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Lectio Divina at Guy's


29 Mar
Medieval figures in prayer
Lectio Divina at Guy's

Are you interested in praying with the Bible? Would you like to grow, alongside other King's students, in loving union with Jesus Christ? Then why not join the Lectio Divina group!

Lectio Divina is Latin for “divine reading.” It is a term given to an ancient technique from Catholic tradition, of reading and meditating on Sacred Scripture, which consists of four key steps: lectio (reading) meditatio (meditation) oratio (prayer) and contemplatio (contemplation) Some also add actio (action) as a fifth step to this sequence.

The group meet will meet every Wednesday this semester between 3.30-4:30pm in the Chaplaincy room on the Guy’s campus to practice this prayer method and grow in faith together. 

To sign-up, or for more information, please email Laurence, Catholic Chaplain at the Guy’s campus: using your King's email account.

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