Dan Burke and Melissa Elson examine habitual sin and answer questions about it in anticipation of the upcoming season of Lent.
How should we respond to experiencing God in prayer? What is “spiritual haze”, where does it come from, and how should we deal with it? Dan and Melissa look to the wisdom of St Peter of Alcantara in the book “Finding God Through Meditation” for answers.
What is “centering prayer”? And, should I be practicing it? Is prayer necessary for salvation? Dan Burke and Melissa Elson reflect on the book “Finding God Through Meditation”.
Sayings of Light and Love 38 Sayings of Light and Love 38: When fixed on something else, one’s appetite leaves no room for the angel
Sayings of Light and Love 23 Sayings of Light and Love 23 Those who do not allow their appetites to carry them away will soar
Sayings of Light and Love 22 Sayings of Light and Love 22 A bird caught in birdlime has a twofold task: It must free
APPETITES – DISORDERED: Inordinate and willful desires of created things or circumstances not rightly ordered to moral or spiritual good that impede union with God