Formation @ VOX

Formation Posts from Vox Veniae

Celtic Prayers

The Celtic movement during the Middle Ages developed a holistic form of spirituality with applicable parallels for today. The monks would often pray through their daily activities. They found even the most mundane activities as opportunities for talking with God. Some of these prayers were specific to waking up, or starting the morning fire, or taking care of their flocks, […]

Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina is a way to approach scripture that has proved fruitful to the historical church. It means ‘divine reading’ and started in the Benedictine order but is now widely practiced in the church. It’s a way of praying with Scripture that calls one to study, ponder, listen and finally, pray from God’s Word. The Four Moments Lectio Divina has […]

Neighborhoods Map

Check out the locations below and click on the map to find out where you’re meeting. If you have any questions, please check out our FAQs or email us. A. Midtown  (Wednesday @ 7pm) [north of 35th St and west of I-35] Contact: Patrick Sun (email | map) B. South/Central  (Wednesday @ 7pm) [south of 35th St and west of […]

Parish

We have been in a conversation with our community about what it would look like for us to love our Parish, Austin.  The following is background info regarding the Parish:  Basically, a geographic area assigned to a particular church. Various church traditions have used the parish system to ensure every area is served by a church. It's usually thought of […]

Generosity

In a world of individualism and consumerism we are trying to be a community of shared resources and generosity. As Christ gave his life away we are called to do the same. The more generous we are as individuals, the more generous Vox can be to Austin and the world around us. We hope our generosity can translate into participation […]

Neighborhoods FAQs

We are called to love God with our heart, soul, mind and strength. However, evaluating that life can be nebulous. Fortunately, Jesus gave us some context to living that out – if you want to know how well you love God, look at how you love your neighbor – they are one in the same. Why do we meet based […]