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 illustrates how the monastic life did much to preserve the mystical tradition of the Church.
David Torkington explores the need to connect the charismatic movement to the contemplative way.
How did the Early Christians endure persecution with such courage? David Torkington explains that they were no strangers to the dark night and daily death to self which prepared many for their martyrdom.
Did the early Christians reach the heights of mystical prayer? David Torkington continues his series on contemplation.
In this chapter from “The Art of Spiritual Warfare”, Fr. Venatius Oforka explains how the Church is equipped to defeat the Evil One.
Dan Burke & Melissa Elson interview Mike Aquilina on his book “The Apostles and Their Times – Archeology, History, and Scripture Unveil What Life Was Really Like during the Apostolic Age” regarding Catholicism’s roots and what early Christianity was really like.