Scholé is Greek for spare moment or leisure. Leisure, in the classical sense, meaning time that we do not fill with distraction. From Scholé we get the words scholar and school. It is the time that we use for virtuous activities: silence, solitude, prayer, community, study, etc.
Scholé is a catechetical blog started in May 2009. It is filled with the theological grapplings and the personal spiritual reflections of an Eastern Orthodox Priest.
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