This post is a year old, but I saw it for the first time today and thought it worth sharing.
“The New Monasticism Gets Older, But Will it Grow Up? by Greg Peters”
On Protestant, evangelical monasticism.
I thought this quote from John Henry Newman was particularly interesting:
“Clergymen at present are subject to the painful experience of losing the more religious portion of their flock. . . . They desire to be stricter than the mass of churchmen, and the church gives them no means.”
We prefer the word ‘spiritual’ over ‘religious’ these days, but the same is true nevertheless.
Does the longing for deeper devotion than the churches offer resonate with you?
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