Monday, August 10, 2009

Lectio Divina


Frequently I am asked about the prayer of Lectio Divina. Here are two websites who can explain this prayerful reading Scripture more eloquently than I can.
Introduction to Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina Resources

Our dear Pope Benedict XVI time and again encourages Catholics to spend at least 30 minutes a day in prayerful Scripture reading. If there is only one spiritual practice you pursue this year, let it be Lectio Divina.
That's me away.

2 comments:

John said...

I think I would identify lectio divina as the single most important activity to deepen the spiritual life of most Christians. Thanks for the post.

The Lighthouse Keeper said...

The Carmelites also have a comprehensive lectio divina site: http://s2ew.ocarm.org/pls/ocarm/consultazione.mostra_pagina?rifi=guest&rifp=guest&id_pagina=208


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