Generally speaking monks would pray, chant the canonical hours (Prime, terce, sext, none, vespers, compline, matins, lauds), and they would work. Depending on where the monks were living and what order they belonged to they would have gardens, dairys, or they would teach, or provide medical services.
In monstaries and church.
the many monstaries were around 40
Catholic monks, Orthodox monks, and Buddhist monks.
Christian medieval monks were Roman Catholic, of which the major orders were: The Benedictine Monks The Cistercian Monks The Carthusian Monks The Dominican Monks The Franciscan Monks The Augustine Monks, including the Gilbertines
Levels of a Monk:NoviceRassaphoreStavrophoreGreat SchemaType of Monks:Roman Catholic MonksAnglican MonksLutheran MonksBuddhist monksJain MonksVaishnava monks
monk is not a he its a or the monks. monks are the praiser of there god or spirit the monks of the Christan live at the cathedral so do Buddha monks! almost all religions have monks. heres an example of monks and every thing..... praiser>monk>priest.
The collective noun for monks is an abomination of monks (from the older 'an abominable sight of monks').
only if they are templer monks. most monks are peaceful
Monks are usually associated with Catholicism but there are also Buddhist monks, and Toaist monks as well.
There were many different factions of monks in 1066. Some of the monks were called Benedictine, Carthusion, or Lenton monks. There were about 4 more factions of monks during this time.
Monks and nuns do the monks' and nuns' jobs now.
What kind of monks? Catholic monks can eat meat on most days; Buddhist monks can not.
There are monks from different religions.
The monks stay in a monastery.
The Monks studies Buddhism
Not necessarily. Many religions have monks. Monks are people who withdraw from ordinary life to pursue their religious beliefs on a daily basis. So you can have Christian monks, Buddhist monks, Hindu monks, etc. Islam does not have a similar tradition though.
Buddhist monks are well known for practicing Buddhism, Christian monks tend not to.
You just call Monks Monks and Nuns Nuns. They don't have any other names.
Des Moines means 'monks / some monks / of the monks' depending of context.
Yes, 'des moines' means 'monks' or 'of the monks' in French.
Usually. There are monks of other faiths (i.e. Buddhist Monks). But most Western culture only has Catholic monks. I am not aware of any other Christian denomination that has monks or nuns. At least not in the traditional sense.
Monks eat bread and vegetables
No, there are Christian monks as well.
Monks live in monasteries.
Monks are supposed to be celibate (unmarried) so they rarely have children. A few monks are people who have had children in early life and then become monks in later life.