Übersetzung für 'Trappists' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a Trappist | Trappists
Trappists <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Trappisten {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'Trappists' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Trappists <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Trappisten {pl}relig.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Other orders that are essentially cenobitical, notably the Trappists, maintain a tradition under which individual monks or nuns who have reached a certain level of maturity within the community may pursue a hermit lifestyle on monastery grounds under the supervision of the abbot or abbess.
  • In 1998 with the support from the trappists from Westmalle and Rochefort brewing started again.
  • The Benedictines and their offshoots (Cistercians and Trappists among them), the Premonstratensians, and the military orders distinguish between conventual and simple or obedientiary priories.
  • OCSO is the abbreviation for the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (a.k.a. 'Trappists'), a French religious order.
  • In 1957, he joined the trappists and entered the Abbey of the Notre-Dame de Timadeuc.

  • Duchesne had issues with the schools run by the Trappists in the province.
  • The monastery San Vito was an Italian cloister of trappists in Piossasco near Turin from 1875 to 1898.
  • But credit is given to Trappists for founding the town, an exceptional case in Quebec.
  • Some Christian monks, such as the Trappists, have adopted a vegetarian policy of abstinence from eating meat.
  • 1956 Don Sortais, the General of the Trappists of Tre Fontane, Rome, welcomed the Little Sisters to build what would become their Generalate. Seminarians from the Roman Colleges helped with the work.

  • There is a small chapel in the settlement. It is dedicated to John the Baptist and was built in 1862 by the local Trappists on their land.
  • The Cistercian order itself dates back to the 12th century and the Trappists to the mid-17th century.
  • Armand Jean le Bouthillier de Rancé (9 January 1626, Paris [...] 27 October 1700, Soligny-la-Trappe) was an abbot of La Trappe Abbey and the founder of the Trappists.
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