Lorenzo Burnett ’18 ~ Spiritual Discipline


Lorenzo Burnett ’18

From The Rule of St. Benedict Prologue: 44 “We must run and do now what will profit us forever.”

The healthiest discipline and self-esteem are established in our identity as God’s sons and daughters.  Discipline based on this high naming of us as God’s children is discipline with joy.  Junior, Lorenzo Burnett exemplifies this spiritual discipline in his role as one of our School Chaplains, under the guidance of our Campus Minister, Mr. Andrew Parker.

This weekend, Lorenzo is performing in the play, The Black Carole, written by the mother of Micah Sanford ’16.  See the flyer for more information about the May 7th performance.


The Black Carole is a play about a man named Isaac Anagapa, who struggles with psychosis after his parent’s death; and how he loses his ability to love. Isaac is visited by his guarding angel the Clocks-man, who takes him on a road through redemption.  In the process, he encounters spiritual leaders from the past, present, and future. Isaac learns the historical truth of his African American Heritage that sets him free, by helping him to regain his feelings of love, passion and will power to lead his people. 



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