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English-speaking trad monasteries? - richness of tradition - 01-01-2010


Outside of the U.S.?

I know of Papa Stronsay and St. Michaels Abbey in Britain.  Anyone know of others?




Re: English-speaking trad monasteries? - Gman - 01-01-2010

Pretty sure these guys are trad

http://osbnorcia.org/




Re: English-speaking trad monasteries? - BrevisVir55 - 01-01-2010

(01-01-2010, 04:18 PM)Gman Wrote: Pretty sure these guys are trad

http://osbnorcia.org/

They have the NO but my old spiritual director who stayed with them for a few days while on a pilgrimage said it was done in the most reverent manner he had ever seen. "ad orientem, Latin" etc
How it should have been done from the beginning.
They say the TLM as well if I am not mistaken.


Re: English-speaking trad monasteries? - glgas - 01-01-2010

The Conventual Mass of the monks is offered in the extraordinary form at
10:00 AM every day, including Sunday.
The Basilica Mass is offered in the ordinary form at 12:00 PM every Sunday
and some solemnities.

http://osbnorcia.org/?page_id=662

Very impressive organization, here is how the monastery was established

http://osbnorcia.org/?page_id=40



Re: English-speaking trad monasteries? - Joshua - 01-01-2010

Here are a few more:

Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Wyoming)

http://www.carmelitemonks.org/

Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery (New Mexico)

http://www.sspx.org/Vocations/benedictines_in_the_usa.htm

Clear Creek Benedictine Monastery (Oklahoma)

http://www.clearcreekmonks.org/

In Corde Regis,
Joshua