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Welcome to St. Procopius Abbey

  • Br. Benedict & Br. John's entrance into the novitiate
    Br. Benedict & Br. John's entrance into the novitiate
  • Homily on Feast of St. Benedict and simple profession of Br. Elias
    Homily on Feast of St. Benedict and simple profession of Br. Elias
  • Br. Elias signs his vows formula July 11, 2016
    Br. Elias signs his vows formula July 11, 2016
  • The community joins Br. Elias in the Suscipe prayer drawn from Ps. 119:116
    The community joins Br. Elias in the Suscipe prayer drawn from Ps. 119:116
Br. Benedict & Br. John's entrance into the novitiate
Br. Benedict & Br. John's entrance into the novitiate

Videos

Documents of Vatican II lecture series - Talk four

St. Procopius Abbey video

Abbot Austin on Lectio Divina

Other videos

Documents of Vatican II lecture series

Cardinal George on Dignitatis Humanae

Fr. Robert Barron on Gaudium et Spes

Dr. John Cavadini on Lumen Gentium

Noteworthy items...
School year Conventual Mass Schedule begins Tuesday, Aug. 16
Br. Elias Dicosola made his simple vows as a monk of St. Procopius Abbey on July 11, 2016 (see photos on the left)
Brs. Benedict & John entered the novitiate on July 10, 2016 (see photo on left) 
 Watch video: Dr. Timothy O' Malley on The Work of Our Redemption: A Liturgical Theology of Sacrosanctum Concilium (below-lefthand column)

Schedule changes or special events

Schedule changes & special events listed below (next four events at a time). 

See regular schedule & monthly calendar  (calendar updated weekly).

NB: we are now in the summer schedule until August 16 (see regular schedule).

Monday, Aug 29 at 6:20 PM - 6:50 PM
Tuesday, Sep 20 at 6:15 PM - 6:50 PM
Tuesday, Oct 18 at 6:15 PM - 6:50 PM
Tuesday, Nov 15 at 6:15 PM - 6:50 PM

Weekly quote from the Rule of St. Benedict

The second step of humility is when a person, who is in not in love with his own will, is not allured by the prospect of fulfilling his own desires; instead, he imitates in his deeds that utterance of the Lord, who said: ‘I have not come to do my own will, but that of the one who sent me’ (Jn 6:38).

-- Rule of St. Benedict 7.31-32