The Benedictine Oblates meet from October through May at 5:30pm in Corinthians classroom in the Pastoral Community Center. Refer to the Event Calendar for specific meeting dates.
|Contact Person||Joan Hall|
If you are looking for more in your spiritual journey, we invite any Christian man or woman (18 and over) to come and find out what we are about. Oblates pray the Liturgy of Hours, follow the Rule of St. Benedict , practice lectio divina, are faithful to the sacraments (or other religious practices) and cultivate a sense of God’s presence in daily living.
To become an oblate, you must be a man or women (18 or over) of any Christian denomination, married or single, who is looking for more in your spiritual journey.
An Oblate offers one’s self in prayer and service; seeks God daily through study, prayer and conversion of life; affiliates oneself formally with a particular Benedictine monastery while continuing to live in one’s own home and locale.
Dedicating Yourself to God as an Oblate means:
As Oblates, there is a connection to the Monastic Community in Arizona…