In Lebanon

No matter where he is, an Antonine monk always remembers his mission: to constantly remind the people that they are on a journey, a pilgrimage towards the Kingdom.
From the already established monasteries that are places for prayer and common fraternal life, the Antonine monks start their journey and embark in their mission, not only in all Lebanese regions, but they also go beyond the borders of the country.
Most of the monasteries of the Antonine Order were built or expanded by the monks themselves, as it shows in the documents preserved in the Historical Archives of the Order. As for the distribution of the monasteries among different regions, this constitutes a clear indicator of the objectives of the Order and its religious mission.

Saint John    Saint John Monastery
(Established in 1897, Patronal day: June 24)


Saint John monastery acquired a new missionary identity when it founded the Antonine International School (AIS) in 2000; it is a modern trilingual educational establishment at the service of the inhabitants of the Kesrouan region.

The community insures pastoral services in the parishes of the neighboring villages and promotes cultural activities such as the Cultural Movement – Ajaltoun.


Tel: 09/740448
Fax: 09/231574

Tel: 09/230968/9
Fax: 09/230969