Sisters of St. Benedict
Seeking God in everyone and everything.
we, Sisters of St. Benedict of Our Lady of Grace Monastery, live in community founded on prayer, work and hospitality.
“Every guest who presents themselves are to be welcomed as Christ.” — Rule of St. Benedict
Mary and Martha Celebration
First Annual Mary and Martha Celebration recognizing young adult women as they grow in holiness.
Branching Out: Spring 2015
The latest edition of Branching Out from the Sisters of St. Benedict is here!
Check out the latest edition of Branching Out by clicking the button.
Help the Sisters: Capital Campaign
Donations not only support the Sisters at Our Lady of Grace but the people with whom they minister.
Check out our latest update on our Capital Campaign. We have been blessed to have so many wonderful supporters. Click below to see how you can help support the Sisters of St. Benedict.
All Souls Day
For the month of November we remember and celebrate the lives of our sisters who have gone before us. We begin with a special ceremony on All Souls Day at our cemetery where we sing the litany of our sisters as the Prioress blesses grave as her name is sung. Mary they rest in peace.
Good News from Grace
Exciting events are taking place in the near future. Click on the links below for more information.
Discerning God’s call is the most important thing in our lives. It is God’s call that gives our lives meaning and peace.
- Have you considered a lifetime dedicated to serving God and the people of God?
- Do you have questions about where God is calling you?
Join us for one of our Vocation Weekends to help with your discernment – or answer some of your questions – or just to get some quiet, reflection time. Read More
Contact us today for the chance to be part of an amazing community!
St. Paul Hermitage has been serving retired clergy, religious and lay people for over 50 years.
Since 1981, the Benedict Inn has touched the lives of thousands of people. For peace of mind, body and spirit, the Benedict Inn offers programs for people of all ages, races and denominations.
Who Are Benedictine Oblates?
Oblates are Christian laypersons who promise to live Benedictine spirituality in their chosen lifestyle, affiliated with a particular Benedictine monastic community.