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Revisiting Contemplative Renewal THE CLOISTERED HEART - April 27, 2016 ... prayer and monastic life and silent retreats. So many things make me think this has all been growing, hidden, in the darkness of a world increasingly confused about Truth. This renewal has not arrived with the fire and exuberance of some other movements. It is growing in a quiet, hidden way. One cannot make this sort of thing happen here or there or anywhere; one can only be a yes to God and make oneself available. And one "yes" - one unconditional, unqualified yes to the will ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/04/revisiting-contemplative-renewal.html

Reflection for the 5th Week of Easter, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - April 24, 2016 ... throw something upon someone, to get rid of something, to give it up totally. We are to give up our worries to God, to throw them off and let Him handle them. And what are these worries? Again the Greek word gives us a clue to the depths of meaning here. The word is merimna, and it is derived from a verb that means "to divide." Worries (cares, anxieties), then, are things that divide us, things that break us into pieces and draw us in different directions, things that keep us ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-for-5th-week-of-easter-part-1.html

Revisiting My Dry Garden THE CLOISTERED HEART - April 20, 2016 http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/04/wednesday-revisiting-my-dry-garden.html

"Worth Revisiting " Wednesday - Blessed Henry Suso, O.P. And the Eucharist HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - April 20, 2016 ... find much spiritual nourishment and encouragement there. Here is my contribution: Blessed Henry Suso, O.P. and The Eucharist (Originally posted on January 23, 2016) [Today] we remember Blessed Henry Suso, O.P. (1290-1365) a German Dominican priest, mystic and spiritual writer. Some suggest that it is difficult to separate fact from fiction when discussing this gifted Friar. He had as many critics as he did followers. There is a brief but interesting account of his life in Sister Mary Jean ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/04/worth-revisiting-wednesday-blessed.html

"Revisiting Wednesday" - Monday Musings – Mary My Mother – Be at My Side HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - April 13, 2016 ... Verb during the rest of the week. You will find much spiritual nourishment and encouragement there. I am sharing the following post: Monday Musings – Mary My Mother – Be at My Side (Originally published January 4, 2016) (Photo©Michael Seagriff) [The great value of retreats is that the guidance and insight gained during those intense times of prayer and silence never stop giving. Every time I re-read my notes from past retreats I gain ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/04/revisiting-wednesday-monday-musings.html

Revisiting My Digressions THE CLOISTERED HEART - April 6, 2016 ... dictionary, is to turn aside or wander from the main subject temporarily. The Main Subject: God. Digression: my distractions in the midst of prayer. Do I turn aside from God? No, not deliberately. Do I wander from paying attention to Him? That is a good question. My will , in a time of prayer, may or may not stray. My mind ? Now there's the great wanderer, the little nomad, the part that goes missing in action without so much as a fare-thee-well. It can later ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/04/revisiting-my-digressions.html

"Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Monday Musings - Good Prayer, Bad Prayer, the Better Prayer HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - March 30, 2016 ... rest of the week. You will find much spiritual nourishment and encouragement there. Here is my contribution: Monday Musings - Good Prayer, Bad Prayer, The Better Prayer (Originally published September 28, 2015) There is always something more that a hungry soul can learn about prayer. I found this to be true during a brief presentation Father John Denburger, OCSO offered at a recent retreat I made at the Abbey at the Genesee in ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/03/worth-revisting-wednesday-monday.html

Revisiting the Path Between THE CLOISTERED HEART - March 30, 2016 ... your vocation as a truly committed Christian, one called to a cloistered heart: I am called to the physical enclosure in which vowed life, community life, and apostolic ministry are but heading in the same direction as you. I like to refer to our prayer life as a cave. We need to enter that cave daily, often, regularly, despite any discomfort or darkness.... We are in this cave to find God - His presence - filling our soul with strength, light, courage, conviction... Staying ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/03/revisiting-path-between.html

Newspaper Column: Jesus: Our Center, Our Joy PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - March 18, 2016 ... the teachings of Jesus are to help us redirect our lives in His direction. And as He is the author of life, He has the inside track on what will make us happy. When we step outside of His guidelines, we will feel a little off, or a lot off, as the case may be. Living a worldly life distracts us from what ultimately brings us joy. St. Paul tells us our life is hidden with Christ in God (Colossians 3:3). Living a "hidden life" is to be humble and to not seek a reward or attention of others. ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/03/newspaper-column-jesus-our-center-our.html

