Due to safety precautions for COVID-19,
St. Scholastica Monastery is not receiving visitors until further notice.
All events have been cancelled.
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Sister Joan Marie Stelman, who oversees Mission Integration at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Duluth, created stress-reducing videos with images and music for healthcare workers during these challenging times. She would like to share them with you.
Sit back, relax, and let the peace of God flow through you.

 

Be Still and Know that I am God
Psalm 23: Modern translation with Be Not Afraid
Psalm 23: King James translation with He Leadeth Me
Relax to Venus, the Bringer of Peace by Gustav Holst
Are you practicing social distancing and remaining in your home? Click HERE to see resources on the internet for spiritual and cultural enrichment.

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Get to know the Sisters

Welcome to the home, history, and mission of the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery. We are a community of Benedictine monastic women who seek God through our response to the Gospel challenge and the Rule of St. BenedictWe live a contemplative/active life grounded in liturgical and personal prayer, in lectio divina, with time for silence and solitude. At St. Scholastica Monastery, it is a life balanced by work, study, and leisure.

Sister Beverly Raway, Prioress

In a spirit of Benedictine hospitality, we greet you with peace and invite you to explore our way of life here at St. Scholastica Monastery.

—Sister Beverly Raway, Prioress

DAILY REFLECTION

“And let them first pray together, that so they may associate in peace.”
–St. Benedict of Nursia, The Rule of Saint Benedict