Monthly Archives: June 2012

Learning from Evelyn Underhill

Today is the feast day of Evelyn Underhill.  Although, she is not a saint in the traditional sense, it is only because the Anglican Church does not have a process to canonize holy individuals to the title of Saint.  She … Continue reading

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Church Yard Sale

So our church had a big yard sale last weekend.  It was a HUGE success!  We raised around $400 for Habitat for Humanity in Nicholasville, KY.  We sold a lot of stuff to the poorer community in Nicholasville the highest … Continue reading

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Feast Day of St. Barnabas

As many of you know, I am a Third-Order Benedictine monk, at the name of my profession I was given the name Br. Barnabas.  Barnabas means, “son of encouragement,” I have tried very hard to live into/reflect this spiritual gift … Continue reading

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Mark’s Question: “Who is Jesus?”

I have been reading Mark lately.  I have noticed a trend in the book of Mark.  It starts in Mark 1 and goes through Mark 15.  So from the start of Jesus’ ministry to his death, Mark is asking a … Continue reading

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A Divorce from the Old: A Review of New Monasticism: What It Has to Say to Today’s Church

In Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s book New Monasticism: What It Has to Say to Today’s Church, he attempts to introduce the New Monastic movement to American Christianity.  He does this in nine easy-to-read chapters.  In the first chapter, he explains why he believes … Continue reading

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