Dominus Vobiscum VERITATEM FACIENTES IN CARITATE. PROCLAIMING THE TRUTH IN LO - March 13, 2016 ... deeper relationship with the Lord for each member of the congregation than any priest could know. While the Lord is omnipresent, the meaning of the prayer is to ask the Lord to be with us in an ever-increasingly personal and intimate way. It is that divine presence that bestows the peace and strength we all need to face life's trials and appreciate its triumphs. Why do the people respond "And with your spirit" and not simply "you"? Because there is far more present than meets ...http://proclaimthetruthinlove.blogspot.com/2016/03/dominus-vobiscum.html

Friday Potpourri: Generally Speaking ADAM'S ALE - March 11, 2016 ... Eucharist. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary: "sacrament of the Lord's Supper, the Communion," mid-14c., from Old French eucariste, from Late Latin eucharistia, from Greek eukharistia "thanksgiving, gratitude," later "the Lord's Supper," from eukharistos "grateful," from eu "well" (see eu- ) + stem of kharizesthai "show favor," from kharis "favor, grace," from PIE root *gher- (5) "to like, want" (see hortatory ). Eukharisteo is the usual verb for "to thank, to be ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2016/03/friday-potpourri-generally-speaking.html

Revisiting the Hallway THE CLOISTERED HEART - March 9, 2016 ... heart where their treasure is, and all having only one treasure which is the same God, are consequently always joined and united together.' (St. Francis de Sales) ' If St. Paul exhorts us to pray for one another, and we gladly think it right to ask every poor man to pray for us, should we think it evil to ask the holy saints in heaven to do the same?' (St. Thomas More) ' Dear Jesus, help me to spread Your fragrance everywhere I go.... Shine through me and be so in me that every soul I come in ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/03/revisiting-hallway.html

3rd Sunday - C GOD'S WORD TO US - February 27, 2016 ... and Care In the parable, the gardener asks the landowner to spare the fig tree, saying "Sir, leave it for this year also." The Greek verb here translated "to leave" is the same verb Jesus uses for "to forgive" in teaching us the Our Father ("forgive us our sins"11:4) and in his prayer on the cross ("Father, forgive them" 23:34) [1] . God's forgiveness comes with time, opportunities, and God's grace, like fertilizers for the fig tree, for us ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2016/02/3rd-sunday-c.html

Revisiting Bells THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 24, 2016 ... balance the pieces of my life. "Just as soon as we are familiar with one set of daily bells ringing," wrote one of you, "another set replaces them." Don't we know the truth of this. Seasons come and go, bringing school bells and wake-up alarms, church bells and wedding bells, baby cries and phones and stovetop buzzer "bells." They change with every passing year. Predictable, familiar, reliable, steady? No. Out here, it's just not that way. Throughout my day, bells of "things that must be done" ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/02/revisiting-bells.html

Lingering, Revisited THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 17, 2016 ... through the glass, that there are two ways of experiencing a view. One way is to glance briefly toward it. Another is to sit down and linger. After awhile, the lingerer becomes aware of things missed in a once-over viewing. Sun glancing off a parked car, turning light into sharp darts of color. The first yellow of a daffodil. A squirrel running gracefully across the lawn. I am refreshed when I take time to linger with the beauty of nature. I'm refreshed and changed when I linger with Jesus. ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/02/lingering-revisited.html

Does It Spark Joy? GOD IN ALL THINGS - January 29, 2016 ... another way Ignatian spirituality embraces the power of interior emotions and feelings in making decisions. Saint Ignatius believed that our desires were indicators of God's own desires for us. If we swept away the surface wants and looked deeper within ourselves we would discover the desires that lead us closer to God. Those things could be deep desires for healthy love, to foster a particular talent, or to live a more virtuous life—all good things that lead us to God. And if we follow ...http://godinallthings.com/2016/01/29/does-it-spark-joy/