Today David Torkington continues with the third series of reflections in the Mini-course on prayer, turning his focus to mystical contemplation.
St. Francis brought back to life the humanity of Jesus Christ in the minds and in the imaginations of his contemporaries.
David Torkington continues his mini-course on prayer with a reflection on our prayerful participation in the Holy Mass.
David Torkington discusses the importance of short prayers said throughout the day as an aid to recollection.
David Torkington explores the advantages of a dedicated time and space for prayer and love as the greatest knowledge.
David Torkington explores how it is love that makes the ascetical life possible.
David Torkington continues his mini-course on prayer with part 16 on paralysis in prayer at the beginnings of meditation.
David Torkington continues his course on prayer by examining mystical premonitions.
In part 13 of his mini-course on prayer series, David Torkington discusses true and counterfeit Christian meditation.
In Part 12 of his prayer series, David Torkington discusses Lectio Divina, love, and some aspects of Christian meditation.
David Torkington continues his mini-course on prayer by introducing Christian meditation in part 11 of this series.
In part 10 of his mini-course on prayer, David Torkington wraps up the first section of his prayer treatise by focusing on the paramount importance of daily prayer with a summation and examples.
In part 9 of his Mini-Course on Prayer, David Torkington concludes his explication of the final letters of the “OUR FATHER” mnemonic highlighting the importance of an examination of conscience and of repentance.
In part 8 of his Mini-Course on Prayer, David Torkington reflects on the importance of thanksgiving and Holy Communion as he continues explaining how to use the “OUR FATHER” mnemonic, or memory jog.