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  • Cet article liste les abbayes bénédictines actives ou ayant existé sur le territoire français actuel. Il s'agit des abbayes de religieux (moines, moniales) suivant la règle de saint Benoît, à l'exclusion des cisterciens.Ces abbayes ont formé, à différentes époques, des ordres, congrégations ou groupements, dont les principaux, pour les abbayes françaises, sont :l'ordre des Célestins l'ordre monastique de Chalais (Chalaisiens)l'ordre de Cluny (Clunisiens)l'ordre de Fontevraud (Fontevristes)la congrégation des Allobroges (1624-?)la congrégation d'Alsacela congrégation bénédictine anglaise (1612-?)la congrégation de Bursfeldla congrégation des moines ermites de Camaldoli (Camaldules)la congrégation de la Chaise-Dieu (1080-1640) (Casadéens)la congrégation de Chezal-Benoît (1516-1636)la congrégation des Exempts de Flandre (1569-1781)la congrégation des Exempts de France (1579-1770)la congrégation du Mont-Cassin (Cassiniens) (1504-?) (Lérins)la congrégation du Mont-Olivet (Olivétains et Olivétaines)la congrégation de Saint-Maur (Mauristes) (1621-?)la congrégation de Saint-Vanne et Saint-Hidulphe (Vannistes) (1604-?)la congrégation de Saint-Victor de Marseille (Victorins)la congrégation de France (de Solesmes)la congrégation de Subiacola congrégation de Tiron (Tironiens ou Moines gris)la fédération du Cœur Immaculé de Mariele groupement d'Afflighemla Société de Bretagne (1604-1628)Les dates indiquées entre parenthèses correspondent au début et à la fin du statut canonique d'abbaye bénédictine, mais ne coïncident pas obligatoirement avec la création et la disparition du monastère.Les abbayes bénédictines actives sont signalées en caractères épais.Ne figurent pas dans cette liste les prieurés dépendant des abbayes citées, à l'exception de quelques prieurés conventuels importants.
  • This is a list of Benedictine monasteries, extant and non-extant, in the present territory of France. It includes both monks and nuns following the Rule of St. Benedict, excluding the Cistercians, for whom see List of Cistercian monasteries in France. Some monasteries however belonged at various times in their histories to both the Benedictines and the Cistercians.At different times these religious houses have formed various orders, congregations or groups, of which the main ones, as far as French monasteries are concerned, are the following:the Order of Cluny (Cluniacs)the Camaldolese (now within the Benedictine Confederation)the Olivetans (now within the Benedictine Confederation)the Celestines (now within the Benedictine Confederation)the Order of Fontevraud (Fontevristes)the Congregation of Tironthe Congregation of La Chaise-Dieu (Casadéens)the Congregation of Saint-Victor (Victorines)the Bursfelde Congregationthe Alsace Congregationthe Cassinese Congregation (now within the Benedictine Confederation)the Congregation of Chezal-Benoîtthe Congregation of the Exempts of Flandersthe Congregation of the Exempts of Francethe Société de Bretagnethe Congregation of St. Vanne (Vannistes)the Congregation of St. Maur (Mauristes)the English Benedictine Congregation in exile (1612–1791)the Congregation of the Allobrogesthe Affligem groupthe Solesmes Congregation (now within the Benedictine Confederation; formerly known as the Congrégation de France)the Subiaco Congregation (now within the Benedictine Confederation)the Fédération du Coeur Immaculé de MarieThe dates in brackets indicate the start and end dates of an abbey's status as a Benedictine monastery, which are not necessarily the same as the dates of its foundation or suppression. All religious houses in France were suppressed during the French Revolution, most of them in 1791. Some communities were revived, and many more new ones established, during the 19th century, but were forced to leave France by anti-clerical legislation during the 1880s (principally the Ferry Laws), and again in the first decades of the 20th century under the Association Act, 1901 (the Waldeck-Rousseau Law).Abbeys and independent priories currently in operation are indicated by bold type.Dependent priories are not generally noted in this list, except for a few unusually significant ones.
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  • Cet article liste les abbayes bénédictines actives ou ayant existé sur le territoire français actuel.
  • This is a list of Benedictine monasteries, extant and non-extant, in the present territory of France. It includes both monks and nuns following the Rule of St. Benedict, excluding the Cistercians, for whom see List of Cistercian monasteries in France.
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  • Liste d'abbayes bénédictines de France
  • List of Benedictine monasteries in France
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