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The Benedictine Abbey of Saint Martin's, founded in Lacey, Washington in 1895 as a monastery of the American Cassinese Congregation, is a community of Roman Catholic men dedicated to providing Christian witness in the Pacific Northwest through its monastic life of prayer and work, education and service to the Church. Saint Martin's Abbey fulfills its mission through liturgical prayer and worship, through its support of Saint Martin's University and through its pastoral service to the local Church.
Saint Martin's Abbey
Saint Martin's Abbey
"How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!" (Romans 10:15)

Yesterday, one of our juniors, Br. Pascal-David Greene, OSB, began working in the mailroom with Br. Ramon. Today, it's Br. Pascal's name's day! May you have a blessed and joyful name's day, Br. Pascal, as you learn to bring the good news to our campus community.
Saint Martin's Abbey
Saint Martin's Abbey
Happy name's day to our own Br. Pachomius Hamor, OSB! We wish him many blessings on the feast of his namesake patron today.
Saint Martin's Abbey
Saint Martin's Abbey
As we conclude our annual retreat, we are grateful to Archbishop John Vlazny, former Archbishop of Portland, for directing our conferences and being available for confession and spiritual direction. These days of rest and spiritual recharging have meant a lot to us and the archbishop's humble words have encouraged us deeply. Thank you, Archbishop Vlazny!