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Shrines & Steins

Shrines & Wines

Holy Week, Holy Land

Divine Mercy

Shrines & Steins

“In Catholicism, the pint, the pipe and the Cross can all fit together.”G.K. Chesterton

Cistercian Monks and Nuns in Belgium live in their communities in silence; dedicated to poverty, chastity, and obedience; and are afforded few luxuries in life. But one of the luxuries they are allowed is beer, and do they do it well. Since the 1500s the Cistercians have been brewing beer in Belgium and continue that tradition today in 6 thriving monasteries. Whether it is in Belgium or Germany we invite you to explore the Catholic roots of our faith and enjoy a good libation. Prost!

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Shrines & Steins

“In Catholicism, the pint, the pipe and the Cross can all fit together.”G.K. Chesterton

Cistercian Monks and Nuns in Belgium live in their communities in silence; dedicated to poverty, chastity, and obedience; and are afforded few luxuries in life. But one of the luxuries they are allowed is beer, and do they do it well. Since the 1500s the Cistercians have been brewing beer in Belgium and continue that tradition today in 6 thriving monasteries. Whether it is in Belgium or Germany we invite you to explore the Catholic roots of our faith and enjoy a good libation. Prost!

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Lough Derg – Patrick’s Purgatory

Taize

Sacred Music

Lough Derg – Patrick’s Purgatory

Challenge yourself to make this pilgrimage part of your journey in Ireland. The traditional 3-day experience follows a 1,000 year-old tradition that is known as the most demanding pilgrimage in Christendom. Arriving on the island of Lough Derg you take your shoes and socks off for the next 3 days, eat minimal food, and enter into the intense spiritual exercise as well as Mass and Confession.

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Lough Derg – Patrick’s Purgatory

Challenge yourself to make this pilgrimage part of your journey in Ireland. The traditional 3-day experience follows a 1,000 year-old tradition that is known as the most demanding pilgrimage in Christendom. Arriving on the island of Lough Derg you take your shoes and socks off for the next 3 days, eat minimal food, and enter into the intense spiritual exercise as well as Mass and Confession.

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