St. Meinrad Archabbey: St. Meinrad, Indiana
St. Meinrad Archabbey is a Benedictine monastery located among the rolling hills of southern Indiana in a small town named St. Meinrad. It is the home to about 100 monks. Among their main works are a graduate school for Roman Catholic priesthood studies and lay ministry studies; Abbey Caskets, which sells to the public simple wooden caskets similar to those used by the monks; and the Guest House and Retreat Center, which hosts retreats year round.
St. Meinrad was founded by monks from the Swiss Abbey of Einsiedeln in 1854.
Ingredients: Cashews, Almonds, Pecans, Brazils, Filberts, Peanut Oil, Salt ALLERGEN WARNING: CONTAINS NUTS, PEANUTS
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Nice gifts from Southern Indiana
Aug 3, 2023 | By John H.
Recipients were very happy with the quality of the nuts.