Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas

Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas

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Congratulations, Father Roch. I wish I could be there for your anniversary mass.
5-9-21
HAPPY FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK (SUNDAY) TO ALL,
Revelation 12:9 - Bible Gateway
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And the great dragon was cast out — that serpent of old called the Devil and Satan, who deceiveth the whole world. He was cast out onto the earth, and his angels ...
The question is how did satan and his angels deceive the whole world?
FIRST: The easiest way is to change the name of or CREATOR and HIS Son. The name of our CREATOR given to Moses on Mt. Sinai (Mt Oreb) were the four letters YHVH. During Moses time there were no vowels and when we supply the vowels we pronounce it and write it as YAHUAH. The Jehovah’s Witness claim it was Jehovah. But there was no letter “J” during Moses time. Some people claim it to be YHWH and they get Yahweh. Again there was no letter “W” during Moses time.
Now, how do you get Allah, God, Jesus, Christ Buddha, etc. from YHVH? You cannot.
I would venture to say 99% of the people on earth worship Allah, God, Jesus, Christ, Buddha and other deities.
God is a generic pagan deity. Lord according to Strong’s Concordance and KJV of the Bible is Baal, the god of the heathen.
Christ was coined and popularized by Constantine the Great from the Hindu god called Krishna. And Jesus was taken from Zeus also coined and popularized by Constantine the Great. These happened around 270 AD.
There you have it. Satan is able to deceive the whole world by using Bible translators because they do not do their research and just follow Constantine. Wow. And churches use the Bible as the Pillar of their faith (beliefs).
SECOND: In 1859 an angel of satan appeared in the person of Charles Darwin with his theory of evolution. Challenging the very fact of YAHUAH’s creation.
So the 99% increased even more.
For all practical purposes satan is able to deceive the whole world.
The true name of our CREATOR is YAHUAH (YHVH), the true name of HIS Son our Savior is Yahusha meaning YAHUAH SAVES.
The name of HIS Holy Spirit is Ruach HaKodesh.
The three are co-existent but not co-equal. ELOHIM YAHUAH is the King of Kings. HE is the King of Creation. HE created the whole Universe, HE owns it and HE controls it. HE created every living and non-living thing. HE owns them all and HE controls them all including our life because HE can take it anytime HE wants to. HE controls the fate of nations and the destinies of people.
Man sinned and because King YAHUAH so loved the world HE created HIS Son to be the propitiation of our sin. HIS Son’s name is Yahusha which means YAHUAH saves. Yahusha reports to YAHUAH His FATHER our FATHER if we accepted Yahusha as our Savior. No one comes to the FATHER except through HIS Son, Yahusha. That is why we ask and we pray in His name.
King YAHUAH’s Holy Spirit, Ruach HaKodesh is the one who does the work. He also reports to King YAHUAH. He is the one who seals us so that we may live a victorious life.
This is how it works. A person prays to King YAHUAH in the name of our Savior Yahusha. If King YAHUAH likes your prayer HE commands HIS Holy Spirit Ruach HaKodesh to do it. King YAHUAH does not do anything. HE commands Ruach HaKodesh to do whatever needs to be done.
REMINDER: The prayer of a person who does not obey King YAHUAH’s Commandments are abominations to HIM and HE will not hear the person’s prayers.
Please share with your families and friends.
Your friendly Yahushian Missionary, Rudy
Another update on our community's health - things are looking up! We just celebrated Vespers together this evening for the first time in over six weeks!
Thank you Fr. Philip for the farewell mass for Ursuline.
Roc Kretsy and Cris Rabay. I probably didn't spell them right. These, and others from Cisterican abbey, made a didderence in my life. God Bless them!
Fr. Roch, Ecclesiology Spring 2018 #thebestteachersarecistercians
Congratulations to the Form IV students who were Confirmed yesterday in the Abbey Church!
What time is Mass on Palm Sunday?
Ring in 2018 with the Cistercian monks!

