A Roman Catholic Benedictine monastery of men

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Welcome to St. Procopius Abbey

  • Three of our jubilarians:
Fr. Philip celebrates 50 years of priestly ordination;
Abbot Hugh celebrates 60 years of monastic profession;
Br. Augustine celebrates 40 years of monastic profession.
Also, while not present, Fr. Jude celebrates 65 years of monastic profession.
    Three of our jubilarians: Fr. Philip celebrates 50 years of priestly ordination; Abbot Hugh celebrates 60 years of monastic profession; Br. Augustine celebrates 40 years of monastic profession. Also, while not present, Fr. Jude celebrates 65 years of monastic profession.
  • Abbot Austin and the monks announce THE CAMPAIGN FOR ST. PROCOPIUS ABBEY. See Giving page.
    Abbot Austin and the monks announce THE CAMPAIGN FOR ST. PROCOPIUS ABBEY. See Giving page.

Videos

St. Procopius Abbey Videos

Community of St. Procopius Abbey

Abbot Austin on Lectio Divina

Fr. James Flint on Discernment

Abbot Austin on Balance 02: What do monks mean by it?

Documents of Vatican II Lecture Series

Dr. Timothy O'Malley on Sacrosanctum Concilium

Cardinal George on Dignitatis Humanae

Bishop Robert Barron on Gaudium et Spes

Dr. John Cavadini on Lumen Gentium

Noteworthy items...
Daily Mass and prayer services are following the Schedule During the Summer. Please see our regular schedule for specific times. Summer Schedule continues through August 22nd.
Abbot Austin and the monks are pleased to announce with St. Joan of Arc Parish the FR. KEN LEGACY FUND. For details, see here.
Discerning a religious vocation? Contact Fr. James for information and to arrange a visit. For details, see here.

Schedule changes or special events

See for upcoming schedule changes and upcoming events.  

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

NB: we are now in the school schedule (see regular schedule).

Weekly quote from the Rule of St. Benedict

‘Do not repay evil for evil’ (1Th 5:15; 1Pt 3:9). Do not cause injury, but even bear the ones done to you patiently. ‘Love your enemies’ (Mt 5:44; Lk 6:27). Do not return a curse to those who curse you, but rather bless them. ‘Put up with persecution for the sake of justice’ (cf. Mt 5:10).


-- Rule of Saint Benedict 4.29-33 (from chapter on the tools of good works)

Additional Videos:

More videos are available on YouTube at AustinOSB