Etiquetas » Lectio Divina

31 of the most powerful readings in Romans

Try this: read, ponder, and pray over each of the following thirty-one passages* in the book of Romans over the course of thirty one calendar days. 1.428 palabras más


Lectio Divina - Christine Valters Paintner 

“Lectio divina demands that we stay the course, that we listen with a willing heart, and that we open ourselves to ongoing radical transformation. Soul work is always challenging and calls us beyond our comfort zone.” 14 palabras más

Inspiring Blogs

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C

     Let’s be honest, as Catholics, most of us are completely ignorant of the Scriptures. We often justify our ignorance of the Scriptures by claiming to have the teachings of the Church to guide us but, “the Bible is not a handbook devised for the dissemination of an ideology. 903 palabras más


Why I'm Praying Again

Three and a half years ago, I shared about my almost-nonexistent prayer life.

I talked about how it’s hard for me to pray while in a perpetual state of doubt as to who, if anyone, is listening. 1.007 palabras más


Meeting with Sister Margaret

Forty-five minutes north of me, in Rock Island, Illinois, there is a Benedictine Monastery where the Sisters of St. Benedict live and run a retreat center. 578 palabras más

Luke 18:1-8 for Sunday, October 16, 2016

Photo: Fall Leaves at Mueller State Park by Todd Spencer
Music: Be Still by Trace Bundy*

*used with permission

Lectio Divina

Introducing Psalm Flights

Poetry continues to flow through my life and I am grateful. It’s taking a variety of forms, and one of them is a series of responses to the Psalms. 347 palabras más