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  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
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  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan points out 800-year-old-stones used to build their "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
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  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_20.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan poses for a portrait in their "chapter house" built from 800-year-old stones in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
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  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan poses for a portrait in their "chapter house" built from 800-year-old stones in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
    monksXX_05.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan poses for a portrait in their "chapter house" built from 800-year-old stones in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
    monksXX_09.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan poses for a portrait in their "chapter house" built from 800-year-old stones in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
    monksXX_13.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_26.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_29.jpg
  • New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan closes a barn door at their monastery in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
    monksXX_19.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_30.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_24.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan touches 800-year-old-stones used to build their "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. on December 18, 2012
    monksXX_04.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbey "chapter house" in Vina, Calif. is made from 800-year-old-stones from a Spanish medieval monastery.
    monksXX_33.jpg
  • The Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery is located in the middle of a walnut orchard in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_20.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan walks at their monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. Their Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_11.jpg
  • The Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery is located in the middle of a walnut orchard in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_22.jpg
  • The Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery is located in the middle of a walnut orchard in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_18.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan touches one of the 12th century stones used in their unfinished Chapter House at the monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_07.jpg
  • Pam Sparks touches one of the 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain used to build the Chapter House at the New Clairvaux monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The stones were purchased by William Randolph Hearst, but then left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_01.jpg
  • The New Clairvaux Abbot Paul Mark Schwan points at 12th century stones used to build their unfinished Chapter House at the monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_12.jpg
  • 12th century stones used to build the Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_17.jpg
  • Pam Sparks touches one of the 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain used to build the Chapter House at the New Clairvaux monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The stones were purchased by William Randolph Hearst, but then left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_02.jpg
  • 12th century stones used to build the Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_13.jpg
  • The Chapter House at the New Clairvaux  monastery is located in the middle of a walnut orchard in Vina, Calif., January 2, 2013. The Chapter House is built from 12th century stones from the Chapter House of Ovila in Spain. Originally purchased by William Randolph Hearst, they were left abandoned in Golden Gate Park for over 60 years.
    monks_19.jpg


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