12. September 2020 - 10:00 till 16:00
St Antony's Priory, Durham
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The Rule of St Benedict Today | Saturday, 12. September 2020

An exploration of the enduring relevance of the Rule of St Benedict



How can we apply the principles of this 'little rule for beginners', written 1500 years ago, to the circumstances of contemporary society? What might the principles of the monastic life say to us today?



The answer might be more than we think.



In this Quiet Day we will explore aspects of the Rule of St Benedict, and the relevance of Benedictine spirituality to everyday life.



Programme

10.00 Arrive/Coffee

10.30 First Address

12 noon Eucharist

Lunch (please bring a packed lunch)

13.30 Second Address

15.30 Evening Prayer

16.00 Depart



Please remember to bring a packed lunch, and please be aware that parking is very limited at the Priory.



Led by The Revd Dr Nicholas Buxton

Nicholas is the Director of St Antony’s Priory, Durham, and founder the Newcastle Meditation Centre. He is the author of Tantalus and the Pelican: exploring monastic spirituality today (2009) and The Wilderness Within: meditation and modern life (2014).