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According to USCCB, the “Lectio divina is a form of meditation rooted in liturgical celebration that dates back to early monastic communities. It was a method practiced by monks in their daily encounter with Scripture, both as they prepared for the Eucharist and as they prayed the Liturgy of the Hours.” If you are interested in download the last Lectio Divina, please visit the link below.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
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