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Monastery of the Most Blessed Sacrament

† Traditional † Franciscan Spirituality † Eucharistic Adoration † Semi-Cloistered †

MONTH'S MIND Holy Masses for the Deceased

NEW - -
Relic and Agnus Dei Sacramental
Badges - and Chaplets available
under "New Items".

NEW Chaplets added -

Seven Sorrows of the BVM CHAPLET
Precious Blood of Jesus CHAPLET
The Five Holy Wounds of Jesus CHAPLET
St. Benedict CHAPLET
(Feast Day: March 21)
St. Joseph CHAPLET
(Feast Day: March 19)

Relic Badges for the month of
February are SAINT BLAISE -

Relic Badges for the HOLY SEASON of LENT

- Original Blessed Stones imported from Grotto in Mount Gargano in Italy

Back in stock but very limited inventory are the ORIGINAL St. Michael Blessed Stones imported from the Grotto in Italy where
St. Michael the Archangel appeared four times.
Limit two (2) per request, please.
Available under "New Items".

Adoremus In Aeternum Sanctissimum Sacramentum


Feast of the Apparition of

On May 8 Holy Mother Church solemnized the apparitions of the glorious Archangel on Mount Gargano in Apulia, Italy - which took place on
May 8 between the years 520 and 530. Mount Gargano has since become a sanctuary to which pilgrimages come from the four corners of the world.

The Gradual from the Mass on May 8 -
Alleluia, alleluia. V. Holy Archangel Michael, defend us in battle, that we may not perish in the dreadful judgment. Alleluia. V. The sea was shaken, and the earth trembled when the Archangel Michael came down from Heaven. Alleluia.
Source: Saint Joseph Daily Missal (1957)

February 11 - 19

Remembering all those who are sick
and suffering.
Relic Badge of
St. Bernadette - with prayer leaflet - blessed linen touched to the
Relic of St. Bernadette - is listed under "New Items".

FEBRUARY 3 is the Feast Day of Saint Blaise. Saint Blaise is the patron saint against throat diseases, eczema, respiratory diseases, headaches, skin diseases, bladder diseases, angina, dermatitis, coughs, fever, sore throats, and others.

Relic Badge of St. Blaise - with prayer leaflet - blessed linen touched to the Relic of Saint Blaise - is listed under "New Items".
in all the
Holy Masses, Prayers, Sacrifices,
and Devotions which will be offered
during the Holy Season of Lent,
February 22 - April 8, 2023.

"The Holy Mass would be of greater
profit if people had it offered in their lifetime, rather than having it celebrated for the relief
of their souls after death."
(Pope Benedict XV - 1854 to 1922).

At the hour of death, the Masses you have heard will be your greatest consolation.

Every Mass will go with you to judgment and plead for pardon.

You afford the souls in Purgatory the greatest possible relief.

One Mass heard during your life will be of more benefit to you than many heard for you after your death.

You are preserved from dangers and misfortunes which otherwise might have befallen you. You shorten your stay in Purgatory.

To enroll, please go to the Novena page and scroll down to the Lenten Remembrances information. Enroll yourself, your loved ones, and your friends so all may be remembered and share in the infinite treasure of the great graces of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - and spiritually benefit from the daily prayers, sacrifices, and devotions which will also be offered during this Holy Season of Lent.
Cloistered Sisters - Lives of Prayer and Work

Living a traditional way of religious life - a vowed life dedicated to God through prayer and work. Intercessory prayer, prayers of reparation, and a deep devotion to the Most Blessed Sacrament are the primary “work”. Although not strictly cloistered (hidden), we observe a certain amount of enclosure (cloister) to help protect the contemplative aspect of our life. Our vowed life is also semi-contemplative. We have a deep devotion to Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament - making a Holy Hour each day and night, making intercession for your needs, and presenting your petitions to our Eucharistic King, trusting that nothing is impossible for God - and knowing that prayer knows no distance. The Rosary is prayed each day to our Heavenly Mother to whom we have a deep devotion. In addition to prayer and study, we labor quietly within our small monastery each day to help with our support. Because the monastery is small, there is no gift shop (all religious items are obtainable via the online website “gift shop”. There is no public side to the Chapel - the Chapel which is also very small - and which is located within the enclosure - is only for Sisters.
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass celebrated in the Cloister Chapel is the Mass of Pope St. Pius V. We pray the Office, and keep the monastic tradition of rising during the night for prayer. Although not formally associated with the Franciscan Order, we embrace Franciscan spirituality - with the Rule of St. Francis and our Holy Constitutions guiding our lives. We work each day (Monday - Saturday) to provide, as age and health now permit, as much of our daily needs as possible — trusting in Divine Providence to supply whatever else is needed for the month. Household chores are also part of the daily routine.
The time not given to work due to age and age-related health issues, is devoted to additional prayer each day for you, your family, and for anyone who requests prayers (intercessory prayer). We also pray each day for those who are sick and suffering, for peace in the world, for the sanctification of all priests and their labors, and for saintly vocations to the Priesthood and fervent vocations to the religious life, and for the restoration of Holy Mother Church. Life continues each day for God, for the Church, and for the salvation of souls.
Prayers are also prayed each day for all pets and companion animals - especially for those who are sick, and for those who are elderly. Prayers for their safety and protection, and for a return to good health if they are ill.
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