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.
Can we be too familiar with people? What are the consequences? Thomas a Kempis counsels on this, inordinate affections and vain hope and pride.
How encountering God in prayer and deepening your prayer life can impact your life every day. Why the desire to have a relationship with God important? Dan and Melissa discuss their own encounters with God in prayer and Scripture.
How do saints deal with persecution? Can Scripture help? Find out when Dan Burke and Melissa Elson reflect on Day 29 of Dan’s book “30 Days with Teresa of Avila” in this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio.
I have no doubt that the Pharisees would have loved the phrase, “Say the black, do the red.” By the way, I always say “Amen!” when I read it myself. Here’s the hard part: external orthodoxy is a distorted orthodoxy when it is not accompanied by a properly oriented interior life.
What did advice did St. Teresa of Avila give her brother on “the discipline” and moving into the prayer of quiet? How do acquired and infused contemplation differ? Dan Burke and Melissa Elson explain in this Divine Intimacy Radio Show on Dan’s book 30 Days with Teresa of Avila.