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I first planted a garden because of something an Italian monk wrote some 1,500 years ago.
His name is Benedict — St. Benedict of Nursia. And the document he penned became known as his rule or guide for monastic life.
As author Jon Sweeney has noted, the Rule of St. Benedict became not only the basic guide for generations of monks in various religious orders, but it established a “way of life rooted in the Gospel and grounded in the scriptural principles of charity, stability and faithfulness.”
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