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Founding a Monastery #420150 08/11/20 12:53 AM
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Out of the Eastern Catholic sui iuris churches under the umbrella of Eastern Catholic, which ones are in need of a monastery in the North Carolina area, particularly in the Central NC area? Just wondering this out of curiosity.

What would go into founding a monastery? How is it done in modern times? What steps would need to be taken?
Obviously, finances are key and benefactors are a must, but what else?

Anyone interested in this idea, please PM me on my account here...

Glory to Jesus Christ!

Re: Founding a Monastery [Re: John Joseph] #420151 08/11/20 02:28 PM
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Christ is in our midst!!

May I suggest that you not re-invent the wheel? If I were you, I would direct those questions to Holy Resurrection Monastery in Wisconsin. That monastery should be able to help.

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