Life as a Trappist Monk

Tucked away in the mountains of Utah are a group of catholic men called the Trappist monks. Written in the sixth century, the Rule of St. Benedict guides the lives of Trappists, setting the strict ideals and values that define their monastic lives. Aside from devoting their lives to God, nature, and a bunch of age old traditions that would probably make most people cry blood, they also get to wear some killer looking cloaks that would make Yeezus jealous. Learn more about the Trappists here.

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