Patristic Lectionary—Thursday, 20 February, Pre-Lenten Feria

 [Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Reclaiming English Spiritual Classics

Dr. Lisa Nicholas has started a publishing project, Nova et Vetera Books, that will include works from the English spiritual tradition.  The first title expected to be released will be the shorter form of Julian of Norwich’s Shewings or Revelations of Divine Love. Here is a list of works Dr. Nicholas is working on. Comfortable Words for Christ’s Lovers by…

Patristic Lectionary—Monday, 17 February, Pre-Lenten Feria

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—Thursday, 15 February, Pre-Lenten Feria

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—Thursday, 13 February, Pre-Lenten Feria

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—10 February, St. Scholastica.

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Lectio divina from Bishop Michael Aidan Smith, Obl.S.B.

The _Living Church_ has published the following by one of our oblates, Bishop Michael Aidan Smith, Obl.S.B. (Read the entire reflection here.) “From the life we receive in our corporate worship, may our light be so fueled to shine that others may see goodness and give glory to our Father in heaven.”

Patristic Lectionary—8 February, Ferial Day Following the Fourth Sunday After Epiphany.

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—6 February, St. Paul Miki & Companions, Martyrs; Ferial Day Following the Fourth Sunday After Epiphany.

 [Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—3 February, Ferial Day Following the Fourth Sunday After Epiphany.

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—1 February, Ferial Day Following the Third Sunday After Epiphany.

 [Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…

Patristic Lectionary—27 January, Ferial Day Following the Third Sunday After Epiphany.

[Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for…