Thursday, April 10, 2008

Abbaye Notre Dame de Fontgombault

Motherhouse of Clear Creek monastery, Our Lady of the Annunciation. (Fr. Neuhaus writes about his visit to Clear Creek.)

It has no website, unlike Le Barroux. Some information pages:
Abbaye Notre Dame de Fontgombault
L'Abbaye Notre Dame de fontgombault

CD Universe has some of their cds.

Via the Hermeneutic of Continuity, Vocation-Station: Abbaye Notre Dame de Fontgombault, which has a promo video for a new DVD on the abbey.

Another shorter video (another excerpt, I believe): Abbaye Notre Dame de Fontgombault - Video - Catholic Online (alt)

originally started: 2/13/07, 5:40 PM

Related Links:
Congregation of Solesmes (from the website for SAINT BENEDICT ABBEY)
The Order of Saint Benedict (OSB). Index. Information about ...
Oblates of the Order of Saint Benedict. Index OSB.

More on Clear Creek--
on raising sheep @ Clear Creek: Faithful Shepherds Share Flock Wisdom by Tim King from the March ...
Echoes of Creation -- blogger whose interest includes Clear Creek
Tulsa World: A vision appearing
Blog by-the-Sea: Solesmes in America
Notes of a Thirsty Scribe: visiting Clear Creek monastery
Standing on My Head: Clear Creek Monastery
The Curt Jester: Clear Creek Monastery
Thomas Gordon Smith Architects
Andrew Cusack: A Monastery Rises in Oklahoma
Our Lady of Clear Creek

Ordinations Sacerdotale de prêtres de la Fraternité Saint Vincent Ferrier et de l'Institut de la Sainte Croix de Riaumont conférées par Mgr Wolfgang Haas
le 29 juin 2006 à Fontgombault

FSSP retreat in France

abbaye notre dame de sénanque


OSB. The Medal of Saint Benedict, description, history and effects
Patterson: The Medal of Benedict (frames)
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Medal of Saint Benedict
The Jubilee Medal of St. Benedict

Benedictine College-Catholic College,Liberal Arts College ...
Order of Saint Benedict (OSB) Website Store
One Monk of the Order of Saint Benedict
The Subiaco Congregation of the Order of St. Benedict
St. Benedict Abbey - Still River, Massachusetts
Saint Meinrad :: Monastery

International Cistercian site (strict observance)
International Cistercian site (common observance)

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ecclesiastical Abbreviations

What is the origin of parole and palabra? Cognates with parler and hablar? = 'what is spoken'? What explains the disappearance of cognates of verbum from French and Spanish?

According to the American Heritage Dictionary:
French, promise, word, from Vulgar Latin *paraula, from Latin parabola, discourse. See parable.

From the entry for parable:
Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin parabola, from Greek parabol, from paraballein, to compare : para-, beside; see para–1 + ballein, to throw; see gwel- in Appendix I.

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