Wed 15 Feb, 2012
Tags: Benedictine Sisters, Eucharistic Adoration, Lectio Divina, Liturgy of the Hours, Prayer
We were called to contemplative monastic life. We were called to prayer.
And that’s what we do. All day. Every day.
Every. Single. Day.
We pray for the needs of the world. We pray for those burdened by worry or sadness or grief. We pray for those who feel alone, bereft in a world that isn’t always kind. We pray for the old, the young, the rich, the poor, the healthy, the ill, the strong and the weak.
What is your need today? What can we do to help YOU? Let us lift our hearts and voices in prayer to our Lord on your behalf. Together, we make a formidable team to beat that which has us down.
You can share your prayer request with us any time online by clicking here. Your prayers will be read by Sister Nancy Rose or Sister Maria Victoria or Sister Dawn or Sister Dorothy. Or one of the many other Sisters of our Congregation who will remember your needs, your troubles when in silent prayer throughout the day.
We also provide several ways to help you expand your own prayer life. Learn how you can get the most from Eucharistic Adoration while at church, pray the Liturgy of the Hours with us twice daily or discover through Lectio Divina how to get the most from Bible readings.
As St. Benedict’s Rule tells us: listen with the ear of our heart. With the ear of YOUR heart. Many blessings to you, and may the Lord watch over you and keep you safe.
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