Talk:Gilbertine Order

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I contributed the section on the Oblates of Saint Gilbert - it would be difficult to cite any independent source, as the modern day Gilbertines have no written work other than their Rule and Daily Office, of which I compiled the present longer version in about 2002. Similarly the Gilbertine Order of Brazil, although they do have a website referenced in the article - Rev. Deacon Mel Harwood, Oblate of St. Gilbert. (talk) 22:29, 4 October 2011 (UTC)