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.
If reforms had renewed the practice and teaching of authentic prayer, it could have saved the Church much misunderstanding and grief. David Torkington shares his own experience and illustrates that for us, at least, it is not too late.
Properly receiving the Eucharist, how to be properly disposed of, confessions before or after mass. Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they discuss these questions and many more on this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio!
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity lived a Eucharistic life, wherever she was, whatever she was doing. “You have no need of the Sacrament to come to me,” she said. Claire Dwyer resumes her series.
David Torkington explains that true renewal of the liturgy is dependent on a renewal of authentic Christian love, growing out of deep prayer.
Join Dan Burke, Susan Brinkmann, and Connie Rossini as they discuss mindfulness, its history, and why its a problem on this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio.
Some join for a day, others for a lifetime. Some hold whole handfuls of people they long to see in full reconciliation with Christ. All who become members of this club, however, wish they weren’t members. The first step in turning this pain from a defining ache in your heart into an act of giving and prayer, is to name the reality of the hurt.
Connie Rossini takes a close look at why Buddhist practices are incompatible with authentic Christian prayer.