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Denis Farkasfalvy (23 June 1936 – 20 May 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.

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  • Denis Farkasfalvy (23 June 1936 – 20 May 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (23 June 1936 – 21 May 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23 1936 – May 21 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23, 1936 – May 21, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (Hungarian: Farkasfalvy Dénes; June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (Hungarian: Farkasfalvy Dénes; June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
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  • Denis Farkasfalvy
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  • Denis Farkasfalvy (23 June 1936 – 20 May 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (23 June 1936 – 21 May 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23 1936 – May 21 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23, 1936 – May 21, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (Hungarian: Farkasfalvy Dénes; June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Roman Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
  • Denis Farkasfalvy (Hungarian: Farkasfalvy Dénes; June 23, 1936 – May 20, 2020) was a Hungarian-American, Catholic priest and monk of the Cistercian Order. He was an abbot, theologian, author and translator.
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