On a particular virtue of monastic life and it's real benefit to the everyday Catholic.
"The fourth class of monks is called Gyrovagi (or Wanderers). These move about all their lives through various countries, staying as guests for three or four days at different monasteries. They are always on the move and have no stability, and are slaves to their own wills and to the enticements of gluttony." - The Rule of Saint Benedict, Chapter 1, Of the Several Kinds of Monks and their Lives