Oblates of Saint Benedict are Christian men and women who choose to associate themselves with a religious community of Benedictine Monks in order to strengthen their baptismal commitment and enrich their Christian way of life. Oblates do not take vows or live in a monastery. They continue to live in the world while they strive eagerly to live out the values of the Gospel.
Father Vincent de Paul Crosby, O.S.B., recently spoke on “Work” to the Oblates.
Brother Barnabas O’Reilly, O.S.B., gave a talk on “Pax,” an even older Benedictine model than the traditional “Ora et Labora” or “Prayer and Work,” for the September Oblate Day of Recollection at Saint Vincent Archabbey.
Father Cyprian Constantine, O.S.B., addresses “The Liturgy of the Hours.”
And Father Michael Antonacci, O.S.B., spoke “On Stability” in May.
New August 2020 issue of the Oblate Newsletter !
Cyber Deanery—Please visit our cyber deanery. You need a yahoo email account to be able to join the cyber deanery. Oblates who live too far from meeting locations can have a deanery online. For details email email@example.com.
Daily Mass Online
Online Masses are being broadcast during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Archabbey and Seminary Facebook page, linked below, as well as archived on our Vimeo channel, https://vimeo.com/manage/showcases/7017580/info.