Norbertine Community of Santa María de la Vid Abbey

Norbertine Community of Santa María de la Vid Abbey

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HAPPY ST NORBERTS FEAST DAY to all Norbertines and Associates
Such a sad day for our Catholic community and Albuquerque in general. praying for his family, the Norbertine community, and Father Graham's soul. Reflecting on the fact that we are all here one day, and gone the next. Preparing our souls and being in friendship with God should be on our checklist of every day things to do. May he Rest in Peace. A beautiful soul that God blessed me to be able to know him and receive God's blessing through him on many occasions. He will be missed.
My heart goes out to all of you. Fr. Graham was a friend. Kind-hearted and open-minded. Filled with the Spirit. Rest in peace.
Edgar Cayce forecasts that when Mt Etna & Mt Pelee erupt at the same time that US has 90 days to evacuate California. The San Andreas fault goes.
The whole E coast is under water including Florida and the Mississippi turns into a bay and the Great lakes dump into the Gulf of Mexico.
Mt Etna has been erupting since 2014.
Google “US Navy Edgar Cayce future map and you can see the water changes.

Mount Pelée is erupting now. It also erupted in 1902 and killed almost 30,000 people, making it the deadliest eruption in the whole of the 20th century.
Pelee started erupting for the first time in over 100 years around Dec. 4, 2020.
I pray for China Italy, Astrulia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe other countries that affected by Corona Virus God to take control we are asking for your healing power God and help us in this trouble if we are alone God can't do anything without you Lord ask you in Jesus Christ name Amen
Dear Norbertines:

You are invited to our St. Paul Lutheran Church
**BOOK SALE**

Sunday, 10:45, January 26. Fellowship Hall. Visit over coffee, tea, and a pastry.

Browse the great books we are downsizing from our Library.

For a Contribution: Carry as many books as you can. Buy all Green Books. Need a Bookmark? Try a silent auction! The more you take, the less we recycle. Pr. Kristi Koppel will open a surprise gift at 11 pm.

Call Angela Robbins with questions.
505-263-5799
A Blessed year of 2019 to you, Fr. Graham.
Hello! What are your morning and evening prayer times during this season? I was thinking of stopping in sometime.
This place is beautiful and peaceful as the night sky. I love this place.
Dating, Engaged and Married Couples are invited to the "Nurture Your Love" relationship skills program! Come and enrich and strengthen your relationship with one another.
Special VIP Movie Screening of Gosnell - the true story you don’t want to miss. Sept 26 in Albuquerque

My name is Aileen, I’m working with the producers of the movie Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer which is about the investigation and trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. The movie exposes the coverup the government and media did for nearly two decades while thousands of children were killed. While the subject is mature in manner, the film is not graphic or explicit as early previews have included teenagers. The movie is rated PG-13.

We are having a VIP Preview on September 26, 2018 - 7:00 pm. RIO 24

For FREE tickets please register here http://gosnellknkt.doattend.com

One of the filmmakers or cast members will be at the screening for Q&A. Please share link with any other area pastors, volunteers or supporters.

Watch the trailer at www.gosnellmovie.com

Email me any questions. We hope to see you at the movie.

“A"
Aileen Milton
thevillagesconservativemedia.com
[email protected]

The Abbey of Santa Maria de la Vid is the community of Canons Regular of Premontre in the Southwest. We live a life of community, contemplation and compassionate service in the Roman Catholic tradition.

http://www.norbertinecommunity.org

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Saint Benedict | Franciscan Media 07/11/2021

Saint Benedict | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Benedict who was born in Nursia, a village high in the mountains northeast of Rome around the year 480. He had a twin sister named Scholastica. His parents sent Benedict to Rome for classical studies but he found the life of the eternal city too degenerate for his tastes.

This was a time when the Roman Empire was ripping apart. Invading tribes from the north were overrunning the land, looting and killing. With the future so precarious many lived as if there were no tomorrow, some in licentiousness and some in solitude and silence with God. Benedict fled Rome to a place called Subiaco.

For several years Benedict lived in a cave on a high and nearly inaccessible cliff. But even there, people found him and many came to join him, though not all were willing to live as austerely as did Benedict. Following his example, his sister, Scholastica, founded convents for nuns.

