May 19, 2016
Saint Anselm Abbey was featured in the most recent newsletter published by AIM USA, the United States Secretariat for the Alliance of International Monasticism. The article, written by Father Jerome Day, O.S.B., highlights the significance of the Abbey Church to the monastery and college. It also highlights the role Saint Anselm Abbey has played in helping monks from the third world receive higher education. The monks of Saint Anselm Abbey will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the dedication of the Abbey Church this July. The article also goes on to describe the three major apostolates of the abbey; Saint Anselm College, Woodside Priory School, and Saint Raphael Parish.
AIM International was founded in 1961 with the purpose of promoting monasticism in mission territories. AIM USA was founded in 1973 as the United States secretariat of AIM International. AIM USA's mission is to facilitate aid to third world monastic communities from monastic communities in the United States.
Read the article in AIM USA's Newsletter (PDF/3.9MB).