While the monastery remains closed to guests & visitors the sisters continue to uphold all of you in prayer.
PRAY WITH US: Always, online
We welcome you to pray a daily psalm, Benedictus, or Magnificat with us here.
You can reflect on each day's reading of the Rule of Benedict here.
And please join us in praying for others, or add your own prayer intention here.
eCourse: What does it mean to be
Monastery of the Heart in our times?
In Joan Chittister's book The Monastery of the Heart, she writes: "Every century, every culture has sought the spiritual dimensions of life in particular ways, in language and symbols and lifestyles it could embrace. Across the ages, countless women and men in East and West chose the path of monastic life, either in solitude or in community."
What does it mean for us, in the year 2020, to choose the path of monastic life? With the challenges and possibilities of our particular time and place, how can we cultivate a monastery of the heart? What does this ancient tradition teach our contemporary culture?
This eCourse will feature a special, one-time-only Zoom video conference with Joan Chittister AND you can save $2 on the new edition of
The Monastery of the Heart: Benedictine Spirituality for Contemporary Seekers when you register for this eCourse (Coupon good at
The Inner-City Neighborhood Art House Art & Sole 5k is taking a different course this year. It is becoming a 5k Un-Run/Un-Walk. Participation is open to everyone, no matter where you live. Please click here. It would be terrific if you would participate.