Manitowoc Herald Times article on the monastery.
There are plenty of great faith heroes from the Christian East whose lives could make a real difference in the faith journey of West-ern Christians. This retreat will look at some of them: the monks Seraphim of Sarov and Silouan of Athos, the holy women Xenia the “Fool for Christ” of St. Petersburg and Maria Skobtsova of Paris, heroic bishops Nectarios of Aegina and Theodore Romzha.
Next Bake Sale: Saturday June 1
To order ahead, please call the monastery, and ask to pre-order one of our delicious assortments of baked goods, including pizza, fruit pies, artisan breads and cookies. A product and price list can be found here: Bakery price list 3.30.13
On Friday April 5th most of our monastic community went down to the University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL where Abbot Nicholas served the Divine Liturgy to open the annual conference of the Institute on Religious Life. Abbot Nicholas was joined by Fr. Tom Loya, Fr. Stephen Mouth and Fr. Maximos as [… Read More]
We’ve added a new album showing some of our Christmas doings in 2012. Enjoy! Christmas 2012 here.
1. Weekend Retreats • Begin 4:00 pm Friday, depart 1:00 pm Sunday • Includes accommodation and meals, suggested donation $200 December 7-9, 2012, Christmas in the Eastern Churches • Presenter: Abbot Nicholas Prepare for the Lord’s birth by experiencing the rich liturgy, music and iconography of the Eastern Churches. January 18-20, 2013, Nature made new! [… Read More]
Many friends have asked us how they can express their support for our monastery and its three-fold ministry of prayer, hospitality and teaching (how the Eastern Churches can help in the New Evangelization!). In these tough times, with so many demands on your generosity we are incredibly grateful for any help that you can give. [… Read More]
Abbot Nicholas recorded an interview yesterday with a local Green Bay TV station, CW14. The program will air on Sunday, July 15 at 10:30 a.m. For more information, please see this link: http://www.cw14online.com/dpp/local_shows/cw_14_focus/unique-monastery-moves-to-northeast-wisconsin