Learning to Die


The beloved Benedictine monk, Brother David Steindl-Rast, tells us that “In the rule of St. Benedict, the momenta mori has always been important, because one of what St. Benedict calls “the tools of good works” meaning the basic approaches to the daily life of the monastery — is to have death at all times before one’s eyes.” Learn more about his heartfelt discoveries in the following excerpt.

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