Honoring St. Benedict

 

 

“No one is to pursue what is judged best for oneself, but instead, what is better for someone else.”

St. Benedict

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Nancy HC Ward is a journalist, author, and speaker who blogs about Catholicism, her conversion, and Christian community at JoyAlive.net,
 7 websites and 7 magazines. She loves to share her faith story and help others share theirs through her Sharing Your Faith Stories seminars, also available on DVD. She contributed four chapters to The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion. She facilitates the Dallas/Fort Worth Catholic Writers and a critique group for the Catholic Writers Guild, where she serves as a board member.
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2 Responses to Honoring St. Benedict

  1. Leslie Lynch says:

    Reminds me of contrasting images of heaven and hell:

    Hell – a banquet table overflowing with food, the only silverware being forks too long to reach one’s mouth, and all the people slowly starving, as they are unable to feed themselves.

    Heaven – the same banquet table, the same silverware, but each person using their fork to feed the person opposite them.

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