10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REFECTORIAN»
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The Wooden Bicycle and Other Stories
He learned he was the refectorian. “Can you stand up for prayers, please?”
Everyone rose and refectorian prayed. As soon as prayer was over, everyone sat
down and immediately started eating. Gregory reminded the new students at his
In preparation foranymeal, the refectorian hadto superintend the spreading of the
tablecloths;tosetthesalt and seethat itwas dry; tosee thatin theplace of each monk
wasset the usual loaf, that no woodash fromthe oven was on the underside of ...
After prayers,you may start eating your food unless the Refectorian feels
otherwise.However, the maximumtime allowed for eating whatever food served
isten minutes. You are therefore advised to be agile and fast to finish eating
within the ...
Canute's Tower: St. Beuno's 1848-1989
He was ill during the year 1893-94 and on his recovery was made assistant
infirmarian, and after that refectorian until 1909. In that year he was transferred to
Stonyhurst where he was again an infirmarian, dying there in 1938. Lithographer
Lordship and Medieval Urbanisation: Coventry, 1043-1355
21 At this date too, all the offices were held by three obedientiaries and the prior:
Thomas Knyghton was almoner, pittancer, refectorian and hospitaller; Robert
Combe combined the offices of cellarer and steward; John Deyn was sacrist; and
The Dominican Friars in Southern Africa: A Social History, ...
For choir: 7 minutes - 9 strokes 2 minutes - about '/< minute on time- about 5
seconds The O Sacrum to begin at once after the last signal, ii. For Refectory: 5
minutes - 5 strokes (To be rung by the Refectorian, except when Compline
A Wild Country Out in the Garden: The Spiritual Journals of ...
The Sister refectorian came to give me my breakfast; it struck her that a piece of
bread she had left over from another day would be better, and she took away the
portion I had been given. She did this for the good, with good intention, but the ...
María de San José (madre), Kathleen Ann Myers, Amanda Powell, 1999
In some monasteries there is a special rite ceremony called the ”Lifting of the
Panagia” which takes place in the trapeza (refectory). After the dismissal of the
Liturgy, a triangular portion is cut from the prosphoron by the refectorian (monk in
Edith Stein the Life of a Philosopher and Carmelite
|G 5| A large part of the refectorian's duties was to keep the room where the nuns
took their meals clean and the tables set with all the necessary dishes and
utensils. Preparing for meals and cleaning up after them kept a refectorian very
Teresia Renata Posselt OCD, Suzanne M. Batzdorff, Josephine Koeppel OCD, 2012
Eat, Drink, and be Merry (Luke 12:19): Food and Wine in ...
The refectorian serves a fourth toast and we drink for the happy falling asleep
and repose of our fathers and brothers who have departed before us . . . We drink
the fifth toast after offering the panagia for the intercession and assistance of the ...
Leslie Brubaker, Kallirroe Linardou, 2007
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «REFECTORIAN»
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Two monks take final vows at Mount Angel
In addition Brother Jonah has been the assistant refectorian, has worked as part of the Abbey vocations team and is a member of the monastic schola. Brother ... «Catholic Sentinel, Sep 11»
Prayer has many faces
WHEN I was a young Jesuit in training, there was a wonderful Jesuit Brother in our Melbourne community named Jim Madden. He had been the refectorian for ... «Catholic Leader, Jul 10»