#143 – A Franciscan Visits the Benedictines – Part One

Monastery of Melk

Travel through the Benedictine monastery of Melk in Austria to learn more about Benedictine history, spirituality, and the Church in Austria – including the interesting reusable coffins.

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Photos of Melk and other Austrian photos

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podcasticon#143 – A Franciscan Visits the Benedictines – Part One

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One Comment

  1. Posted January 27, 2008 at 4:10 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Hey there, Fr. Seraphim –

    As a thorough tea snob myself, I was really excited to hear you talk about how much better loose tea is than teabags. Loose tea doesn’t need to be expensive, though – although some of it is. (I’m in grad school. I have no money. I wouldn’t recommend becoming more poor just because of tea.) However, you might want to peruse UptonTea.com, which is the place I regularly order tea from. They have a really huge selection, and with each order of tea are instructions of how to make it (water temp, how long to brew, how much loose tea per serving, etc.). I notice they also ship internationally. (And if you like Early Grey, you might want to do a search for their Rooibos Earl Grey, which is one of my favorites; it’s herbal, so it’s naturally decaf, and it’s VERY bergamont-y smelling.)

    Hope you’ll become a real tea snob! 🙂

    Cheers,
    Michelle

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