Monastery of sound

11th February 2000 at 00:00
The combination of the Internet and a Carthusian mon-astery works remarkably well. As you enter the site a chant swells up. You can take a virtual tour of the mon-astery and for students who lack a conventional religious background tis will be a good introduction to one of the most powerful movements in medieval Europe. You can also look at the life of priests and brothers and the way that the community functioned.

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