Mariannhill Monastery

1882 Abbot Francis Pfanner – South Africa

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Monastery Window Project

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 25 - 2016 0 Comment

We need your help in fixing the windows at the Mariannhill Monastery. There are 92 windows throughout the Monastery that need replacing, each costing R 2000.00 each. This means, we need a total of R 184 000.00. Any amount of donation would be much appreciated. Please see Banking details below: ACCOUNT HOLDER: THE MONASTERY MARIANNHILL NAME OF THE BANK: STANDARD BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER: 051906058 BRANCH: PINETOWN BRANCH CODE: 045626 SWIFT CODE:  [ Read More ]

Mass During the 2015 Emaus Pilgrimage – Video

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery July - 9 - 2015 Comments Off on Mass During the 2015 Emaus Pilgrimage – Video

Once Again a Beautiful Experience!

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery June - 23 - 2015 Comments Off on Once Again a Beautiful Experience!

The 2015 Yearly Pilgrimage to Emaus Once more this year’s pilgrimage for the two provinces of Mariannhill and Mthatha of the CMM and CPS witnessed the participation of many lay people who joined us. Since the last few years we have progressively opened our pilgrimage also to lay people who have a true veneration for Abbot Francis. And to our satisfaction, many responded. In short, we had a good crowd.  [ Read More ]

Monastery Flea Market

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery July - 17 - 2014 0 Comment

Mariannhill Monastery Tea Garden

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Mariannhill Monastery Tea Garden
Tea Garden

Local residents as well as visitors to Mariannhill monastery will have found the Mariannhill Tea Garden an ideal place to enjoy their favourite refreshments and light meals thanks to Amaqhawe Tourism Services (ATS) who have re-opened the famous Mariannhill Monastery Tea Garden. After lying idle for more than a year, the monastery management saw a need to have the tea garden re-opened to the public, prompted by numerous inquiries from  [ Read More ]

Mariannhill Monastery

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Mariannhill Monastery

Mariannhill Monastery, is nestled in the heart of KwaZulu Natal, and is filled with history that dates back to about 129 years ago. With lots to explore, with the character of Romanesque inspired Cloister, the tall columns and high arches create an atmosphere that makes you feel as if we are in the 1800’s. St. Anne’s Church, boasts a warm historic aura that draws you back into time, with a  [ Read More ]

Catholic Deaf Apostolate

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Catholic Deaf Apostolate

The Catholic Deaf Apostolate is based at the Mariannhill Monastery. It is a little church for the Deaf, and seems to be the first Catholic Church in Southern Africa for the Deaf with a Deaf Priest. People attend this Parish from as far as Pietermaritzburg, Pinetown, Umlazi  and also from many other townships in KwaZulu Natal.

Mariannhill Monastery Museum

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Mariannhill Monastery Museum

The Mariannhill Monastery has a fascinating history that gives one a sneak peak into a missionary who made world history, and today the Mariannhill Monastery still stands after a history of 129 years. GALLERY

Mariannhill Woodwork Workshop

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Mariannhill Woodwork Workshop

The wood workshop is filled with history, and is well known for producing handmade carpentry. From candle holders, altars, bishop chairs, pews and lots more. Work is done for any religion from Catholic, Anglican and Hindu. Run by the Brothers of Mariannhill Monastery along with a small team of staff. The vision of the workshop is to generate income, produce the necessary goods for the community, training and job creation.  [ Read More ]

Mariannhill Tailoring Department

Posted by Mariannhill Monastery May - 29 - 2012 Comments Off on Mariannhill Tailoring Department

Mariannhill Monastery Tailoring Department provides great quality to the local churches and also takes on orders from many other countries. Specialising in church regalia for the clergy. From cassocks (including cassocks for servers too), trimmed cassocks, cloaks, habits, clerical shirts, sashes, skullcapes, Lutheran gowns and so much more! For any questions or orders contact: 031 700 4202   GALLERY