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Monastic chapters in episcopal churches were almost unknown out of England.
During this same century the monastic life made its appearance in Gaul.
Passing over the monastic claims advanced for some ruins in the southern mountains, those of Plahosan cannot be ignored.
He is reconciled at last to his son (whom for a long time he refused to see); although not, I believe, to his monastic profession.
Appointed Abbot of Glastonbury in 945, he began to reform the monastic life by restoring the early purity and simplicity.
Undermining of the monastic state and ruin of good monasteries.
The ascetic and monastic life practiced by some Christians of the present day, is of great antiquity.
They were regarded as belonging to the ranks of the mendicant friars and not to the monastic Order.
In place of the monastic judicature a jury of six bachelors and six maidens appear in the 16th century.
The monastic idea originated in the Orient, where Nature placed no special penalty on idleness.
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