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Later, with the rise and growth of the monastic orders, the appellation began gradually to have a more restricted meaning; for obviously the bonds of brotherhood were drawn more closely between those who lived under the rule and guidance of one spiritual father, their abbot. His vow of poverty, too, not only binds him as an individual to the exercise of that virtue, but, originally at least, precluded also the right of tenure in common with his brethren. ix) had forbidden in 1215 the foundation of any new religious orders.

In the early Church it was usual for all Christians to address each other as fratres or brothers, all being children of the one Heavenly Father, through Christ. In the life of the friar, on the contrary, the exercise of the sacred ministry is an essential feature, for which the life of the cloister is considered as but an immediate preparation.

In hot, bustling Seville, I rented a studio apartment for a month.

(And, I learned that, in Portugal, they call spooning the “shell position.”)We stayed in bed, playing guitar and singing until 6 A. I was sad to leave João, but I couldn’t stop smiling.

He responded: “The fall is a long way away, but I can’t immediately think of a reason I wouldn’t want to hang out again.” Ouch.

Nicholas said Will sounded like a prolific dater who’s been moving through girls for years — and that I was too sensitive for quick, casual dating.

I matched with Nicholas* on Bumble, who was 29 and a pianist. He said he "liked foreign girls," but it never worked out because they eventually went home. On my last day, we hiked to the top of Arthur’s Seat, a hill overlooking the city. Probably not normal first date behavior, but this wasn't a normal first date.

Will and I had an instant connection; we’d lie on the couch talking for hours and text daily.

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