We find ourselves invited by the psalmist to reflect on the period of exodus and taking the promised land. The unknown psalmist uses a healthy dose of repetition to highlight
This psalm was full of repetition, and contrast. The unknown psalmist finds themself living in a world that worships idols. Being surrounded by idol worshipers that don’t know God leads
What a wonderful first psalm to translate and prepare for our breviary. It does not take much imagination to see hints and glimmers of Jesus in these words of David.
One of the most content rich parts of our practice of Urban Monasticism is praying the offices. All of the psalms, readings, canticles, antiphons, prayers, and more that go into
There is a lot to do around here. We are excited and slowly stepping into what is before us. This is a short letter to announce our Pilot. It will
This is not a place we ever expected to find ourselves. After years of slow and methodical leading by God we are prayerfully starting Urban Monasticism. Our hearts, hopes, and