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Old 15th December 2009, 11:35 PM   #1
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bound as they are to an oath of silence:

YouTube - Silent Monks Singing Halleluia
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Brilliant!

Funny, there seem to be a number of these on YouTube. What's the deal? The one you linked to is the best.
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One of those monks looks kinda female shaped...

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One of those monks looks kinda female shaped...

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When monks get into their 50's many adopt the pear-liked shape. I don't think the asceticism is quite in vogue.
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When monks get into their 50's many adopt the pear-liked shape. I don't think the asceticism is quite in vogue.

Wouldn't like to think of what else they get up too.
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Sure you would.
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..........n't.



Is there a joke written on those cards that I'm missing, because I can't figure out why so many in the audience are laughing so hard?
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My Carmelites (grade 1-8) were not silent by any means.
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Is there a joke written on those cards that I'm missing, because I can't figure out why so many in the audience are laughing so hard?
The short monk has to jump to be "heard".

There are some musically clever 12 Days Of Christmas too. One can only cringe to imagine the excess of an audiophile version, since we so love excess.
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I had Dominicans 1-8 -- years later I learned that they were really "cani dominii" -- my Phys Chem prof - a jebbie who passed away a few years back was in a German Carmelite parish for grade school.

I think you can hear these guys up near Cambridge -- the BGMC if I'm not mistaken.
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