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Hugh of Lincoln

Hugh of Lincoln – Altarpiece; Carthusian monastery of Saint-HonorĂ©, France

Anybody who has been following this website for some time knows my interest (read obsession) with Carthusians, and how we might learn from them, and live some of what they focus on – but outside cloister walls.

Hugh of Lincoln (1135/40 – 16 November 1200), a Carthusian who went on to live the busy life of a bishop, can be a model and patron for this venture.

The Carthusian monastery in England is titled St Hugh’s (see photos).

You can read more about St Hugh here, here, here, and here.

O holy God,
you endowed your servant and bishop Hugh of Lincoln
with wise and cheerful boldness,
and taught him to commend the discipline of holy life to kings and princes:
Grant that we also, rejoicing in the Good News of your mercy,
and fearing nothing but the loss of you,
may be bold to speak the truth in love,
in the name of Jesus Christ our Redeemer;
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever. Amen (source)

Propers for St Hugh.

Image by UnknownArt Institute of Chicago, Public Domain, Link

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