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"The first step of humility is unhesitating obedience, which comes naturally to those who cherish Christ above all" (Rule of Saint Benedict 5:1-2).
What does obedience mean? Why do I need to obey? Whom should I obey? Let us join Dom Clement Ma. Roque, OSB, Vice President for Finance, as he reflects on the Benedictine Hallmark of Obedience on the fifth day of our novena to Saint Benedict.
 

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"Saint Benedict is inviting us to keep our hearts and minds open to the ways of God that are moving us" (Escullar, 2020).

Let us journey together as we learn to conform to Christ by turning away from sin and by living a life of faith. Conversatio, our gradual transformation to the values of Christ, plays a vital role in our spiritual life as Christians. On the fourth day of our novena to Saint Benedict, Mr. Ferdinand Escullar of the Center for Campus Ministry invites us to trust in the Spirit of God in casting away all hindrances that keep us from following Christ's footsteps.

You may send your prayer intentions, reflections, and comments to our campus ministers at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

 
St. Benedict's community is a place where the practice of charity is lived out on a daily basis—where God is encountered in the other and where we find the way to receive God's offer of life and love" (Mendoza, 2020).

Saint Benedict describes the monastic community as a "school of the Lord's service." It entails a sense of stability, which means being committed to accept the other as a brother or sister, foster a sense of belongingness, and play a vital part in contributing to the welfare of the community.

Let us join Fr. Anthony Ma. Mendoza, OSB, Vice President for Administrative Services and Head of the Campus Ministry, as he leads us in reflection and prayer on the third day of our novena to Saint Benedict.

You may send your prayer intentions, reflections, and comments to our campus ministers at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  
 

Last Updated (Saturday, 04 July 2020 11:42)

 
"When we pray, we have to put all our trust in God ... for God, nothing is impossible" (Maestro, 2020).
What is prayer? Why is it important to pray during this time of crisis? Let us join Mr. Samuel James Maestro, Staff Assistant of the Center for Campus Ministry, in reflecting on the Benedictine Hallmark of Prayer for the second day of our novena to St. Benedict.

Last Updated (Saturday, 04 July 2020 11:17)

 

"Love begets love, as the maxim goes, and God who is love never fails in this" (De Villa, 2020).

God who is love waits for each and every one of us to come close to him and be reconciled. Fr. Gerardo Ma. De Villa, OSB, Rector-President and Director of Catholic Benedictine Formation, invites us to trust in God's mercy and generosity on the first day of our novena to Saint Benedict.

 

Last Updated (Thursday, 02 July 2020 13:26)