Spiritual Direction Questions, Part 2: What Are Some Seasons of Life Where I Have A Need For Spiritual Direction?
“The Church envisions various scenarios when spiritual direction is needed in the lives of all the faithful.” – Fr. Matthew MacDonald
“Every disciple of Jesus is thereby called to spiritual direction in some way, shape, or form in order for them to become who God made them to be.” – Fr. Matthew MacDonald
“When we see writing as a way to magnify the Lord and minimize ourselves, we realize that honest writing is not only refreshing and liberating, but humbling in a spiritually healthy way.” – Claire Dwyer
“Your Lent could be the most powerful one yet, an invitation to take a deeper dive into the kind of prayer St. Therese described as ‘a burst from my heart, it is a simple glance thrown toward heaven, a cry of thanksgiving and love in times of trial as well as in times of joy.’” – Dan Burke
“Every time I prepare for spiritual direction, I have to battle apprehension, anxiety, and feelings of downright distaste. I have to overcome temptations to procrastinate or even to concoct some kind of vapid excuse not to go.” – Fr. John Bartunek
“When you give something precious, you must not spread it around in pieces, and you must not give it half-heartedly.” – Glenn Dickinson