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Kyiv pechersk Lavra? Shouldn't it be under a title Ukraine, since it's not in Russia?

Shouldn't the article contain a reference to the Carthusian Order, since these monks also live in individual cells and meet for Vesper, Matins and Mass in the main church each day and eat together in the refectory on Sundays and feastdays, but recite the remainder of the hours in their cells, normally eat, work, read, etc. in their cells. It is a Roman Catholic order, but it is clearly the closest equalevant to the ancient Egyptian and Palestinean lavras in the modern Catholic or Orthodox churches. AN May 20, 2010. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 05:58, 21 May 2010 (UTC)