Introduction to Benedictine Spirituality – Monday March 8
The Benedictine Order has been around for 1500 years. During that time, members have established a spiritual lifestyle many — including myself — have found life-altering in the very best of ways.
Benedictine Spirituality is a contemplative practice allowing one to move from a noisy, complicated world into one of mindful awareness using time-honored practices.
During our time together, we will explore what it means to be Benedictine, participate in spiritual practices during two short meditation sessions, and talk about what the Benedictine communities can offer you.
St. Benedict is famous for his book on how we are to live. It can be boiled down into a single simple sentence, “We are to treat everyone as if they are Christ.” I hope you join us.
WHEN: Monday March 8 7pm-8:30pm
WHERE: Zoom (Link will be sent a day prior to the event)
Michael Kassner is a friend of Christos Center. He was the facilitator for the Wednesday Contemplative Pause. Michael is a contemplative, Benedictine oblate, and a member of AA. He is a lay pastoral minister who serves a parish and several assisted-care centers.