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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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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The Cross and the Drug Culture

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The Blessings of Religious Burnout

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Building A Culture of Openness to God

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A Fate Worse than Persecution

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My Unconscious Search for God

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An Unusual Road to Monasticism

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Two Big Myths About Relativism

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