In part 13 of his mini-course on prayer series, David Torkington discusses true and counterfeit Christian meditation.
When we surrender ourselves and our dearest things to Mary, she will determine the hour for their fulfillment, just as she did at Cana. St. Elizabeth of the Trinity discovers this in Claire Dwyer’s next in the series.
Death to self allows us to receive the infused virtues–the sign and fruit of contemplative prayer. David Torkington reveals the wisdom of the Church as his series continues.
“This endless, ongoing, ever-expanding bliss planned for us by God from the beginning is the measure of the ‘height and depth, the length and breadth’ of his love for us that surpasses the understanding.” David John Torkington resumes his mini-course on prayer today.
“It is not by suffering that a person is united with God, but by love.” With these words, Francis of Assisi was transformed and with him, the world.
St. Francis radically revolutionized the practice of prayer and spiritual life within the Church. David Torkington shares another segment of his series on prayer.
David Torkington illustrates how the monastic life did much to preserve the mystical tradition of the Church.
Continuing his series on prayer, David Torkington reveals that the inner desert is a place to confront our inner demons.