Benjamin Mann

Benjamin Mann

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A Byzantine Catholic, former atheist, and incurable philosopher, Benjamin Mann is currently a monastic postulant at Holy Resurrection Monastery in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin. Alongside his regular contributions to Catholic Exchange and the Catholic World Report, he also released a short book of verse - entitled "Shouting Through The Water" - in October 2014 (http://tiny.cc/sttwbook).

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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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Married Clergy, Monastic Celibacy: The Eastern Balance

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Your Vocation is Not About You

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Eternal Revolution, Not “Old Time Religion”

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