The celebration of the Priory’s beginnings in St. Paul doesn’t just celebrate the building, but the people who were involved. Nine young women also began their studies and commitment to becoming Benedictine nuns. One of these was Mary Louise Inhofer who is now the librarian at the Monastery.
Please take a moment to enjoy her experiences upon first entering the Priory in 1948.
While the Oblates make their oblation as an offering to the monastic community and the world, many have described the countless gifts they have received in return. In honor of the 75th Anniversary, here is one Oblate’s story of the blessing of oblation…