A fellow named Greg who’s affiliated with a group called the Rosary Army recently unleashed the following video on YouTube. It shows him walking around the Monastery of the Holy Spirit (and includes a quick shot of the store where I work).
Incidentally, the peacocks that he refers to originally belonged to Flannery O’Connor, who aside from being one of the greatest Southern writers of the twentieth century was also a peacock farmer — and a friend of the Monastery of the Holy Spirit (which she would have known as the Monastery of the Holy Ghost). When she died, she left a part of her peacock herd (do peacocks come in herds?) to the Monastery, where they lived until the early 1980s.