Sr Hilda Scott's Wisdom from the Abbey - DOUBLE CD
Order Now for Christmas!
We are delighted to announce the release, in time for Christmas, of Sr Hilda Scott's new Double-CD "Wisdom from the Abbey" containing 46 audio reflections perfect for personal use and for parish/school/group/staff prayer and reflections. Anyone who has heard Sr Hilda speak will testify to her gift of using every-day stories to bring the listener into the loving presence of God in a simple yet powerful way.
These short audio reflections (ranging from 1:22 to 3:55 minutes each) were originally aired throughout Australia on "The Journey" Catholic Radio Show in 2013/2014 ( www.radio.dow.org.au) produced weekly by the Catholic Diocese of Wollongong.
Sr Hilda's weekly reflections have became so popular among radio listeners that the Benedictine Abbey and the Catholic Diocese of Wollongong have decided to release the reflections as a Physical Double-CD available to purchase through the Benedictine Abbey or to digitally download on CDBaby, iTunes, Google Play , Amazon MP3 and a number of other digital download stores. You can listen/download a sample track below:
Wisdom from the Abbey is a rich resource that can be listened to over and over again with fresh new insights on every listening. It's the perfect Christmas gift for all your family and friends at only $15.00 per copy (plus postage and handling.)
Order now by downloading an order form below and email/fax/mail to Sr Hannah Massy-Greene OSB at the Benedictine Abbey at:
E firstname.lastname@example.org F (02) 4236 0041 695 Jamberoo Mountain Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533 or contact Sr Hannah directly on (02) 4236 1192 to place a phone order.
ABOUT SR HILDA SCOTT OSB
Sr Hilda is the Vocations Director for the enclosed Benedictine Abbey at Jamberoo. She became known to wider Australia through the ABC TV documentary, The Abbey, in which five Australian women were invited to live a monastic life for 33 days and nights.
Apart from her work as Vocations Director, she also engages in spiritual direction, retreat giving, talks and formation work with the newer members of the community, not to mention the "nitty-gritty" everyday happenings of kitchen, garden and housekeeping, all within a life of prayer for the world.