Brother Richard Oliver OSB

Monk of Collegeville, Minnesota

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Some of my websites:
"What's New OSB" - current news items about the Order of Saint Benedict or monasticism. The Benedictine Blog.

"Bro. Richard's Favorite URLs" - an early collection of classified links assembled before there was Google.

"The Scumblers" - a group of early 20th century artists in Pennsylvania.

Features:

Local Weather * Local TV * OSB Web Store * Abbey Web Store

The following "Favorite" pages are a bit better maintained than some of the other sections:

Catholic Web Resources
Orders, Congregations and Religious Institutes
Tools for Searching: News * Search at osb.org.

Memberships

CMSM

My first day of employment on the staff of the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, Silver Spring, Maryland, was Monday, 17 August 2009. My work as Coordinator of Information and Records includes maintaining the website: www.cmsm.org/. I live in the nation's capital on the campus of The Catholic University of America.

Fotolog

12 June 2007 I post some of the better shots I make using a 2007 Panasonic™ Lumix DMC-LZ7® at "Cybermonk Fotolog." The LZ7 replaces the obsolescent Canon™ Super Shot G3® digital camera from 2003.

The photo upper left shows Cypripedium reginae, also know as the pink and white moccasin flower, or "Showy Lady Slipper." It was adopted as the official state flower of Minnesota on 19 February 1902 and appears in the Arms of the State of Minnesota.

Fotolog.net is an online community of photographers populated mainly by South American teenagers, but " Gold Camera Members" generally post excellent fotos. Google offers an alternative method for sharing photos at Picasaweb.

The American Benedictine Academy: President Emeritus.

Contact

Br. Richard Oliver OSB
620 Michigan Ave. NE
Curley Hall - CUA
Washington, DC 20064
Comments, questions, or suggestions? Write to me

 

Rev. 10 Dec 2013 / © 2013 by Richard Oliver OSB
www.richoliver.us/

 

Summer Day


Some essays:

Ellis A. Oliver (1872-1937), my grandfather, was a member of The Scumblers, Pennsylvania plein air artists who gathered in Edison, PA, in the first decades of the 20th century. The watercolor above, "Summer Stream," was probably painted near Neshaminy Creek.

To learn more about where the Scumblers spent their summers visit the Edison Gallery: Then and Now or Chuck Rudy's excellent photo essay about his neighborhood, "Edison/Bridge Point," Bucks County, PA (1906-now).

St. Richard of Chichester (1197-1253)

Germany: 1987-1992

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