Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Adventures of Henry Thoreau

Earlier this week we finished the biography of Dietrich Bonhoffer, Pastor, Martyr,Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas.  We have since begun to read Michale Sims’s The Adventures of Henry Thoreau:  A Young Man’s Unlikely Path to Walden Pond. Advertisements

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Order of Saint Benedict of New Hampshire

On August 1, 1889, 125 years ago today, the New Hampshire state legislature established the Order of Saint Benedict of New Hampshire as a charitable corporation for the purposes of educating the young and establishing churches.  From its very beginning, … Continue reading

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Abbot Mark’s remarks on the 125th anniversary

Abbot Mark Cooper, O.S.B. made the following remarks at a small ceremony outside Alumni Hall earlier today for the 125th founding of the college. Welcome to all as we offer thanks for all that has been, all that has made … Continue reading

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Mass for the 125th Founding Anniversary

Abbot Mark Cooper, OSB, abbot of Saint Anselm’s and Chancellor of the College gave the following homily this morning at mass, in honor of the anniversary of the founding of the monastery and college on August 1, 1889. “If the … Continue reading

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