Let all guests who arrive be received like Christ, for He is going to say: «I came as a guest, and you received Me». And to all let due honor be shown, especially to the domestics of the faith and to pilgrims. (RB 53,1-2)
Inspired by the Egyptian monastic tradition, Benedict sees in welcoming guests an opportunity to live the Gospel.
«We have received Your mercy, O God, in the midst of Your temple». In the reception of the poor and of pilgrims the greatest care and solicitude should be shown, because it is especially in them that Christ is received. (RB 53,14-15)
The nuns of St. Luke offer to all those who desire it, individuals or small groups, the possibility to live in the monastery days of prayer, reflection and rest.
The spaces of the guesthouse are made available to the guests.
The sharing of the liturgical prayer of the community characterizes the monastic hospitality.
For more information on the hospitality offered by the monastery and reservations call us at 0732/21762, asking for the sister of the guesthouse or write an email to email@example.com