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A Novena in honor of Ven. Bruno Lanteri, founder of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary Day 4 – Strengthening the Reasons to be Joyful 1. Our gratitude requires it. We have an obligation to be thankful for the spiritual goods we possess. How will we ever show enough appreciation for them unless we really enjoy them and celebrate them? 2. Our honor deman…
 
Msgr. Esseff reflects on several stories, along with the Gospel, that demonstrate Christian unity through, with, and in Christ. Reading 2 EPH 4:1-6 Brothers and sisters: I, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to live in a manner worthy of the call you have received, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another through lov…
 
Episode 35 – John 17 – The High Priestly Prayer part 1 The High Priestly Prayer of John 17 is the conclusion of the Farewell Discourse of Jesus. Sharon begins her lecture with some additional insights on the Trinity, whose image is reflected in the marriage between man and woman and between Christ in both his Church and priesthood. Because they ima…
 
In this episode, Dr. Lilles discusses the Sixth Mansions Chapter 7 part 1 of the “Interior Castle” which covers: DESCRIBES THE GRIEF FELT ON ACCOUNT OF THEIR SINS BY SOULS ON WHOM GOD HAS BESTOWED THE BEFORE MENTIONED FAVOURS. SHOWS THAT HOWEVER SPIRITUAL A PERSON MAY BE, IT IS A GREAT ERROR NOT TO KEEP BEFORE OUR MIND THE HUMANITY OF OUR LORD AND …
 
In When You Struggle In the Spiritual Life: An Ignatian Path to Freedom, Fr. Timothy Gallagher, O.M.V., addresses the everyday challenges of those seeking a deeper relationship with God. Drawing from the spiritual wisdom of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the second rule of his classic discernment of spirits, Fr. Gallagher breaks open the four ways in w…
 
Fr. Nicholas Cachia is a truly insightful and gifted spiritual director and theologian. From the beautiful island of Malta, Fr. Cachia spends a portion of his summer as a faculty member with the Institute for Priestly Formation located at Creighton University, in Omaha, Nebraska. This discussion occurred in 2015. In this particular conversation we …
 
A Novena in honor of Ven. Bruno Lanteri, founder of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary Day 3 – Turning toward Spiritual Joy “Spiritual joy is experienced when one ponders the spiritual goods it possesses. What are these goods? Participation in the divine nature (as children of God), union with Jesus Christ, being in the bosom of the Church as her child…
 
From the Book of Job to the philosophy of cheese. We discuss two fantastic essays by G.K. Chesterton as we continue to work our way through In Defense of Sanity. This discussion is part of the FORMED Book Club—an online community led by Fr. Joseph Fessio, Joseph Pearce, and Vivian Dudro that reads and discusses a different book each month. You can …
 
Chapter 2 – The Little Back Room We should keep for ourselves a little back room, all our own, untouched by others, in which we establish our true freedom and chief place of seclusion and solitude. Montaigne It is time to start again by setting up that little back room so that we can retire into it every morning and evening to find there the inner …
 
Episode 6 – The Synergy of Liturgy – Pathway to Sacred Mysteries with Dr. David Fagerberg Ph.D. Dr. David Fagerberg and Kris McGregor discuss what is meant by full and active participation in the liturgy. Here…
 
Day 1 Beginning in Hope Whatever my failings may be, I will never lose heart, aware that I will commit many such failings; but I will always ask God’s forgiveness immediately, and strive to do better. And I will be persuaded that discouragement is the greatest obstacle on the way of salvation. [If I fall many times] I will get up immediately and wi…
 
Day 6 From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola: If we desire to live in honor and to be esteemed by our neighbors, then we shall never be solidly rooted in God our Lord, and it will be impossible for us to remain undisturbed when insults come our way [Ep. 1:86]. If we find that we are without the patience to endure insults from others we, then, …
 
Episode 2 - Love and Forgiveness...Discerning Hearts is honored to host the reflections of Dr. Regis Martin. Filled with profound insights, wisdom, and joy, he is one of the most trustworthy guides one can have on the spiritual journey. The post SP2 – Love and Forgiveness – In Search of the Still Point with Dr. Regis Martin – Discerning Hearts Podc…
 
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola: We should praise all the laws of the Church, keeping our minds ever ready to seek reasons to defend them and not to oppose them [Spir. Exer., "Rules for Thinking with the Church"]. I must remind you to frequent the sacraments, to read spiritual books, and to pray with as much recollection as you possibly…
 
Msgr. Esseff reflects on several stories, along with the Gospel, that demonstrates Christian unity through, with, and in Christ. The post “We are one body in Christ”– Building a Kingdom of Love w/ Msgr. John Esseff podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts
 
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