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Did You Know…

Did You Know…

Lectio Divina is a slow, contemplative praying of the Scriptures. By setting aside quiet time for lectio divina one can be enabled to discover a spiritual rhythm. By this rhythm, we can find a deeper ability to offer more of ourselves to the Father.

How to practice lectio divina:

  • Turn to the text and read it slowly, gently. Savor each portion of the reading, constantly listening for the “still, small voice” of a word or phrase that somehow says, “I am for you today.” In lectio divina, God is teaching us to listen to him, to seek him in silence.
  • Take the word into yourself. Do not be afraid of distractions. Memories or thoughts are simply parts of yourself that, when they rise up during lectio divina, are asking to be given to God along with the rest of your inner self. Allow this inner pondering, this rumination, to invite you into dialogue with God.
  • Speak to God. Whether you use words, ideas, or images–or all three–is not important. Interact with God as you would with one who you know loves and accepts you. And give to him what you have discovered during your experience of meditation. Give to God what you have found within your heart.
  • Rest in God’s embrace. And when he invites you to return to your contemplation of his word or to your inner dialogue with him, do so. Learn to use words when words are helpful, and to let go of words when they no longer are necessary.


Lectio divina has no goal other than that of being in the presence of God by praying the Scriptures.

Why not give it a try?

Click on the images below for some good additional lectio divina resources:



Another resource from the USCCB:



Day of Prayer and Reflection

Lenten Day Of Prayer



Saturday, March 18, 2017


Featuring Joe Tremblay

Diocese of Green Bay  Adult Faith Formation Coordinator


St. Kunegunda Catholic Church

Registration 8:30-9 a.m.

9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

(Mass will be at St. Theresa’s at 4 p.m.)


Pre-Registration is Requested.

Sign up at the entrances to both St. Theresa and St. Kunegunda, or

by contacting Jen at 715.490.4362 or via email at:


Lunch will be provided.


Childcare will be available for any who need it. (pre-registration required).


There is no fee for this wonderful day,

however free will donations will be accepted.


33 Days to Merciful Love Group Retreat

Journey into the heart of St. Theres of Lisieux’s Little Way with the 33 Days to Merciful Love Group Retreat. This 6 week parish retreat includes workbooks, group discussion and talks on DVD by renowned speaker and author Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC.

Consecration will be held on Divine Mercy Sunday for those wishing to participate.

Cost is $20 for Materials.

Signup at the entrances to church or contact Jen at 715.490.4362.


Adult Formation Digital Resource Page

Click on the shield below to find a Collection of Online Catholic Resources: Websites, Video, Apps, Podcasts or Radio featuring speakers and organizations such as Fr. Mike Schmitz, Bishop Robert Barron, Scott Hahn, Dynamic Catholic, Catholic Answers, Fr. Andrew Ricci and many more!



Weekly Bible Study

Our weekly At Home with the Word Bible Study meets each Wednesday in the lower level of the Demmer Library each week from 10-11:30 a.m. This study focuses on the Sunday readings each week. This is a open study as folks can attend as many or as few times as they like without fear of falling behind.

Everyone is welcome to join this study, just stop in any Wednesday that works for you!

There is an elevator at the back entrance for those who find it easier to get to the lower level that way.