Around the year 530, when he was nearly fifty years old, Benedict founded Monte Cassino, a monastery where everyone lived a common life under one roof. Based on the Rule of Saint Basil, other monastic rules and his own experience, Benedict devised a way of life that divided the day into times of prayer, study and work. When this way of life was codified, it became a model and rule for monasticism and influenced western monasticism, canons regular and all other forms of religious life down the ages. He died in 550.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-benedict

Saint Benedict | Franciscan Media

07/09/2021

Happy birthday, Archbishop Emeritus Michael J. Sheehan! May God bless you now and always.

[07/09/21]   Today the Order of the Canons Regular of Prémontré honors the Martyrs of Gorkum among whom were Adrian Jansen and James Lacops, Canons Regular of Prémontré. On June 29, 1572, the city of Gorkum in Holland surrendered to the Calvinists. Soldiers hunting for gold and silver sacred vessels, took nineteen priests and religious captive; they were imprisoned, starved and beaten. On July 7, they were marched with their clothes half torn off to Briel. On their way they sang the Litany of the Saints. In Briel they were interrogated at length by Calvinist ministers and were offered freedom if they would deny the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the primacy of the Roman Pontiff. When they refused, they were taken to a sacked and deserted monastery on the outskirts and hanged. Besides the Norbertines, there were eleven Franciscans, an Augustinian, a Dominican, and four secular priests who were hanged from the rafters of a barn in Gorkum and received the crown of martyrdom.

https://premontre.org/about-us/saints-and-blesseds-page/?item=1100

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media 07/06/2021

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Maria Goretti who was the daughter of a poor Italian tenant farmer. She had no chance to go to school and she never learned to read or write. When she made her first communion not long before her death, she was one of the larger and somewhat backward members of the class.

On a hot afternoon in July, Maria was sitting on top of the stairs of her house mending a shirt, she was not quite twelve years old, but physically mature. A cart stopped outside, and a neighbor Alessandro, 18 years old, ran up the stairs. He seized her and pulled her into a bedroom. She struggled and tried to call for help, gasping that she would be killed rather than submit. Alessandro began striking at her blindly with a long dagger.

She was taken to a hospital. Her last hours were marked by the usual compassion of the good – concern about where her mother would sleep, forgiveness of her murderer, and her faith-filled welcoming of viaticum, her last Holy Communion. She died about 24 hours after the attack. Both Maria’s mother and Alessandro were present when she was canonized by in 1950.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-maria-goretti

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media 07/06/2021

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Maria Goretti who was the daughter of a poor Italian tenant farmer. She had no chance to go to school and she never learned to read or write. When she made her first communion not long before her death, she was one of the larger and somewhat backward members of the class.

On a hot afternoon in July, Maria was sitting on top of the stairs of her house mending a shirt, she was not quite twelve years old, but physically mature. A cart stopped outside, and a neighbor Alessandro, 18 years old, ran up the stairs. He seized her and pulled her into a bedroom. She struggled and tried to call for help, gasping that she would be killed rather than submit. Alessandro began striking at her blindly with a long dagger.

She was taken to a hospital. Her last hours were marked by the usual compassion of the good – concern about where her mother would sleep, forgiveness of her murderer, and her faith-filled welcoming of viaticum, her last Holy Communion. She died about 24 hours after the attack. Both Maria’s mother and Alessandro were present when she was canonized by in 1950.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-maria-goretti

Saint Maria Goretti | Franciscan Media

Saint Elizabeth of Portugal | Franciscan Media 07/04/2021

Saint Elizabeth of Portugal | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Elizabeth of Portugal who was named after her great aunt, St. Elizabeth of Hungary. She was queen of Portugal and a devoted mother. She was also a peacemaker in the royal family who had a great love for the poor. Upon her husband’s death, she became a Third Order Franciscan. She is patron of Catholic Charities.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-elizabeth-of-portugal

Saint Elizabeth of Portugal | Franciscan Media

Saint Thomas | Franciscan Media 07/03/2021

Saint Thomas | Franciscan Media

Today the honors the apostle Thomas. When Lazarus died, Jesus decided to go to Bethany in Judea although the authorities there were threatening to arrest him. Thomas told the rest of the apostles, “We may as well go with him so we can also die with him.”

When Jesus said: “I go to prepare a place for you. You know how to get there.” Thomas was the one who replied: “Teacher, we don’t know where you’re going. How are we supposed to know how to get there?” And Thomas was the one who was absent when Jesus, after his resurrection, first appeared to the other Apostles. When Thomas was told about this, he said: “Unless I see the nail wounds in his hands and put my finger into them, unless I put my hand into the wound on his side, I won’t believe.” And Thomas was the one who, when he did see Jesus, said “My Lord and my God.”

