Lectio Divina

All are invited to our sessions which will be held in the hall fortnightly on Thursdays after 9.30am mass. Please see the Parish Newsletter for dates. (We aim to finish by 11am). A brief introduction will be given before we start, if needed. However, please do look at the presentations which will give you some information about this practice. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1EDa-sb0L3FyxgUOUGeFwsOhn7s_DNq2Y?usp=sharing

Further Reading

If you are interested in learning more about Lectio Divina there are a large number of resources available both online and in books. A couple of recommended books are : Sacred Reading by Michael Casey (a Cistercian monk) and Reading with God by David Foster OSB. Also in his book Finding Sanctuary, by Christopher Jamison OSB, there is a chapter devoted to Lectio Divina and also an epilogue giving his Lectio reflections on the parable of the Prodigal Son.

Lectio Divina is the ancient monastic art of praying with scripture. It is an art that helps us to listen to God by reading scripture prayerfully in the midst of our busy and often noisy lives. It is a technique of prayer and guide to living. Lectio Divina is a way of finding God in our heart. Come along to find out more and to try it out.