Sung Mass and Divine Office

Prayer Times

The Abbey Church, completed in 1982, is the spiritual centre of the seminary and monastery. Architecturally, it has become widely known as a beautiful, awe-inspiring building, a sacred space in which to worship God. Its stained glass windows, and vaulted ceiling inspire the onlooker to think of the power and grandeur of God. All are welcome to join us in lifting up our hearts to sing God’s praises.

Prayer Times

Our Liturgical Schedule

TODAY
  • Lauds: 5:05 am
  • Sung Mass: 6:30 am
  • Midday Prayer: 11:55 am
  • Vespers: 5:30 pm
  • Vigils: 7:15 pm
Want to know the times you can join the monks for prayer in the abbey church on any given day in the year?
Click or tap on a day in the following Calendar:

March 2024

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
2
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
3
  • Third Sunday of Lent
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
4
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
5
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
6
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
7
  • Sts. Perpetua & Felicity (Memorial )
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
8
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
9
  • St. Frances of Rome (Memorial )
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
10
  • Fourth Sunday of Lent
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
11
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
12
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
13
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
14
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
15
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
16
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
17
  • (In other years Commemoration of St. Patrick)
  • Fifth Sunday of Lent
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
18
  • St. Cyril of Jerusalem (Commemoration)
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
19
  • St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Solemnity)
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
20
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
21
  • The Passing of our Blessed Father Benedict (Solemnity)
  • Lauds
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
22
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
23
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
24
  • Palm Sunday of our Lord's Passion
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
25
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
26
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
27
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils
28
  • Holy Thursday
  • Lauds
  • Lauds
  • Midday Prayer
  • Confessions
  • Mass of Our Lord`s Supper
29
  • Good Friday
  • Lauds
  • Midday Prayer
  • Confessions
  • Liturgy of Good Friday
  • Vespers
  • Night Prayer
30
  • Holy Saturday
  • Lauds
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Confessions
  • Easter Vigil
31
  • Easter Vigil
  • Easter Sunday, Resurrection of our Lord
  • Lauds
  • Sung Mass
  • Midday Prayer
  • Vespers
  • Vigils

Confession

(Sacrament of Reconciliation)

A priest is available for confessions in the Abbey Church on Sundays from 9:30 to 9:50 a.m.

“In the sight of the angels, I will sing praise to you, O God.”

Rule of St. Benedict, Chapter 19