Today's culture is increasingly hostile and suspicious toward anyone who appears to be different ? especially when tragedy strikes. Our instinct is to bolt our doors and protect the ones we love. But deep within the heart of Benedictine spirituality lies a remedy to hatred, fear, and suspicion: hospitality. In their groundbreaking book Radical Hospitality: Benedict's Way of Love (Paraclete Press, Trade Paper, May 2005), Lonni Collins Pratt and Fr. Daniel Homan share monastic wisdom and their own life experiences, encouraging all people to embrace the true meaning of hospitality, regardless of denomination or creed. Now, church and study groups have the tools they need to discuss this classic work together, including additional material from the Benedictine Rule, questions for discussion, and anecdotes from everyday life.