Manual Labor



Welcome!  For over 900 years, Cistercian abbeys around the world are oases of prayer, work, beauty, silence and light - a place to dwell and delve deeper to the heart of Christ.  For us who make the Abbey of Our Lady of New Clairvaux our home, we invite you to come away a while and share in this oasis and we pray you carry with you that beauty, serenity and light you experience here back into our world.

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What words can convey the graced joy and hope this Paschal season holds as all Christians celebrate the mystery of the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The new life that transforms our sinful selves, our fallen world, and the darkness that threatens society provides hope that love conquers all in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Paschal peace from the monks of New Clairvaux.

live stream of sunday eucharist

We will continue to go live via YouTube once a week on Sunday.  Our Eucharistic liturgy will start at 7:30 a.m. every Sunday on YouTube.

St. Bernard Society Mass will be livestreamed on Monday 30, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. (previously scheduled for 10:30 a.m.).

Thank you for your continued support of our mission and ministry of prayer!

Divine office & mass

Guest retreatants are welcome to join the monks for the celebration of the Divine Office of Vigils (3:30 AM), Lauds (6:30 AM), Terce (9AM), Vespers (5:45 PM) and Compline (7:35 PM) during the weekdays.  

Daily Mass is open to the public on Sundays at 7:30 AM, and at 7 AM on Monday through Saturday. The communion cup is distributed to the monks only until further notice.  Vespers is open to the public daily at 5:45 PM.    Masks are required.    

The church will be closed for self-guided tours, as well as Vespers, on the following dates:

May 26; June 24, 29; July 2, 4, 11; August 15, 20; November 1, 14-19, 24; December 8, 26.     The church will be closed for Vespers only on June 4.

The church is always closed on Sundays except for Mass and Vespers.