“My eyes were opened to how precise and beautiful God’s plan is—that the living out of our vocation purposefully, intentionally, of giving in and giving way and saying yes to every cry and every sticky summons and sleepless night—and saying no to what my wounded nature wanted so badly—was a radical kind of inner house cleaning.” – Claire Dwyer
Purifications of the Church–and ourselves–are painful but necessary prerequisites for receiving the fullness of Christ’s promises,
David Torkington teaches.
St. Teresa of Avila had a brother? Who knew?! Find out about her spiritual counsel to him regarding spiritual favors and aridity, and progress in the spiritual life, in today’s episode of Divine Intimacy Radio with Dan Burke and Melissa Elson.
Passive Purification Navigating the Interior Life Spiritual Dictionary Passive purification – This purification shares the same end as active purification whose means are solely