St. Meinrad Archabbey, Monte Cassino Shrine - Blogger.
To honor our Blessed Mother, monks of Saint Meinrad will present a pre-recorded Marian talk from our Monte Cassino shrine each Sunday, during the month of May. This week, May 24, 2020 we are happy to present “Our Lady of Einsiedeln and Our Lady of Monte Cassino” by Fr. Christian Raab, OSB.
Saint Meinrad Archabbey Monte Cassino Shrine. Perched upon a hill on the Archabbey’s sprawling campus, the Monte Cassino Shrine is a special place dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The history of Monte Cassino Shrine tells how a novena to Our Lady of Monte Cassino is credited for saving the village of St. Meinrad from a smallpox epidemic in 1871. The faith that God's people placed in the.
Boniface Parish and St. Meinrad Parish in Spencer County, along with the local Catholic Church of Central and Southern Indiana (the 38 counties and one township of Harrison) that comprise the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, as our entire nation has been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and taking extraordinary steps to help minimize the spread of the virus.
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The generosity and dedication of Monte Cassino’s community of parents, alumni and friends is instrumental in sustaining the School as a leading Catholic, independent coeducational K-8 institution. As an independent school, Monte Cassino receives no government support and relies on income from tuition, endowment and contributions from Annual Giving to cover operating expenses.
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Indiana, recalls that “prior to knowing that the Benedictine oblate program existed, a friend and I had made a couple of weekend retreats to St. Meinrad and liked returning to the abbey for spiritual refreshment. We were taken by the possibility of something beyond regular church attendance, Bible study, and private prayer.”.