Monday, January 23, 2012

From Tulsa to Stamullen


A new community of monks, under the Rule of St Benedict will, please God, relocate to Stamullen in Co. Meath in the near future. They will be moving into the the former Visitation Monastery in Stamullen, (the sisters have recently relocated to Drogheda).

The Monastery of Our Lady of the Cenacle is a community of men dedicated to the traditional monastic life according to the Rule of Saint Benedict, and to intercession for the sanctification of priests, in adoration and reparation before the Eucharistic Face of Christ.

To find out more about the monks from the Monastery of Our Lady of the Cenacle, visit their website cenacleosb.org, and download their first news letter, which provides plenty of information on their future plans.


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9 comments:

Lynda said...

They are badly needed in Ireland

Dom Mark Daniel Kirby, O.S.B. said...

Caroline, This is lovely. Thank you very much. I look forward to meeting you soon in Ireland. Dom Mark

Caroline McCamley said...

Yes, Lynda we have a definite need.

Caroline McCamley said...

You are most welcome Dom Mark.

Patrick said...

This is good news indeed. Where in Drogheda have the Visitation sisters moved to?

Patrick said...

They come from a diocese with an absolutely wonderful bishop (who even speaks Irish).

Caroline McCamley said...

The Visitation Sisters have moved to the former "Garden convent community", off the Dublin Rd in Drogheda, which had been vacated by the Mercy Sisters in September 2011.

The Mercy sisters were "sent" to nursing homes in Tullamore and Trim :-(

Patrick Tobin said...

Very good news indeed for Ireland and for the Catholic Church there.

I live in Cardiff - it would be wonderful indeed if such a community were to come here as well.

In Wales Catholics are known to speakers of Welsh as 'Plant Mari', 'The Children of Mary'.

I am grateful to be one among them.

Maria said...

It's always so exciting when new religious communities rise up :-)

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