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Lectio Divina

Aleteia - published on 03/08/13

Lectio divina is a dynamic, life-oriented approach to reading Holy Scriptures encouraged by both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. It provides a framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Bible that is sincere and authentic. Lectio divina is a blessing for the entire Church as it opens up the rich truths of Scripture for every Christian. Th rough it believers are invited to read

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