Name of Church Dominican Nuns’ Corpus Christi Monastery
Address 215 Oak Grove Avenue, Menlo Park CA 94025
Phone number (650) 322-1801
Website www.opnunsmenlo.org
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Dominican.Nuns.Menlo
Mass times The monastery chapel is open to the public daily from 7 am until Vespers at 5:30 pm.  Mass is at 8 am.  You may also pray with the sisters throughout the day; the Blessed Sacrament is exposed much of the time.
Music The sisters sing beautiful chant as part of their prayer.
Opportunities to support the sisters The sisters have an online gift shop, Monastery Books and Gifts.   (You may also donate online.)
Join the sisters in prayer Venite Adoremus Association for lay people to participate in the spiritual life of the community; the group meets at the monastery on first Thursdays.
Parking There is ample parking on the grounds.
Additional observations  Corpus Christi Monastery was established at the invitation of Archbishop Edward Hanna of San Francisco.  Seven nuns from the Monastery of St. Dominic in Newark, New Jersey came to California to bring Dominican cloistered life and perpetual adoration to the West Coast.  In the 1920s, it was surrounded by ranches and farmland (now a bustling city by San Francisco Bay known for its tech companies in the area).  The sisters were known for their embroidery of vestments, illumination of parchments, and baking of altar breads, but the heart of their life is community and prayer centered on the Blessed Sacrament.  They live in community, wear the traditional habit and keep to a rigorous daily schedule.  Here and here are introductions to the community. The church is across the street from Nativity Parish.