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etext History of Monastic Spirituality
This work, by Luc Bresard, of the abbey of Citeaux, covers the years c.200-c.700.
http://www.scourmont.be/studium/bresard/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Spirituality
•  Online Book
ejournal American Monastic Newsletter
Published under the auspices of the American Benedictine Academy.
http://www.osb.org/aba/news/index.html
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Raven's Bread: Food for Those in Solitude
"Raven's Bread, Food for Those in Solitude is a newsletter designed to meet the needs of hermits, especially their desire to connect with others who share their values. Simply knowing that others are 'out there' provides heart-warming assurance that they are not alone in their life-choice. We offer the option of connection without joining; of companionship without intrusion; of guidance without judgment."
http://www.ravensbreadministries.com/
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web Internet Theology Resources: Monastic Studies
A guide to Internet resources, organized under these headings: Monastic History I (Pre-Benedict); Monastic History II (Benedict to the Reformation); Rule of Benedict; Comprehensive Examination Reading List; Other related links. Maintained by Elizabeth T. Knuth at the College of St. Benedict.
http://www.users.csbsju.edu/~eknuth/itr/monastic/index.html
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Religion -- Internet guides
web Monastery of Christ in the Desert
The home page of a Roman Catholic monastery in New Mexico.
http://www.christdesert.org/pax.html
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web St. Gregory's Abbey
This is the web site of a monastery of Episcopalian Benedictine monks.
http://saintgregorysthreerivers.org/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
biblio Rule of Benedict: Bibliographic Index
Maintained by the Order of St. Benedict.
http://www.osb.org/rb/bibndx.html
•  Benedict, St., 480-543
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious
"The Council seeks: to establish collaboration among major superiors who desire it, to serve as a channel of communication among major superiors, to provide a forum for participation, dialogue, and education on the patrimony of the Church’s teaching on religious life, to promote unity among major superiors, thus testifying to their union with the Magisterium and their love for Christ’s Vicar on earth, and, to coordinate active cooperation with the USCCB."
http://www.cmswr.org/
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Women -- Religious aspects
web Leadership Conference of Women Religious
"The Leadership Conference of Women Religious is an association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States. The conference has more than 1500 members, who represent more than 80 percent of the 57,000 women religious in the United States. Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to collaboratively carry out their service of leadership to further the mission of the Gospel in today’s world."
http://www.lcwr.org/
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Women -- Religious aspects
web Mepkin Abbey
The home page of a Trappist Monastery in South Carolina. This is a well designed site which serves as an excellent introduction to monasticism.
http://www.mepkinabbey.org/
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
top site web Order of Saint Benedict
This well organized site provides a wealth of information about monasticism and spirituality in the Catholic tradition.
http://www.osb.org/
•  Benedict, St., 480-543
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Spirituality
web Online Guide to Saint Benedict
This site offers general information about Benedict, his rule and order, and Roman Catholicism.
http://www.e-benedictine.com/
•  Benedict, St., 480-543
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Society of St. Francis - American Province
"The Society of St. Francis is a world-wide Franciscan community within the Anglican Communion. The Province of the Americas is part of the Episcopal Church. It is a society of men who live under vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. In addition to the work of prayer, most of the Brothers are engaged in work outside the friary."
http://www.s-s-f.org/
•  Francis, of Assisi, St., 1181-1226
•  Monasticism and religious orders
biblio Historical Bibliography of the Augustinian Order
"This website contains a unique bibliography on the history of the order of St. Augustine (over 13 000 references) subdivided by General History, Local History, Personal History, Augustinian Sisters, Hagiography - Iconography."
http://www.findingaugustinians.org/en.aspx
•  Catholic Church
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Religion -- Indexes
web Conventual Fransciscans
"Our Order is spread throughout the world, structured into various Provinces (geographical regions), and includes about 5000 priests and brothers who are all commonly called Friars. There are five provinces in North America, and a jurisdiction in the UK and Ireland. Depending on climate and jurisdiction, we wear a black or gray habit with a simple three-knotted cord representing our Vows of Poverty, Chastity and Obedience. This is different from the brown garment typically worn by other Franciscan communities."
http://www.franciscans.org/
•  Francis, of Assisi, St., 1181-1226
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Order of Friars Minor
This site offers information on one of the main Franciscan orders within the Catholic Church.
http://www.ofm.org/
•  Francis, of Assisi, St., 1181-1226
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Capuchin Friars
This site offers information on one of the main Franciscan orders within the Catholic Church.
http://www.capuchin.com/
•  Francis, of Assisi, St., 1181-1226
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Sisters of Life
"The Sisters of Life is a contemplative/active religious community dedicated to protecting and advancing a sense of the sacredness of all human life — beginning with the infant in the womb and extending to all those vulnerable to the threat of euthanasia."
http://sistersoflife.org/
•  Abortion -- Religious and moral aspects
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Women -- Religious aspects
web Holy Cross Monastery
This is the web site of a monastery in New York state, in the Anglican / Episcopal tradition.
http://www.holycrossmonastery.com/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web New Monasticism
This site outlines a vision for how contemporary Christians can reclaim ancient practices of spirituality and community life.
http://www.newmonasticism.org/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Historyfish Monastic Pages
Here you will find "links to maps of medieval monasteries in England, monastery groundplans, images of traditional, historical costume for monks and nuns, and short 'what is?' and 'what are?' links to chapters and short articles for general information."
http://www.historyfish.net/monastics/monastics.html
•  Monasticism and religious orders
etext English Monastic Life
An online version of a book by Abbot Gasquet, published in 1904.
http://www.historyfish.net/monastics/monasticlife.html
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  United Kingdom -- Religion
•  Online Book
web St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery
This site offers information about the monastery, which is located in Arizona.
http://www.stanthonysmonastery.org/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Orthodox Eastern Church
top site web St. Benedict and His Order
Essays from the Christ Desert Monastery in New Mexico.
http://christdesert.org/Saint_Benedict/index.html
•  Benedict, St., 480-543
•  Monasticism and religious orders
web Paths of Love
"This website is dedicated to information and discussion about vocation to states of life in the Catholic tradition, drawing upon the Fathers of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Francis de Sales, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, and the popes, particularly Pope John Paul II." Maintained by Fr. Joseph Bolin.
http://www.pathsoflove.com/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
•  Spirituality
syllab "Monasticism and the Arts"
A course by James D'Emilio at the University of South Florida.
http://luna.cas.usf.edu/~demilio/4930syll.htm
•  Monasticism and religious orders
syllab "Medieval Monasticism"
A 2009 course by Marc Saurette at Carleton University.
http://http-server.carleton.ca/~saurette/Marc_Saurette/Undergraduate_Teaching_files/Medieval%20Monasticism%20Syllabus%202009.pdf
•  Monasticism and religious orders
syllab "Medieval Monasticism"
A 2011 course by Alison Beach at Ohio State University.
http://www.djaeger.org/abeach/teaching/
•  Monasticism and religious orders
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