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Abbey of New Clairvaux Cistercian life is ordinary and simple, yet it is life abundant The brothers of the Abbey of New Clairvaux in Vina strive to live out the Christian call to God according to their 900-year-old Cistercian tradition. The monks remain silent and each day the Liturgy Schedule begins at 3:30 a.m., with six more through 7:35 p.m. Sunday mass begins at 10:30 a.m. Guests are welcome for a few hours or several days of retreat. To assist those who desire to further understand their prayer experiences, the monastery makes available monks who offer spiritual direction and accompaniment and the sacrament of reconciliation. Guest rooms are non-smoking, air Sacred Stones conditioned and have private bathrooms. The 12th century Chapter House imported stone by stone from the Iberian Peninsula is being For more information about retreats, call reconstructed at the Abbey. Tours are available. (530) 839-2434 or send an e-mail to Sundays or by appointment at (530) 839reservation@newclairvaux.org. 2200. New Clairvaux Vineyard Directions With deep, fertile loam soils and mild Vina is just west of Corning. climate, New From Interstate 5: Clairvaux is Take the South Avenue exit and make a an ideal site for modern left heading east; proceed on South Avenue 21 miles and take a left onto winemaking. L e l a n d Rowles Road just past the railroad tracks. S t a n f o r d Take a left on 7th Street and ahead you operated the will see the White Cross which marks the world's largest entrance to the Abbey. From Hwy 99E: vineyard, Vina is about 20 miles south of Red winery and distillery at the Bluff. Take a right turn onto Vina Road, site in 1890, known as Leland Stanford's before Lassen Steakhouse. Vina Road will bend on the corner of Vina Great Vina Ranch. The first Cistercian winery in North Elementary and turn into 7th Street. America, New Clairvaux produces Proceed on 7th Street and you will see several varieties of fine wine and offers the White Cross which marks the tastings 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and entrance to the Abbey. 14 Corning 2013

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