A Benedictine monk at the Barroux Abbey’s Via Caritatis winery. / Courtesy of Barroux Abbey.
Rome Newsroom, Jun 5, 2021 / 03:00 am (CNA).
The Benedictine monks and nuns who tend to the first papal vineyard in France have launched an appeal to se… […]
Washington D.C., Apr 6, 2021 / 12:00 pm (CNA).- A recent series of shootings at a Benedictine abbey in Missouri is only the latest manifestation of ongoing violence and harassment against the nuns there, the […]
Death generally makes for unsettling reading. Unless, of course, we’re talking about true crime fanatics or mystery lovers. Those people can’t get enough of it. But death, especially our own—The Big One, the thing none […]
Fr. Benedict Croell, O.P., and Fr. Andrew Hofer, O.P., are co-authors of A Living Sacrifice: Guidance for Men Discerning Religious Life, recently published by Vianney Vocations. Fr. Croell served as novice master for four years […]
“The Church became for me an inspirer of remembrance.” — Dom Erik Varden, OCSO The inferno at Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris left behind more than smoke-damaged stained glass and charred eight-hundred-year-old oak beams. Lingering after the […]
R. Jared Staudt is Director of Formation for the Archdiocese of Denver and teaches at the Augustine Institute. He holds a PhD in systematic theology from Ave Maria University, is a Benedictine oblate, and has […]
“Are not monasteries founded by other monasteries, with a certain number of monks?” This question arose several times when, in 2011, at the behest of the diocesan bishop, two of us began living the monastic […]