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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Video: Monastery of Saint Benedict in Nursia
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The Monastery of Saint Benedict in Nursia, dedicated mostly to the Traditional Latin Mass and exclusively to the Traditional Benedictine Divine Office, has produced a special 40-minute documentary about their inspiring life seeking Almighty God in the birthplace of Saint Benedict and Saint Scholastica. The above is the trailer version.

In the Jubilee year 2000 the monks of Norcia breathed new life into the birthplace of St Benedict. Armed with only their faith and zeal they founded a monastic community which has been attracting men from all over the world to follow St. Benedict's ancient Rule. Many of their friends have long wanted an insight into the inner workings of their life and so they have produced this high quality up to date film which shows the monks as they go through the daily ora et labora. The title of the film, "Quaerere Deum", means to Seek God. This is the true calling of all monks, the first and most essential quality of an authentic monastic vocation, as laid out in the Rule of our Holy Father St. Benedict.

For information, please contact:

Monastary of San Benedetto
monastero@osbnorcia.org

1 comments:

del_button March 22, 2012 at 5:35 AM
st victor said...

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FOR WHAT I KNOW CAN ONLY BE DENY AS AN APOSTOLIC CHURCH BY THOSE WHO LACK THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CHRISTIANITY CATHOLICS ALL AROUND THE WORLD ARE TO ENLIGHTEN THEMSELVES BY THE TEACHING AND DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH SO AS TO FACE THE ATTACKS FROM OUTSIDE THE FATHERS OF OLD HAS THAN THEIR BEST LEFT TO US TO DO OURS SAINTS BENEDICT AND SCHOLASTICA MY PATRON SAINTS HAVE THAN THEIRS LET US JOIN HANDS TOGETHER AND FIGHT HOLY AND JUST FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH AND CHRISTIANITY.

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