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“Avisos de la Santa Madre Teresa de Jesus que ella dió en esta vida, por revelacion divina," is the Spanish title.”
“The desire for God and love of his Word are therefore reciprocally nourished and bring forth in monastic life the unsupressable need for the opus Dei, the studium orationis andlectio divina, which is listening to the Word of God, accompanied by the great voices of the tradition of the Fathers and Saints, and also prayer, guided and sustained by this Word.”
“As he began his career, the Second Vatican Council recommended the ancient Christian practice of "lectio divina" -- sacred reading.”
“Lectio divina has been likened to a “feasting on the Word.””
“Before we move on I want to mention an ancient practice known as lectio divina LD, which literally means “divine reading” and is being revived in all parts of Christendom these days.”
“My blogger friend Pastor Paul Long is back with another installment of his lectio divina with my book.”
“It has been an interesting "lectio divina" exercise for me.”
“In the Didascalicon (1128), a treatise on education notable for its treatment of both the liberal and mechanical arts,139 Hugh of St. Victor divided the stages of learning into the lectio divina and meditatio.”
“[Translation of Pacioli's commentaries on the Roman Alphabet added to the De divina proportione of 1498, and published in 1509 in Venice by Paganinus.] — — —.”
“Within the court of Urbino, Luca Pacioli offers various categories for knowledge in his De divina proportione.”
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