Posts Tagged ‘Rule of St. Benedict’

Published on Jul 22, 2014

What better way to prepare for Lent and Easter than to listen to conferences from a monk about prayer? In fact, a Benedictine monk is uniquely qualified to teach this valuable skill, since he spends so many hours a day in prayer.


In early October 2013, Fr. Cassian traveled to St. Benedict’s Abbey in Still River, MA to give ten conferences to their monastic community. A common thread through his talks is “praying without ceasing”, but we can all learn much from his great wisdom and experience. Treat yourself to these free talks and use them as a way to improve your prayer life this Lent.

For more please visit http://osbnorcia.org/blog & please say a Hail Mary for the priest

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