Daily Lectio Divina: Father Isidore of Pelusia

Daily Lectio Divina: Father Isidore of Pelusia

Episode 551

In this episode of the guided lectio divina podcast, we’re continuing our Father’s Day series on Monastic Parental Wisdom using selections from The Wisdom of the Desert Fathers and Mothers translated by Henry L. Carrigan, Jr. with a saying of Isidore of Pelusia.

Father Isidore of Pelusia said, “To live without speaking is better than to speak without living. For the former who lives rightly, does good even by his silence; but the latter does no good even when he speaks. When words and life correspond to one another they are together the whole of philosophy.”

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