|St. Dominic depicted in the robes of a mitered abbot.|
Dominic became the head of a dying church. But with a combination of liturgical and historical studies, charity for Christian neighbors and the insistence of the importance of the monastery's involvement and prominence, and that of the greater Church in general, in secular society. His life and works remain significant to the modern church as a model to rebuild redundant churches and establish new ones as centers of ecclesiastical liturgy and study, and as dispensers of charity might which could bring the church back to its position as a center of public devotion and relief.
|The romanesque, 'double decker' cloister of the Abbey.|
Chant from the Mozarabic Antiphonary of the Abbey.
One of the Abbey's many recordings of Gregorian Chant: Puer Natus in Bethlehem.