Carthusians

The Carthusian Order, also called the Order of Saint Bruno, is a Roman Catholic religious order of enclosed monastics. The order was founded by Saint Bruno of Cologne in 1084 and includes both monks and nuns. The order has its own Rule, called the Statutes, rather than the Rule of Saint Benedict, and combines eremitical and cenobitic life. The nam...
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Carthusians

Carthusians (kärthOO'zhunz) , small order of monks of the Roman Catholic Church [Lat. abbr.,=O. Cart.]. It was established by St. Bruno at La Grande Chartreuse (see Chartreuse, Grande) in France in 1084. The Carthusians are peculiar among orders of Western monasticism in cultivating a nearl...
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Carthusians

The Carthusians were a religious order instituted by Saint Bruno in 1084. He built several hermitages four leagues from Grenoble in south-east France, and, with six companions, united the ascetic with the monastic life. They practised the greatest abstinence, wore coarse garments, and ate only vegetables and the coarsest bread. From their original ...
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Carthusians

The Roman Catholic monastic order (also in the notation Karthäuser) was founded in 1084 by the later canonized Bruno (1035-1101) in La Chartreuse near Grenoble in France. The name Kartause (for monastery) derives from the Latin name Cartusia for the founding of the first Charterhouse. The rules of the Order are still in a mitigated form today stri...
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