be rooted

Jul 16, 2017

It’s a beautiful Sunday morning here at sunrise, the bells of the monastery have been ringing calling the monks to prayer, and in a couple of hours we will gather with the community and other retreatants for the Sunday morning monastery Mass.

We have a wonderful selection of readings in today’s liturgy.

I’m reminded as I hear the second reading of one of my great theology teachers who would often quote the opening lines of the readings to us when we were stressed about study and exams…  more at the link below:

At sunrise on Sunday thinking about stress and roots.

 

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