Thomas was called Didymus, but we know nothing about his twin. The Syro-Malabar Christians in southwest India were converted by the apostle Thomas.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-thomas

Saint Thomas | Franciscan Media

First Martyrs of the Church of Rome | Franciscan Media 06/30/2021

First Martyrs of the Church of Rome | Franciscan Media

Today the Church commemorates the first martyrs of the Church in Rome. Under the Emperor Nero, the Jewish community in Rome was blamed for many problems in society, and they were also persecuted. Among them, the Christians were also singled out for arrest, torture, and death.

In July of the year 64 CE, a huge fire consumed two-thirds of Rome. It began in an area of shops near the Circus Maximus, and burned for about ten days. The citizens came to believe that Nero was responsible for setting the fire, so to divert suspicion from himself, he blamed the Jews of Rome, including the Christian Jews, for setting the fire. Many more Christians were put to death. Peter and Paul were possibly among them.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/first-martyrs-of-the-church-of-rome

First Martyrs of the Church of Rome | Franciscan Media

Taizé can bring us together 06/29/2021

Taizé can bring us together

And yet another reminder of how much Fr. Graham gave to our Abbey, the local community, and the universal church. This is also a tribute to all of those involved in bringing the Taizé service to our community every month; thank you for all your hard work.

https://uscatholic.org/articles/202106/taize-can-bring-us-together/

Taizé can bring us together The spirit of Taizé is one of trust, hope, and unity that brings diverse communities together regardless of faith differences.

Saints Peter and Paul | Franciscan Media 06/29/2021

Saints Peter and Paul | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saints Peter and Paul. The joint feast of Peter and Paul on June 29 probably goes back, in the Roman calendar, to the time of Constantine. Tradition says that both of these apostles died during the persecution of Christianity and Judaism ordered by the Emperor Nero. Peter, according to legend, was crucified head-down because he did not believe that he deserved to die as Jesus had, and Paul, as a Roman citizen, could not be crucified so he was killed with a sword. Peter and Paul came from radically different backgrounds. Each had quite different gifts and quite different weaknesses. Peter was a fisherman from the town of Bethsaida, married, and in business with his brother, Andrew.

Paul was born in the Diaspora of a Jewish family with Roman citizenship. He studied at Jerusalem in the rabbinical school of Gamaliel and he had some background in secular studies, such as Greek rhetoric and, probably, some Greek philosophy. Paul was a self-analyzing intellectual, Peter was outgoing, used to manual labor, and a salesman. Peter denied Jesus but became the rock foundation of his church. Paul persecuted Christ's followers but became his greatest interpreter. What Christianity would be like without them is unimaginable.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saints-peter-and-paul

Saints Peter and Paul | Franciscan Media We celebrate two great saints today, Saints Peter and Paul. Saint Peter is often considered the Apostle to the Jews and Saint Paul to the Gentiles (based, most probably, on his extensive travels among the Gentiles). Together they witnessed to the budding of Christianity, and both laid down their liv...

Saint Irenaeus | Franciscan Media 06/28/2021

Saint Irenaeus | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Irenaeus, a bishop and martyr, who was born around the year 130. The Church is fortunate that Irenaeus was involved in many of its controversies in the second century. He was a student, well trained, with great patience in investigating issues. He was tremendously protective of apostolic teaching, but prompted more by a desire to win over his opponents than to prove them in error.

As bishop of Lyons, France he was especially concerned with the Gnostics, who took their name from the Greek word for "knowledge." Claiming access to secret knowledge imparted by Jesus to only a few disciples, their teaching was attracting and confusing many Christians.

After thoroughly investigating the various Gnostic sects and their "secret," Irenaeus showed to what logical conclusions their tenets led. These he contrasted with the teaching of the apostles and the text of Holy Scripture, giving us, in five books, a system of theology of great importance to subsequent times. Moreover, his work, widely used and translated into Latin and Armenian, gradually ended the influence of the Gnostics.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-irenaeus

Saint Irenaeus | Franciscan Media

Saint Cyril of Alexandria | Franciscan Media 06/27/2021

Saint Cyril of Alexandria | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Cyril who was born in Alexandria about the year 347. Cyril is an example of those people whose virtue shines in one area, though their passion for religion may blind them in other ways. Cyril was recognized as a great teacher of the Church, but he began his career as archbishop of Alexandria, Egypt, with impulsive, often violent actions. He pillaged and closed the churches of the Novatian heretics, participated in the deposing of St. John Chrysostom, and confiscated Jewish property, expelling the Jews from Alexandria in retaliation for their attacks on Christians.

