- Benedictine Order• Comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as 'black monks'
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Benedictine order — noun a Roman Catholic monastic order founded in the 6th century; noted for liturgical worship and for scholarly activities • Syn: ↑order of Saint Benedict • Hypernyms: ↑order, ↑monastic order • Member Meronyms: ↑Benedictine … Useful english dictionary
Benedictine Order — Monastic order founded by St. Benedictine. Monks take vows of personal poverty, chastity and obedience to their abbot and the Benedictine Rule. See also Black Monk and White Monk … Medieval glossary
Benedictine order — Monastic order founded by St. Benedictine. Monks take vows of personal poverty, chastity and obedience to their abbot and the Benedictine Rule … Medieval glossary
BENEDICTINE ORDER — one of the great MONASTIC Orders which evolved out of the work of BENEDICT and was based on his MONASTIC RULE. The Order encouraged both learning and the practice of PIETY. It played an important role in the development of Western LITURGY. Its … Concise dictionary of Religion
Benedictine order — Бенедиктинцев орден … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов
The Benedictine Order — The Benedictine Order † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Benedictine Order The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as black monks . The order will be considered in this article under… … Catholic encyclopedia
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order — [ôr′dər] n. [OFr ordre < L ordo (gen. ordinis), straight row, regular series, akin to ordiri, to lay the warp, hence begin, set in order, prob. < IE base * ar , to join, fit > ARM1, ART1] 1. social position; rank in the community 2. a… … English World dictionary
Order of Saint Benedict — For the article on Orthodox Benedictines, see Order of Saint Benedict (Orthodox). For the Anglican order of the same name, see Order of St. Benedict (Anglican). This article concerns Roman Catholic Order of Saint Benedict; see also Benedictine… … Wikipedia
Benedictine — For other uses, see Benedictine (disambiguation). St. Benedict of Nursia (c. 480 543), detail from a fresco by Fra Angelico, San Marco, Florence (c. 1400–1455). Benedictine refers to the spirituality and consecrated life in accordance with the… … Wikipedia