Fr. Jan intends to bring in the practice of lectio divina. The ccc. has this to say:
The hymms and litanies of the liturgy of the hours integrate the prayer of the psalms into the age of the church, expressing the symbolism of the time of day, the liturgical season, or the feast being celebrated. Moreover, the reading from the word of God at each hour and readings from the fathers and spiritual masters......reveal more deeply the meaning of the mystery being celebrated, assist in the understanding the psalms, and prepare for silent prayer. The LECTIO DIVINA where the word of God is so read and meditated that it becomes prayer, is thus rooted in the liturgical celebration.
Meditation engages thought, imagination, emotion and desire. This mobalization of faculties is necesssary in order to deepen our convictions of faith, prompt the conversion of heart, and strengthen our will to follow Christ. Christian prayer tries above all to meditate on the mysteries of Christ, as in LECTIO DIVINA or the rosary. This form of prayerful reflection is of great value, but christian prayer should go further: to the knowledge of the love of the Lord Jesus, to union with him.
More information and instruction will appear shortly.