Christ the King Priory
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View from south: monastic cloister, church, and Mission House
|Other names||Schuyler Priory|
|Order||Congregation of Missionary Benedictines of Saint Ottilien, Order of Saint Benedict|
|Mother house||Münsterschwarzach Abbey|
|Diocese||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha|
|Location||Schuyler, Nebraska, United States|
Christ the King Priory is a monastery of Benedictine monks located north of Schuyler, Nebraska, United States. It is a simple priory of the Congregation of Missionary Benedictines of Saint Ottilien, part of the Benedictine Confederation.
In 1979, a new monastery building was constructed north of Schuyler, built into the rolling hills. The structure was designed and completed by the architects Astle and Ericson (Salt Lake City, Omaha). In 1985, the monastery was raised to the status of a simple priory.
Today the Benedictine Mission House serves as development office in the United States for the Missionary Benedictines around the world.
In 1997, Christ the King Priory expanded its ministries and opened its 100-bed St. Benedict Center as a non-profit, ecumenical retreat and conference center.
- Sieber, Godfrey, 1992. The Benedictine Congregation of St. Ottilien, pp. 41 - 46
- Christ the King Priory official website
- Overview of Monastic Life at Christ the King Priory (video)
- St. Benedict Center official website
- Münsterschwarzach Abbey website
- Congregation of the Missionary Benedictines website