Autumn in a Kentucky Monastery
We have delighted much in the change of seasons this autumn. We know once the leaves fall from the trees we will once again see much of the misery left over from the ice storm last February. But the Lord has been easing the transition for us by giving us a beautiful show.
Here is a hilarious sight!
During the ice storm this tree broke off just above the rope that was holding it in place.
That rusty old stake is STILL doing its job!
Enjoy the tour!
Fog over the lake at sunrise
St. Paul of the Cross trail
The glory of the Crabapple Tree
See the half moon?
Our “Monte Argentario”
Novitiate members out for an afternoon walk
St. Joseph keeping guard over his monastery
A glimpse of the panoramic view one sees when entering the grounds of St. Joseph Monastery and Guest House.
Have you made your annual retreat? I invite you to consider making a retreat on these holy grounds! Join us for the Liturgy…walk the grounds…rest in the silence of God’s presence.
O see how the cross is lifted up…to draw all men unto Him…
a day lived for the glory of God and salvation of souls…