For many of us, the notion of taking our whole selves – body, mind and soul – to work is ludicrous. We reserve our souls for home and church, and not for the loud, chaotic and profane workplace. Continue Reading
By Sister Stefanie MacDonald, OSB
Many people are familiar with the Benedictines’ motto of “work and prayer.” That is, Benedictines seek to balance prayer time and work time. Today, however, Sr. Antoinette helped us explore what it should really mean in practice.
Foremost, she said, work and prayer should be more than what we do. It should be what and how we live. Continue Reading