Abbey of Beuron

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The mother house of the ‘Beuron Congregation’ of Benedictine monks in Hohenzollern, on the upper Danube. The present abbey was constituted in 1863 and the monastic congregation in 1873, though Augustinian Canons were established at Beuron in the 11th cent. The abbey became famous through its work in the Liturgical Movement.

Subjects: Christianity.

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