Tag Archives: Benedictine

Saint Anselm of Canterbury

Earlier this week, on Monday, April 28 the monastery celebrated the feast of its patron, Saint Anselm of Canterbury at the rank of a solemnity.  (Because the usual date for the feast, April 21, fell during the Octave of Easter, … Continue reading

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Eggs for Breakfast

Perhaps, reading St. Bernard of Clairvaux for lectio divina just before breakfast is not wise: “To take a single example:  who could describe all the ways in which eggs are tampered with and tortured, or the care that goes into … Continue reading

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