Reflections on the Carthusian Life on Mount Equinox in Vermont

Phil Lawler of Catholic Culture website recounts his visit last year to the Carthusian hermits on the 900th anniversary of the death of Saint Bruno the founder of their  Order.

“If you’ve ever spent autumn in New England, you know about the “leaf peepers”– the tourists who flock to Vermont to enjoy the foliage in early October. But early October– and specifically this day: October 6, the feast of St. Bruno— bring different memories of Vermont for me.”  Read more here.