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Update on “How to Read Your Way to Heaven”

January 17, 2017 by  
Filed under Books, Liz Estler, Spiritual Reading, Vicki Burbach

Dear Friends, If you read my post in December about Vicki Burbach's exciting new book “How to Read Your Way to Heaven”, we have an update for you.  Vicki's book has drawn quite a lot of interest from our readers and many others across the internet and among book sellers. It has become available a week earlier than the scheduled publication date and can be purchased now by clicking here,... Read More

Of Wisdom, Forethought, and Reading the Holy Scriptures

August 9, 2016 by  
Filed under Dan Burke, Imitation of Christ, Scripture, Wisdom

OF WISDOM, FORETHOUGHT, AND READING THE HOLY SCRIPTURES   Of Wisdom and Forethought in our Actions 1. We must not give ear to every saying or suggestion, but warily and patiently ponder things according to the will of God. But alas; such is our weakness, that we often rather believe and speak evil than good of others. The perfect do not easily credit everything spoken, for they know that human... Read More

Choosing Material for Meditation. How to Pray – Part III

Choosing Material for Meditation How to Pray – Part III In this series, we have seen that the Church and the saints urge us to meditate on Sacred Scripture. We have distinguished between Christian meditation (which is meditating on or pondering something) and Eastern forms of meditation (which seeks altered states of consciousness, a state of “no-thought”). Today I want to help you... Read More

St Mark the Evangelist and His Gospel

April 25, 2016 by  
Filed under Dan Burke, Feast Days, Liturgy

St Mark the Evangelist and His Gospel*   “ST MARK … is generally supposed to have been of Jewish extraction. From the style of his writings, abounding in Hebraisms, he would seem to be better versed in the Hebrew than in the Greek language. It is said by some … that he was one of the seventy-two disciples of our Lord, and among those who deserted Him, in consequence of being... Read More

Resurrection Moments

Resurrection Moments My grandmother, whom I affectionately called ‘Meme’ was filled with love. I grew especially close to her since, for the last twenty years of her life, she suffered from near-blindness. I helped her with her mail, her bookkeeping, and when I was old enough to drive, I took her shopping and to Mass. Our conversations were unforgettable, and she taught me so much in those formative... Read More

Questions on Encountering God in Prayer and Deepening Your Prayer Life

Questions on Encountering God in Prayer and Deepening Your Prayer Life How encountering God in prayer and deepening your prayer life can impact your life everyday. Why is the desire to have a relationship with God important? Dan and Melissa discuss their own encounters with God in prayer and scripture, and answer some listener questions. Topics/Questions covered in the show: What does it mean to be... Read More

Is Meditation on Scripture Necessary? How to Pray – Part I

January 28, 2016 by  
Filed under Connie Rossini, Meditation, Prayer, Scripture

Is Meditation on Scripture Necessary? How to Pray – Part I   After many posts dealing with errors about prayer, I'd like to begin a series on how to pray for the beginner at prayer. Now, before you dismiss this series as not for you, let me define “beginner.” I don't necessarily mean someone who has never prayed before, but someone who would like to learn to pray better. Perhaps... Read More

Calming the Storm: 30 Days w/ Teresa of Avila – Day 30 Reflections, Pt 2

Calming the Storm 30 Days with Teresa of Avila Part 2, Day 30 Reflections Divine Intimacy Radio Why does God allow suffering? St. Teresa helps us make sense of God's role in our suffering. Join Dan and Melissa as they reflect on letters from St. Teresa from the book 30 Days with Teresa of Avila…and on calming the storm. Topics/Questions covered in the show: Why does God “raise up storms”... Read More

Bearing Persecution – 30 Days with Teresa of Avila – Reflections on Day 29

Bearing Persecution 30 Days with Teresa of Avila Day 29 Reflections Divine Intimacy Radio Are we bearing persecution in the right way? Learn from a saint how to respond to persecution. St. Teresa advises a Carmelite nun to avoid the temptation to indulge in righteous indignation in response to an accusation. Dan and Melissa reflect on letters from St. Teresa from the book 30 Days with Teresa of Avila. Topics/Questions... Read More

My Message from Heaven to Stay Awake and Pray the Rosary

October 10, 2014 by  
Filed under Mary, Patti Armstrong, Prayer, Rosary

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Editor's Note: October is the month dedicated to the rosary. This month we are pleased to offer you two posts which may give you a better appreciation for the rosary. Today, read how Patti Maguire Armstrong came to be instructed on how important it is to pray the rosary. My Message from Heaven to Stay Awake and Pray the Rosary   I learned to pray the rosary in 1989 while in my early thirties. I vowed... Read More

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