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The Intersection of Work and Faith

Ten Trappist monks rise daily at 3:30 a.m. for morning prayers. At 6 a.m. the first team enters their bakery to begin the day's production of rum-soaked fruitcakes. An article on the website of Faith & Leadership discusses the role work plays in the religious and spiritual lives of these men. Accompanying reflection questions offer a starting point for personal reflection or group discussions about church support and personal piety practices. Use it at clergy gatherings, with your leadership team, or as a study for lay members.

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