Benjamin Mann

Benjamin Mann

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Benjamin Mann is a Byzantine Catholic, former atheist, and incurable philosopher. From 2013 to 2015, he spent 11 months with the community of Holy Resurrection Monastery, before leaving to pursue the alternative possibilities of the "new monasticism." Along with his contributions to Catholic Exchange and the Catholic World Report, he has published a short autobiographical book entitled "Shouting Through the Water" (available as a free download at http://tiny.cc/sttwbook).

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Do Not Be Afraid of Silence

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The Ordinariness of Monasticism

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Remaining Alive to the Enigma of Life

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A Glimpse of Heaven in My Personal Hell

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‘Shouting Through The Water’: A Story of Strength in Weakness

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The Day I Stopped Reading the News

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Gadgets, Distractions, and the Art of Presence

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Buddhism & the ‘Conversion’ Before my Conversion

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The Mystique of the City: Illusory and Real

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Finding Release from the Fear of Loneliness

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