In the second, he converts the inhabitants of Monte Cassino from their worship of Apollo.
In the first, Benedict foretells the destruction of Monte Cassino.
Enough that he was under marching orders, that the walls of Monte Cassino lay far behind him.
He refused the archbishopric of Naples and the abbacy of Monte Cassino.
"I have been summoned from Monte Cassino," Francesco at last spoke with an assumption of courage which he was far from feeling.
Some one among the monks of Monte Cassino saw a dove hovering over his head as he said mass.
Less than forty years after, this prediction was accomplished by the destruction of Monte Cassino by the Lombards.
The relations of the Popes to the neighboring abbey of Monte Cassino might, as we have said, suggest this.
He received his early training from the Benedictines of Monte Cassino.
How close the monks of Monte Cassino were allied to the Popes, everyone knows.