Convents

Some articles on convents, convent:

Third Order Of Saint Francis - Third Order Regular - United Kingdom
... Third Order Regular was represented in England in the early 20th century by nineteen convents of Sisters and in Scotland by six convents, with no communities of Brothers ... These convents belong to various congregations, most of which are of English institution ... Most notable historically amongst these congregations are the convents at Taunton and Woodchester, which represent the English convent of the Third Order established at Brussels, Belgium, in 1621 ...
Modern Coptic Monasticism
... Coptic Orthodox Church has many Monasteries and convents that host many Monks and Nuns ... and currently there are Coptic Monasteries and Convents in Egypt, the United States and Europe that have been recognised by the Holy Synod of the ... with a total of more than 1,000 monks, and six convents with about 300 nuns ...
Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Saint Peter The Apostle - Monasteries, Convents, and Seminaries
... Riverside, California The Seminary of Mar Abba the Great, El Cajon, California Convent of Our Lady of the Fields (Workers of the Vineyard), El Cajon, California Chaldean ...
Sisters Of Life - Convents
... The Sisters of Life own several convents in New York St ... Paul the Apostle Convent, Sacred Heart of Jesus Convent, St ... Barnabas Convent and St ...
Stift As An Endowment - Stift As Endowment For Unmarried Protestant Women
... preserved with the monasteries converted into secular convents in order to maintain unmarried or widowed noble women (the so-called conventuals, German ... Many of these convents were dissolved in communist countries after the Second World War, but in Denmark and former West Germany many continue to exist, such as the Stift Fischbeck ... the former endowments of many Lutheran women convents are collectively administered by the Klosterkammer Hannover, a public law institution, while others maintain their endowments ...