The Rule of St. Benedict for a Chaotic World

England of the fifth century A.D. was a society in flux, in which stability was a scarce resource amidst upheaval and unrest. Centuries of conflict had fallen upon the small island as the final cadences of Pax Romana expired, giving way to barbarian invasions from the North. It was a time in which many […]

via “The Rule of St Benedict” and Rod Dreher’s Benedict Option for Modern Christians in a Post-Christian Culture — Along the Beam

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