Monthly Archives: April 2012

Why we are New Day Monks

“As the wars of religion (surrounding the Reformation) subsided and the bloody persecutions came to an end, a remarkable but often overlooked similarity in devotion emerged. The Catholic Church and the Protestant churches, which were now growing in number, had … Continue reading

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Wonderful

The other gods were strong, but Thou wast weak; They rode, but Thou didst stumble to a throne; But to our wounds only God’s wounds can speak, And not a god has wounds, but Thou alone. Edward Shillito

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The Soldier’s Perspective

“Those who will want to be more devoted and signalize themselves in all service of their King Eternal and universal Lord, not only will offer their persons to the labor, but even, acting against their own sensuality and against their … Continue reading

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