Feb 8, 2019
(2:30) Over 100 years of Benedictine presence in Cullman, Alabama
(4:30) Discerning a call to law school and Benedictine life at the same time
(7:30) Influence of the Civil Rights Movement on call to religious life
(12:30) The Rule of Benedict, and prayer as part of everyday life
(18:00) What it’s like to be in the Benedictine community
(20:00) Bringing a Benedictine perspective to ministry as a Pastoral Associate and hospice minister
(25:00) Witnessing to God’s love as an attorney in juvenile court and in criminal defense work
(30:00) Listener question: Do Christians have a duty to discern God’s calling in their lives?
(42:00) Listener question: Why is being a nun sometimes called “a higher state”?
(43:00) Pope Francis on “ordinary holiness”
(46:00) Listener question: Does self-denial help you grow in love for God and neighbor?
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