A 160 year-old Catholic Benedictine community of monks, professionals, and students, seeking God through a life of prayer, work, and study, Saint John's Abbey and the University Graduate School of Theology and Seminary, educates and forms students for life as professionals, ministers and disciples integrating Catholic academics, Benedictine practices, and a spiritual community in a contemplative and faithful environment.
Saint John's Abbey and University invites you to explore this work of art that unites an ancient Benedictine tradition with the with the technology and vision of today, illuminating the Word of God for a new millenium.
The Saint John’s Pottery has embodied the Benedictine values of community, hospitality and self-sufficiency as well as the University’s commitment to the integration of art and life; the preservation of the environment; the linkage between work and worship; and the celebration of diverse cultures.
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library have been photographing manuscript collection across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and south India, making HMML the world's leader in the photographic preservation of manuscripts.
Liturgical Press is a Catholic publishing house known through the world for popular and scholarly publications in liturgy, Scripture, theology, and spirituality.