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Bose is a community of monks and nuns belonging to different Christian Churches, seeking God in obedience to the Gospel and living in fraternal communion and celibacy. We live in fellowship with men and women and at their service.


Pray with us

Friday I

20 January 2017

Holy Father, we come to you in the peace of the evening, so that you may renew your communion with us. Receive the prayers that Christians raise to you, participating in the prayer of your Son Jesus for the unity...

XXV International Ecumenical Conference of Orthodox Spirituality

Research and scientific committee

THE GIFT OF HOSPITALITY
Bose, 6–9 September 2017
in collaboration with the Orthodox Churches

Christians are called upon to be strangers capable of hospitality. The church of God, local churches, and Christians live in anticipation of the Kingdom while being migrants towards the heavenly Jerusalem. The conference will attempt to illustrate some aspects and moments of this constituent and fertile tension of being a church in journey by drawing especially on the rich tradition of the Christian East and on the teaching of the fathers, the example of monasticism, but also by listening to the experience of Orthodox Churches today.

Ecumenical martyrology

January 20

Fabian (d. 250), pastor, and Sebastian (d. ca. 287) martyrs
Since antiquity the Western Church has commemorated two of its most famous and beloved martyrs on this day: Fabian, bishop of Rome, and Sebastian, a Roman army official

XVth International Liturgical Conference

Research Project and Scientific Committee

Monastery of Bose
National Office for the Cultural Patrimony of the Church — Italian Bishops’ Conference 

Bose, 1–3 June 2017

“A grammar for imagining and living the Church through its spaces and its architecture” is the theme of the XVth International Liturgical Conference of Bose. It aims at bringing out the participative dimension of church and architectural experience, in an exchange between the commissioning party, architects, artists, and the Christian community.