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Prayer for Compassion

Ever-loving God, who having loved us loves us still, Help us to hear again your word, “By this shall they know you are my disciples: That you love one another.” Turn our hostility into hospitality and our callousness into care. Through Christ, we pray.  Amen. ... Keep Reading

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Remembering Mortality

As we explore the concept of eldering in the current issue (May/June/July 2016), we revisit some excerpts from the Weavings archive. To order a copy of the “Eldering” issue, call 1.800.972.0433. Back issues of Weavings are also available—while supplies last. Browse the inventory. The fifth-century Rule of St. Benedict, which provides spiritual guidance even for seekers today, includes the instruct ion to “day by day remind yourself that... Keep Reading

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Would I?*

Jesus waits, steady on the shifting water, his feet caressed by slow lapping waves that hide the depths of darkness below. He sees the fishing vessel and looks for Peter. Under that sparkled sky, silently expectant, the Son of Man knows the miracle will happen. Or does he? Humans are untrusting and untrustworthy creatures, lacking in faith, enchained by the mundane, blindly obeying... Keep Reading

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