Are we a zombie culture? Have we become numb to evil? What does this have to do with Halloween? Find out what the Blessed Mother, a couple of Popes, an Archbishop and Dr Peter Howard have to say about the world we live in and how to fix it.
When and how should we embrace suffering? Learn from St. Teresa through reflections on her letters in the book “30 Days with Teresa of Avila”: Day 30.
What are the four waters of prayer St. Teresa of Avila writes about? Join us as we examine concluding portion of this two part series by the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles.
If You Only Knew…Saint Teresa and the Waters of Prayer (Part I of II) Jesus tired and thirsty sat down at a well and there
Besides corrupting the heart, what are the other two strategies of the devil? Find out when Father John Bartunek concludes his two-part series on this topic, an excerpt from his book “Seeking First the Kingdom”.
What’s dangerous about centering prayer? How is it different from true contemplation? Discover the Church’s true explanation as Connie Rossini delves into how centering prayer advocates gets contemplation wrong, in an excerpt from her book: Is Centering Prayer Catholic? Fr. Thomas Keating Meets Teresa of Ávila and the CDF.
How do saints deal with persecution? Can Scripture help? Find out when Dan Burke and Melissa Elson reflect on Day 29 of Dan’s book “30 Days with Teresa of Avila” in this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio.
What are the strategies that the devil uses? Find out when Father John Bartunek the first of three strategies common to attacks of the devil, in this excerpt from his book “Seeking First the Kingdom”.
Can any good come from suffering? Can our suffering help others? How do we suffer well? Get answers to these and many other questions during this Divine Intimacy Radio Show with Dan Burke and Melissa Elson.
I have no doubt that the Pharisees would have loved the phrase, “Say the black, do the red.” By the way, I always say “Amen!” when I read it myself. Here’s the hard part: external orthodoxy is a distorted orthodoxy when it is not accompanied by a properly oriented interior life.