The sisters thank all of you for making the Night of Dreams a success. All the proceeds will help fund our ministries and services at Keeler Women's Center, Sophia Center and care of our sisters in Dooley Center. The winner of the grand prize drawing is Tom Garbach of Overland Park, KS. He will choose between $15,000 or a 2017 Toyoto Corolla or a 2017 Honda Civic.
Day of Prayer For Unity and Healing
Please join us Nov. 11 for a Day of Prayer for unity and healing. Click here for more information. The sisters thank all of you for making our
Concerning the Recent Earthquakes
The following is a letter one of the sisters in our federation received from Mother Mariangela of Assisi, concerning the recent earthquakes that shook central Italy on October 30. Click here to read the letter.
Night of Dreams: Reserve your seats today!
November 13 will be here before you know it, so don't delay. Reserve your seat today for the Night of Dreams, our gala fundraiser that runs from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, at the KCI Expo Center. We've made it easy for you this year: You can make your seat reservations online.
Sister Maria Nguyen receives Donaghey Award
The Divine Word College Board of Trustees honored Sister Maria Nguyen with the 2016 Donaghey Award for Outstanding Service at a special Mass on Sunday, Sept. 25. Read more.
Meet Sister Linda Herndon
Sister Linda Herndon uses her Benedictine values a associate academic dean and registrar at Benedictine College. Get to know her.
Blessings go both ways for volunteer, spiritual directee
Mininder Kaur first came to the Mount for spiritual direction, but then found peace and acceptance as a volunteer, too. Read her story.
Meet Jennifer Halling, our new postulant
On Aug. 5, we welcomed Jennifer Halling to the community as a postulant. Read about her and see photos from the evening.
Read our 'View from the Mount' columns in the Atchison Globe
Every week, one of the sisters from Mount St. Scholastica writes the "View from the Mount" column that appears in the Atchison Globe, our hometown newspaper. Read the columns.
Sister Anne reflects on 2016 jubilarians
Sister Anne Shepard tells how three golden jubilarians live out the call to mercy. Read her homily from the Jubilee Mass on July 10.
'Mountie' returns for 75th class reunion
It takes a special someone to be on hand for her 75th class reunion, and for Mount St. Scholastica College, that someone is Mary Ann Schwab. Read about her return to the Mount.
Twelve complete spiritual director training
A group of 12 women graduated from the three-year Souljourners spiritual director training program sponsored by the Sophia Center in June. Read more.
Mount employees honored for service at annual picnic
A total of 13 Mount St. Scholastica and Dooley Center employees were honored for their years of service at the annual employee picnic. See who they were at the link.
October 'Year of Mercy' petition focuses on poverty
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 October, prayers are for those who are differently abled. Read the full petition.
Our vision is a future of hope created by living the Rule of St. Benedict as we respond to the needs of the times.
Our mission is to seek God through community life, prayer, ministry, and care for all of creation.
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."