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Lectio Divina is a reflection based on the daily Gospel. It is composed by Carmelite scholars and is available in English, Spanish and Italian. It is sent out monthly at the end of the previous month (for instance the Lectio Divina of Febrary will be emailed out by the end of January).
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La Lectio Divina es una reflexiÃ³n basada en el Evangelio de cada dÃa. Ã‰sta ha sido escrita por varios estudiosos carmelitas y se encubre disponible en inglÃ©s, espaÃ±ol e italiano. Se envÃa mensualmente al final del mes anterior (por ejemplo, la Lectio Divina de febrero se envÃa al final de enero).
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March 26th 2023 CDT
April – Abril – Aprile 2023 ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL | ITALIANO Download English: ocarm.org/en/prayer/lectiodivina Descargar Español: ocarm.org/es/prayer/lectiodivina Scarica Italiano: ocarm.org/it/prayer/lectiodivina ENGLISH LECTIO DIVINA - April 2023 Lectio Divina April 2023 [PDF] Download here Lectio Divina April 2023 [ePub] Download here Lectio Divina April 2023 [Mobi] Download here If you wish to receive updates on current news from the Carmelite Order, subscribe to CITO ...Continue Reading
March 24th 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Let Him Go Free5th Sunday of Lent*The final of the three Great Gospels of Lent is ours today - a Gospel story of life and freedom. Like the gospels of the last two Sundays, the dramatic story of Jesus raising his friend Lazarus from the dead is a story of love, faith and belief.One thing that is rarely commented on about this story is the image of love that pervades it. Jesus has treated the Samaritan woman with dignity, respect, gentleness and love, and reached out in love to heal the bl ...Continue Reading
March 17th 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Journey into the Light 4th Sunday of Lent* In this Sunday’s Gospel we accompany the man who was born blind on his journey into the light. The first thing we read in the full version of this Gospel is that Jesus announces that the man is sinless – he has been born blind so that God’s glory can be seen at work in him. Then Jesus gives the blind man sight. Notice that the man didn’t ask to be healed – this is Jesus’ initiative, taking the first step and reaching out in love. That’s how J ...Continue Reading
March 10th 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Come and Drink3rd Sunday of Lent*The Gospels of the next three Sunday make clear that the Way from temptation to transfiguration is in and through Jesus Christ who is Living Water, Light and Life for the would-be disciple. They are three great stories from John about responding in faith.The first of the three ‘great Gospels’ of Lent is ours this weekend: the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman.Read more ...Celebrating At Home - 3rd Sunday in Lent [PDF]Celebratin ...Continue Reading
March 2nd 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Transfiguration 2nd Sunday of Lent* This Sunday’s Gospel of the Transfiguration completes the ‘little parable’ formed by the Gospels of the first two Sundays of Lent. These Gospels tell us what Lent is about and what Christian life is about: a journey from temptation and doubt to transfiguration and faith. A journey away from allowing ourselves to be tempted to evil, and towards allowing ourselves to be tempted to good by the action of God’s Holy Spirit within us. Read more ... Celebrating ...Continue Reading
February 28th 2023 CDT
March – Marzo – Marzo 2023 ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL | ITALIANO Download English: ocarm.org/en/prayer/lectiodivina Descargar Español: ocarm.org/es/prayer/lectiodivina Scarica Italiano: ocarm.org/it/prayer/lectiodivina ENGLISH LECTIO DIVINA - March 2023 Lectio Divina March 2023 [PDF] Download here Lectio Divina March 2023 [ePub] Download here Lectio Divina March 2023 [Mobi] Download here If you wish to receive updates on current news from the Carmelite Order, subscribe to CITOC ...Continue Reading
February 23rd 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Temptation to Transfiguration 1st Sunday of Lent* Our great Lenten journey has begun. It’s a journey which begins in ash and ends in water. We begin Lent in the ash of acknowledging our own part in harbouring, creating and doing evil - those places in our hearts where the fire of anger, bitterness, selfishness or narrowness of mind and heart has left nothing but cold ash. As always, the Gospels of the first two Sundays in Lent provide a road map for our Lenten journey from temptation (this Sunda ...Continue Reading
February 16th 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Going the Extra Mile7th Sunday of Ordinary Time*Vengeance, retaliation and violence seem part and parcel of the human experience. When we are hurt our ﬁrst instinct is often to strike back, to take revenge on the one who hurt us - ‘pay back’, as we call it.In continuing his Sermon on the Mount in today’s Gospel, Jesus calls his disciples to a new way of handling violence and unjust treatment - not with revenge and retaliation, but with open-hearted generosity and forgiveness.Read more&nbs ...Continue Reading
February 10th 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Excessive Generosity6th Sunday of Ordinary Time*In the Jewish tradition, guidance about how to be at rights with God and neighbor is found in the Torah, the teaching contained in the ﬁrst ﬁve books of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament). It is especially important for St Matthew, writing his Gospel for Jewish believers, to show that Jesus is not opposed to Jewish teachings and traditions. He has not come to abolish the Law or the Prophets, but to complete or fulﬁll them.Read more . ...Continue Reading
February 2nd 2023 CDT
Celebrating at Home: Vulnerable Risk-Takers 5th Sunday of Ordinary Time* Continuing the Sermon on the Mount this week, Jesus goes on to say that if they live this way, they will be like the salt that transforms the ﬂavor of food and the light that transforms the darkness. Undertaking this path of transformation produces the ﬂavor and light of good works which lift burdens from our fellow human beings, not for the praise of the disciple but for the praise to God. Read more ... Celebrating At Home - 5th Su ...Continue Reading