For Guest House Reservations please call: 503-852-0107

The Local Series: men and history of our abbey

– A Short History of Guadalupe Abbey –

Written by the late Fr. John Baptist Hasbrouck for our Abbey’s jubilee of foundation, 1948-98.

12 pages, 8½” x 4¼” Third printing. 25¢

 

– Guadalupe’s Pecos Years –

Our seven years New Mexico, with accounts of nearby sites, institutions, and best-remembered monks.

Available for reprinting-on-demand:

126 pages, 8½” x 4¼” $10.00

 

– Blazing Guadalupe’s Oregon Trail –

Fr. Matthew Cole’s memories of preparing our Oregon land for our move up from New Mexico (1953-55).

Second printing: 20 pages 8½” x 4¼” 25¢

 

– Pew-makers of Guadalupe Abbey –

Story of our carpentry shop – long our main industry, written by its founder at his 80th birthday.

24 pages 8½” x 4¼” 25¢

 

– Story of a Soul – and Body –

Conversion, war experience, and vocation of Fr John Baptist, Prior for 32 years; author of Short History.

56 pages, 8.5” x 4.25” 50¢

 

– Alllll…..Right –

Life of the beloved Prior of our New Mexico years, who authored Pew-makers of Guadalupe Abbey.

28 pages, 8.5″ x 4.25″ 25¢.

 

OTHER LOCAL ITEMS:

Available Electronically (gratis) Or all combined as a bound Print-on-Demand ($10)

 

– Folk Lore of the Guadalupe Forest –

Accounts of the more-or-less legendary characters living on the Abbey Land from 1834 to the 1920s.

 

– The Trappist Abbey Ranch –

Final years of our personal farming of our land, written by former the former farm manager.

 

– Pioneer of the Guadalupe Forest –

Br. Clarence’s sister’s account of their childhood on an Oklahoma farm. The story of his forest work is still pending.

 

– Life of Br. Leonard Luberts –

From his saintly mother’s arrival on an orphan train to his peaceful death in a rest home.

 

Payment:

For orders from within the USA we request prepayment by check (payable to “Guadalupe Translations”).

Unless otherwise requested, we use Media Mail, for which we charge a uniform $3 per package.

For wholesale orders, international orders or domestic orders needing an invoice, we add a billing charge of $2 and indicate the applicable mailing charge on the invoice.

For all orders we can accept the following credit cards : Visa, MasterCard, Discover.

 

To Contact Fr. Martinus Cawley:

Phone: 503-852-7174, ext. 249

Email: martinus@trappistabbey.org



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