In her moving reflection at the July 17 funeral for Sister Maria Tasto, Sister Kathryn Huber captured so well how Sister Maria helped so many...Learn More
A group of 27 volunteers, adults and teens, from Illinois came to the monastery July 7-10. They prayed and ate with the sisters as well as helped with various tasks.Learn More
By Kate Bittner, The Message Intern -- The Camp Marian retreat with the Sisters of St. Benedict in Ferdinand started more than a dozen years ago, and it has been booming ever since.Learn More
Sister Maria Tasto, 76, of the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, died at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 13, 2014, in the monastery’s Hildegard Health Center.Learn More
Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand are offering a program, “Introduction to Centering Prayer,” that will explain this unique, simple, non-denominational form of praying and provide an opportunity for practice.Learn More
Sister Mary Esther Steckler, 93, of the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, died at 1:55 p.m. on Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in the monastery’s Hildegard Health Center.Learn More
Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand are offering a program, “Sacraments: Christ’s Sign of Legacy and Love,” that will explore the meaning of signs in our life and how the Sacraments impact us daily.Learn More
Then you're in good company. To some, a vocation is simply a job or a trade. To us, it is a calling to dedicate our lives to serving the world in God’s name. We all have jobs – our many ministries – but our call is a deeper need to use our gifts as part of a community devoted to seeking God. What is your calling?