Holy Reading

Benedictine monks are encouraged to read the Bible (and other religious writings) in a devotional, contemplative way to bring them into close communion with God. This activity, known as Lectio Divina (holy reading), does not involve analysing the text, as some Bible-reading does. The reader should simply absorb the words and allow God's message to filter through.

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