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Revisiting Boundaries THE CLOISTERED HEART - July 28, 2015 http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/07/revisiting-boundaries.html

Opening the Vein THE CLOISTERED HEART - July 22, 2015 One facet of monastic life that looks 'greener on the other side of the fence' to me is the call to prayer. The bell rings, it's prayer time, and there's no putting it off. No opening a newspaper, no checking the morning news, no doing 'just this one thing' before settling down to prayer. I don't know about you, but if I do 'just one thing' before giving God a few minutes, all too often one thing turns into ten, and before I know it ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/07/opening-vein.html

It's "Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Where Is He? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - July 21, 2015 ... happened again I don't want to play hide and seek! (IMage Source: Wikimedia Commons ) We arrived early to the only Catholic Church in the town we were passing through on our way to be with family. We were looking forward for a few minutes to adore our waiting Lord, to spend time in His Presence, and to silently pray and prepare for the holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Little in this mammoth structure would lead anyone to sense they were entering a sacred place and holy ground. Two thirds of this ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/07/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-where-is.html

Three Helpful Prayers From the Roman Missal for Those Living in Dark and Difficult Times COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 14, 2015 One of the great and often-missed moments in the Mass is the opening prayer, also known as the "collect." It is called this because after priest says to the faithful, "Let us pray," he waits a moment as they do so and then "collects" their prayers and directs them to God. Most of the collects (pronounced káh'-lects) are quite ancient and are minor masterpieces. They are succinct, like most of the prayers of the Roman Rite, and make use of creative word order, almost as ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/three-helpful-prayers-from-the-roman-missal-for-those-living-in-dark-and-difficult-times/

Revisiting an Act of God THE CLOISTERED HEART - June 9, 2015 I sometimes forget that prayer is not a one sided activity. I read, I talk to God, I commit to Him. And then.... Something happens. This is not always a "felt" something. It may not be perceived by me at all. But when I am speaking with Jesus and reading His Word and committing myself to live for Him, an amazing thing is going on. He is actually here. Not just in my imagination, not by an act of wishful thinking. Jesus is genuinely here. I can forget this breathtaking ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/06/revisiting-act-of-god.html

It's "Worth Revisiting" Wendesday - I Am Not Going to Cry! HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - June 9, 2015 ... Not G oing To Cry! Today, I wanted to cry! I had ample reasons to cry but I am not going to!! Instead, I am calling all Catholics to spiritual arms! (Image Source: W ikimedia Commons ) I am asking every one who reads this post to thank our Lord for the many holy priests among us. At the same time, I want your help to assemble an army of prayer warriors, storming heaven, begging Almighty God for the sanctification of each and every one of His priests, those presently ordained ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/06/its-worth-revisiting-wendesday-i-am-not.html

Revisiting the Cloistered Lightship THE CLOISTERED HEART - June 3, 2015 ... placed. We have much light to carry, for the storms surge all around and all we have to do is pick up a newspaper to see the truth of this. We who feel drawn to live in the world while keeping cloister in our hearts have received much light from the warm glow of monastic life. Ours is the call to live as God calls His people to do, in the midst of a world that will often question why anyone would want to live this way. Ours is the call to receive the glow of God's revealed truth and then to ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/06/revisiting-cloistered-lightship.html

It's "Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - The Eucharist and the Rosary - Our Spiritual Armament HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - May 27, 2015 ... an article I posted nearly two years ago. It seemed appropriate and timely to share it again.] There are two devotions close to my heart and vital for the future of our Church and for the salvation of our souls - The Eucharist and the Rosary. May we rediscover each day a deeper and more abiding reverence and love for the Blessed Sacrament. May we also use this month - one which the Church dedicates each year to the Blessed Mother - to experience and/or re-experience the power and efficacy of ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/05/itss-worth-revisiting-wednesday.html

Revisiting the Choir Stall of My Heart THE CLOISTERED HEART - May 20, 2015 ... silently enters the chapel and takes her place in a choir stall, a chair made exclusively to be a place of prayer. As the hours move on, Sister will come back and back to the choir stall. Mid-morning, afternoon, evening, just before bedtime: here she returns to chant praise, participate in Mass, pray with Scripture, meet hour after hour with God. Sister begins and continues and ends her day here. She answers the bell's call to prayer when she feels great and ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/05/revisiting-choir-stall-of-my-heart.html

7th Sunday of Easter - B GOD'S WORD TO US - May 16, 2015 ... them from the evil one." " Consecrate them in the truth" The verb "consecrate" can also be translated as "make [them] holy." [2] The first prayer demands trust on our part – that God keeps us from evil. In fact, we pray this every time we make the Lord's prayer our own, "deliver us from evil." Two attitudes are required on our part with the second prayer: humility and openness. Humility to acknowledge that holiness and ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2015/05/7th-sunday-of-easter-b.html

I Grew Up Wealthy. Did You Know? THE BREADBOX LETTERS - May 13, 2015 http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-grew-up-wealthy-did-you-know.html

I Have Right Now THE BREADBOX LETTERS - May 6, 2015 veral years ago, I had what I would call an "awakening." Feeling that I'd given too little time to God over the course of my life, too little time to prayer, too much time to trivialities, I experienced a different reaction than I'd had to such thoughts in the past. Rather than my usual "woe is me, I've wasted too much time, I'll never 'make up for it..,'" I felt a gentle whisper of hope. If I could put it into a sentence, it was as if I sensed the words: "but you have right ...http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-have-right-now.html

"It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Who Is St. Claude De La Colombiere? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - May 6, 2015 ... St. Claude de la Colombiere was a 17th century Jesuit. He believed that one of "the most firmly established and consoling of the truths that have been revealed to us" is "that (apart from sin) nothing happens to us in life unless God wills it so." St. Claude became the spiritual director of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. He encouraged, supported and promoted her call to spread devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The saint was also a gifted spiritual writer, who has left a number of gems, ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/05/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-who-is.html