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Who are these Franciscan sisters? Website?[/quote]
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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.

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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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[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?
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Pace!
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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]

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[quote name='EJames' post='1300158' date='Jun 23 2007, 06:18 PM']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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No, it's uncorrect saying that they have a franciscan spirituality, because they live in poverty and joy but following the teachings of their founder don Giuseppe Dossetti.
He was a man truly involved in this time (first part of XX century), being an opposer of Mussolini dictature, taking part at the vatican conuncil II and in the first yers of the renewed italian political life,; but he left all of those thing to live like a "monk" founding this community.
Actually the "piccola famiglia" is formed by the two branches of consacrated communities (masculine and feminine) and an association of lay families living in the nearbies of their monasteries.
For the question of the language: I think that they can respond if you wrote to the addresses I previously wrote, because in Italy speaking English is very common for those who have an high-school degree and I hope that someone in the community has got it.

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These are two member of the Teutonic Order.
The ancient medioeval order has been refounded in 1929 as a priestly congregation linked with a feminine congregation.
The headquarters of the orders ar in Wien near the Stephansdom and they have houses in Austria, Germany, Italy, czech republic where they work in parishes, hospitals and schools.
The general superior of the order manteins the anciet title of Great Master.
At now the Great master of the teutonic order is an Italian priest, Bruno Platter.
On the internet I've found only this[b] [url="http://www.deutscher-orden.de/"]website[/url] [/b] but it's in German language. :wacko:

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:smokey: Yes,the Teutonic order doesn't have any houses in english speaking countries,though who knows they may some day.
They were in the middle ages not only in Germany and the Holy land,but up into the baltic region as well.They had houses in Latvia I know.The Livonian Knights of the Sword were later absorbed by the teutonic Knights.Some relatives of my grandmother,the vonLilienschilds,belonged to them according to german documents.

The Heralds of the Good News founded by two spaniards,wear a habit similar to that worn by heralds during the middle ages.
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Carmelite Father Casimir Borcz celebrates a Latin Tridentine Mass at
the Carmelite Monastery in Munster, Indiana
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[url="http://www.carmelitefathers.com/index.html"]http://www.carmelitefathers.com/index.html[/url]
The monastery, now led by a new prior, the Rev. Jacek Palica, also celebrates Novus Ordo Masses in English and Polish every Sunday.

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Dominican Friars at Oxford, England
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Inclinatio, at compline,1948, during the confeteor, nowadays
usually only done by traditional Benedictines but standing with full inclination.

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[quote name='EJames' post='1305930' date='Jun 29 2007, 07:34 PM']Dominican Friars at Oxford, England
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I'm not sure, but I think the one to the left is Paul Lew (can't remember his name in religion). I don't know him, but he has a blog.

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Discipulos de Jesus de San Juan Bautista /Disciples of St John the Baptist.based in Argentina? thees from Chile,..looks great, lots of great things i see coming out of South America..not sure if they are in N/America or Europe?
i find their habits magnificent
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and
[url="http://casasanjuanbautista.blogspot.com/"]http://casasanjuanbautista.blogspot.com/[/url]
hat tip to:cmariadiaz
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[b]The Fraternity of Tiberiade/[/b]Belgium(french) and in Lithuania and Philippines(english)
bits in english [url="http://www.tiberiade.be/"]http://www.tiberiade.be/[/url]
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[img]http://www.katholieknederland.nl/images/collage(4).jpg[/img][img]http://www.tiberiade.be/images/site/GSD1.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.tiberiade.be/images/site/FP4.jpg[/img][img]http://www.tiberiade.lt/images/Broliai%20Lietuvoje.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.tiberiade.be/images/site/LIT/LIT8.jpg[/img][img]http://www.tiberiade.be/images/site/LIT/LIT7.jpg[/img]
they have sisters too...

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[quote name='EJames' post='1305958' date='Jun 29 2007, 09:13 PM']Discipulos de Jesus de San Juan Bautista /Disciples of St John the Baptist.based in Argentina? thees from Chile,..looks great, lots of great things i see coming out of South America..not sure if they are in N/America or Europe?
i find their habits magnificent[/quote]

(oops my bad -- read the question wrong).

They're currently in Chile, Mexico, Argentina and I think Peru. Not yet in the US.

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