The Saga of Citeaux, American Epoch: Burnt Out Incense PDF


The Saga of Citeaux, American Epoch: Burnt Out Incense ➭ [Ebook] ➨ The Saga of Citeaux, American Epoch: Burnt Out Incense By M. Raymond ➹ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Anyone interested in Cistercian monks and how they came to our country over years ago from France will enjoy this book It tells of the dreams, setbacks and dangers they faced on their journey to esta Anyone interested of Citeaux, PDF/EPUB é in Cistercian monks and how they came to our country overyears ago from France will enjoy this book It tells of the dreams, setbacks and The Saga Kindle - dangers they faced on their journey to establish the Cistercian Abbey of Gethsemani in Kentucky, chronicling the history, both physical and spiritualA listing of the deceased monks, to Saga of Citeaux, PDF Ì , at Gethsemani, of approxpages is included in the back Fr Raymond calls them Gethsemani s Gold Stars.

  • Hardcover
  • 457 pages
  • The Saga of Citeaux, American Epoch: Burnt Out Incense
  • M. Raymond
  • English
  • 01 September 2019
  • 0819811173

About the Author: M. Raymond

Fr Mary of Citeaux, PDF/EPUB é Raymond Flanagan, OCSOBorn Joseph David Flanagan in , he grew up in Massachusetts He joined the Jesuits in , teaching at Holy Cross College from The Saga Kindle - to and later serving as retreat master In , he joined the Order of the Cistercians of the Strict Observance Trappists at the cloister of the Saga of Citeaux, PDF Ì Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemane in Kentucky where he received the name he is most know by today, Fr Mary Raymond He wrote twenty two books as a Trappist, many dealing with the subject of how the laity could achieve sanctity.



10 thoughts on “The Saga of Citeaux, American Epoch: Burnt Out Incense

  1. Amy Gieser Amy Gieser says:

    Another good book on the monks in America But the series doesn t truly end here Now go read The Less Traveled Road which is a whole biography of the last abbot Frederic Dunne.

  2. Agustin Estrada Agustin Estrada says:

    The history of the abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemane is very interesting, but the book is quite slow in many moments The narrative focuses on the arrival of the monks in America, and the government of the first five abbots He speaks little of the customs of La Trapa and much about the problems they had to face upon their arrival in the United States Unless someone has a deep interest in the history of the Cistercian monasteries, it is not a book that I recommend AE

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