I'm not sure if the Benedictine Camaldolese use the same exact habit as the Monte Corona hermits, my research has yielded little source material to draw from. When I can get good source material I'll be able to cover the monks and nuns of the Benedictine Comaldolese.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Muñequitos Monasticos: Camaldolese of Monte Corona
The Camaldolese currently exist in two congregations, the Camaldolese of the Holy Hermitage and Camaldese of Monte Corona. The Camaldese of the Holy Hermitage would be the base order headquartered in Camaldoli founded by St. Saint Romuald in the early 11th century. They have hermitages and monasteries and are part of the Benedictine family. The Camaldolese of Monte Corona are a reform founded in 1520 by Blessed Paul Giustiniani. They only have hermitages and are not part of the Benedictines. The fellow below is based on a Camaldolese hermit of Monte Corona.