Advances in communications technologies and the proliferation of distance learning opportunities make it increasingly important for institutions that offer enrichment programs to provide online- learning environments that meet the educational needs of the adult learner. In response to a growing interest in Benedictine monastic spirituality, this researcher developed an online program in Benedictine spirituality to provide an alternative for those who desire or require the anytime, anywhere online alternative. The program was created using an iterative methodology that includes five main phases: analysis, design, development, evaluation, and delivery. The phases are supported with: criteria establishment, criteria validation, a product development plan, and a product validation plan. A learner-centered, non-credit bearing, online program in Benedictine spirituality for the adult learner was developed, tested, and validated. The results of the study are generalizable to enrichment programs in spirituality, humanities, or liberal arts. Recommendations for further research are provided.