Above, a statue of St. Benedict in Italy (Credit: Pixabay via the National Catholic Register)

Learn Benedictine Humility by Reading This Book

. . .Although St. Benedict retreated into seclusion to escape the lures of wealth & immorality, following in his footsteps does not necessarily require the total rejection of the world. In his book entitled Humility Rules, Benedictine Father J. Augustine Wetta suggests another way of life inspired by St. Benedict, one that is compatible with modernity. . .

by Hannah Kubiak,

of the National Catholic Register

4 Rules for Discernment Every Catholic Should Know! – ChurchPop
The Devil Hates Lent – Here’s How to Beat Him – Laura Ricketts, epicPew
A Marian Pilgrimage to St. Kateri Tekakwitha’s Shrine – Marge Fenelon, NC Register
Is Tardiness a Vice? – Joannie Watson, Integrated Catholic Life™
When Your Children Act Up In Church – Steffani Jacobs, Catholic Stand
How Granda Brought About Twin Pugin-Inspired Chalices – Kinga U. Lipinska, LAJ
A View of the Sacraments in the Age of Enlightenment – Rick Yoder, The Amish Catholic
The Astounding Humility in Jesus’ Human Nature – Cameron Edman, Catholic Stand
What is a Sacristan? – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia
What Does the Word “Amen” Mean? – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia
A Courtly French Prayer Book – Rev. Allan Barton Ph.D., Liturgical Arts Journal
Lent as a Moving Experience – Gabriel Garnica, Catholic Stand
Journal Your Way to Spiritual Growth – Katie Warner, National Catholic Register
Lent: A Time for Transformation – Wendy McMahon, Catholic Stand
Ashes to Ashes: A Lenten Reflection – Paul Oakes, Catholic Stand
Lent: A Holy Pause that Shakes the Soul – Mark C. McCann, Catholic Stand
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Note II: The editor apologizes for the late edition, he was busy upgrading the website
For the MONDAY EDITION (26 February, AD 2018) click here.
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