Tours are often part of the reunion experience. They reacquaint you with places you haven’t seen in years or introduce you to new buildings and renovations.
These virtual tours are here for you to watch and share at your leisure. We hope these videos are a small gesture of the Saint Meinrad hospitality you have experienced on the Hill.
*Closed captioning is available on most videos.
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These grounds have evolved over the 160-plus years the monks of Saint Meinrad have called Southern Indiana their home. The beauty of the outdoor scenery, combined with the buildings that serve the guests and school community, is witness to the spirit of hospitality you have come to know well.
The Church is the spiritual center of the Hill and where the monastic community gathers to pray the Divine Office and celebrate Mass for the Church and the whole world. Fr. Harry Hagan, OSB, will introduce you to the history of the structure and the unique elements that give life to the liturgy at Saint Meinrad.
Also known as the Seminary Chapel (and previously the College Chapel), this place of worship houses our current seminarians during the school year and the many visitors who come for the “One Bread, One Cup” liturgical conferences during the summer. Fr. Julian Peters, OSB, will take you around the chapel and show you the ways it has changed over time, but remains a holy space for priestly and lay formation.
The UnStable, Saint Meinrad’s on-campus pub, was opened in March 1970 and has undergone many changes. What has not changed are the good memories and ways that this special place has brought people together for over 50 years. Fr. Julian Peters, OSB, will be your tour guide and host!
The Monte Cassino Shrine sits upon a hillside near the Archabbey. Many pilgrims have made their way to these hallowed grounds, and the recent renovations have ensured this place of prayer will remain for years to come.
Owned and operated by the monks of Saint Meinrad Archabbey, since 1999, Abbey Caskets sells simple, affordable and high-quality woodworking, which includes caskets, cremation urns and custom church furniture.
All proceeds support the prayer and work of the monks of Saint Meinrad Archabbey. Learn more at www.abbeycaskets.com.