We are a monastic community of priests serving Cistercian Preparatory School, the University of Dallas, and parishes in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

www.cistercian.org

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Photos from Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas's post 09/09/2021

Encouraging news! Please welcome into your prayer our new novice, Br. Barnabas! Br. Barnabas – whose name means “son of encouragement” (cf. Acts 4:36 ) – comes to us from Texas A&M, where he just finished a master’s degree in physics after studying and serving as a teacher’s assistant for a few years. As a novice, he will work, study and pray in the monastery in order to deepen his discernment and discover whether God is calling him to our community. Please pray for him and for all the monks, and for every member of the larger Cistercian community. May we seek God always, and may we honor him as the most important reality of our lives.

Father Bayer: ‘Nourished Among the Mountains’ 09/06/2021

Father Bayer: ‘Nourished Among the Mountains’

Check out Fr. John's latest article in The Texas Catholic! It is about living our spiritual life "among the mountains", and he wrote it after accompanying twelve seminarians on a formation exercise with COR Expeditions in the wilderness of Utah.

Father Bayer: ‘Nourished Among the Mountains’ The official newspaper of the Diocese of Dallas

Photos from Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas's post 09/06/2021

On August 14, 2021, Br. Matthew was ordained a deacon and Br. Francis – now Fr. Francis – was ordained a priest. Just one day earlier, Br. Matthew professed his solemn vows, and Br. Christopher renewed his temporary vows. And the following day, the Solemnity of the Assumption, both Br. Matthew and Fr. Francis served for the first time in their new roles within the Church as Fr. Francis celebrated his first mass at Holy Trinity in Dallas, his home parish. As Bishop Burns pointed out at their ordinations, this is a wonderful “regeneration” of the monastery through an increase in vocations. Praise God. Let us pray that Br. Matthew and Fr. Francis, and all the monks, always search for God and serve His people well.

[08/12/21]   We have three days of joyful liturgies coming up this weekend! On Friday, August 13, Brother Christopher Kalan will renew his temporary vows, and Brother Matthew Hegemann will make his solemn profession. On Saturday, August 14, Brother Matthew will be ordained to the diaconate, and Brother Francis Gruber will be ordained to the priesthood. Both Masses will begin at 10am in the Abbey Church.

On Sunday, August 15, the newly ordained Father Francis will celebrate his first Mass at Holy Trinity in Dallas, his home parish. That Mass will begin at 11am.

Please join us if you are able!

Father Esposito: Edith Stein — philosopher, convert, martyr, saint 07/19/2021

Father Esposito: Edith Stein — philosopher, convert, martyr, saint

Here is Fr. Thomas' latest column for the Texas Catholic: a reflection on Saint Edith Stein, one of the most amazing saints of the 20th century!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/07/17/father-esposito-edith-stein-philosopher-convert-martyr-saint/

Father Esposito: Edith Stein — philosopher, convert, martyr, saint Few religious orders can match the Carmelites’ All-Star lineup for sanctity of life and brilliance of theological writings: John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, Thérèse of Lisieux, and Elizabeth of the Trinity are the heaviest hitters in this illustrious branch of contemplatives. Equal to those g...

06/16/2021

The Abbey is partnering with the Lumen Christi Institute at the University of Chicago to offer a monthly webinar series this June through September. The series is free and open to the public! Fr. Joseph, Fr. Abbot Peter, Fr. John and Fr. Roch will present.

https://www.lumenchristi.org/news/2021/06/monastic-wisdom-summer-webinar-series

The Abbey is partnering with the Lumen Christi Institute at the University of Chicago to offer a monthly webinar series this June through September. The series is free and open to the public! Fr. Joseph, Fr. Abbot Peter, Fr. John and Fr. Roch will present.

https://www.lumenchristi.org/news/2021/06/monastic-wisdom-summer-webinar-series

Photos from Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas's post 06/10/2021

On Sunday, June 6, 2021, we celebrated the diamond jubilee (60 years) of priesthood for Fr. Roch. He was ordained October 2, 1960 in Sankt Polten, Austria, but we waited to celebrate his jubilee until the summer of 2021 because of the pandemic. We’re glad we waited so that many friends of Fr. Roch and Cistercian could attend. He has been a beloved monk, priest, teacher, form master, novice master and friend to so many!

This won’t be the only jubilee this summer at Cistercian. We’ll celebrate Fr. Julius’ diamond jubilee on July 11! May God bless both of these men and grant them hearts full of peace and gratitude in the evening of their lives!

