Sanctifying Your Work – ((Even in Lockdown!))

Sanctifying Your Work – ((Even in Lockdown!))


Tune in to this week of professional development with former Science and religion Coordinator of Redfield College, John Larkin.

He will teach you practical how to sanctify your work, meaning how to turn your secular and everyday tasks into actual prayer. This is a way of working which will appear ordinary, but will transform your way of working during the day and in your everyday errands, into sanctity and an opportunity to increase in holiness. Thanks to the spirituality of St Josemaria Escriva.


Why continue to go to work from Monday to Friday with the same attitude of waiting for the weekend, or living for the weekend! 


Tune in, as this will transform your way of thinking for your work and personal life, by providing a divine dimension to everyday work. As the Monks live to sanctity life and work in the contemplative life, you will transform your work life into contemplation.


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