In 2002, Michelle Elzay began photographing the Benedictine nuns of the Saint Marie Du Maumont convent, in the Charente in France.
He chronicles the booze he was vacuuming up: Benedictine and brandy, wine, Bourbon and Seven.
The first time was to my boarding school alma mater, Portsmouth Abbey, an excellent place run by Benedictine monks.
The government of Colombia decided to loan the 28,000 square meter fixer-upper to a fraternity of hermetic Benedictine monks.
In old times a curious ceremony used to take place in this church, which belonged to the Convent of Benedictine nuns.
Then Durtal was able to think over his Sundays at the Benedictine nuns.
Sydney opened communication anonymously with the Benedictine community at Sandyseal.
He recommended a "teeny" glass of Benedictine, a bottle of which was kept ready.
He had been brought up in a Roman Catholic seminary, and was destined to become a Benedictine monk.
Argument, even the temporary absence of Benedictine, had been unavailing.