Prayer Life

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Monastery Prayer Schedule

Dear Friends,

We are so excited to be open  with some restrictions for liturgies.  We are asking all our guests to be fully vaccinated for COVID 19. You will not have to wear a mask.  

For those who have NOT been vaccinated you will be required to wear a mask and sanitize your hands.

We have missed each and everyone of you so much and are enjoying connecting with you again through liturgy.

Sister Clare Carr, OSB

 

Sunday

9:00 am – Morning Prayer
10:15 am – Eucharist (Mass)
5:00 pm – Sung Vespers

 

Monday

8:00 am – Morning Prayer
12:00 pm – Noon Prayer
5:00 pm – Vespers

 

Tuesday

7:45 am – *Mass (Call ahead as times may change)
8:15 am – Morning Prayer (after Mass)
12:00 pm – Noon Prayer
5:00 pm – Vespers

Wednesday

8:00 am – Morning Prayer
12:00 pm – Noon Prayer
5:00 pm – Vespers

 

Thursday

7:45 am – *Mass (Call ahead as times may change)
8:15am – Morning Prayer (after Mass)
12:00 pm – Noon Prayer
5:00 pm – Vespers

 

Friday

12:00 pm – Noon Prayer
5:00 pm – Vespers

 

Saturday

5:00 pm – Vespers

Monastic Prayer

The adhesive of a vibrant Benedictine community is its prayer life. Living Christian community as a professed Benedictine requires each monastic to seek Christ-like transformation of heart, mind and soul. This quest is nurtured through prayer that opens us to intimacy with God. Communal daily celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours, lectio divina, devotional prayer and Eucharistic liturgy are integral to the work of contemplative transformation to which Benedictines aspire.

Benedict is clear that prayer forms the heart of each member and the collective heart of the total community. He devotes more than a dozen chapters of his Rule to the work of God, his name for the daily common prayer of the community (RB 8-20). – Wisdom From the Tradition.

Come Pray with Us In the Rule of St. Benedict, Monastics are to become one in spirit, to see the Christ in the other, to share the best of our life with the one who comes, to make our relationships holy.

RESOURCES:
Daily Reading of Scripture: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – Daily Reading

Liturgy Calendar and Meanings