August 2 – 5, 2020

What’s happening this year?

Steve Angrisano MA’19, popular Catholic musician and speaker with Oregon Catholic Press (, will be the main presenter on Monday, August 3. Angrisano has not only been a regular at the ‘One Bread, One Cup’ summer leadership conferences for high school youth at Saint Meinrad but he has also provided his musical talents and enthusiastic ministry on stages like World Youth Day and the National Catholic Youth Conferences.

Sr. Jeana Visel, OSB, and Dr. Kimberly Baker of Saint Meinrad’s Seminary and School of Theology will present at two different breakout sessions on Tuesday, August 4, after a morning conference by Fr. Denis Robinson, OSB.


Michael Ziemianski C’87 will be honored posthumously with the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Z, as he was affectionately called, served Saint Meinrad as Vice President of Development for 12 years. His classmate, Bishop J. Mark Spalding C’87 of the Diocese of Nashville, will preside at the Alumni Reunion Mass Tuesday afternoon.


On Monday night, we will also be celebrating 50 years of the UnStable! The UnStable was founded in 1970 and has since become a longstanding tradition on the grounds of Saint Meinrad for the many students over its half-century of service.


Anniversary Classes being celebrated
1960 (60th)*
1970 (50th)
1975 (45th)*
1980 (40th)
1995 (25th)
2010 (10th)
2015 (5th)

*- special anniversary class

Those able to attend will also have the chance to take tours of the campus, Abbey Caskets workshop, and the recent renovations at Monte Cassino Shrine. For visitors arriving Sunday evening, we will be showing Knives Out (2019) in St. Bede Theater. The film has garnered high praise as a new take on the “Who done it?” genre of movies, starring Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Toni Collette, and Jamie Lee Curtis.

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WATCH: Steve Angrisano talking about his experience of Pope Francis at the Festival of Families in Philadelphia, PA where he wrote the theme song for the youth conference.