He studied in England at the Oblate noviciate
in Sicklinghall, near Leeds.
But the amateur inventor was equally attracted by religion and joined the Christian Brothers as a noviciate
and taught in Limerick.
Marie Thompson interviewed noviciate
turned musical performer, John Allan Cameron: "when I was growing up, the most important people in the community were the fiddler and the priest" (M.
For those who thought monastery documentary Into Great Silence was too frivolous, here's an Italian oddity about a man who, having lost touch with himself and life, enters a Jesuit noviciate
in Venice to become "a person" again.
Upon graduating as primus in 1572, Lenaert dazzled the hopes of his family and friends for a second time by entering into the freshly grounded and still highly controversial Jesuit order that sent him to Sint-Omaars (Saint-Omer) for two years of noviciate
About 85 prisoners are held there in what was a noviciate
for the White Fathers missionary congregation until 1972.
For example, Fontevrault's noviciate
and infirmary of St.
It astonished, the way the perfect laws of physics surprise their awesome efficacy on the noviciate
sensibilities of all cosmic inconsequentials such as we.