Let’s take a little break from our series on the Liturgy of the Hours.
A few weeks ago, the Western Dominican Province gathered for an assembly. Most of the 140 friars gathered at our House of Studies, the Priory of St. Albert the Great, to be together, do some long range planning and discerning, and pray together as a community.
While there, I found myself in our cloister garden staring at a statue of Holy Father Dominic. And it reminded me of a blog post I did when I was in studies.
This is a reflection I wrote about this statue. I hope this brings you a peek into the life and spirituality of the Dominican Order, and bring you an intimate relationship with He Who Calls.
Holy Father Dominic, pray for us!
Dear Fr. Isaiah Mary, This featured post was actually an unexpected enhancement to the series on the Liturgy if the Hours. Last week a friend forwarded a beautiful video of a group of Dominicans participating in the Liturgy of the Hours. I noticed several of the friars had their hoods up and wondered if there was a significance. Thank you for your continuing efforts to teach us through you writing and experience.