane world, a slave to Christ etc. . Thus the earliest Monastic/consecrated tonsure was a completely shaved head...there are various forms of tonsure, the crown one as seen earlier. leaves the circle of hair as a visual reminder(personal and public) of Christs Holy crown of thorns.[/b]St Francis would have had a crown circle tonsure, because he was eventually ordained a Deacon. after some time, in Christian monasticism, only clerics or those studying for the Priesthood, had a crown, while 'lay Monks' just had the head shaved.
THe Celtic tonsure for example, was to be different from other clans haircuts, and showed possession by/to the monastic family, and distance from 'the world' and was thus shaved from forehead to the middle, leaving the back long.
in the Eastern Church, still today, and the Latin Church when there used to be all the steps of dedication through to ordination,until 1965 when it was stopped, because of the 'updating', one could be tonsured(small circle, and cuts of hair..) at baptism, chrismation, upon receiving acolyte, subdeacon,deacon etc etc etc..as a sign of sacrifice, leaving the world, and most importantly Consecration......VERY Catholic, these outward signs and symbols of inward actions/desires.
thankfully, this practice is returning in the Latin Church
lets also not forget St. Paul, shaving his head because of a vow( Nazarite vow?) he had made.
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candidate for Priesthood receiving first clerical Tonsure (snip of hair) Classic Roman Rite
[img]http://www.maternalheart.org/pictures/7-2005-Tonsure/23-TonsureDamonn-1-sc.jpg[/img]
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[img]http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/thumbs/large/88800_kghjg/20041114154830.jpg[/img] Edited by EJames

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[b]Carmelite Friars (O.C.D.)[/b] one of 2 of the more Contemplative Carmelite [u]Friaries[/u] in the world ,both in France, of the Southern Province)
[b]#1 Carmelite Monastery of Broussey[/b] (where they have a large retreat/conference Center for the general Public
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[img]http://v1.carmel.asso.fr/famille/frere/midi/broussey/images/broussey.jpg[/img]
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[b]and the 2nd [/b]Contemplative OCD (Carmelite Friars) place is the
[u]The Holy Desert of Our Lady of Mercy[/u], in the former Carthusian Monastery at ROQUEBRUNE SUR ARGENS,South France
it is run by the Marseilles Province, very beautiful with wonderful hermitages, upo on a mountain, with perminant Carmelite Priest/hermits, who pray the office and Mass together, and thats about it...its also the place where Carmelites from the Province go for desert retreat..
Couvent des Carmes Saint désert Notre-Dame de Pitié
83520 ROQUEBRUNE SUR ARGENS
Tél. 04 94 45 18 18
[img]http://lettre.carmes.free.fr/LettreCarmes/Images/Stdesert1.jpg[/img]
[img]http://v1.carmel.asso.fr/famille/frere/midi/stdesert/images/stdesert01.jpg[/img]
[img]http://v1.carmel.asso.fr/famille/frere/midi/stdesert/images/stdesert8.jpg[/img][img]http://v1.carmel.asso.fr/famille/frere/midi/stdesert/images/stdesert7.jpg[/img]
- Carmes de Toulouse
[img]http://lettre.carmes.free.fr/LettreCarmes/Images/Tlse1.jpg[/img]

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[quote name='Veritas' post='1298887' date='Jun 20 2007, 07:51 AM']+

Who are these Franciscan sisters? Website?[/quote]
[url="http://www.tocadeassis.org.br/index.php?lingua=1&pagina=instituto"]http://www.tocadeassis.org.br/index.php?li...agina=instituto[/url]
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Ale    0
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This is another community of recent formation based in Italy: "[b]Piccola famiglia dell'Annunziata[/b]", founded by don Giuseppe Dossetti,a formerly anti-fascist activist, father of the Italian Costitution and expert invited to the Vatican II council.
Their motherhouse is in the ruins of [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marzabotto_massacre"]Monte Sole[/url] a place fired down by Nazis troups in World war II.

[url="http://lh5.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSammartini/Rmbu5n1QaxI/AAAAAAAAAbo/nQMVZgc07FU/2-Michele%20racconta.JPG?imgmax=512"]http://lh5.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSamma....JPG?imgmax=512[/url]

[url="http://lh4.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSammartini/RmWzXn1QarI/AAAAAAAAAcI/MahWFP4g3V8/8-Giobba%20e%20Sandro%20PICT0030.JPG?imgmax=512"]http://lh4.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSamma....JPG?imgmax=512[/url]

[url="http://lh3.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSammartini/RmbvbH1QayI/AAAAAAAAAbw/XU-C-ikIfjk/3-La%20tomba%20di%20d%20Giuseppe%20PICT0024.JPG?imgmax=512"]http://lh3.google.it/image/ParrocchiaSamma....JPG?imgmax=512[/url]

It has a masculine and a feminine branch and both share the aim to live in "silence, prayer, work and poverty".
They don't have a website but there are some address and telephone references:

Masculine Branch:
1) Casaglia di Caprara - Via Casaglia, 7 - 40043 Marzabotto (BO) - Tel. (039)051.677.53.03

2) Monteveglio - Via Sassuolo, 2 - 40050 Monteveglio (BO) - Tel. (039)051.670.10.26

Feminine Branch:
1) Casaglia di Caprara - Via Casaglia, 5 - 40043 Marzabotto (BO) - Tel. (039)051.677.54.10

2) Monteveglio - Via Castello Oliveto, 47 - 40050 Monteveglio (BO) - Tel. (039)051.670.10.28

[size=1]Note: I put 039 in phone numbers between parenthesis because it is the code necessary for calling in Italy pby foreign users, if you are in Italy, you don't have to do this.[/size]

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EJames    0
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[quote name='Ale' post='1300114' date='Jun 23 2007, 01:46 AM']This is another community of recent formation based in Italy: "[b]Piccola famiglia dell'Annunziata[/b]", founded by don Giuseppe
Masculine Branch:
1) Casaglia di Caprara - Via Casaglia, 7 - 40043 Marzabotto (BO) - Tel. (039)051.677.53.03[/quote]
Thank-you ,Ale ,for your contributions, nice to have an Italian connection, is the Community you mention (Piccola famiglia dell'Annunziata) 'Franciscan' in base and Charism? would they understand English if someone wrote to them?
thanks
Pace!
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Monks of The Cistercian Abbey of Lerins(France)
video
[url="http://www.godtube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=321cd2fe89dd85b9beb5"]http://www.godtube.com/view_video.php?view...2fe89dd85b9beb5[/url]

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a slideshow of Camaldolse Monks ([u]not[/u] Benedictine like Big-Sur, but of the Mt Corona Congregation),just click the little plus sign on the bottom right of photos, as they come.( i never do understand why people dont use religious/sacred music for Monastic slideshows..seemz to be always the case,..,...anyhoo)
pax!
[url="http://camaldolese.org/hfhermitage.php"]http://camaldolese.org/hfhermitage.php[/url] Edited by EJames

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