He does outrage to a bona Dea: she to the monasticism of the Court of Law: and he and she awaken unhallowed emotions.
The rule was the basis for all the reforms in monasticism for several centuries.
And so the history of monasticism and the history of the Church is the record of a struggle against idleness and corruption.
Wrecked it, wrecked it high and dry on the barren rocks of monasticism.
When the three centuries of trial were over, monasticism rose.
Then again, monasticism was, as we have seen, intended to be self-sufficing.
Only one more parallel resembling the foregoing can I adduce from universal history, to wit, monasticism.
Christian monasticism did not begin at any fixed time or place.
An important change was made in monasticism in the west by introducing the common life.
Christian monasticism, also, had its birth in the dreamy East.