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Monastery Events 2022

MONASTERY EVENTS 2022

Check this page to stay up to date on our events at St. Paul's Monastery for 2022. You can also be updated by our monthly newsletter.
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Current & Upcoming Events

Hill-Murray Art Exhibition

May 2-26
Mon-Sat 9:00AM - 4:30PM
Sun 1:00PM - 4:30PM

St. Paul’s Monastery Art Gallery is proud to present new artwork by Hill-Murray's immensely creative student artists! Come see these pieces, including the winners and honorable mentions, from 
May 2-May 26. 

 


Benedictine Festival

Saturday, July 9

On July 9, St. Paul's Monastery is hosting our second Benedictine Festival! During this event, we will have food, games, a raffle and much more. This event will have free admission and be outdoors. Our current Art Gallery exhibit will also be available for viewing.

Along with the Benedictine Festival, the Sisters of St. Paul's Monastery will also be doing a blessing over our Commemorative Pavers on July 9. You can still order pavers to be installed and blessed on this special day. Order here.

 

 

Past Events

Spring Plant Sale

Order Deadline: April 7

Spring is here, inspiring many of us look to our gardens, yards, and patios to plant, create, and cultivate a blooming and bountiful environment for all to enjoy! St. Paul’s Monastery wants to help you with your spring planting and gardening needs. Join us for a fundraiser co-hosted with Gertens Garden Center. We are selling all the beautiful spring plants and flowers that Gertens has to offer.

Thank you to all who participated in this event, and supported St. Paul's Monastery!

 

 

 

 


St. Paul's Monastery Art Gallery: Finding Middle Ground

Featured April, 2022

St. Paul’s Monastery Art Gallery has new art! Come to the Monastery to enjoy this new collection of Finding Middle Ground before the end of April 2022.

From vastly different materials, the work of these two seasoned artists meet in concert creating a Middle Ground on the spiritual path. Both hold a sculptural background, each well rounded in their art.


James Quinten Young
works in found materials
Susan Hensel works from a computer foundation to create her vision.

Together these different perspectives offer new light to our spiritual journey.

 

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