Catholic Comic Book on Saint Bruno the Carthusian – for our Spanish Readers

En 1086, San Bruno Fundó la Orden de los Cartujos en el Delfinato francés de Chartreuse. En ese lugar el santo estableció su célebre monasterio, combinando las severas reglas de los ermitaños del desierto egipcio con las de los monasterios occidentales.

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Portada de la Revista “Vidas Ejemplares” de México sobre San Bruno

Recientemente, hemos encontrado una Revista Católica para los jóvenes en nuestros Archivos en español sobre la vida de San Bruno el Cartujo.

 

En 1086, San Bruno Fundó la Orden de los Cartujos en el Delfinato francés de Chartreuse. En ese lugar el santo estableció su célebre monasterio, combinando las severas reglas de los ermitaños del desierto egipcio con las de los monasterios occidentales.

Está destinado principalmente para niños, pero también es bueno para adultos y queríamos compartirlo con nuestros lectores. Lo hemos incluido en un documento PDF para que se pueda leer en sus dispositivos electrónicos o se puede imprimir para su uso. El copyright ha expirado.

Por favor, pasa este libro a tus hijos para su educación católica.

Nuestras oraciones y bendiciones están con usted.

⬇︎Haga clic en el enlace a continuación para descargar la revista sobre San Bruno, el fundador de la Orden Cartuja.

Vidas Ejemplares San Bruno

⬆︎Click on the link above to download the magazine on San Bruno the founder of the Carthusian Order

We recently found a Catholic Magazine for the young in our Archives in Spanish on the life of Saint Bruno the Carthusian.

In 1086, San Bruno founded the Order of the Carthusians in the French Delfinato de Chartreuse. In this place the saint established his famous monastery, combining the severe rules of the hermits of the Egyptian desert with those of the western monasteries.

It is intended mainly for children but also good for adults and we wanted to share it with our readers. We have mede it into a PDF document so that it can be read on your electronic devices or it can be printed out for your use. The copyright has expired.

Please pass this book on to your children for their Catholic education.

Our prayers and Blessings are with you.

Author: dom.Ugo-Maria

Catholic Priest - Hermit of Carthusian Charism, following the early and stricter Coutumes de Chartreuse (Rule) written about 1121-1128 written by Guigues du Chastel the 5th prior and Father General of Grande Chartreuse. Served as a curate and priest in Ireland for a while then moving to Devon as Parish Priest. A spell as Prison Chaplain and then Chaplain to the Railways (SouthEastern). Then a few years as a Diocesan Administrator, Vicar Forane, Vicar General and called as a Bishop (which I turned down). In the past I served as an officer in HM Armed Forces, lectured at Oxford, and teacher at the Royal School for Deaf children in Margate (now closed), for a spell (13 months) run an NHS hospital where I quickly realised that if you have no medical background and tend to use spreadsheets to reach a decision then you should not be running a hospital. Now I serve as Prior to the Hermits of Saint Bruno at St. Mary's Hermitage near Canterbury in Kent. I write on the Eremitic way of life although sometimes I tend to broach other subjects of interest, and occasionally undertake translations for Bishop Alistair from English to Italian. My life as a contemplative is extremely fulfilling and busy and I no longer have a public ministry which I occasionally miss especially the out-reach ministry. I also enjoy gardening on the hermitage grounds and as most gardeners will know its a never ending task, albeit quite rewarding. The hermitage also has some other residents, there is the hermitage guardian who is a layman who lives in rooms at the front of our hermitage and acts as a barrier/intermediary with the outside world; there is Jules a 4 year old Staffordshire terrier, who seems to know the Monastic Horarium and occasionally acts as a prompt, Augustus the tom cat who is 1 year old now and spends most of his time in the fields surrounding us catching moles, mice and rabbits (not so keen on birds) or in my cell when it gets too hot outside (he occasionally assist in writing my articles - having adopted the habit of falling asleep at my desk, occasionally waking and hitting the keyboard with his paw), Buffy who is 25 years old and Terra, her daughter who is 24 years old, female cats that were with me when I was parish priest at St. John Bosco's in Barnstaple. The two hens Hildegard (von Bingen) and Rosaline (of Villeneuve) who provide the eggs that we need, and then there is Topo Gigio a mouse who lives in one of our outhouses who is not scared of cats or people, can be quite vocal if you upset him by encroaching although quite frankly is no bother at all which is why he has been left alone. We currently also have 6 sheep outside in the field (not ours) but they do keep the grass cut. We are fortunate to have several fruit trees, Apples, Plums, Cherries, Pears, and 2 fig plants which I brought back from Sicily, quite a few herbs: mint, St. John's-wort, basil, chives, garlic, oregano, lemon balm, sage, chamomile, bay, echinacea, coriander, feverfew, lavender, valerian, parsley, peppermint, rosemary, thyme, marjoram, cilantro and others, there are also many flowers, too many to list. My interests are mediaeval church & monastic history, ancient liturgies, the Old Catholic Movement, Nicene and post Nicene Fathers, Desert Fathers and Mothers and Carthusian history. I also speak Italian and German, Latin, Catalan, Sicilian and French although am rusty with some.

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