La Trappe


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La Trappe:

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popular name for an order of Roman Catholic monks, officially (since 1892) the Reformed Cistercians or Cistercians of the Stricter Observance. They perpetuate the reform begun at La Trappe, Orne dept., France, by Armand de Rancé (c.1660).
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His latest book, which includes a study of the library of the Cistercian abbey of La Trappe and the role in its development of its great reforming abbot, Armand-Jean de Rance, moves into the terrain of post-medieval French monastic history.
Representatives from Du Bocq Brewery (Purnode, Belgium), Dupont Brewery (Tourpes, Belgium), and La Trappe Brewery (Tilburg, Netherlands) were on hand for a presentation of each brewery's history, culture, and technical aspects--as well as a guided beer tasting.
* Brouwerij Westmalle (Abbey of Our Lady of la Trappe of the Sacred Heart)
As Conley points out, Port-Royal was originally a Cistercian convent; it would be interesting to compare its reform with the reform that began in the 1660s at la Trappe, a Cistercian monastery of men.
Resultat, un premier acte rapidement plie 6/2, et la nette sensation que la protegee d'Heinz Gunthardt allait passer a la trappe.
The restaurant also stocks the La Trappe Dubbel, an ale from a Trappist abbey in Noorde, The Netherlands.
En general, ces realisations documentaires passent a la trappe dans l'historiographie du cinema suisse, qui tend a privilegier le modele dominant et legitime du film de fiction.
The focus could be on a given country, as with the Belgian emphasis at places such as La Trappe Cafe in San Francisco, Brouwer's Cafe in Seattle and Eulogy Belgian Tavern in Philadelphia, or even on a certain style, as witnessed at New York City's Stout, where the emphasis, not surprisingly, is on stout.