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Lectio divina - what’s it all about?

Lectio divina (Latin for divine reading, holy reading, spiritual reading) is an ancient tradition of reading and engaging with the bible. It is a traditional Christian practice of prayer and scriptural reading that encourages a communion with the Triune God as well as promotes a spiritual connection with scripture. Lectio divina is a way of praying with Scripture that calls one to study, ponder, listen and, finally, pray from God's Word

Seven last sayings

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Jesus hung on the cross for six hours before he died. In that time, he spoke to his friends, to the criminal crucified next to him, and to God. They are the last words he spoke before he died. These pages present Jesus' seven last sayings in seven short movies. Links to the animations are found below, links to the text are found to the right.

Daily prayer

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Prayer is a rewarding and life enhancing conversation with God. But at times it can be difficult. You can feel isolated from others, running out of things to say and getting distracted. Pre-written daily prayers, started centuries ago by Monks and Nuns, can be a great help. The words already written can help you concentrate and to know that many other people are praying along with you can be enormously encouraging. Jesus encouraged his followers to pray regularly and discipline is needed to accomplish that. Daily prayers help by developing a habit.

Four rooms

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Experience four different rooms which represent four different aspects of Jesus. Imagine being where Jesus lived and worked those years before his public ministry. Does knowing that Jesus was an ordinary human help us to relate to him now? What help can be drawn from relating to Jesus in his role as sacrifice or triumphant risen King? And alongside these there is Jesus as creator.

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Labyrinth

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With this online version the pieces of music are the same (make sure your speakers are turned on) but the actions and activities have been translated to suit the web.

Celtic spirituality

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Celtic Christians see life as a pilgrimage, use earthy yet poetic prayers, and have a vivid sense of saints, angels and the unseen world. Use the module contents in the column to the right to find out more.

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