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Sacred Elements of Prayer – DI Radio Show and Podcast

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Description: This week Dan and Melissa discuss the three sacred elements of prayer and how understanding them aids in the progress of the prayer life. Topics/Questions covered in the show: Heeding the advice of the saints by establishing three key elements to one’s prayer life will vastly improve his or her prayer experience. These three key elements include sacred... Read More

Prayer

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Sacred Elements of Prayer – DI Radio Show and Podcast

Description: This week Dan and Melissa discuss the three sacred elements of prayer and how understanding them aids in the progress of the prayer life. Topics/Questions covered in the show: Heeding the advice of the saints by establishing three key... Read More

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Introducing Discovery Prayer – DI Radio Show and Podcast

Introducing Discovery Prayer   Description: This week Dan and Melissa provide the layout for a successful experience in prayer by introducing discovery prayer (Lectio Divina). Topics/Questions covered in the show: The spiritual Doctors... Read More

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The Sorrowful Mother at the Cross – Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows

The Sorrowful Mother at the Cross* Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows The martyrdom of the Virgin is set forth both in the prophecy of Simeon and in the actual story of our Lord’s passion. The holy old man said of the infant Jesus: He has been... Read More

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Aridity or Dryness

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The Desert in Carmelite Spirituality

The Desert in Carmelite Spirituality “What did you go out to the wilderness to see?” (Matthew 11:7). These were Jesus’ words to the crowd. John took to the... Read More

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The Cross of Father DiAngelo

The Cross of Father DiAngelo Memorial of Saint John Vianney   In honor of the Memorial of Saint John Vianney, who was known as the “Curé d’Ars”,... Read More

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Spiritual Warfare

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Discernment of Spirits: Rule 14 The Enemy Attacks in Weakness

Discernment of Spirits Rule 14 The Enemy Attacks in Weakness Description: This week, listen as Dan Burke and Melissa Elson discuss St. Ignatius’ Discernment... Read More

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Discernment of Spirits: Rule 13 “False Quiet”

Description: The enemy of our souls wants to keep us quiet and our burdens secret when we enter spiritual desolation. This week Dan and Melissa discuss the way... Read More

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Spiritual Direction

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Spiritual Direction and Confession

Spiritual Direction and Confession   Dear Father John, While I agree... Read More

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Having Too Many Spiritual Directors

HAVING TOO MANY SPIRITUAL DIRECTORS   Dear Father John, I recently... Read More

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End Your Long-Distance Relationship with the Lord

End Your Long-Distance Relationship with the Lord   As a priest, people... Read More

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Diligence – Divine Intimacy Meditation

Diligence   Presence of God – O God, make me diligent in Your service,... Read More

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Book Club

Looking Past this Vale of Tears

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Life of Christ (Week 24 of 27) As the physical Body of Christ had external wounds,... Read More

Finding Hope in the Seven Last Words

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Life of Christ (Week 23 of 27) This is one of those chapters that I dog-eared... Read More

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