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Traditional Redemptoristine Nuns In Campos...

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The Apostolic Adminitration of Campos in Brazil has the only Redemptristine Monastery in the world
that still uses their traditional habit & follows the Original Rule. Holy Mass & the Divine Office are
according to the 1962 Rubrics of Ven. John XXIII. Although almost all their prayers are in Latin, the
one drawback is that they understand & speak only Portuguese (Brazilian). Their address is:
Monjas Redentoristas
Mosteiro da Santa Face & do Purissimo e Doloroso Coracao de Maria
Rua Armando Marques, s/n
28400-000 Sao Fidelis - RJ BRAZIL

email: madresredentoristas@yahoo.com.br
I will try to find their website

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[quote name='HolyHearts' post='1520372' date='May 6 2008, 12:17 PM']The Apostolic Adminitration of Campos in Brazil has the only Redemptristine Monastery in the world
that still uses their traditional habit & follows the Original Rule. Holy Mass & the Divine Office are
according to the 1962 Rubrics of Ven. John XXIII. Although almost all their prayers are in Latin, the
one drawback is that they understand & speak only Portuguese (Brazilian). Their address is:
Monjas Redentoristas
Mosteiro da Santa Face & do Purissimo e Doloroso Coracao de Maria
Rua Armando Marques, s/n
28400-000 Sao Fidelis - RJ BRAZIL

email: madresredentoristas@yahoo.com.br
I will try to find their website[/quote]

Wow, thanks for that info. Yeah, I know, Campos is amazing. They really went through the mill to keep their faith. I am glad they have a reformed monastery of Redemtoristines. I grew up near a very "relaxed" one where God was frequently preached as God, our Mother. Illicit breviarys that contained inclusive language were used. So, this is good news.

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Their dark red tunics are floor-lenght; they use a royal blue scapular; the wimple,
collar & underveil are white and the over veil black. Their is an image of the Most
Holy redeemer on the scapular. A royal blue cappa is used on special occasions.
The externs use the same habit except that it is black & white. The Australian
Redemptristine Nuns have an excellent website that explains the Redemptristine
vocation. Australia, however, follows the up-dated Rule & has slightly modified
their headpiece.

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This is really good to know. Thanks for posting. Do they have a website?

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As someone who has worked with the Redemptorists in the past I felt I could help you guys with a website: [url="http://www.rc.net/australia/redemptoristines/"]http://www.rc.net/australia/redemptoristines/[/url] and please get the word out about our new blog (St. Vincent Archabbey) [url="http://www.svamonks.blogspot.com"]www.svamonks.blogspot.com[/url] Edited by brgabeosb

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[quote name='brgabeosb' post='1521333' date='May 7 2008, 12:51 PM']As someone who has worked with the Redemptorists in the past I felt I could help you guys with a website: [url="http://www.rc.net/australia/redemptoristines/"]http://www.rc.net/australia/redemptoristines/[/url] and please get the word out about our new blog (St. Vincent Archabbey) [url="http://www.svamonks.blogspot.com"]www.svamonks.blogspot.com[/url][/quote]


Thanks for the links.

Do the Redemptorists spoken of in Brazil have a website?

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So glad you posted the Australian Redemptoristines, I was just about to do so.

(that site awakes my thirst for retreat, goodness I'd like to take one soon, " as a deer longs for running streams...." sorry off topic)

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Traditional Redemptoristine Nuns

[url="http://www.redemptoristines.blogspot.com/"]http://www.redemptoristines.blogspot.com/[/url]

[url="http://papastronsay.blogspot.com/2010/07/traditional-redemptoristine-nuns-holy.html"]http://papastronsay.blogspot.com/2010/07/traditional-redemptoristine-nuns-holy.html[/url]

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Here is a website about the redemptoristine nuns in Australia. Probably easier for English speakers.
[url="http://cloisters.tripod.com/au_ossr_bolwarra/"]http://cloisters.tripod.com/au_ossr_bolwarra/[/url]
They are quite traditional too. :blush:

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Traditional in some practices yes, but with the new customs (or lack of), a modified habit and and the totally revised constitutions...

[quote name='Studiumecclesiae' timestamp='1298062559' post='2213666']
Here is a website about the redemptoristine nuns in Australia. Probably easier for English speakers.
[url="http://cloisters.tripod.com/au_ossr_bolwarra/"]http://cloisters.tri..._ossr_bolwarra/[/url]
They are quite traditional too. :blush:
[/quote] Edited by reminiscere

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I think this has to be clarified: Monastery of the Most Holy Redeemer is in now way connected to the Cloister Outreach nor is it one of their foundations. Edited by tnavarro61

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What colorful habits!!!

And I thought the Holy Spirit Adoration sisters (pink nuns) were colorful!

[quote name='tnavarro61' timestamp='1298066325' post='2213682']
I think this has to be clarified: Monastery of the Most Holy Redeemer is in now way connected to the Cloister Outreach nor is it one of their foundations.
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