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parking is available on the street but can be a bit difficult to find.saturday, may 21, 2011 – 10am – 6pm gaithersburg book festival gaithersburg city hall grounds gaithersburg, md 20877 they’ve asked me to be the keynote speaker (which is an incredibly huge honor for me, and likely a mistake on their part). the liz logelin foundation will have a table at the event, and i’ll be there most of the day signing books and sharing info about what the foundation does to help families in need.read more about the event by clicking on the link to the washington post.i’ll be speaking at the the vascular disease foundation’s “current issues in vascular disease” conference september 14th, 2011 – pm-pm (although my talk is not open to the public, my book signing IS open to the public and will follow my talk, around pm).The Kitchen was recreated in an 1840 addition to include high end Viking appliances and custom pine cabinetry.

Upstairs is a wonderful Master Suite with a stunning full Bath and Walk-in closet - something you do not expect in an antique home.

of the dedication of the rebuilt monastery of Monte Cassino in 1964, Pope Paul VI proclaimed St.

Benedict the principal, heavenly patron of the whole of Europe.

The title piously exaggerates the place of Benedict but in many respects it is true. Benedict did not establish the monastery of Monte Cassino in order to preserve the learning of the ages, but in fact the monasteries that later followed his Rule were places where learning and manuscripts were preserved.

For some six centuries or more the Christian culture of medieval Europe was nearly identical with the monastic centers of piety and learning.

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