“To die mystically is to die to all that is not Christ in our lives.” -Amy Knight
David Torkington continues his discussion of contemplative prayer with a closer look at the meaning of mystical theology.
Today David Torkington continues with the third series of reflections in the Mini-course on prayer, turning his focus to mystical contemplation.
Dan Burke and Melissa Elson speak with Dr. Anthony Lilles about his book “Fire from Above: Contemplation and Mystical Wisdom” to explain the importance behind contemplative prayer and the reasons to make it part of one’s daily prayer life.
In 1577, St. Teresa of Avila completed what is heralded as her seminal work on mental prayer, meditation, and contemplation in the Interior Castle. This
Editor’s Note: This is Part II of the Mysticism and Magisterium Series. You can find Part I here. Christ Yesterday, Today and Forever Jesus Christ
Editor’s Note: Today, we are honored to introduce to you Father Angelo Geiger, who has written extensively on Marian theology and spirituality, and has been