Seeing and knowing by faith is “obscure” – but how can that obscurity paradoxically help us to see better?
Communion in the Hand, Centering Prayer, and the Dark Night – Divine Intimacy Radio
Purifications of the Church–and ourselves–are painful but necessary prerequisites for receiving the fullness of Christ’s promises,
David Torkington teaches.
In the Dark Night, one thing alone can save us: Love. David Torkington illustrates the devotions that reach beyond human frailty and help our love to rise to the heart of the Father.
One small verse repeated from the heart can be a lifeline for a soul in the Night. David Torkington reveals a secret of the saints.
The morning offering is the beginning of a life lived completely in self-donative love, united to Jesus and given to the Father. David Torkington explains how this practice took root in the lives of the first Christians.
David Torkington reflects on his early experiences of prayer and the importance of seeking God for God alone and not for his consolations.