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The Catholic Man Show - The Catholic Man Show 26th October 2018
Benedictine Monks at Clear Creek Monastery – Episode 132

Benedictine Monks at Clear Creek Monastery – Episode 132

The Catholic Man Show Campout at Clear Creek Monastery

Benedictine Monk, Fr. Nesbit, joins the show to talk about silence, the habit, and the life of a contemplative monk

Recorded Live – Sponsored by Broken Arrow Brewing Company

Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey is a Benedictine community belonging to the Solesmes Congregation. It was founded in 1999 from the Abbey of Our Lady of Fontgombault in France and is located in the diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Having been erected as a simple priory in 2000, Clear Creek became an abbey in 2010. The community currently counts 50 monks.

Like the other monasteries of the Solesmes Congregation, Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey, having devoted itself from the outset wholly to the service of God in the hidden life, is to be counted among the institutes entirely ordered towards contemplation. By virtue of their vocation, the monks devote themselves to God alone in silence and in solitude, in constant prayer, and willing penance.

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MAN GEAR: The Habit

MAN TOPIC: The Vocation of a Monk

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