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Benedictine Orders

Benedictine Orders, the “Black Monks,” order of monks and nuns following the rule of St. Benedict of Nursia. They believe in a combination of prayer, choral office, study, and manual labor under an abbot's supervision.

See also: Benedict of Nursia, Saint.

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