The Spirituality of St. Benedict
Part of our Summer of Spirituality Series
St. Benedict of Nursia by many accounts is one of the most influential figures in Christian history. He is known most notably as the writer of The Rule followed by many Western monastic orders today. But you don’t have to be a monk to draw from the wisdom and practice of Benedictine spirituality. What is it all about? How can we live it out as lay people? Find out at our next Theology on Tap.
Topic: The Spirituality of St. Benedict
Time: 6:30 PM
Date: Monday, July 11
Place: East Tapas & Drinks, 6069 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38119
About our Speaker
Fr. James Clark earned the BA at the University of Steubenville, OH. After two years teaching elementary school religion and RCIA and directing the choir at St. Michael Church and School here in Memphis, he earned a post-graduate degree, the Bachelor of Sacred Theology (STB), from the University of St. Thomas (the Angelicum) in Rome through their program offered at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, MI. Ordained to the priesthood, Fr. Clark enjoys sharing his passion for the Catholic faith. He is the newly appointed Pastor of St. Mary Catholic Church in Savannah, TN. He is currently studying Cannon Law and at one point discerned joining a Benedictine Order.