Category Archives: St Benedict

Let prayer be very short

When we wish to suggest our wants to persons of high station,  we do not presume to do so  except with humility and reverence.  How much the more, then,  are complete humility and pure devotion necessary  in supplication of the … Continue reading

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spirituality ii

Don’t recall exactly where I left off yesterday, guess that is what happens when I type at 12am.  I’ve only a half hour to type.  With Lie to Me, playing in the background, I probably won’t have much to say. … Continue reading

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Let a man consider that God is always looking at him from heaven, that his actions are everywhere visible to the divine eyes and are constantly being reported to God by the Angels.— St Benedict’s Rule of Order, on Humility

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Quote from OSB Rule

“Therefore we must prepare our hearts and our bodies to do battle under the holy obedience of His commands; and let us ask God that He be pleased to give us the help of His grace for anything which our … Continue reading

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