Monastery News

Attend with the ear of your heart. This is advice from a father who loves you; welcome it, and faithfully put it into practice. The Rule of Saint Benedict Prologue: 1
Father Malachy Corley, 99, priest and monk of Monastery of the Holy Spirit died peacefully in the monastery infirmary on Friday May 4th at 3:00AM. with his monastic brothers at his side.
Father Richard J. Donarski OCSO, 87, died in the monastery infirmary on Saturday, March 17, 2012. He was born July 5, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois. His parents were Joseph J. Donarski and Martha (Klajbor) Donarski. He was baptized at Saint Mary of the Angels Church on North Wood Street in Chicago.
Holy Spirit Monastery celebrated two solemn professions in the months of January and February, 2012. Br. Hugh Vanasse, OCSO made solemn profession January 26, the Feast of the Cistercian Founders, and Br. Cassian Russell, OCSO, on February 29.
On Sunday, February 5, Brother Guillaume-Isaac received the novice habit in a ceremony held in the Holy Spirit Chapter room.
At the feast of Saints Robert, Alberic and Stephen, abbots and founders of the Cistercian Order, Br. Hugh made his solemn profession before the Holy Spirit Community in Conyers, Georgia.
For several years at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, an unexplained event has occured. One of the windows on the Monastery grounds is bedecked with lights, in a way unlike no other window on the grounds of the monk's home.
Saint Nicholas, (alias Santa Claus), paid a visit to the Holy Spirit Monastery Food Bank in the final days before Christmas.
This morning, FOX 5 Meteorologist Jeff Hill loaded up the FOX 5 Storm Chaser hit the road for a trip to Conyers, where he visited The Monastery of the Holy Spirit with a live broadcast.
This morning Channel 11-Alive featured the monastery in its morning show.
Saturday, October 1st was one of the special milestones in the history of the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. It was a day the brothers along with our many friends in the community, will remember for years to come.

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