Mount Saint John is the 150-acre campus home to various ministries of the Marianists, including the Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning, Gallery Saint John, the Marianist Environmental Education Center, the Marianist Mission, Meyer Hall, the North American Center for Marianist Studies (NACMS) and Queen of Apostles Church.
Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning was founded in 1967 by the Marianists. Originally established strictly as a retreat house, Bergamo has grown to become a full-service retreat and conference center.
Gallery Saint John showcases original works of the Marianist family of artists. Open to the general public three days a week, the gallery changes displays periodically through the year.
The Marianist Environmental Education Center stewards 100 acres of woods, wetlands and prairie at Mount St. John in Dayton, and collaborates with Marianist ministries and communities to honor integrity of creation.
Meyer Hall is a private community of priests and brothers involved in a variety of ministries.
The North American Center for Marianist Studies (NACMS) exists to help the Marianist Family grow in understanding and appreciation of its heritage through research, development and publications.
Queen of Apostles Church, founded in light of the liturgical reforms of Vatican II, is a non-territorial parish rooted in the Marianist spirit.
Marianist Mission is a card and gift ministry that provides income and outreach on behalf of the Society of Mary, and assists in the spiritual development of friends and benefactors.