Tag: C.S. Lewis

Giving Thanks to God, Recognizing Spiritual Haze

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.

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The Gift of Pain

How in the world can pain ever be a gift? Is God whispering, speaking, or shouting to us through it? Find out as Father Michael Najim reflects on this very thing!

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Spiritual Warfare: 30 Days w/ Teresa of Avila Day 23

How does the devil attack through temptation? How can we resist? St. Teresa of Avila teaches in this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio featuring her letter number 23 from Dan Burke’s book “30 Days with Teresa of Avila” with hosts Dan Burke and Melissa Elson.

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Author Paul McCusker

The Dead Unremembered

Life, As I Find It There is a pitiable verse in Psalm 31 about being like the “dead unremembered” – a broken pot, discarded and

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The Devil’s War on Silence

There are key strategies of indirect attack that the enemy of our souls uses to significantly disrupt our spiritual progress. One is the corruption of

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What is Spiritual Theology?

What is Spiritual Theology? There is a lot of diverse opinions on this topic.  Probably the best explanation is provided by Jordan Aumann, O.P., in

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Laughing at Lucifer in Lent

In 1942, C.S. Lewis published one of his most enduring and endearing books. The Screwtape Letters is a collection of imaginative epistles from a senior

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