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Monastery Events

Monastery Events 2022

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Seeing God: 2022 Juried Exhibit of
Sacred Art

Submissions due January 14, 2022
Art Gallery: January 25-March 25 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

It’s never too early to make art for Our Seeing God Exhibit held every year at St. Paul’s Monastery.  We encourage all to enter and join this large group of artists for this exhibit experience.  Dates of the exhibit are  January 24, 2022 through March 25, 2022. 

Contact Kathy Fleming at fleming5450@gmail.com with any questions.


Online Winter Marketplace

January 15-30, 2022

Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? Check out our Online Winter Marketplace, featuring unsold items from Christmas at the Monastery 2021 with significant discounts!


Feast of St. Scholastica & St. Scholastic Honoree Pat Swanke

February 10, 2022

The twin sister of St. Benedict, St. Scholastica is considered to be founder of the women’s branch of Benedictine monasticism. She established and served as abbess of a community of nuns in Plumbariola (near the Benedictine monastery in Monte Cassino), which is considered to be the first Benedictine convent. Saint Scholastica stepped into the chaos and the unknown of her day, trusting in God’s good guidance and great providence. Today, as we celebrate the Feast of St. Scholastica, we are reminded that—in our time—we are called to do the same.

As part of our celebrations, we invite you to join us on Facebook for the live streaming event. More details on this will come. This year’s honoree is Pat Swanke.

Our Calendar

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BENEDICTINE SISTERS

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The Sisters welcome women who want to make a difference, who want to live with other vibrant women deeply committed to Christ, and who seek a balanced life of prayer, work, learning and leisure.

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BENEDICTINE ASSOCIATES

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The Benedictine Associates are single Catholic women seeking God with the support of the monastic community while engaging in the ministries of St. Paul's Monastery.

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BENEDICTINE OBLATES

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A Benedictine oblate is a man or women from any Christian background who makes a promise to a monastery to live a spiritual life patterned after the Rule of St. Benedict

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BENEDICTINE CENTER

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The Benedictine Center forms a “school for the Lord’s service” in the tradition defined by St. Benedict and flourishes in the midst of St. Paul’s Monastery’s monastic community.

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MAPLE TREE CHILD CARE

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Year round weekday programs for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers since 1991 a special place where children are sheltered and nourished with love and learning.