The Path of Discipleship

The Path of Discipleship

Being a part of CC@S has been an integral part of my stanford journey. Much of the seeking of Christ and community that I sought during my transition freshman year was answered by joining the leadership in CC@S my sophomore year. Since then, my prayer life has grown tremendously—growth that I attribute in large part to the discipleship that I experienced in this community.

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In Silence, a Symphony

In Silence, a Symphony

The silence was informed by reading and reflecting on God’s Word (Lectio Divina), Taizé prayer, Mass, morning and evening prayer, guided mediation, confession, Eucharistic adoration, and daily conversations with a Spiritual Director. Each day flowed through a rhythm of silence and song. On the last day, I took a walk throughout the beautiful grounds; and in the silence, I found a great symphony.

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Feeling the Presence of God

Feeling the Presence of God

I feel God's presence when I am holding hands with the ladies in my Catholic small group and am asking the Lord's intercession for our intentions. And I feel God's presence when I attend activities such as the Special Dinner when students of different years gather for food and fellowship. In particular, I am blessed to have had the opportunity to draw closer to Christ through the weekend silent retreat

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