Christ comes to us today to prepare us for his 2nd coming

This morning as I was reading Common Prayer: liturgy for ordinary radicals, a quote stood out to me that I wanted to share on the blog. Paschasius Radbertus, a ninth-century Benedictine, wrote, “The apostles took every care not to be drawn from the right path. They kept watch, observing the universal precepts their master had [Read More...]

Welcoming all as if they were Christ (Oratory of the Heart)

The Oratory of the Heart: How Benedictine Spirituality Shapes My Walk with Christ Part Five: Welcoming All as Christ (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) So far in this series, I have discussed the broad topics of Prayer and Lectio Divina, the Benedictine Vows of Stablity, Obedience, and Conversion of Life, and my own failed [Read More...]

The Oratory of the Heart: How Benedictine Spirituality had Shaped My Walk with Christ (3 – The Vows)

I am excited to have another post here by David Ozab. He is a writer and recently converted to Roman Catholicism. While I do not share his denominational convictions, certainly it is beneficial to hear from others outside of our own sphere of experience.  The body of Christ is multifaceted!  I am pleased to have [Read More...]

The Oratory of the Heart: How Benedictine Spirituality has Guided my Walk with Christ (Lectio Divina)

I am excited to have a post here by David Ozab. He is a writer and recently converted to Roman Catholicism. While I do not share his denominational convictions, certainly it is beneficial to hear from others outside of our own sphere of experience.  The body of Christ is multifaceted!  I am pleased to have [Read More...]


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