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Saint Joseph's Abbey, Spencer

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#121 of 158 in Historic Sites in Massachusetts
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  • these brothers are very god like and the church feels better than home the gift shop is packed with medals and jams and you can also order beer online from this thank god for them if you cant find pea...  more »
  • This American religious site is awesome. Nestled in rolling hills St. Joseph Abbey and bell tower is so beautiful in any season and in any weather. It is located about 50 miles from Boston, Providence...  more »
  • Wonderful on several levels, I love the beauty of the landscape and the monastery church. The monks sing wonderfully at their prayer times. The gift shop has a lot too not to mention the new beer.  more »
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  • Beautiful grounds, amazing architecture. Church was incredible. Amazing energy, calm and peaceful.
  • The best. An amazing way to grow ever closer to Our Lord exponentially. John Payne Boston.
  • My Br. Was a monk at the monastery for 20 yrs, we visited him every year, such a beautiful surrounding, buildings, farm, chapel, church
  • St Joseph's Abbey is a blessed connection to my past, and present. Fr Mark Delery, my uncle, was a physician prior to his calling into the Order. I remember, while growing up, we would all go to the Abbey to visit him. The Abbey remains a very special place to me today.
  • Unfortunately, I think some of your jelly jams also did not find totally clean feet. I wish to stay over a few nights as I heard you can. Have gone there several times in my life to pray or watch monks pray starting with my mom and aunt taking me there as a youth. Beautiful store and rolling hills of peacefulness. One of my friends was scared sleeping over there. Nice store they fundraise with. One of the ways to worship God and his creation.