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Archbishop John Wester. the Archbishop of Santa Fe, joined us for the Eucharist and dinner on the feast of St. Norbert on June 6 Our Norbertine Brother Deacon James Owens, O. Praem. gave the annual retreat for the deacons of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and their wives...

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AACC Scholarships

Father Gene Gries, O. Praem. celebrated Mass and awarded the Archdiocese of Santa Fe African American Catholic Community scholarships to seven Catholic school students on August 25, 2019. This year was the 10th anniversary of this scholarship program that has helped...

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Norbertine Library Poetry Contest

Norbertine Library Poetry Contest

The Norbertine Library is hosting a poetry contest. It is open to New Mexico residents only and must be based on book titles found in the Norbertine Library. The prize is a multi-night stay at a Norbertine hermitage. The winning poem will be posted on this website and...

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A Call For Artists 2020

A Call For Artists 2020

Updated 8/11/2020   Greetings!   We are just a little over one month away from the submission deadline for the 5th Art Exhibition at Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey on the theme, "A Vision of Hope & Healing." Please see the Call For Artists flyer for all information...

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Norbertine Library and Abbey Offices are Open

Norbertine Library and Abbey Offices are Open

The Norbertine Library and Abbey offices are once again open after a brief closure. You are invited to come by and browse the over 20,000 volumes or you can browse online at our library web page. We require the use of a mask or other face covering while at the abbey,...

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Norbertine Spirituality Center

Norbertine Spirituality Center

The Norbertine Spirituality Center at Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey respectfully requests: If you wish to be a retreatant at the Abbey and have knowingly been exposed to someone who had COVID-19 during the 14 days prior to your retreat, you should not come to the Abbey....

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Update on Mass

Update on Mass

As we slowly invite people to pray with us again in the abbey church, we do so with a primary concern for everyone’s health. The current Archdiocesan guideline for public mass is 25% occupancy. This means we are only able to invite a mixture of individuals and couples...

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