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God's Own Farmers

In 1998, The Cistercian Order celebrated the 900th anniversary of their founding at Citeaux in France. The Cistercian monks are often referred to as God's own farmers. Joe Murray visits St Joseph's Abbey in Roscrea to talk to some of the members. (1998)

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