Who are Benedictine Monks?
Benedictines are men and women who follow the Rule of St. Benedict, written around the year 530.
Benedictines live a communal life of prayer, work and mutual support under the direction of the Rule and a Superior.
Benedictines profess religious vows of Obedience, Stability and Ongoing Conversion.
Benedictine communities are found throughout the world, and each monastery has a unique character and identity.
Benedictine men and women have made significant contributions to the establishment and development of the Church in Oklahoma since its very beginnings.