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Benedict Of Nursia

480 - 547

Founder of Western Monasticism

 

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Saint Benedict of Nursia by Abbot Primate Jerome Theisen OSB ...
... According to Gregory's Dialogues Benedict was born in Nursia, a village high in
the mountains northeast of Rome. His parents sent him to Rome for classical ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Benedict of Nursia
... Founder of western monasticism, born at Nursia, c. 480; died at Monte Cassino,
543. The only authentic life of Benedict of Nursia is that contained in the ...

St. Benedict of Nursia
... St. Benedict, the Father of Western monasticism and brother of Scholastica, is considered
the patron of speliologists (cave explorers). He was born in Nursia ...

Benedict of Nursia
... Benedict was born at Nursia (Norcia) in Umbria, Italy, around 480 AD. He was sent
to Rome for his studies, but was repelled by the dissolute life of most of ...

The Ecole Glossary
... St. Benedict. Benedict was born in Nursia, Italy in 480 CE. For three years during
his adulthood, he lived as a hermit in Subiaco where he met St. Romanus, who ...

Benedictine Sisters: St. Benedict of Nursia
... and of Western monsticism, and the patron saint of Europe. St. Benedict was born
in Nursia, Italy, ca. 480. He was the son of wealthy Roman parents, who sent ...

St. Benedict of Nursia - Olga's Gallery
... St. Benedict of Nursia was born into an aristocratic family around 480 in the Umbrian
province of Nursia. Around 500 he retired to a cave in a place, which was ...

Encyclopedia Britannica Intermediate - BENEDICT OF NURSIA
... for 'Dialogues' from four of Benedict's disciples. The evidence indicates that Benedict
was born at Nursia, Italy, in about 480; that he studied in Rome, where ...

St. Benedict of Nursia, c.480-c.543
... The founder of Western monasticism, Saint Benedict, was born at Nursia near Spoleto.
While still a student at Rome, the young Benedict discovered that the only ...

Benedict of Nursia
... Dialogues from four of Benedict s disciples. The evidence indicates that Benedict
was born at Nursia, Italy, in about 480; that he studied in Rome, where he ...

Saint Benedict Of Nursia - encyclopedia article from ...
... gives no dates, however. Benedict was born of good family and was ... this topic in other
articles: Benedict of Nursia, Saint contribution to medical practice ...

Metacrawler query: Benedict of Nursia
... 98 Catholic Encyclopedia: BENEDICT OF NURSIA, SAINT St. Benedict of Nursia. Founder
of western monasticism, born at Nursia, c. 480; died at Monte Cassino, 543 ...

St. Benedict of Nursia, Wichita Falls
... St. Benedict of Nursia Antiochian Orthodox Church was born on Sunday, 13 November,
1994. The culmination of a long journey to the Orthodox Church, its ...

The Anglican Library - Benedict of Nursia
... Benedict was born around AD 480 at Nursia, in central Italy, and went to Rome
as a young man. Rome at that time was characterized by political instability ...

BENEDICT OF NURSIA, Saint
... Born into a distinguished family of Nursia, in central Italy, Benedict spent his
early years studying in Rome. Shocked by the degenerate life of the city, he ...

Venerable St. Benedict of Nursia (27 Feb/14 Mar)
... Western Benedictine monastic order was born in the Italian city of Nursia in the
year 480. At 14 ... of life. At first, St. Benedict took up residence near ...

Exciting Holiness: 11 July
... Benedict was born in Nursia, central Italy, around the year 480. As a young man
he was sent to study in Rome, but was soon appalled by the corruption in ...

Saint Benedict of Nursia
Saint Benedict of Nursia. ... He was born in Central Italy in 480AD and died in 547AD.
He spent his early years studying in Rome. He lived in a cavern near ...

St. Benedict of Nursia - Suite101.com
... St. Benedict of Nursia Author: George R. Hoelzeman Published on: March 17, 1999. ... Benedict
himself was born about AD480 and probably died around AD547. The ...

St. Benedict of Nursia,
... Western Church—St. Benedict of Nursia, founder of the great order which bears his
name. We know little of his background, save that he was born about the year ...

OSB. General. Saint Benedict of Nursia by Jerome Theisen OSB ...
... According Gregory's Dialogues Benedict was born in Nursia, a village high in the
mountains northeast of Rome. His parents sent him to Rome for classical ...

ST. BENEDICT
... the whole of Europe, Benedict, God's chosen instrument in that era, appeared as patriarch
of the monks of the West. He was born at Nursia, Umbria, Italy, in 480 ...

GREGORY I (DIALOGOS): Second Dialogue (Life of St. Benedict)
... containing the Life and Miracles of St. Benedict (Bennet) of Nursia. ... it, nor the
vanities thereof. He was born in the province of Nursia, of honourable ...

Benedict Of Nursia, Saint - Britannica.com
... Nursia also spelled NORCIA, founder of the Benedictine ... accepted as historical. He
gives no dates, however. Benedict was born of good family and was sent by ...

Monks
... link to Rule) that was to become the foundation of western monasticism was Benedict
of Nursia, born around 480 in Umbria. About 500 he fled dissolute Rome and ...

Saint George's Saint of the Day Page
... Saint Benedict was born in the city of Nursia (Umbria) in AD 480 of the noble family
known as Aniccii--a great family that was to Nursia what the Medici were ...

Untitled Document
... to the life works of St. Benedict of Nursia. St. Benedict of Nursia was born in 480AD
and died in 543. Born to a noble Roman family, Benedict became jaded with ...

St. Benedict Parish Information
... Saint Benedict the Abbot is known as the patriarch of western monasticism. He was
born approximately 480 AD and died in 547. During his lifetime, the Goths ...

Park Street Pulpit - Dr. Daniel Harrell
... considered for inclusion, a process which took 4 months more. Benedict of Nursia
was born in Italy around 480 AD. As a teenager, he traveled to Rome to study ...

benedict
... Monks. Around his teenage years Benedict, born of a noble family, left Nursia with
his nurse (more like a housekeeper) for an education in Rome. But in those ...

St. Benedict Medal
... Origin and Explanation. St. Benedict (born at Nursia, Italy, in 480) had a profound
veneration for the holy Cross and for our Savior Crucified. In virtue of the ...



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