Cono-Sur Congregation

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The Cono-Sur Congregation (Congregatio Cono-Sur) is a congregation of monasteries within the Benedictine Confederation. Founded in 1976, the Congregation now includes ten male monasteries spread throughout four of the countries of South America's Southern Cone region. Additionally, eight female monasteries are members of the Congregation. The current Abbot President of the Congregation resides at Monasterio Benedictino Santa María in Los Toldos, Argentina.

List of member houses and dependencies[edit]

Male[edit]

Independent (blue) and dependent (light blue) male monasteries of the Cono-Sur Congregation

Female[edit]

Female monasteries of the Cono-Sur Congregation
  • Argentina
    • Monasterio Nuestra Señora del Paraná (1987), Aldea María Luisa, Entre Ríos
    • Abadía Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, Rafaela, Santa Fe
    • Abadía Gaudium Mariae (1979), San Antonio de Arredondo, Córdoba
    • Monasterio Nuestra Señora de la Fidelidad, San Luis
    • Abadí¡ de Santa Escolá³'ica (1941), Victoria, Buenos Aires
  • Chile
    • Priorato Santa María de Rautén, Quillota
    • Monasterio de la Asunción de Santa María Virgen, Rengo
  • Uruguay

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OSB-International Atlas". Confoederatio Benedictina. Archived from the original on 7 November 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2012.