Prayer & Liturgy


When we pray, we are being united with Jesus Christ in his own redemptive action...which is to bring into the here and now of our daily lives the fruits of Christ's victorious passion.

                                                                       —M Mary Clare SLG
Encountering the Depths


The first work of the Order of Julian is liturgical, intercessory, and contemplative prayer. Five times a day we gather in the chapel to worship, remembering the family of humanity, the earth and all creatures that live on it, and all of creation, offering our lives to be part of Christ’s work of reconciliation.

We live in trust that our worship together is an unfolding of God's life in us in which divine love takes us up as a community, unites us in Jesus, and offers us to the Father.