Cyril's importance for theology and Church history lies in his championing the cause of orthodoxy against the heresy of Nestorius. The controversy centered around the two natures in Christ. Nestorius would not agree to the title "God-bearer" for Mary. He preferred "Christ-bearer," saying there are two distinct persons in Christ (divine and human) joined only by a moral union. He said Mary was not the mother of God but only of the man Christ, whose humanity was only a temple of God. Nestorianism implied that the humanity of Christ was a mere disguise.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-cyril-of-alexandria

Saint Cyril of Alexandria | Franciscan Media

Photos from Norbertine Community of Santa María de la Vid Abbey's post 06/26/2021

Today close friends of Fr. Graham Golden gathered for the Golden Way Pilgrimage; thank you to the New Mexico Pilgrimage for Unity for organizing this event.

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Nativity of Saint John the Baptist | Franciscan Media 06/24/2021

Nativity of Saint John the Baptist | Franciscan Media

Today the Church celebrates the birth of John, who was called "the Baptiser," This feast is one of the oldest in the Roman calendar.

The Gospel of Luke gives a dramatic account of Mary's visit to John's mother, Elizabeth, while both women were pregnant, and then another amazing story about the way in which John was named by his father, Zechariah. According to tradition, Mary's visit and John's birth took place near today's village of Ain-Karim, six miles west of Jerusalem.

We know little about John except his preaching mission, which began about thirty years after his birth. John called the people to reform, and his preaching was so powerful, many people thought that he might be the messiah. This belief later caused tension between John's disciples and those of his cousin, Jesus, who took up John's preaching task after John was arrested and killed by order of King Herod for denouncing Herod's illicit marriage to his brother's wife.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/nativity-of-saint-john-the-baptist

Nativity of Saint John the Baptist | Franciscan Media

2021 | Art at the Abbey 06/22/2021

2021 | Art at the Abbey

Call for Artists. Our annual art exhibition will take place in October and early November this year. If you are interested in submitting you artwork for consideration in this year's show please contact Celina Chavez ([email protected], 505-803-1409 ext. 237) or visit the website listed below for more information. We look forward to seeing you, and possibly your artwork, in the Fall.

https://www.artattheabbey.com/one-heart-one-mind

2021 | Art at the Abbey If you are interested in participating (or you know someone who might be interested), please submit the following via email:

Saint Thomas More | Franciscan Media 06/22/2021

Saint Thomas More | Franciscan Media

Today the Church honors Saint Thomas More, who was born in London in 1478 and educated at Oxford. Thomas was elected to Parliament when he was still in his twenties. More's Utopia was published in 1516, and his knowledge and ready wit attracted the attention of the young King Henry VIII, who appointed More to a series of government posts. When Cardinal Wolsey could not obtain the divorce decree from Rome which the King so desperately wanted, Henry deposed Wolsey and in 1529 named More as Lord Chancellor of England. Just a few short years later, however, in 1532, More resigned this post and retired to his home because he could not support the King's actions concerning his divorce and the Church.

In 1534, he refused to take the Oath of Supremacy and the Oath of Succession which acknowledged the child of Henry and Anne Boleyn as the legitimate successor to the throne and was confined to the Tower of London. Fifteen months later, Thomas More was put on trial. He was found guilty of treason, but on the scaffold he reminded the spectators that he was "the King's good servant, but God's first."

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-thomas-more

Saint Thomas More | Franciscan Media

Albuquerque City Councilors approve renaming street after late priest 06/22/2021

Albuquerque City Councilors approve renaming street after late priest

The quest for an enduring memorial to our dear brother, Fr. Graham Golden OPraem took a major step at the City Council last night. Thank you Klarissa Pena and your staff. The County Commission is up next then the major hurdle, the New Mexico Department of Transportation.
https://www.krqe.com/news/politics-government/albuquerque-city-councilors-approve-renaming-street-after-late-priest/

Albuquerque City Councilors approve renaming street after late priest ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque City Council gave the go-ahead to rename a stretch of Coors Boulevard for a local priest killed in a crash. Father Graham Golden was hit and killed while pull…

Saint Aloysius Gonzaga | The Society of Jesus 06/21/2021

Saint Aloysius Gonzaga | The Society of Jesus

Today we the Church honors Saint Aloysius Gonzaga who was born in 1568 in Lombardy. As a son of a princely family, he grew up in royal courts and army camps. His father wanted Aloysius to be a military hero.

