A Community of Sisters Who Live the Rule of St. Benedict Based on Gospel Values
Through liturgical life and wise stewardship, the Sisters of St. Paul’s Monastery create sacred space from which they respond to the needs and challenges of church and society.
Our Mission Statement
GIVE TO ST. PAUL’S MONASTERY
Sharing time, talents, and financial resources is vital to our community.
PRAY WITH US
We share our monastic home and peaceful grounds with persons of all faiths, cultural traditions, and races, to "listen with the ear of your heart" to wherever God is calling you.
MONDAY - FRIDAY Morning Praise - 8:00 am Midday Prayer (occasionally Eucharist) - 11:30 am Evening Praise - 5:00 pm
SATURDAY Morning Praise - 8:00 am Midday Prayer (occasionally Eucharist) - 11:30 am Vigil of Sunday - 5:00 pm
How may we pray for you? Please use this form to let us know how we can support you with our prayers. The Sisters take this ministry as a serious expression of how they can serve the wider community. We would like to join you as you present the concerns and hopes for you, your family, and the circumstances of your life to God.
Nurture Your Faith
In Unity with the American Benedictine Federation
This is holy ground
We’re standing on holy ground / For the Lord is present / And where He is, is holy. - Christopher Beatty (Holy Ground, song lyrics adapted from Joshua 5:15)Read more
“Let us set out on our way with the Gospel as our guide.” – Prologue of the Rule of St. Benedict
Our community is led by a Prioress. We are part of a worldwide community of Benedictines who honor a tradition nearly 1500 years old. We believe that the divine presence is everywhere (RB 19) and our main ministry is prayer. Our core values include hospitality, community living, stewardship, and reaching out in service.Read more
Conference of Benedictine Prioresses Statement on Racism
"To speak of social sin means in the first place to recognize that, by virtue of a human solidarity which is as mysterious and intangible as it is real and concrete, each individual’s (and corporate) sin in some way affects others…Every sin has repercussions on the entire ecclesial body and the whole human family." - Pope John Paul llRead more