The “Lectio Divina” (the “Divine Lesson”) is a way of practicing mental prayer using the Sacred Scriptures: it enables an intimate conversation between us and Jesus, as we speak to him from the heart and listen to him speak to us through his inspired word.
The Bible is not simply an account of things that happened many years ago: God still speaks to us through his word–especially when we prayerfully meditate it, opening our souls to a dynamic encounter with him.
Click the button below to download a printable guide to Lectio Divina, with sample Gospel passages to get you started.
Go deeper with the "Lectio: Prayer" series on FORMED, available to you for free under the St. Charles parish subscription. Click here to set up your account and begin accessing this and the other amazing Catholic video content right from your home.
Spend time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament during the following Eucharistic Adoration times at St. Charles:
- Sundays, 5:00-6:00pm in the Chapel
- Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm in the Church (as part of our weekly P3 event)
St. Charles is also happy to partner with our neighboring parish, St. Agnes, in promoting Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in our city. Click the button below to sign up for a time slot.