Heather Khym’s new book is both a fruit and a seed of a new and beautiful healing movement of the Holy Spirit.
So often we are our own worst enemy when it comes to prayer. Claire Dwyer points out the ways we sabotage ourselves.
I had the immense privilege recently of speaking with Fr. Mark-Mary Ames, CFR, director of communications for the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, about his vocation story and the role that spiritual direction played on his journey to the priesthood. He discusses spiritual direction within the order, what it is and is not, and what
Fr. Boniface Hicks discusses catechesis, accompaniment, spiritual direction, and the relationship among them in the renewal of the Church today.
“We hear variations of the lie that we are ‘not enough.’ And yet we have the precise gifts for our particular family, for our exact calling, for this specific cross, in this time, at this place, for this season. God promises only daily bread, and it is made to order. We do not have the grace for anyone else’s life—or even for tomorrow—but we have all we need to become more fully ourselves, which is more like Christ, today.” – Claire Dwyer