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A Divine Love StorySubscriber Access Only
For Catherine of Siena, personal growth and public service start with passionate love for God.
The Blessing of BenedictSubscriber Access Only
The "Father of Western Monasticism" spent his life teaching spiritual beginners about kindness, community, and prayer.
Curing Lethargy ... or WhateverSubscriber Access Only
Putting to death the noonday demon. A review of Kathleen Norris's Acedia & Me.
A Devoted Life: Christian History TimelineSubscriber Access Only
From its roots in the early Eastern church, through the Benedictine centuries, to the birth of new kinds of religious orders in the Middle Ages
Stretching Our SoulsSubscriber Access Only
Lent is a time for grave reflection and forgiveness that leads to reconciliation and Christ-centered joy.
A Monk, Bloody Vikings, and a God of MercySubscriber Access Only
Some of the best sermons in English were written during days of national insecurity.
The Singing NunSubscriber Access Only
Hildegard of Bingen said we should sing because we are weak and God is strong.
A No-Name Monk of Prayer and LoveSubscriber Access Only
The Cloud of Unknowing teaches us the peace that comes from learning to love.
The Limping, Unceasingly Praying Brother LawrenceSubscriber Access Only
How a 17th-century cook and sandalmaker still helps us practice the presence of God

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The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.

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