YouTube Live Mass Link//Mass Worship Music Download

 

YouTube Live Link for any live Mass at St. Benedict's Monastery

You will use the link below for all future Sunday morning masses at 8:15 AM MT. You can jump on early, but you will not receive a live feed until 8:10 AM MT. Please use the Chat function on YouTube for prayer intentions. If the Chat function interferes with your worship, you can hide it. 

 

Link to Livestream Mass on YouTube Live for Jan 16th
 
Jan 16th Mass Music 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15qv_SIrqpmUYkGhzSwD-pWAA4vozpRwT/view?usp=drivesdk

Monastery is open to guests with the following conditions: Please visit our monastery if you are experiencing no Covid symptoms, fully vaccinated (including booster), and wear masks at all times while you are inside the monastery. The best consensus expert opinion about our current variant in this pandemic is: “We don’t fully know.” We are being extremely cautious but want to continue providing a dwelling place for spiritual reflection, silence, and awe.

 

 

 

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January 2nd Epiphany Sunday on YouTube Recording
 
Christmas Mass Livestream on YouTube Recording 
Dec 26th Mass Livestream on YouTube Recording
 
 
 2021 Advent Series from Father Damian on Dec 15th (Recording Link)
 
2022 Updated Schedule for January
(Lent 2022 Series Information Coming Soon)
 
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Terry’s Talks for January 2022
 
 
Reflecting on the Book:
 
BETSY SERAFIN
The Rose of Five Petals
 
TWO TALKS BY
Fr. Terry Ryan, CSP
 
Wednesdays at 2:00 PM MT
Part Two Jan 26th 2022
 
Zoom # 367 360 7803
 
Always check  snowmassbookstore.com for updated information. Please reach out to Christopher at snowmassbookstore@gmail.com with any questions.
 
Betsy was a convert to Catholicism and a life-long searcher in an effort to deepen her spiritual life centered on Jesus Christ.  She succumbed to no authority figures as she explored the many paths of other spiritual traditions when she discovered them.  She saw the interconnectedness of each of these paths. The five petals have various symbolic meanings for her.  Each petal can represent a stage in her life discovery.  One of her early childhood experiences of Catholicism was when she would go into a Catholic Church and light vigil candles without putting any money into the candle box.  But God was at work in her.  She believed that the path of the mystic is the way of the cross because the mystic gives up control in their relationship to Ultimate Reality.  As for the monastic life, Betsy believed that the home/workplace is as good or better occasion for growth than the cave or monastery.