• image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
Saturday, 29 July 2023 15:32

Lectio Divina for August 2023

You can download and save the scripture texts, reflections and prayers for Lectio Divina for each day of this month. Lectio Divina is a traditional way of praying the Scriptures. Visit our Lectio Divina page for more information about how to pray using Lectio Divina.

pdf Lectio Divina August 2023 in PDF Format (828 KB)                          
undefined Lectio Divina August 2023 for iPhone iPad (190 KB)                             
undefined Lectio Divina August 2023 for Kindle (642 KB)

Join our Lectio Online group

We meet every Friday at 10am (Australian Eastern Daylight Time) [You are welcome to join from other time zones, eg. Perth/Singapore/Philippines: 7am; Timor-Leste/Tokyo: 8am; New Zealand: 12pm; Los Angeles: Thursday 4pm; New York/Toronto: Thursday 7pm] to prayerfully reflect on the Gospel of the coming Sunday. Complete the form below to register.

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Subscribe below to receive our Carmelite Communications email that includes 'Celebrating At Home' each week and 'Lectio Divina' for the daily prayers and reflections each month

* indicates required

Download our Lectio Divina images to share on Social Media

Click thumbnail images below to enlarge.

Published in News

 

Contact Us

Carmelite Provincial Centre
75 Wright Street,
Middle Park Victoria 3206 Australia.
+61 3 9699 1922
provincialoffice@carmelites.org.au

Carmelite Communications
Communications Director:
Fr David Hofman, O.Carm
+61 3 9699 2950
communications@carmelites.org.au

Carmelite Rule

A rule of life was given to the early Carmelites by St Albert Avogadro, Patriach of Jerusalem between the years 1206 - 1214. It was finally approved by Pope Innocent in 1247 and later underwent mitigations which were not in the original text.

The Carmelite Rule states that is basic for a Carmelite to "live a life of allegiance to Jesus Christ - how, pure in heart and stout in conscience, he must be unswerving in the service of his Master" [no.2].

Safeguarding

The Carmelites of Australia and Timor-Leste are committed to the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults from all forms of abuse and mistreatment.

NCSS Commitment Badge 250 ReverseWe are committed to safeguarding all people in our care, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Read more

 

acpa memberContact Us | Privacy Policy | Subscribe | Prayer | Titus Brandsma

 

Site designed, developed and hosted by Matthew Price: Transformation by Design