|Established||October 24, 1846|
|Mother house||Metten Abbey (Founded 766)|
|Diocese||Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg|
|Founder(s)||Archabbot Boniface Wimmer, O.S.B.|
|Abbot||Rt. Rev. Douglas R. Nowicki, O.S.B., B.A. M.Div., Ph.D. (Administrator after May 8,2020)|
|Prior||Very Rev. Earl J. Henry, O.S.B.|
|Location||Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA|
Saint Vincent Archabbey, is a Roman Catholic Benedictine Monastery in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in the city of Latrobe. A member of the American-Cassinese Congregation, it is the oldest Benedictine monastery in the United States and the largest in the Western Hemisphere. The Benedictine monks of St. Vincent operate and teach Saint Vincent Basilica Parish, Saint Vincent College, and Saint Vincent Seminary. The monks also provide pastoral care for Catholics in the Dioceses of Baltimore, Greensburg, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Altoona-Johnstown, and Richmond. The monks also run a military school in Savannah, Georgia (Benedictine Military School). The Archabbey also oversees Wimmer Priory in Taiwan, and Saint Benedict Priory in Brazil.
The original abbey structures were designed by the German-American architect, J. William Schickel and built between 1891 and 1905.
The current archabbot of St. Vincent Archabbey is Rt. Reverend Martin de Porres Bartel, O.S.B. who was elected by the monastic community on June 23, 2020. He is the twelfth archabbot of Saint Vincent. Bartel succeeded Rt. Reverend Douglas R. Nowicki, who was elected on March 1, 1991 and re-elected May 11, 2010. Nowicki's second term was completed on May 8, 2020, in accord with the congregational constitutions and norms of the American-Cassinese Congregation.
Prior to Rt. Rev. Martin Bartel, the Archabbey had had eleven archabbots:
Monks from this abbey founded Newark Abbey (Newark, NJ) (founded as St Mary's), Saint John's Abbey (Collegeville, Minnesota), Saint Bernard Abbey (Cullman, Alabama), Saint Benedict Abbey (Atchison, Kansas), Saint Mary's Abbey (Morristown, New Jersey), Saint Bede Abbey (Peru, Illinois), Saint Procopius Abbey (Lisle, Illinois), and Mary Help of Christians Abbey (Belmont, North Carolina).