Why did Cardinal Ratzinger choose the great patron of Europe as the patron of his pontificate?
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The Benedict oblate lives an eremitical life in Michigan, from where she shares her faith and love of gardening with readers worldwide.
COMMENTARY: The Church we see mixes Divine and human, and the human beings in it show themselves to be very human indeed.
Walking in St. Benedict’s Footsteps: Karl Keating’s Recent Pilgrimage Along the Cammino di San Benedetto
What it’s like to pass through the rolling and picturesque Sibillini and Apennine mountain ranges of central Italy where the saint lived.
Pope Benedict XIV solemnly approved and recommended the use of the medal to the faithful in 1742.
If the monks who pray all day need a Little Silence to recoup, so do we.
Monastery set in the hills near St. Benedict’s birthplace focuses on wisdom that is ‘always new.’