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Sanctuary of the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Monastery
Georgia, USA
The Monastery of the Holy Spirit, officially called "Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Monastery" is a Roman Catholic monastery near Conyers, Georgia . The community of 48 monks leads a monastic way of life in solitude, silence, work and prayer.
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