05/29/2021

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Wondering about the phrase "social justice" and its meaning? Check out Fr. John's last article in The Texas Catholic.

http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/05/08/father-bayer-social-justice/

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Father Esposito: How to Veer Off the Synodal Path 05/25/2021

Father Esposito: How to Veer Off the Synodal Path

The latest column by Fr. Thomas for the Texas Catholic is up: a reflection on the Pope's role in fostering unity, and threats to that unity!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/05/21/father-esposito-how-to-veer-off-the-synodal-path/

Father Esposito: How to Veer Off the Synodal Path As the successor of St. Peter, the bishop of Rome receives the command from Jesus to the first of the apostles as his own: “Strengthen your brothers” (Lk 22:32). Catholic theology has always understood that command, along with other references to Peter’s primacy (Mt 10:1-2; 16:16-18; Acts 1-2;...

04/25/2021

On April 17, 2021 the six Cistercian martyrs of Casamari (Italy), who were killed in 1799, were beatified. The beatification was presided over by Cardinal Marcello Semeraro, Prefect of the Congregation of the Causes of the Saints. Check our website for more information about these newest intercessors and sources of inspiration!
http://www.cistercian.org/abbey/news/abbey-news/

On April 17, 2021 the six Cistercian martyrs of Casamari (Italy), who were killed in 1799, were beatified. The beatification was presided over by Cardinal Marcello Semeraro, Prefect of the Congregation of the Causes of the Saints. Check our website for more information about these newest intercessors and sources of inspiration!
http://www.cistercian.org/abbey/news/abbey-news/

Father Bayer: Spiritual Direction 04/22/2021

Father Bayer: Spiritual Direction

Wondering about spiritual direction? Check out Fr. John's last article in The Texas Catholic!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/04/03/father-bayer-spiritual-direction/

Father Bayer: Spiritual Direction A healthy spiritual life is like a docile and trusting child happy to grow under a mother and father. In this image, we all need “spiritual direction” like we all need mothers and fathers, men and women ready to affirm, teach, console and challenge us. Like all good parents, our spiritual direct...

Virtual Book Presentation by Fr. Roch Kereszty, O.Cist. 04/20/2021

Virtual Book Presentation by Fr. Roch Kereszty, O.Cist.

Our beloved Fr. Roch Kereszty has recently published two books: "The Church of God in Jesus Christ: A Catholic Ecclesiology" (CUA Press) and "Rekindle the Gift of God: A New Handbook for Priests" (Ignatius Press). Please join him on Thursday, April 22 from 7:15 - 8:15 pm Central for a virtual presentation and Q&A to hear him reflect on his theological career and discuss his new books!

The Zoom link is available in the link below from the University of Dallas online calendar!
https://calendar.udallas.edu/event/virtual_book_presentation_by_fr_roch_kereszty_ocist#.YH9K0mdKgdU

Virtual Book Presentation by Fr. Roch Kereszty, O.Cist. Father Roch Kereszty, a Cistercian monk and retired UD theology professor, has recently published two books: The Church of God in Jesus Christ: A Catholic Ecclesiology (CUA Press) and Rekindle the Gift of God: A New Handbook for Priests (Ignatius Press). Please join Fr. Thomas Esposito on Thursday,....

Father Espostio: The path of life in Psalm 16 04/19/2021

Father Espostio: The path of life in Psalm 16

Here is the latest column by Fr. Thomas for the Texas Catholic: a reflection on Easter, the road to Emmaus story, and the beauty of Psalm 16!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/04/18/father-espostio-the-path-of-life-in-psalm-16/

Father Espostio: The path of life in Psalm 16 The official newspaper of the Diocese of Dallas

Father Bayer: The way of nature 03/30/2021

Father Bayer: The way of nature

Here is a link to "The Way of Nature", Fr. John's latest article in The Texas Catholic. Enjoy!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/03/19/father-bayer-the-way-of-nature/

Father Bayer: The way of nature Children are increasingly growing up among adults in politics, entertainment and academia who encourage them, even well before puberty, to adopt sexual profiles that conflict with Church teaching, such as transgenderism. This is confusing for those who trust the Biblical understanding of God’s des...

