The museum of Montecassino Abbey: a new entrance and new opening times until May 4th.

These days and up to 4th May there will be the  opportunity to visit the museum of the monastery even during lunch break, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Taking your mind for a while  from everyday life and immerse

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The museum of Montecassino Abbey: a new entrance and new opening times until May 4th.

These days and up to 4th May there will be the  opportunity to visit the museum of the monastery even during lunch break, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Taking your mind for a while  from everyday life and immerse

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Address of His Holiness John Paul II 
to the Monks of Montecassino Abbey.

Friday, 18 May 1979 Beloved Brothers and Sons! Thirty-five years ago, on 18 May 1944, the Polish soldiers of General Anders, who had just arrived at the front and had been attached to the British “Eighth Army”, succeeded in hoisting the

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Address of His Holiness John Paul II 
to the Monks of Montecassino Abbey.

Friday, 18 May 1979 Beloved Brothers and Sons! Thirty-five years ago, on 18 May 1944, the Polish soldiers of General Anders, who had just arrived at the front and had been attached to the British “Eighth Army”, succeeded in hoisting the

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Extraordinary exhibition of the manuscript of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at Montecassino Abbey.

Within the wonderful setting of St. Benedict Hall in the Abbey of Montecassino last night at 6 p.m, the Conductor Ivano Caiazza directed the soloists of San Carlo strings orchestra and the beautiful voices of the soprano Bernadette Siano and

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Extraordinary exhibition of the manuscript of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at Montecassino Abbey.

Within the wonderful setting of St. Benedict Hall in the Abbey of Montecassino last night at 6 p.m, the Conductor Ivano Caiazza directed the soloists of San Carlo strings orchestra and the beautiful voices of the soprano Bernadette Siano and

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Easter at Montecassino Abbey: Holy Week Schedule

Last Sunday many people attended the always beautiful and each time different  procession of  Palm Sunday.  Those who want to join the monks in prayer during this Holy Week, will find  the times and days of the celebrations listed below. April 17 Holy

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Easter at Montecassino Abbey: Holy Week Schedule

Last Sunday many people attended the always beautiful and each time different  procession of  Palm Sunday.  Those who want to join the monks in prayer during this Holy Week, will find  the times and days of the celebrations listed below. April 17 Holy

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Meet Franco: the man behind the miracle of the wonderful flowers of Montecassino Abbey.

Every spring we are greeted by an explosion of colours in the Abbey . Nature wakes up and we can see it in trees and meadows, but also in the pots where Franco plants wonderful flowers. Franco is the gardener

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Meet Franco: the man behind the miracle of the wonderful flowers of Montecassino Abbey.

Every spring we are greeted by an explosion of colours in the Abbey . Nature wakes up and we can see it in trees and meadows, but also in the pots where Franco plants wonderful flowers. Franco is the gardener

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18 May 1979, visit to the Polish Cemetery of Montecassino: Homily of His Holiness John Paul II.(Part II)

Montecassino, Italy
 Friday,  18 May 1979 4.  Let us pray, therefore, on this place of a great battle, for freedom and justice, in order that the words of today’s liturgy may become incarnate in life. Let us pray to God

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18 May 1979, visit to the Polish Cemetery of Montecassino: Homily of His Holiness John Paul II.(Part II)

Montecassino, Italy
 Friday,  18 May 1979 4.  Let us pray, therefore, on this place of a great battle, for freedom and justice, in order that the words of today’s liturgy may become incarnate in life. Let us pray to God

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Montecassino Abbey as an evocative background for the Representation of the Passion of Christ.

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the destruction of the Abbey and of the 50th anniversary of the proclamation of St. Benedict as Patron of Europe, Saturday, April 12th starting at 20:30 Montecassino Abbey will be the background to the representation of

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Montecassino Abbey as an evocative background for the Representation of the Passion of Christ.

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the destruction of the Abbey and of the 50th anniversary of the proclamation of St. Benedict as Patron of Europe, Saturday, April 12th starting at 20:30 Montecassino Abbey will be the background to the representation of

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18 May 1979, visit to the Polish Cemetery of Montecassino: Homily of His Holiness John Paul II.(Part I)

Montecassino, Italy
 Friday,  18 May 1979 1.  “Come, let us go up to the mountain…” (Is 2:3; cf. Mic 4:2). Let us listen today to this invitation of the Prophet and let us re-read it as an interior imperative: the

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18 May 1979, visit to the Polish Cemetery of Montecassino: Homily of His Holiness John Paul II.(Part I)

Montecassino, Italy
 Friday,  18 May 1979 1.  “Come, let us go up to the mountain…” (Is 2:3; cf. Mic 4:2). Let us listen today to this invitation of the Prophet and let us re-read it as an interior imperative: the

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Guided tours of the Monastery, animated visits in the Museum and workshops: new offers for schools in the Abbey.

Many adults who come back to visit the Abbey, do it because as children their teachers took them on a school trip to Montecassino. The memory fades with time and so one comes back to the same place to find

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Guided tours of the Monastery, animated visits in the Museum and workshops: new offers for schools in the Abbey.

Many adults who come back to visit the Abbey, do it because as children their teachers took them on a school trip to Montecassino. The memory fades with time and so one comes back to the same place to find

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Silence, art, culture and serenity at Montecassino Abbey, just an hour and a half by car or train from the chaos and traffic of Rome.

Several groups who arrive at Montecassino have planned to visit the Monastery for a while; others decide the day before or just a few hours beforehand:  it’s so close to Rome that it’s really simple to think of spending a

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Silence, art, culture and serenity at Montecassino Abbey, just an hour and a half by car or train from the chaos and traffic of Rome.

Several groups who arrive at Montecassino have planned to visit the Monastery for a while; others decide the day before or just a few hours beforehand:  it’s so close to Rome that it’s really simple to think of spending a

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