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Monastic Links
A more general overview on Monasticism
In founding the Taizé Community, Brother Roger has attempted to open up ways of healing the divisions between Christians and - through reconciliation of Christians - to overcome certain conflicts within the human family
This is a collection of interesting "Jesuit" sites around the Internet
The Order of Saint Benedict
"Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ, and may he bring us all together for everlasting life" Rule of Benedict, 72:11-12
Dominican (Order of Preachers)
Dominicans are priests, brothers, sisters, lay women and men, who have been called to serve the Lord through the vision and heritage of our Holy Father, Saint Dominic. The Order challenges us to a life of prayer, study, community and apostolate. These elements must be developed and fostered in every Dominican vocation.
The Franciscans were founded by Saint Francis of Assisi (1182-4 Oct 1226) and Saint Clare of Assisi (1194-11 Aug 1253). The Franciscan Orders include the Friars Minor (the lesser brethren), the Poor Clares, and the Third Order.

Armin Müller
email: amueller@www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de

1. Jan. 1995