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Monastic life, like all religious life, is above all a historical response and not a prefabricated model. The Spirit is constant and changing at once, like life, like history, and we must let it change us for this era. We ought not confuse stability with the rigidity of cadavers.
--Simon Pedro Arnold, OSB

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Highlights from the Fall/Winter 2005 Bulletin

Article: That the Word May Become Flesh, Again

"... people in the West have assumed that what characterizes us as human is our ability to reason in a detached manner..." (more)

Chronicle: Life Together in One Heart

"At the beginning of July, the entire community spent a day at the diocesan center with Bishop Kenneth Angell, bishop of Burlington, and... " (more)

Article: A Beginning, Yet a Fullness

"Simple vows. Yes, but when I think about the experience of that day, the day of my first monastic profession at Weston... " (more)

Article: Learning the Art of Dialogue

"If our Church is to be, indeed, "catholic," then we all, hierarchy and lower-archy, have to have the courage to leave our secure perches ..." (more)

Article: Small Is the Bee…"

"To our delight, throughout the summer we could hear and see the bees busily working the apple blossoms and finding their way... " (more)


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