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July 6
 Father Olivier Sarr, O.S.B., (pictured at right) a monk from Senegal, was the second student at Sant’ Anselmo to receive the Perchak Scholarship at Sant' Anselmo. He is from Abbaye de Keur Moussa, Senegal. He entered the monastery in 1997 and was sent to France by his abbot to study theology in Solesmes and complete his bachelor’s degree in Avignon in 2005. Father Olivier-Marie was then sent to Sant’ Anselmo in 2006 where he was ordained as a deacon in Rome that year. He was ordained to the priesthood on January 6, 2009 at his home monastery. Read More
Sister Agnietė Ivaškevičiūtė, O.S.B.

Sister Agnietė Ivaškevičiūtė, O.S.B.

July 6
I am Sr. Agnietė Ivaškevičiūtė, from the Monastery Benedictine Sisters of Kaunas, Lithuania. Born in 1977, I attained the Licentiate in Pastoral Theology at the University of Vytautas Magnus in Kaunas and in 2005 I joined the community of Benedictine Sisters. In July 2010 I made my final profession. For the last four years I was involved in the pastoral care of adults who come to our church. This is my second year of monastic studies at Sant’ Anselmo Pontifical University and after finishing the studies I will be involved in the formation within the community. Read More
Sister Marianne Cablar, O.S.B., Milagros Cablar

Sister Marianne Cablar, O.S.B., Milagros Cablar

July 6
First of all, I would like to introduce myself. My religious name is Sister Marianne Cablar and Milagros Cablar is my baptismal name. I was born on April 22, 1968. I am a perpetually professed nun of the Benedictine Nuns of the Eucharistic King in the Philippines. At present, I am in my second year at Sant’ Anselmo in Rome taking up the Diploma program in Monastic Studies. If given another chance in the future, I wish to continue to the Licentiate in Monastic Studies. After my studies, I hope to be of service to my community. I intend to be of help in whatever way I can be in Formation or in any other task that my Superior would ask me to do. I would be very willing to share the things that I have learned from my studies. Other than my community, I would also make myself available to our oblates and other Benedictine communities who might need my assistance. Read More