Trappist


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Trappist

a. a member of a branch of the Cistercian order of Christian monks, the Reformed Cistercians of the Strict Observance which originated at La Trappe in France in 1664. They are noted for their rule of silence
b. (as modifier): a Trappist monk
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There are three key rules: A trappist beer must be brewed within the walls of the ministry.
The Trappist monks make two other kinds of beer: Westvleteren blond beer and Westvleteren 8.
The two men also had strikingly different responses to the Trappist way of life, according to Green.
Father Kao then served in Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, before he joined the Hong Kong Trappist community in 1972.
Trappist monks north of Montreal originally made the cheese, which has actually been around for 110 years.
95) made by Trappist monks is a shareable recommendation, as is California's own Sierra Nevada ($4.
Trappist Caskets are also suitable as low coffee tables until the time comes for their final use.
Today Trappist breweries are being reestablished for one undeniable reason: Like the rest of us, the brothers must earn a living.
As a result he gives us a fuller account of de Foucauld's life as a Trappist and the subsequent evolution of his thinking about a new form of religious life which he envisioned for those who might follow his example.
Merton entered the Trappist monastery of Gethsemani in Kentucky in 1941.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey contemplates the world from a wooded slope in Yamhill County, Oregon.
In 1941 Merton entered the strict Cistercian monastery at Gethsemani, in Kentucky, as a Trappist novice.