Traducción de Trappist en Español:


trapense, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtrapɪst//ˈtræpəst/


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    trapense masculino
    • Just less than two weeks before his decisive return to Kentucky he writes in his journal: ‘(the idea of) going to the Trappists is exciting, it fills me with awe and desire.’
    • One thinks in this connection of the Cistercians and Trappists as reformed branches of the Benedictine order, and of the Discalced Carmelites, who conducted a thoroughgoing reform of their order in sixteenth-century Spain.
    • I am not an angel, a Trappist or a lily of the field.
    • In a remarkable way, the Trappists ' desire to remain as a peaceful presence of the church in Algeria extended even to the extremists who threatened their lives.
    • That meeting came about during a retreat in Spencer, Massachusetts, at Saint Joseph's Abbey, a monastery operated by the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, commonly known as the Trappists.
    • He became a Trappist, sent to make a novitiate near Syria.
    • His reflections on daily life with the Trappists are funny, wise, and often profound - resembling Kathleen Norris's The Cloister Walk, but a bit less thematically structured and more down to earth.
    • In late 1993, after a threatening visit from a group of terrorists, a group of French Trappists living in Algeria rethought and then reaffirmed their decision to maintain their Christian presence in the country.
    • Of less renown are the ales of Wallonia's other Trappist breweries, Orval and Rochefort, the latter's being the most rare of the Wallonian Trappists.
    • On my first attempt to spend time with the Trappists at Spencer, I was unable to get a room at the abbey, so I stayed at Mary House, about a mile away.
    • He also taught in Latin America and went on an extended retreat with the Trappists.
    • The Trappists appealed to a form of self-abnegation that appears regularly in the history of Catholic spirituality.
    • Finding even the rule of the Trappists too comfortable, he set himself up in a tiny stone cell in the Sahara.
    • Three of the Trappists went back to France, at least temporarily-one who needed treatment for his heart condition; one whose mother was sick; and one novice, still undecided about his vocation, who left to finish his studies.
    • I am not a Trappist but what I have learned from him has been tremendously valuable to my life.


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    de la Trapa
    • Father Behrens was a diocesan priest in Newark, New Jersey, prior to his decision to enter the Trappist monastery in Conyers, Georgia, where he now lives and writes.
    • And I know that a year, two years, or even a lifetime as a Trappist monk would not have ‘worked’ either.
    • The first Trappist monks arrived in Algeria in the nineteenth century in the wake of the French colonial army that took Algiers from the Barbary pirates in 1830.
    • His lovely book tells the tale of Brother Antoine, a young Canadian who enters a Trappist monastery in the 1970s to the dismay of his family.
    • Merton, as a Trappist monk, wrote openly of his continuing difficulties with Abbot James at Gethsemani, even of falling in love with a nurse in Louisville.
    • Of less renown are the ales of Wallonia's other Trappist breweries, Orval and Rochefort, the latter's being the most rare of the Wallonian Trappists.
    • The young monk in the gift shop helped me pick it out, along with a couple of books by Thomas Merton and a loaf of brown Trappist bread.
    • The best known are Trappist ales from Belgian monasteries.
    • ‘If you're a Trappist monk and you oppose partnership they won't bother you, but if you shout it from the rooftops, you're marked,’ said one trade unionist.
    • He went as far as visiting Gethsemani Abbey in Kentucky, where the Trappist monk and author Thomas Merton lived, in 1966.
    • In the postwar years, there had been a tremendous surge in Trappist vocations among returning veterans and others, inspired largely by the popularity of Thomas Merton's Seven Storey Mountain.
    • The strictness of the Trappist order has contributed to the maintenance of their brewing tradition - any Trappist beer is guaranteed to be well-crafted, pure and steeped in history.
    • This is a weird multi-threaded story in which physicists at the Vatican conduct experiments that may have turned a Trappist monk into the reincarnation of God.
    • How much would the detailed study of a serial killer or a Trappist monk reveal about typical human behaviour?
    • On their Yaak hike, though, I picture the laughter vaporizing and the good monk freezing in his tracks as the landscape itself suddenly raises the question: what Trappist cedars?
    • He spent some time as a Trappist monk, then moved to Nazareth.
    • I want to free the word contemplative from its captivity in Buddhist and Trappist monasteries and reclaim it for people like ourselves.
    • I also made the mistake of trying a malty Belgian Trappist beer that was 11% alcohol.
    • Their demigod status comes from being the first guys to bring Trappist ales to Philly and the first to put Chimay on permanent tap anywhere outside Belgium.
    • However, the truth that Boris is struggling to hide will eventually come between them and threaten their love for each other - because Boris is a Trappist monk who has run away from his monastery and abandoned his calling.