Mount welcomes eight new oblates
We welcomed eight new oblates in April 2016. See photos from the rite of oblation; read Sister Anne Shepard's reflection from the rite of oblation.
May 'Year of Mercy' petition focuses on those bullied, scorned
Each month during the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica remember a special group in prayer during Midday Praise. In May, prayers are for those who are bullied or scorned. Read the full petition.
Check out our April photo galleries
April was a busy month at Mount St. Scholastica. We've posted a gallery of photos from the month for you to enjoy. Want to see our latest photos? Check out our Facebook page!
Meet Sister Esther Fangman
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Esther Fangman, who has traveled far from her farm girl roots. Read more.
Meet Sister Susan Holmes
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Susan Holmes, a hospice chaplain who offers a caring presence at the end of life. Read more.
Meet Sister Elaine Fischer
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Elaine Fischer, whose remarkable set of skills ranges from carpentry to biochemistry. Read more.
Meet Sister Mary Elizabeth Schweiger
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Mary Elizabeth Schweiger, a woman of many gifts. Read more.
Meet Sister Cecilia Olson
As we continue our celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week, we introduce you to Sister Cecilia Olson, who has found God in community. Read more.
Meet Sister Suzanne Fitzmaurice
As we celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week March 8 to 14, we're sharing the stories of some of our sisters. Today we introduce you to Sister Suzanne Fitzmaurice, who follows in the footsteps of her Benedictine predecessors as a teacher. Read Sister Suzanne's story.
Meet Sister Carol Ann Petersen
As we celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week March 8 to 14, we're sharing the stories of some of our sisters. First up is Sister Carol Ann Petersen, whose ministries have always involved education, although not always in the traditional classroom. Read Sister Carol Ann's story.
Leadership Camp in June combines faith and fun
Have a daughter, granddaughter, niece or student who is entering sixth, seventh or eighth grade? Sign her up now for our 2016 Leadership Camp. Get the details.
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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."