St. Peter's Abbey: Our Community
St. Peter's Abbey East Entrance

St. Peter's Abbey in Muenster, Saskatchewan, Canada is home to Benedictine monks. This includes eight priests, five brothers, one junior (presently in Rome studying for the priesthood), and five novices.

The Abbot of St. Peter's is Peter Novecosky.

We follow the monastic rule of St. Benedict.

He wrote a rule for Christian life known for its balance and moderation.

This life provides a balance between prayer, work and study.

    Traditionally the monastic life has stressed the primacy of the worship of God. The monastic community gathers four times a day for monastic prayer. The first prayer begins at 6:20 a.m. with Lauds and the last prayer begins at 7:30 in the evening with Vigils.
The daily schedule of the monastery is:
6:00 Rising
6:20 Lauds chanted
7:00 Mass, breakfast and lectio divina
9:00 Morning work
12:00 Noon prayer and dinner
1:15 Afternoon work
5:35 Vespers chanted
6:00 Supper and recreation
7:30 Vigils and quiet time
Sunday Mass is at 10:00.