Broadway performer appears at Mount April 12
Broadway singer and actor Kingsley Leggs will perform a concert titled "Sign My Name" at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 12, in St. Scholastica Chapel at Mount St. Scholastica. His performance is part of the "Concerts at the Mount" series. Tickets are $12 at the door, and $5 for students. Get the details.
Keeler Center offers Easy English tutor training March 27
The Keeler Women's Center offers one-on-one Easy English classes fro women who want to learn English. If you'd like to be a tutor for this program, you're in luck! A tutor training session is planned for Friday, March 27. Learn more.
Join us for Holy Week observances
The Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica are opening their doors to the public for three services during the Triduum, or Three Days that begin with the Holy Thursday Mass and end with the Easter Vigil. See the schedule.
Lenten reflection: Entering the salvation story with love
At each of the vigils of the Sundays of Lent, one of our sisters gives a reflection based on the scripture readings for evening praise that night. Sister Thomasita Homan spoke about how love changes everything. Read her reflection.
Learn about religious life at March 27 Vocation Fair
College students interested in learning more about religious life can do so at a Vocation Fair set for Friday, March 27, at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. Learn more.
Lenten reflection: God's grace makes all things new
At each of the vigils of the Sundays of Lent, one of our sisters gives a reflection based on the scripture readings for evening praise that night. Sister Eleanor Suther considered the darkness of the world, and the hope that God's grace provides a new start for all. Read her reflection.
The Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica are women rooted in the Benedictine charism who seek God and share our living tradition. We are a community of 135 women called by our monastic profession to a balanced life of community, prayer, and ministry. Our ministry flows out of monastic living and focuses on empowering women. Our hunger and thirst for justice and peace focuses on works of charity as we respond to the root causes of injustice.
Be Our Guest
In chapter 53 of The Rule of St. Benedict we read: "All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ, for He Himself will say: I was a stranger and you welcomed me." (Matt. 25:35) We hope you will enjoy our web offerings and one day be able to visit us and be refreshed by the hospitality we offer through our prayer and communal living "That in all things God may be glorified."