We are building a monastery to last the ages.

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The church ought to be a building that will serve for generations. It should transcend time and culture… the church ought to be of a significant mass, built with solid foundations and thick walls. This is related to durability… a good solid mass of stone enables the church to be an icon of Christ and reflects the solid base of the Sacred Liturgy…
— Rev. James W. Jackson, FSSP "Nothing Superfluous"
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“My price is… your prayers.”

Bill Oyler - from The Catholic Rural Life article, September, 2018

Catholic Rural Life has featured our Carmel in a 2-part story on their website!


Bill Oyler is a fifth-generation farmer in Biglerville, PA. He is more than familiar with the daily struggle of maintaining a healthy, organic family farm in the midst of today’s commercialized fast-food culture. Those struggles, however, haven’t stopped him from contributing his time and resources…

Click here to read more!

The time-honored skills and crafts,

solemn and sacred liturgies, music, literature, and even the very methods and materials our homes have been built from for centuries are are being brought back to life here in this small corner of the world.  The strong stones dug from the soil by our forefathers and the simple, heavy timber beams of the past will be used to support this new monastery.

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