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The Story of Trappist Caskets and the Monks of New Melleray Abbey

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The Trappist Monks of New Melleray Abbey have become recognized for the handmade caskets and urns they craft at the monastery, often using wood from their own forest. Every casket is blessed and prayed by a monk, and each person buried in a Trappist Casket is remembered with a mass.


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