Assumption Abbey, Richardton

Assumption Abbey, located in Richardton, North Dakota, is a Benedictine abbey of the American-Cassinese Congregation (different from the Subiaco Cassinese Congregation), founded in 1893 by a monk of the Swiss abbey of Einsiedeln.
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  • Beautiful Cathedral inside and out - definitely worth the stop. Exist 84 off I-94 in Richardtson. Assumption Abbey (aka Saint Mary’s Church) was completed in early 1900’s by Benedictine Monks. Walked....  more »
  • The abbey, church, and cemetery are some of the joys of traveling off the beaten path. We first stopped at the church and abbey, admiring the craftsmanship and the hours if not years of loving labor....  more »
  • Beautiful and peaceful place. Well worth a diversion off I94.
  • Such a beautiful and peaceful place. We love coming here.

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