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St. Benedict Comments

In our modern world, we talk fast, we travel fast, and we even pray fast. Have you ever attended rosaries where people seem to say the words at breakneck speed -- apparently more worried about finishing before Mass starts than savoring each word? Our impatience to get to the end, our focus on completion rather than process is a real danger in reading Scripture when every word is from God and has a power all its own. Benedict knew that power ... Continue Reading

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  1. klachz
    5 years ago

    very helpful, thank you

  2. Tom
    6 years ago

    There is no saint's day given here for St. Benedict. That's disappointing since that is what I was looking for. I find a date for his twin when I look her up. HELP! Must I go search elsewhere?

  3. louise
    6 years ago

    this was very helpful,
    i needed help with an assignment.

  4. John M.
    6 years ago

    Thats cool

  5. Kloey
    6 years ago

    this helped me with a project

  6. david
    6 years ago

    Thank you.

  7. Jody B
    6 years ago

    This info has really helped me with my school project...thanks lots:P

  8. Michael
    6 years ago

    I have heard St. Michael referred to as the Patron Saint of Law Enforcement. But also as the Angel of Death ?

    Explain please.

  9. john
    6 years ago

    This is a splendid sight, because of it I can now learn all the prayers

  10. Bev
    6 years ago

    I'm so grateful to be able to access so many beautiful Catholic teachings and truths online. Bought a St Benedicts crucifix and have enjoyed reading about him and his inspiring faith. St Benedict, pray for us.

  11. rain mark
    6 years ago

    hi how are you!!

  12. Annette
    6 years ago

    I thank St. Benedict for hearing my prayer and have faith in his intercession to our merciful God through Jesus his Son.

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