“The sacred has a certain structure – it is structured out of and into silence in a manner that evokes awe and reverence.” – Dr. Anthony Lilles
In the Nativity of the Lord, the cries of the world, the cries of the human heart, and the cries of God coincide. These shared
Rob Marco answers the question, “What makes for a fruitful retreat?”
What can we learn from today’s Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary? Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.
The third part of a series on Benedictine Spirituality with Fr. Boniface Hicks.
The second part of a series on Benedictine Spirituality with Fr. Boniface Hicks.
Part I of a series on Benedictine Spirituality explores our need to cultivate silence and listening.
While Contemplative Prayer is a gift from God, one can seek to pray in a contemplative way. Connie Rossini explains.
What constitutes interior silence? And just how important is it?
Dan Burke and Melissa Elson interview Christopher Carstens on participation in the liturgy and the beauty of the collect, or opening prayer, of the Mass.