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Born 19 February 1890 in Weichtungen, Bad Kissingen District, GermanyDeath October 1950 in Pyongyang Prison, North Korea
신앙의 증인 – 신보니파시오와 김치호 베네딕도와 동료 순교자들 (1) Abbot-Bishop Boniface (Josef) Sauer OSBBuilder of the Benedictine Mission in KoreaBorn January 10, 1877 in Oberufhausen, Hesse, GermanyDeath February 7, 1950 in Pyongyang prison, North Korea
IN CHRISTO OMNES UNUM SUMUS † Abbot Odo (Walter) Haas OSB – Korean name: 오도환吳道煥 Abbot Odo Haas, the first abbot of Waegwan Abbey, died because of a chronic disease on 17 February, 2019 at thirteen minutes past three in the afternoon at Fatima Hospital in Daegu. We ask for your prayers so that Abbot Odo may find true peace in God. He was 88 years […]
Abbot Em. Odo Haas of Waegwan Abbey passed away on Feb. 17. Please remember him in your prayer.
2018 성탄 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 수도원을 아끼시는 은인 친지 여러분들께, 하느님 아버지께서 우리를 얼마나 사랑하고 계신지를 보여주시고 또 그 사랑에 초대하기 위해 우리에게 오신 아기 예수님의 성탄을 진심으로 기뻐하며, 그 크신 사랑과 기쁨을 함께 나누고 싶습니다. 2018년 한해도 아낌없는 사랑과 관심을 보여주신 모든 분들께 주님 성탄의 은총과 자비와 사랑이 가득 깃들 기를 […]
Christmas 2018 Dear Friends of St. Paul’s Abbey, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Greetings and the abundant blessings of our Lord to all of you in this Christmastime and the New Year of 2019. We thank you for your kindness and help which you showed us throughout the year of 2018. Giving thanks to […]
Korean Brothers will make a retreat from Monday, Oct. 8 to Friday, Oct. 12 at St. Paul’s Abbey. We Will follow usual schedule of the monastery except Morning Prayer and Mass. During the retreat, the mass on Wednesday is in Korean. Retreat Schedule (Monday to Friday) Morning Prayer and Mass ………………. 7:00 am (Korean)