David Torkington explains how the dark nights serve to surface hidden sins and purify our souls of inclinations we may not have even been aware of.
David Torkington expounds on his discovery of St. John of the Cross, the experience of dark contemplation, and a new, gradual dawning in prayer.
David Torkington reflects on his early experiences of prayer and the importance of seeking God for God alone and not for his consolations.
There are two ways the Lord creates space for Himself: He empties us, then He increases our capacity by expanding us.
Continuing his series on prayer, David Torkington reveals that the inner desert is a place to confront our inner demons.
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.