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Activities and Accommodations

Monastic Prayer Schedule
Times for Divine Office vary with the seasons and feast days. 
The monastic prayer schedule is subject to change. Please confirm times with members of the community.

Monday through Saturday
7:15 AM Readings and Morning Praise (Office of Readings and Lauds)
12:30 Midday Praise
4:00 PM Mass - followed by Afternoon Praise (Vespers)
               No Mass on Saturday
Friday
4:00 PM Mass followed by Vespers
4:30 PM Adoration and Rosary
4:30 PM Stations of the Cross (During Lent)

Sunday Schedule
7:15 AM Readings and Morning Praise (Office of Readings and Lauds)
10:15 Midday Praise followed by
10:30 Mass
1:30 PM Afternoon Praise (Vespers)


On the grounds of HTM:
Guesthouse 
Monte Cassino RV Park 
Meditation Garden
Trinity Library 
Monastery Bookstore and Gift Shop 
Brother Cadfael Conservatory
Outdoor Stations of the Cross - starting in cemetery
Walking Trails
These are open for all guests and visitors

Days of Reflection and retreats are offered. 
Meeting rooms are available, and pilgrimage groups and other tours are welcomed. 
The chapel and grounds are open to the public for personal time of prayer and solitude.

Due to the presence of deep ponds and continuing construction, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. All construction sites are off limits. Speed limit through the property is 5 MPH.

 

 
FALL FESTIVAL
 
Since 1979 the second full weekend of November, a festival is held as a fundraiser for various building and equipment projects around the monastery. In recent years some of those proceeds have also gone to projects of their outreach to a school and orphanage in Mexico.
 
 
 
 
Vendors from many places, such as Arizona, California, New Mexico, Colorado and Mexico, convene for the two day event.  And various entertainers perform on the stage as well in the chapel.

A selection of food venues dot the area are provided by the monastery. While positions of leadership for all the committees are usually taken by residential and local oblates, a large number of volunteers come from all around to make it a successful event.