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We are a people whose mission is to strive to fashion a world in which all may thrive, especially the last and the least a world, that is, where the living God is the central reality in the story of our lives and our history.

The Benedictine Monks of
Weston Priory
Highlights From the Fall/Winter 2004 Bulletin

Table of Contents

1) A Sign of Contradiction

  • 'Ours is a time of immense challenge; it can also be a moment of great opportunity for communities of the gospel. The challenge is not simply to imitate what Jesus did, but to live as faithfully and compassionately in the world of today as Jesus did in his.' (more)

2) Poetry Selections

3) A Plea to the Christian Conscience

  • 'This horrific number of civilians... killed, as well as the laying waste of many population centers in Iraq, warrant condemnation by all persons of conscience.' (more)

4) Life Together in One Heart

  • We share with you some of the events which have marked our community life during the past months. (more)
5) Globalization in the Spirit: A Reflection on the Benedictine Congress by Brother Richard

  • The exchange for me became an opportunity not just for theoretical reflection upon this growing phenomenon in our world today, but to hear firsthand the effects such a reality is having on so many of our brothers and sisters. (more)

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