Join us any day for prayer or Mass in the Archabbey Church. If you have time afterwards, take a tour of our beautiful grounds and historic buildings.
The monks pray the Liturgy of the Hours and celebrate Mass daily in the Archabbey Church. Times are subject to change.

To confirm the times of prayer before your visit, please call the Guest House at (800) 581-6905.

Saint Meinrad is on Central Time.

Monday – Saturday*
5:30 am  Vigils and Lauds (Morning Prayer)
7:30 am Mass
Noon Noon Prayer
5:00 pm Vespers (Evening Prayer)
7:00 pm Compline
Sundays and Major Feast Days
7:15 am
Vigils and Lauds (Morning Prayer)
9:30 am Mass
Noon Noon Prayer
5:00 pm Vespers
7:00 pm Compline

*Please note: On major feast days, the monks follow the Sunday schedule.

 

Tours

Tours of Saint Meinrad, led by a Benedictine monk, are given each Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Central Time. The tour begins at the Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center.

Self-guided tours are available anytime. You can pick up a free Visitor’s Guide, which includes a walking tour of the campus, at the Guest House, Memorial Lobby or the Saint Meinrad Archabbey Gift Shop.

You can also borrow an MP3 player at the front desk of the Guest House to listen to an audio tour of the church and grounds.

Guided tours are available for groups of 10 or more, with advance notice. For tour information, call Guest Services at (800) 581-6905 or (812) 357-6611.

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Friday January 17 – Friday February 28
Archabbey Library Gallery

“Hustle and Bustle,” an exhibit of paintings by Louisville, KY, artist Kayla Bischoff, will be on display from January 17 through February 28 in the Saint Meinrad Archabbey Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, IN.

Bischoff creates multi-layered compositions that combine figuration and abstraction, exploring individual and social psychology. Informed by the anxieties of the zeitgeist, her paintings are also playful and approachable.

Bischoff works in acrylic on several canvases at a time allowing ideas to develop and grow, layer by layer, into different paintings. Inspired by art brut, graffiti, cartoons and action painting, the frenzied figures reflect the tumultuous and joyful nature of human existence.

Bischoff earned a bachelor’s degree in 2014 from Bellarmine University. In 2019 she was awarded a Professional Artist Development Grant from the Great Meadows Foundation, allowing her to travel to Italy for the Venice Biennale International Contemporary Art Exhibition. Her work can be seen in Galerie Hertz in Louisville.

For library hours, call (812) 357-6401 or (800) 987-7311 or visit the Archabbey Library’s website: www.saintmeinrad.edu/library/library-hours/.

The exhibit is free and open to the public. Those wishing to view the exhibit may want to arrive at least 30 minutes before closing time.

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Perhaps you’re interested in learning how Scripture, prayer, Benedictine wisdom or art can enhance your spirituality.

Saint Meinrad offers a variety of monk-led retreats during the year – on these and other topics at our Guest House and Retreat Center in southern Indiana.

Three-day retreats are held on weekends (Friday evening through Sunday noon) or during the week (Tuesday evening through Thursday noon).

Check-in time for retreats is 2-5 p.m. Vespers in the Archabbey Church is at 5 p.m. followed by supper. The opening conference typically begins at 6:30 or 7:30 p.m. The retreat concludes with lunch on the last day of the program. A complete schedule is provided at registration.

Visit www.saintmeinrad.org/retreats/ to learn more about the upcoming retreats and register online!

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