Benedictines of Our Saviour

"Let us set out on this way with the Gospel for our guide."  
                                             St. Benedict,  Prologue to the Rule

 "Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ.  
          And may He bring us all together to everlasting life!"
                     Rule of St. Benedict, Ch 72
We are an Anglican Benedictine Order in the Catholic Tradition. Our members are dispersed, and are single, married, lay and ordained.  Our members live at home with their families and, when possible, come together periodically in their local church for prayer, training/formation and fellowship.

We endeavor to follow the Rule of St. Benedict.

Please pray that God Who has begun His work in us may bring it to fulfillment.


Third Annual Chapter and Retreat.  Our Benedictines held their third Annual (Chapter) Meeting! The Minutes are available at the News tab. For More.

Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. Enters Eternal Life.  His Eminence Francis Eugene Cardinal George, O.M.I., eighth Archbishop of Chicago, was born in Chicago to Francis J. and Julia R. McCarthy George on January 16, 1937. He was the first native Chicagoan to serve as Archbishop of Chicago and the first Cardinal to retire as Archbishop of Chicago. Cardinal George passed away on Friday, April 17, 2015, at the Cardinal's Residence.

In accordance with Church law, Cardinal George submitted his letter of resignation as Archbishop of Chicago to Pope Benedict XVI on January 16, 2012, which was his 75th birthday.  Pope Francis named Most Rev. Blase J. Cupich as Cardinal George?s successor and the ninth Archbishop of Chicago on September 20, 2014.

Third Annual Chapter and Retreat.  Our next Annual Chapter/Retreat will be held at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, Conyers, GA from May 4th to May 7th, 2015.

Second Annual Chapter and Retreat.  Our Benedictines held their second Annual (Chapter) Meeting! For More.

  • Bishop Chad Jones, Sister Phoebe and Father Prior
    Bishop Chad Jones, Sister Phoebe and Father Prior
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