St. Seraphim of Sarov (1754-1833) is arguably the most popular of modern Orthodox Christian saints. The allure of his holiness drew pilgrims from all over Russia to his small hermitage. There, as from an inexhaustible spring, he poured out spiritual consolation on the multitudes in the form of physical and spiritual healings. While his healing... Continue Reading →
Occasionally, somebody goes on a long journey with no money, food, map, change of clothing, or protection. Such a person is either a saint or a lunatic - perhaps a bit of both. Generally, the wiser choice when taking a long journey is to go provisioned with at least the basics. Our soul is likewise... Continue Reading →
Lectio divina is an ancient method of digesting the Scriptures through reading, meditation, and prayer. This article looks at ten ways to succeed in its practice.
Reading can affect our outlook in life - these saints changed their lives radically through what they read.
Fr. Jean-Pierre de Caussade has long been cherished for his spiritual guidance. This article looks at his method for spiritual reading.
Many people would like to read the Bible but are not sure where to begin. A planned schedule is a good option as it provides a daily itinerary through the Holy Scriptures.