Advent Calendar: Monday of the Third Week - O Sapientia

by Benjamin Bielinski

Advent Calendar: Monday of the Third Week - O Sapientia

O Sapientia!

O Wisdom, Which camest out of the mouth of the Most High, reaching from end to end and ordering all things mightily and sweetly; come and teach us the way of prudence. -Ecclus 24:5

 

O Font of Wisdom, listen to our prayers as we turn to thee for guidance! Help us reach our eternal destiny and guide our families to your heavenly throne! May your name be praised forever! Ave Maria!  





Benjamin Bielinski
Benjamin Bielinski

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Benjamin Bielinski is a Catholic writer with a background in marketing, sales and media. He previously lived abroad in Poland as a corporate, operations and logistics manager for IBM. He is currently the Director of Marketing and Sales at Angelus Press. Early in his career he spent a number of years at the Society of St. Pius X Seminary in Winona, MN and a year in the Benedictine Monastery of Silver City, NM.


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