Their delight is in the law of the Lord and on his law they meditate day and night (Ps. 1:2).
Lectio Divina, the prayerful reading of Scripture, is an integral part of our Norbertine tradition and spirituality. The early Praemonstratensians memorized the Scriptures, and meditated on them by night and by day. Lectio is an essential means to the “renewal of the mind,” of which St. Paul speaks (see Romans 12:1). As Norbertine Canonesses, our renewal of mind finds its ultimate expression in the “offering of our bodies,” in union with the Eucharistic Lord, as a living sacrifice for the glory of God and the salvation of our brethren.