Respect for Persons

To respect each person regardless of class, background, or professional skill.
“No one is to pursue what is judged best for oneself, but instead, what is better for someone else.”  R.B. 72

“Proper honor must be shown to all”  R.B. 53.2


Benedictine Communication in and for Digital Culture by Daniella Zsupan-Jerome

Grassroots Organizing and Benedictine Values…Say What? by Karlyn Forner

Benedictine Wisdom in the Classroom and Beyond by Fr. Rene McGraw

Around the World with Saint Benedict by Robert Bell

One Hundred Miles of Harmony by Fr. William Skudlarek & Ajahn Jotipalo

How Hospitality Makes Life Better and Easier by Kathleen Norris

Vocation, Not just Employment by Fr. Jonathan Licari

Not Just Talking About the Weather by Fr. William Skudlarek

Hospitality: Making Room Inside Ourselves for Another Person by Sr. Cecelia Prokosch

Critical Racial and Social Justice Education by Robin DiAngelo

Is ISIS Islamic? by Noreen Herzfeld

Redeeming the Soul of America by Fr. Bryan Massingale

Leading from the Margins by Mary Dana Hinton


Rule of Benedict, Chapter 72

Being a Catholic Department Chair by Rodger Narloch, PhD

A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward An Undivided Life by Parker Palmer (available in Quad 241 & Clemens Library)

Radical Hospitality by Lonni Collins Pratt & Fr. Daniel Homan, Ch. 2 (available in Quad 241 & Clemens Library)

The Rule of Benedict: A Spirituality for the 21st Century by Joan Chittister, Ch. 72 (available in Quad 241 & Alcuin Library)

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