Benedict's Way

Benedict's Way

An Ancient Monk's Insights for A Balanced Life

Book - 2000
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In the sixth century, a monk named Benedict devised a code of practical principles by which he and his fellow monks could live together and grow in Christian spirit. Centuries later, the Rule of St. Benedict continues to guide and nurture contemporary men and women who seek to live a balanced spirituality. This contemplative guide is for individuals of all faiths in search of timeless wisdom.

In thirty short chapters, authors Lonni Collins Pratt and Daniel Homan provide stories, reflections, prayers, and actions through which readers can understand Benedict's principles and allow them to shape ordinary life. This small but powerful book can be used for structured personal retreat, spiritual reading, and general reflection.

Publisher: Chicago : Loyola Press, c2000
ISBN: 9780829413762
Branch Call Number: 255.106 Pra 3558ad 1
Characteristics: xi, 240 p
Additional Contributors: Homan, Daniel O.S.B


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