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Worship & Work

Deep calls to Deep

At the heart of the 1500 year Benedictine spiritual tradition, "Worship and Work" succinctly describes the daily rhythm and spiritual dynamic of the monks of the Order of Saint Benedict.

A vocation to Worship, the first Work of the Benedictine monks is Worship. The Benedictine Work of Worship; the liturgy of the hours, daily Mass, and the ancient tradition of lectio divina, strives to serve to the spiritual need of the world and Church.

Daily Work among the Benedictine monks articulates and punctuates the spiritual life of the community, giving physical expression to the spiritual fruits of a life of Worship.

Worship inspires Work. 
Work reveals Worship.

Fr. Jerome Tupa

France and Spain, Small Format Print Collection

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France and Spain, Small Format Print Collection

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Chartres: Upper and Lower Village (France) 
This is a print from the Pilgrimage series. Chartres Cathedral is perhaps the most pristine church from the Gothic period. It is the only French cathedral with its complete program in sculpture and stained glass.

Cluny: Remains of the Cheese Tower (France) 
Cluny is the site of a former Benedictine monastery, dissolved at the French Revolution. From the 10th century up until the Revolution, it held a prominent place in monastic history and in the affairs of both Church and State. These remains pictured in the print are all that remains of the once great basilica, the largest church in Christendom. 

Estaing: Pilgrim's Bridge (France) 
A print of a lovely village found in central France. This is a bridge crossing for pilgrims making their way along the Chemin de Compostele, Spain.

Paris: La Sainte Chapelle (France)
Found in the heart of Paris on the Ile de la Cite, this royal chapel served the kings and queens of France. It once held the greatest of relics in France, the Crown of Thorns. Today it is famous for its beautiful stained glass windows.

Vezelay: Basilica of Saint Mary Magdalene (France) 
Found in the heart of Burgundy Vezelay, the Basilica of Saint Mary Magdalene is a meeting place for pilgrims. It was here that Saint Bernard preached one of the crusades, and here was found also the relics of Saint Mary Magdalene. The church itself was built on the cusp of the Romanesque and gothic styles of architecture.

  

Puente La Reina (Spain) 
This village is at the crossroads for pilgrims coming from the Eastern part of Spain and those arriving from the North. The bridge spans a large river allowing the pilgrims to easily cross to the other side. 

Santiago de Compostela: View from Saint Suzanna (Spain)  
This print depicts the point of arrival to this famous basilica containing the relics of the Apostle James. Here pilgrims arrive in large numbers to pay their respects to Saint James and to rest after the long trek made on the Camino de Santiago. 

Seville: Cathedral and Orange Courtyard (Spain)  
Here depicted on one canvas are the unique Cathedral of Seville and the courtyard of the Mosque/Cathedral in Cordoba. Both of the structures were originally mosques later transformed into Churches.

Toledo: San Juan de los Reyes and the Puerta de Bisagra (Spain) 
In Toledo I combined two different scenes, one the church of the Kings and Queens of Spain, and the other of one of the main portals to the city.

To see more of Father Jerome's works, please visit: Jerome.faso.com