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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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The Rabbi’s Gift – An Untold Story

The Rabbi’s Gift – An Untold Story

The Rabbi’s Gift - An Untold Story by Francis Dorff, O.Praem. There was a famous monastery which had fallen on very hard times. Formerly its many buildings were filled with young monks and its big church resounded with the singing of the chant. But now it was...

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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 open with expanded hours. 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, both outdoors...

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When does Lent begin?

When does Lent begin?

This year the Lenten season begins with the marking of Ash Wednesday on February 17, but it occurred on February 26 last year and will be on March 2 next year. How does one determine when is Ash Wednesday? For most people, it is simply a matter of looking on a...

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Update on Mass

Update on Mass

Mass at the Norbertine Abbey is open to the public on a limited basis. Weekday Mass is open to retreatants and neighbors of the Abbey beginning February 1. Sunday Mass will open to the public on February 7. Those interested in attending Sunday Mass with us must...

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We Have a Winner!

We Have a Winner!

Our thanks to everyone who participated in The Norbertine Library Book Title Poetry Contest last month. The winner is Virginia May Garcia of Albuquerque who submitted the following poem which includes the titles of five books found in The Norbertine Library (see bold...

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