Campénéac

Dirección

Nombre Oficial Abbaye La Joie Notre-Dame

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País France

Ciudad Campénéac

Código Postal F-56800

Contacto

Teléfono [33] (2) 97 93 42 07

Fax [33] (2) 97 93 13 27

Email Comunidad abbaye.joie.nd@wanadoo.fr

Pais atelierlajoie@wanadoo.fr

Pais abbaye-lajoie-nd.com

Superiore/a Mère Marie-Joseph Dhanger, Supérieure ad nutum 2012, Abbesse 2014-2020.

Otras Informaciones

Estatuto Jurídico Abbey

Diócesis Dioecesis Venetensis (Vannes)

Región OCSO RéCiF

(Re)fundado 1920

Orígenes

Founded at Ste Anne d’Auray in 1920 under the name N.D. de Bonne-Garde; erected as a priory in 1921 (8 December); transferred to Campénéac in 1953 with the name La Joie Notre-Dame

Pais

The community was established at Ste Anne d’Auray in buildings which they did not own. In addition they could not easily be adapted to monastic life and the terrain was not suited for cultivation, so life there was very difficult. The father immediate and the community of Timadeuc purchased a property, the castle of Ville Aubert with a large farm, in the same diocese and the transfer was authorized by the Definitory on 4 May 1947.
A monastery was constructed, partly by adapting the castle, and a part entirely new, and on 30 September 1953 the community transferred there. The transfer was an opportune moment to revive the former title La Joie Notre Dame, “Gaudium Dominae Nostrae” of Hennebont.

Pais

Ampibanjinana (1996)

Padre Inmediato

Timadeuc

Antiguos(as) Superiores(as)

Marie du Sacré-Coeur PERNEY — Prioress then abbess — 08/12/1921 – 20/07/1938
Lutgarde MASSON — Abbess — 12/08/1938 – 29/08/1941
Gertrude TRÉBAULT — Abbess — 29/08/1941 – 05/11/1941
Vincent de Paul CHAPLEAU — Superior — 05/11/1941 – 24/02/1942
Lutgarde MASSON — Abbess — 24/02/1942 – 24/02/1954
Bernard MOAL — Abbess — 10/04/1954 – 03/10/1971
Madeleine CABILLIC — Abbess — 11/12/1971 – 30/11/1989
Geneviève-Marie FRAVALO — Abbess — 30/11/1989 – 10/11/1996

Michaël Le Tendre — Sup ad nutum — 21/11/1996 – 04/10/1997

Michaël Le Tendre — Abbesse — 04/10/1997-16/07/2012

Trabajo y Fuentes de Ingresos

Agriculture and livestock. Biscuits, chocolates, and a shop where monastic products and books are sold

Hospedaje

The “hôtellerie” has 24 individual rooms, 2 dining rooms, and 1 meeting room. The “Ville Aubert” is for groups of young people: 30 beds in rooms and dorms, 3 meeting rooms, 1 kitchen with a dining room

Pais

Gare destinataire : Rennes. Autobus : Rennes-Campénéac-Vannes.

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