He was born in Worcestershire and was educated by the Carthusians at Shene and at Magdalen College, Oxford.
"The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.]." by Hartley Withers
Castro went afterward to Spain, and after preaching for a while at Burgos, joined the Order of the Carthusians at Valencia.
"The Autobiography of St. Ignatius" by Saint Ignatius Loyola
He resolved to quit the world and adopt the Carthusian habit.
"A History of French Literature" by Edward Dowden
He did not go home for luncheon; he ate in the cafe at the Carthusian Gate.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
At any rate, it is well to found another house: Carthusians of course, for they are holy, popular, and inexpensive.
"Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln" by Charles L. Marson
If he struck at the Church, it was through the Carthusians, the holiest and the most renowned of English churchmen.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9" by Various
The Carthusians maintain the principle of lending.
"The Care of Books" by John Willis Clark
If the Prior of the Carthusians had pleased her, she would have become a sincere recluse.
"Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)" by Sutherland Menzies
He went to the Carthusian monastery at Morlaix.
"The Regent's Daughter" by Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
Strangely enough, no religious order benefited more from the sympathy and generosity of the people than the ascetic Carthusians.
"Belgium" by Emile Cammaerts
Carmelites are one of the great hermitical, or solitary, orders of the Church, along with the Carthusians and Camaldolese.
I'm talking about Chartreuse , a French liqueur made by Carthusian monks from an 18th-century recipe that is known only to three monks.
Into Great Silence, Philip Gröning's three-hour film about a Carthusian monastery in the French Alps, arrived in New York to a great noise of general approval.