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How can I find out if you have more posts on any topic?

July 12, 2011 by  
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How Can I Find Out if You have More Posts on any Topic?

Dear Friends,

A reader sent me a note last week asking, “In your recent response to a priest you recommended a nightly examination of conscience. Can you give us some guidance how we can make a good nightly examination of conscience. Thank you.” This is a great question and I thought it would provide a good opportunity to update our new friends on how to find answers on this site. The best way is to use our Google search engine. You can do this by putting your question or other key words like “examination” into the search function just below the “Donate” button. This feature would then provide you with a list of all posts that included those words along with brief summary content from each post.

Another way (far less effective than the first but sometimes helpful) is to scroll down to the “Topic List” and in this case, you would select, “Examination of Conscience.” This feature will then provide you with one page of more recent but less complete list of posts on the topic.

I hope this is helpful!

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About Dan Burke

Dan is the President of the Avila Foundation, the parent organization of, the Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation, Divine Intimacy Radio and Divine Intimacy Radio - Resources Edition, Into the Deep Parish Programs, the Apostoli Viae (Apostles of the Way) Community, and the FireLight Student Leadership Formation Program, author of the award-winning book, Navigating the Interior Life - Spiritual Direction and the Journey to God, Finding God Through Meditation-St. Peter of Alcantara, 30 Days with Teresa of Avila, Into the Deep, Living the Mystery of Merciful Love: 30 Days with Thérèse of Lisieux, and his newest book The Contemplative Rosary with St. John Paul II and St. Teresa of Avila. Beyond his "contagious" love for Jesus and His Church, he is a grateful husband and father of four, the Executive Director of and writer for EWTN's National Catholic Register, a regular co-host on Register Radio, a writer and speaker who provides online spiritual formation and travels to share his conversion story and the great riches that the Church provides us through authentic Catholic spirituality. Dan has been featured on EWTN's Journey Home program and numerous radio programs.

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  • K C Thomas

    How can I ask a question 

  • StrongerinHim

    I would like to offer a sincere thank you to the persons responsible for maintaining and moderating this site. It must be a daunting task to read all commentary and discern quickly what is valuable and what is not. There are
    probably instances when words exchanged by flesh can be misinterpreted. For that it is always best to seek biblical words:

    Romans 14:19

    So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding. 2nd Timothy 2: 14Remind everyone about these things, and command them in God’s presence
    to stop fighting over words. Such arguments are useless, and they can
    ruin those who hear them.So; it’s a good thing to hear the spirit of the words of comments and not take it unto self. Ask commenter to explain, clarify the point. If not understood – take heed not to take it as offense to oneself; but simply give it to the Lord. He requires mercy not sacrifice.

  • Susan

    I have struggling with the decision if to remain in my church choir that relies heavily on solos. It leaves the rest of the choir to do back up singing. I think my family needs me more than the choir does. I am also looking for work.
    It seems I am neglecting something when I am spending Thursday evening, and most of Sunday morning (family likes 7am mass- two masses) in church.
    I asked my Pastor, but he just told me to pray about it.

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