Monthly Archives: March 2022



The Spirit is Very Much Alive!

The Spirit is Very Much Alive! Written by Travis Salisbury, OblSB Last month witnessed the celebration of two Benedictine feast days: St. Frances of Rome, and the Transitus of St Benedict. St. Frances of Rome is celebrated by the Church on March 9. She is the patron saint of oblates—in addition to being patron of…
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Signs of Spring: The School of Lectio Divina

Signs of Spring The School of Lectio Divina Written by Tod Twist Springtime is an acquired taste in the upper Midwest—the warm days with their buds and blossoms team up alongside the surprise snowfalls and the grey rain for a package deal. The Benedictine Center of St. Paul’s Monastery had a long-awaited taste of Spring…
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