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Dear Friends of the Monastery,
We are so very grateful for your donations which directly support the Sisters and their ministries. When you donate to St. Paul’s Monastery you help the Sisters welcome all as Christ, from Benedictine Center program participants to retreat and event guests. You help Oblates and Benedictine Associates deepen their spirituality and live Benedictine values in their daily life.
You help Sisters attend professional conferences as well as spiritual symposia and religious leadership meetings. You help make with caring for Sisters who need daily assistance – thank you.
Thank you to more than 200 volunteers who give more than 1,000 hours of their time each year. From hospitality hosts and cookie bakers to the drivers and event helpers, from committee members to kitchen aids, you have touched the Sisters and their guests in profound ways – thank you.
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THE WORD OF OUR FOLLOWERS
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
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
"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
THE RULE OF ST.BENEDICT
THE RULE OF ST. BENEDICT
The Rule of St. Benedict serves as an invitation to open our hearts to God. It summons us to recognize our responsibility in the world and the proper use of resources. Above all, the Rule reminds us of the fundamental value of living our lives in search and service of God, preferring nothing to the love of Christ.