CistercianDallas - YouTube 03/25/2021

CistercianDallas - YouTube

Easter Triduum at the Abbey

We wish you and your family a most blessed Holy Week and Easter. Because we can use only 50% of our seating capacity in the Abbey Church, please join us on the Cistercian YouTube Channel for our services during the Holy Triduum:
4/1 - Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper 5:30 p.m.
4/2 - Good Friday Veneration of the Cross 5:30 p.m.
4/3 - Easter Vigil Mass 11:00 p.m.
4/4 - Easter Sunday Mass 9:00 a.m.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1lOBpEkqESc-p_mEQS9zw

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Father Esposito: Psychology and Care of the Soul 03/23/2021

Father Esposito: Psychology and Care of the Soul

Fr. Thomas' latest Texas Catholic column offers reflections on mental health from a priestly perspective. He references an amazing interview given recently by Bishop James Conley, who bravely addresses his recent struggles with depression and anxiety. We hope both the column and the interview give encouragement to those who are struggling with the same issues!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/03/21/father-esposito-psychology-and-care-of-the-soul/

Father Esposito: Psychology and Care of the Soul I am not a psychologist in the modern technical sense of the term. I have no training in matters dealing with the brain or nervous system, and I possess only a rudimentary knowledge of human biochemistry. But I do love uncovering the etymologies of words, and therefore I can say that I aim to be a p...

02/23/2021

Last week the monks faced down a tribe of seminarians in an EPIC snowball fight. One of the seminarians, Isaiah Minke, composed a tremendous ballad to honor the occasion (see below)!

May God bless these young men as they continue their formation!

The Cistercian Snow War of '21

Sing, O Muse! Blare the horn of war!
May spirits rise in frigid Lenten course
In year of plague when flagging humors tire.

The groundhog's portent ushered wondrous sight:
The sky released in spill of icy white.
Great the teachers' stress and consternation,
Greater still our RAVEing jubilation.
And so, with Lenten day begun,
And zealous holy course to run,
A raucous respite may be done.

Mark well yon Cistercians! Of habit white and black,
Of yonder graceful abbey where no intellect is slack.
They on that day did meet us, in skirmish on the hill,
And this but chance encounter beckoned greater test of skill.
The envoys went and parlayed, and all at once agreed,
By abbey's eaves at morning we all would do the deed:
A snowball fight 'mid brothers! A test of strength and speed.

Ride forth ye tribes of Peter, and James our Rector he!
To glory, fame, and honor, and fraternal charity!

Bishop Barron on Loving an Enemy This Lent 02/16/2021

Bishop Barron on Loving an Enemy This Lent

Dear Friends, Lent is here!

At the abbey, we will celebrate our usual daily mass (6:30am) on Ash Wednesday, but because of the icy weather keep in mind that it is also possible to receive ashes after mass on the first Sunday of Lent (i.e., this Sunday). So, if driving conditions are dangerous, please know that Ash Wednesday is not a holy day of obligation, and it will be possible to get ashes again this Sunday. In addition, because of the pandemic we will distribute ashes in a modified way according to the instructions provided by the Church: the priest will sprinkle ashes on the head of each penitent, thereby avoiding physical contact. As usual, our current capacity because of the pandemic is 120 people in the church.

To kick off your Lent, consider this reflection by Bishop Barron. God bless!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REtfXHQbx3k

Bishop Barron on Loving an Enemy This Lent The Church recommends three great spiritual practices for Lent: prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. But the readings during Lent suggest a fourth great practice...

Father Bayer: ‘Can the Church save marriage?’ 01/25/2021

Father Bayer: ‘Can the Church save marriage?’

Here are the latest articles from Fr. Thomas and from Fr. John:

http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/01/22/father-bayer-can-the-church-save-marriage/

http://www.texascatholic.com/2021/01/08/father-esposito-grace-at-work-in-infant-baptism/

Father Bayer: ‘Can the Church save marriage?’ In the July/August 2020 issue of Christianity Today, there is an article by Mark Regnerus, a sociologist at UT Austin, entitled “Vanishing Vows: Can the Church Save Marriage?” It previews his book, The Future of Christian Marriage, and reports interviews of young Christians in Mexico, Spain, Pol...

