In the year 1098 – in which the first Crusade conquered Antioch and was heading toward Jerusalem, to capture it on July 15 next year – the abbot of the Benedictine monastery in Molesme, discouraged by shape life in his own order, left to start a new congregation.
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I recently listened to Rupert Sheldrake talk with the Anglican Bishop of California. One is quite “unusual” scientist. The second quite remarkable, considering the polish conditions, priest.
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