That in all things
God may be glorified.
From the holy feast of Easter until Pentecost, without intermission, let Alleluia be said both with the psalms and with the responsories.
Let all guests that happen to come be received as Christ, because He is going to say: “A Guest was I and ye received Me.”
Day by day, the monks of the community, joined by the faithful of the region, celebrate the liturgies in this House of God, singing Gregorian chant in Latin as well as prayers in German.Mehr erfahren
As the very centre of the monastery, spiritual and art-historical, the abbey church can be seen as one of the extraordinary sights of German national importance.Mehr erfahren
Benedictine monastery Neresheim
In the name of The Lord, we greet you at Neresheim Abbey.
The Conventual Prior Father Albert, O.S.B., with The Benedictine monastic Community of Neresheim Abbey, joined by the staff of the abbey’s companies, invite you to meet past and present of our monastery, and they are looking forward to your visit here at the Abbey.
Neresheim abbey, founded in 1095, settled by monks in 1106, closed by state authorities in 1802, resettled by monks from Beuron Archabbey and Emaus Abbey, Prague, in 1919, at present is part of the Benedictine congregation of Beuron, and is situated in the roman catholic diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
The city of Neresheim is a small town in southwestern Germany, situated in a beautiful rural countryside, in the eastern part of the state of Baden-Württemberg.
For it is by progressing in the life of conversion and faith that, with heart enlarged and in ineffable sweetness of love, one runs in the way of God’s commandments.
THE RULE OF ST. BENEDICT, Prologue 49
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