He and his brother were sent to school in Florence for two years before they were transferred to the court of the Duke of Mantua, where a painful kidney disease kept Aloysius in his rooms, reading and praying. One book described the work of the Jesuit missionaries in India, and reading this seems to have planted the desire in him to join the Society of Jesus. As a young teenager he began to live like a monk, and he taught catechism to the poor children in the neighborhood.

Despite his experiences in the Spanish court, Aloysius preserved the desire to become a Jesuit. In 1584, the Gonzaga brothers were permitted to return to Italy. Despite much resistance from his father and most of his relatives, Aloysius entered the Jesuit novitiate in Rome at the age of 18.

In 1591, a plague hit Rome and the Jesuits opened a hospital for the victims. Aloysius was one of the volunteers and along with several other members of the Society, caught the plague. He was anointed and given viaticum, and he seemed to recover. Three months later, he grew very week and he received viaticum again. He died on June 21; four months shy of his twenty-fourth birthday.

We wish our Jesuit friends at Immaculate Conception Albuquerque a happy feast day and bid them a sad farewell as they prepare to end their ministry in New Mexico.

https://www.jesuits.global/saint-blessed/saint-aloysius-gonzaga/

Saint Aloysius Gonzaga | The Society of Jesus The Society of Jesus was founded in 1540 by Saint Ignatius Loyola and his companions. The mission of the Jesuits is a mission of justice and reconciliation, working so that women and men can be reconciled with God, with themselves, with each other and with God’s creation.

The Norbertines of Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey

We are bearers of the Norbertine tradition established in 1121 in the valley of Prémontré, France. Like St. Norbert’s first community, our priests, brothers, men in formation, oblates, and lay associates are dedicated to living, praying, and learning together on our journey into God. Active sharing in the heart and mind of Christ through liturgy, learning, and life is the Norbertine way.

On September 8, 1985, the Feast of the Nativity of Mary, St. Norbert Abbey in Wisconsin created a permanent foundation in New Mexico to be known as Santa Maria de la Vid Priory. The name - which means Our Lady of the Vine - was adopted in memory of one of the first Norbertine abbeys in 12th-century Spain. In 2012, our Priory became an Abbey.

We Norbertines experience the Abbey as the contemplative center of our spiritual life from which we go forth to our active ministries in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Our ministries include parish, educational, and pastoral outreach. Norbertines serve as pastoral ministers at Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Community, St. Augustine Church at Isleta Pueblo, St. Edwin Church, and at Presbyterian Hospital. In collaboration with our ecumenical friends and St. Norbert College, we sponsor a Master of Theological Studies program here at the Abbey. Members of the Norbertine Community also serve as spiritual directors and retreat facilitators, participate in interfaith dialogue and action, and serve the marginalized including the poor, immigrants, the imprisoned, and the sick and dying.

The Rule of Saint Augustine, which we follow, calls us before all else to “live together in harmony, being of one mind and one heart on the way to God.” The fullness of the Norbertine way of life includes a commitment to reconciliation and peace. We pray that all who visit Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey will experience this peace as well.

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Solemn Vespers to Inaugurate the 900th Anniversary of The Order of Premontre
Thanksgiving Day Mass from the Abbey!
Graham Golden OPraem - live

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5825 Coors Blvd SW
Albuquerque, NM
87121-6700

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Over 400 years after the Roman Catholic Faith was brought to New Mexico we as Norbertines, Canons Regular of Premontre, are planting the seeds of our ancient tradition to live a life of community, contemplation and compassionate service with the people of God in the southwestern United States. The Norbertine Order is now nearly 900 years old, one of the oldest Roman Catholic religious orders in the world. In the valley of Premontre in France, a small group of men gathered on Christmas Eve, 1121. Led by Norbert of Xanten in Germany, they committed themselves to God, to one another, and to the vita apostolica or to the life as the early christians did. They built an abbey at Premontre to be the first home of their service. Communities of Norbertine priests, brothers, sisters and laity can now be found around the world.
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