Engaging Lent with Easter Joy: A Collection of Notes from a Monastery / Digital original - eBook
Engaging Lent with Easter Joy: A Collection of Notes from a Monastery / Digital original - eBook  -     Edited By: Brother Francis Wagner
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Engaging Lent with Easter Joy: A Collection of Notes from a Monastery / Digital original - eBook

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abbey Press
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781497681880
ISBN-13: 9781497681880

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Lent—with its intensified practices of prayer, self-denial, and almsgiving—provides us with the opportunity to "wash away the negligence of other times." But it is not a time to be dour and downcast. As Christians, we must keep in mind that Jesus was raised once and for all. St. Benedict reflects this point of view when he writes that while engaging in our Lenten practices, we should "look forward to holy Easter with joy and spiritual longing" and "with the joy of the Holy Spirit." The ageless wisdom of Benedict presented in this eBook will assist you in making your own Lenten practices less about "giving up" something, and more about "taking up" the good that God offers us in becoming more fully children of the Resurrection.

Author Bio

Br. Francis de Sales Wagner, O.S.B., is a Benedictine monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in Indiana, and is an editor and writer for Path of Life Publications at the Abbey Press. Born and raised in Findlay, Ohio, he received his undergraduate degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University in 1988. He worked as a staff writer, news editor, managing editor, copy editor, and wire editor for four daily newspapers in Ohio before coming to Saint Meinrad in 2006. He professed his vows as a monk in 2008, and in 2012 received a Master of Theological Studies degree in the School of Theology. He also serves as a conference presenter for the Benedictine oblate program and as a spiritual director. He is the author of several pastoral care publications and spirituality articles, and is editor of the book Sacred Rhythms: The Monastic Way Every Day.

 

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