Common Rule of Life
Major monastic orders such as the Benedictines, Augustinians, and Franciscans
have their own version of a Rule of Life.  A "Rule" is simply a document that
describes what is important to a community, and offers some guidelines on how
to live.

Our Community has developed a Rule of Life that stems from our understanding
of God's love for us and God's creation.  It supports our vows of daily prayer,
reflective study, and personal service to others, but touches on a number of
other areas that are important to our Community.  It is the foundation for who we
are and all that we try to do.

We also encourage individual commentary on the Common Rule, to reflect where
each of us is at in our spiritual journey.  The Common Rule, in addition to our own
personal commentary and daily journal, are used as guideposts along the way.

Included below are the chapters of our Common Rule. The first five are
available in PDF format.

A paperback copy is available on line by clicking this link:    
11_Creation
8_The_Body_of_Christ
7_The_Bread_of_Life
13_Mary
9_Prayer
10_Service
6_The_Good_News
14_Living_Now
15_The_Spiritual_Journey
MEMBER  REFLECTIONS ON THE RULE...
12_Worldly_Things