Abbaye de la Maigrauge

The Cistercian nuns at Maigrauge are ready to offer young women a temporary retreat in their cloister. Guests who wish to think about their lives in silence, question the meaning and the goal of human existence or give a new direction to their lives are welcome to stay for a minimum of one week... more

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The Capuchin Monastery Rapperswil

What’s special about the Rapperswil monastery is that guests may truly immerse themselves in the life of the community. They’re actually expected... more

The Capuchin Monastery Rapperswil
Monastery Fischingen

Monastery Fischingen

Fischingen is the only lived-in monastery in the canton of Thurgau. The seven resident monks live according to the principles of the holy Benedict,... more

Abbaye de la Maigrauge

The Cistercian nuns at Maigrauge are ready to offer young women a temporary retreat in their cloister. Guests who wish to think about their lives in silence, question the meaning and the goal of human existence or give a new direction to their lives are welcome to stay for a minimum of one week or longer.

The Cistercian nuns at Maigrauge are ready to offer young women a temporary retreat in their cloister.

The Capuchin Monastery Rapperswil

What’s special about the Rapperswil monastery is that guests may truly immerse themselves in the life of the community. They’re actually expected to participate in the religious service and the meditations. Women and men of all denominations and religions are welcome.

What’s special about the Rapperswil monastery is that guests may truly immerse themselves in the life of the community.

Monastery Fischingen

Fischingen is the only lived-in monastery in the canton of Thurgau. The seven resident monks live according to the principles of the holy Benedict, “ora et labora” – pray and work. The Benedictine community welcomes guests who wish to share the monastic life for a limited time, though the option is only open to men.

Fischingen is the only lived-in monastery in the canton of Thurgau.