Do I Need to Know Where I am In my Spiritual Growth? – Spiritual Reflections | Some people criticize those seeking to understand where they are in their spiritual growth (purgative, illuminative, unitive, etc.), is this appropriate? Should we know where we are spiritually? Is it ok to pursue this kind of knowledge?
I am Frustrated with Distractions in Prayer! How Can I Deal With This? | Spiritual Reflections – This morning I was distracted and struggled with prayer…
Some insist that we must be balanced in our lives and especially in our spiritual commitments. A seminarian once reported that a family member said he was trying to be too holy and this is not necessary – is this a healthy perspective?
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they answer your questions about the dark night of the soul, lectio divina, concentration during prayer and the differences
New Divine Intimacy Radio Episode: Questions and Answers – Overcoming habitual, mortal sin, and the desire for prayer.
“St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross, overcoming habitual, mortal sin, and the desire for prayer.” Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as
September 7, 2018: Q&A – Dealing with the Crisis in the Church, Mental Prayer, Consolations, & Infused Recollection
Explore the wisdom of the carmelites as Dan Burke answers your questions regarding dealing with the crisis in the Church, mental prayer, consolations, mortification of
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they answers questions from listeners about suffering, setting up a domestic monastery, and self-esteem. Topics/Questions Covered in the Show:
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they answers questions from listeners about sin and imperfections, “the dark night,” and spiritual gluttony. Topics/Questions Covered in the
EWTN Bookmark show host Doug Keck interviews Dan Burke on his book “The Contemplative Rosary with St. John Paul II and St. Teresa of Avila”, which Dan wrote with Connie Rossini.
Why is Elizabeth of the Trinity, who will be canonized tomorrow, so important to our times today? Find out when Father Mitch Pacwa interviews Dr. Anthony Lilles on EWTN.