Br. Matthew Nylund Obituary, Death – In a sorrowful message, St. Anselm’s Abbey in Washington, DC, announces the death of Br. Matthew Nylund. He was found in his room this morning, having apparently fallen throughout the night. Br. Matthew was 85 years old and in his 35th year of monastic life, leaving a legacy of dedication and spiritual commitment.
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Br. Matthew Nylund’s life was a tribute to his unshakeable devotion to the monastic way of life. As a member of St. Anselm’s Abbey, he gave 35 years of his life to the community, fostering spiritual growth and direction for those around him. His death leaves a vacuum not only in the abbey, but also in the hearts of all who were touched by his wisdom and presence.
Funeral arrangements are being finalized, and the community is invited to remain tuned for information as they become available. In expressing their sorrow, the abbey seeks prayers and thoughts for Br. Matthew and his eternal peace, reflected in the sorrowful phrase “Requiescat in Pace.”
Br. Matthew’s life is recognized not just for his years of monastic profession, but also for the impact he had on the lives of his fellow monks and the larger community. His dedication to a life of prayer, service, and reflection acts as an inspiration to those who carry on the monastic tradition at St. Anselm’s Abbey. While the community mourns his departure, they also celebrate the profound spiritual legacy that Br. Matthew Nylund leaves behind.