Welcome to The Abbot's CircleThe Abbot's Circle is a passionate group of monthly givers committed to supporting the future of the Church through the various life-changing ministries of the Norbertine Fathers at St. Michael's Abbey. These generous souls are people like you, from more than fourteen countries around the world, giving what they can to pass on a stronger Church to their children and grandchildren. In gratitude for your support, the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael's Abbey created a vast digital library - a place to get Catholic content that will nourish you spiritually. BECOME A MEMBERLOG IN
Regardless of how long ago or how recently, every child has heard at least one more time than he wanted that slightly shrill and somewhat frantic exclamation, Look at what you’ve done!
Jesus, looking at him, loved him, and said to him, “You are lacking in one thing…”
That God’s grace far exceeds our capacity to sin should be no surprise.
Enjoy critically acclaimed documentary series, video lectures, and more from the Norbertine Fathers, on-demand in the Abbot’s Circle video library.
Immerse yourself in a collection of chants, reflections, audio lectures, and more from the Norbertine Fathers, on-demand in the Abbot’s Circle audio library.
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Ancient Order. Modern World. Timeless Need.
For more than fifty years, the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael's Abbey have served the Christian faithful in Southern California—“lifting high the Holy Eucharist over the miseries and errors of this world” (Saint Pope John Paul II).