A Right Way to think of Worship and Technology

“In the tenth century AD, Augustine;s biblical philosophy of music inspired a group of Benedictine monks to build the world’s largest pipe organ in the cathedral of Winchester, England. The organ required seventy men and twenty-six bellows to supply wind to its four hundred pipes. Technologically, the organ was the world’s most advanced machine until … More A Right Way to think of Worship and Technology

Monastic Frat boys

It’s hard to measure the significant impact of benedictine monasteries upon the church and Western culture. At a time of tremendous upheaval, uncertainty, and dark paganism in Europe, these tiny communities living under the Rule set forth by St. Benedict both preserved the light of Scripture and learning and, at the same time, advanced the … More Monastic Frat boys