Divine Office | God’s gifts are wonderful

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter by Pope St. Clement I of Rome to the Church in Corinth, ca. 96 A.D. Clement was the fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus and Cletus. He lived towards the end of the first century, but nothing is known for certain about his life. Clement’s letter to the Corinthian church has survived. It is the first known Patristic document, and exhorts them to peace and brotherly harmony. For a reflection, "God's gifts are wonderful," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | Let us follow the way of truth

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter by St. Clement I of Rome to the Church in Corinth, ca. 96 A.D. Clement was the fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus and Cletus. He lived towards the end of the first century, but nothing is known for certain about his life. Clement’s letter to the Corinthian church has survived. It is the first known Patristic document, and exhorts them to peace and brotherly harmony. For a reflection, "Let us follow the way of truth," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | God is faithful in his promises

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter by St. Clement I of Rome to the Church in Corinth, ca. 96 A.D. Clement was the fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus and Cletus. He lived towards the end of the first century, but nothing is known for certain about his life. Clement’s letter to the Corinthian church has survived. It is the first known Patristic document, and exhorts them to peace and brotherly harmony. For a reflection, "God is faithful in his promises," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | Let us not be fugitives from the will of God

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter by St. Clement I of Rome to the Church in Corinth, ca. 96 A.D. Clement was the fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus and Cletus. He lived towards the end of the first century, but nothing is known for certain about his life. Clement’s letter to the Corinthian church has survived. It is the first known Patristic document, and exhorts them to peace and brotherly harmony. For a reflection, "Let us not be fugitives from the will of God," please click on the image. Peace be with you!

Divine Office | In his goodness to all, God gives order and harmony to the world

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a letter by St. Clement I of Rome to the Church in Corinth, ca. 96 A.D. Clement was the fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus and Cletus. He lived towards the end of the first century, but nothing is known for certain about his life. Clement’s letter to the Corinthian church has survived. It is the first known Patristic document, and exhorts them to peace and brotherly harmony. For a reflection, "In his goodness to all, God gives order and harmony to the world," please click on the image. Peace be with you!