[01/15/21]   We have recently begun refinishing our pews in the Abbey Church. As we work through this process, over the next few weeks, there will be limited seating for our masses. We hope to continue to distance each family and will keep our capacity to roughly 50%, but please consider coming early if you’d like to have a seat in the central part of our church. Thank you for understanding!

texascatholic.com 12/24/2020

Father Bayer: Judgment

Here is Fr. John's last article in The Texas Catholic. It is on Advent, judgment and the coming of Christ.
http://www.texascatholic.com/2020/12/16/father-bayer-judgment/

texascatholic.com In Advent we meditate on the coming of Christ. Traditionally, we contemplate not only his coming at Christmas, but also his second coming at the end of time – his coming “in glory to judge the living and the dead” (as we say in the Nicene Creed).

12/14/2020

Libertas

Fr. John recently recorded a podcast with Libertas about discipline and the freedom for excellence. Enjoy!

https://libertasalive.com/blogs/altopodcast/ep33-discipline-the-freedom-to-excel-and-obedience-to-the-present-moment-w-fr-john-bayer

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Libertas is a Faith-inspired adventure brand, podcast and content resource seeking to encourage and challenge guys to navigate their lives with the light of Faith.

cistercian.org 12/13/2020

Fr. Anastasius John Brenner - Origins and History - Cistercian Abbey - Our Lady of Dallas

Blessed Janos (Anastaz) Brenner was a zealous young Cistercian priest who was martyred in Hungary in 1957 at the age of 26 and was beatified by the Church in 2018. You can read more about him on our website by clicking the link. Our Lady of Dallas has received a first-class relic of Bl. Janos that Abbot Peter will deposit in the altar of the Abbey Church at a solemn vespers service this Tuesday evening, December 15, 2020. Vespers begins at 6:00 pm and is open to the public! Bl. Janos, pray for us and all those we serve!

cistercian.org John Brenner was a young athletic teenager full of life, joy and mischief. He went to a Cistercian school only for a few years before the Communist government took over the Catholic schools. But the Cistercian experience remained a defining memory in his heart, and at the age of 18 he began the novi...

12/05/2020

Monks, a tree, ladders, and some Christmas lights. Our Lady, Untier of Knots, pray for us.

texascatholic.com 11/27/2020

Father Esposito: The Noble Truth of Advent

With the season of Advent about to begin, Fr. Thomas reflects on the meaning of suffering. In his latest Texas Catholic column, he contrasts the Buddhist understanding of suffering with the light of Christ that we prepare to receive in Advent. Enjoy!
http://www.texascatholic.com/2020/11/24/father-esposito-the-noble-truth-of-advent/

texascatholic.com Christians look to the light of Christ, the true light that knows no darkness or extinguishing (see John 1:4-5), to irradiate the gloom of their own suffering. Our efforts to purify the weak and fluttering flame of our heart from the ravenous cravings of selfishness, lust, and greed dim the light we...

11/26/2020

On Thanksgiving morning, the monks took it to the baseball field for a round of “monk ball” (think baseball with a tennis racquet and ball). Everyone performed brilliantly. Highlights include Fr. James’ RBI, Fr. Robert’s single, Fr. Julius’ diligent scorekeeping and Fr. Joseph’s devastating pitching. Of course, no one ever argued about the rules … but there was a little “fraternal correction” after some plays. The game ended at the top of the last inning, when Fr. John beaned Fr. Philip at the plate to secure three outs and prevent him from tying the game! Thus, Team Penguin defeated Team Oreo 11-10!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Gratitude and praise to God are right and life-giving!

texascatholic.com 11/16/2020

Father Bayer: Stacy Trasancos: Chemist, Mother and Synthesizer of Faith and Science

Here is Fr. John's latest article for The Texas Catholic. He writes about Stacy Trasancos, a chemist, mother and synthesizer of Catholic faith and modern science.
http://www.texascatholic.com/2020/11/14/father-bayer-stacy-trasancos-chemist-mother-and-synthesizer-of-faith-and-science/

texascatholic.com I recently read a great book about Catholicism and science, “Particles of Faith” by Stacy A. Trasancos. It seems suited for anyone interested in the topic, and especially for undergraduates and precocious high-school students, or science-minded Catholics looking for excitement as they nourish th...

Building the Kingdom of God

We are a community of men dedicated to monastic life in the Cistercian tradition at Dallas, Texas. Through monastic prayer, work and community life we seek to cooperate with God, as priests and teachers, as he builds his Kingdom.

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