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A Pauline Reflection on Lectio Divina IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - February 17, 2017 ... for …the motives for establishing the canon were largely liturgical and that liturgical use was an important factor in determining what Scriptures were to be included in the canon. Put simply, the canon was drawn up to establish which books should be read when the community gathered for worship, and the books included in the canon were those that were already being read in the Church's liturgy. [1] As a result of the liturgical nature of Scripture, it seems to follow that if one desires ...http://www.impactingculture.com/a-pauline-reflection-on-lectio-divina/

Now Is the Time THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 1, 2017 ... an 'awakening' I had several years ago. Feeling sad 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 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 now.' I have right now. I cannot turn back the clock and re-live minutes ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2017/02/now-is-time.html

Worth Revisiting - Imagine God Embracing You While You Pray! HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - January 31, 2017 Thank you Allison Gingras (Reconciled To You) and Elizabeth Riordan ( Theology Is A Verb) for hosting Worth Revisiting . Be sure to stop by every Wednesday . You will enjoy your visits. I have decided to share this post: Imagine God Embracing You While You Pray! (Originally posted August 15, 2016) (Image source: Wikimedia Commons ) Nearly a year ago, I shared a brief article on prayer – a gift I received while on retreat at the Abbey of Genesee . ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2017/01/worth-revisiting-imagine-god-embracing.html

Revisiting the Grille THE CLOISTERED HEART - January 25, 2017 http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2017/01/revisiting-grille.html

Worth Revisiting - Toward Reclaiming the Sacred Nature of Our Churches HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - January 17, 2017 Thank you Allison Gingras (Reconciled To You) and Elizabeth Riordan ( Theology Is A Verb) for this opportunity to re-publish a favorite post on Worth Revisiting . Stop for a visit now (and every Wednesday). The gifted hostesses and other writers who post each week will no doubt have much of value to offer you.. Here's my contribution: Toward Reclaiming the Sacred Nature of our Churches (Originally posted on February 22, 2016) When you enter your parish Church are you ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2017/01/worth-revisiting-toward-reclaiming.html

God's Seed Remains YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - January 4, 2017 ... stay means to remain in place. As an itinerant carpenter-preacher, Jesus rarely stayed in one place too long. However, the spirit of his message took up residence in the hearts and minds of those whose ears opened to hear it. Another possible meaning could be that – in anticipation of the coming of the Sabbath – Andrew and John wanted to know where Jesus would rest in accordance with Jewish law. Knowing this, they, too, had to wait overnight before continuing on the journey. ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/01/gods-seed-remains.html

If You're Not Feeling Merry THE CLOISTERED HEART - December 21, 2016 ... fainthearted, let all nations know You are God.' (St. Clement of Rome) 'Cast all your cares on Him, because He cares for You.' (1 Peter 5:7) This is a repost from our archives. It is linked to Reconciled to You and Theology is a Verb for 'It's Worth Revisiting Wednesday. thecloisteredheart.org Painting: Jules Breton, ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/12/if-youre-not-feeling-merry.html

A Crack in the Everyday THE CLOISTERED HEART - November 30, 2016 ... after-Christmas sales, there is still a window of opportunity. A time when someone rushing through a store might catch the strains of an old familiar carol, one she's heard every Christmas since childhood. Yet this time, the words sound different. She remembers a Babe in a manger, and her heart is strangely warmed. This is a season when we can smoothly and naturally acknowledge (like at no other time) the One Who was born for us. After all, few friends would toss out cards that have nativity ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/11/a-crack-in-everyday.html

Advent Is IMPERATIVE! HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - November 27, 2016 ... than "don't." Let's go looking, then, for imperatives in today's Scripture readings. There are plenty of them, and they give us a great push for the start of Advent. The first reading begins with a familiar image, the mountain of the Lord. Mountains have an important place in the Old Testament. Moses receives the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai and Elijah meets God on Mount Horeb, for example. In the New Testament, Jesus goes up on the mountain to pray and, at the end of his earthly mission, ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/11/advent-is-imperative.html

Regathering Fruits of Lectio THE CLOISTERED HEART - November 16, 2016 It is hard to put Lectio Divina into words. God speaks to us in Scripture, we speak to Him in prayer, and these back and forth encounters weave into and through our everyday lives. "I must admit," wrote one of you, "that when I first heard about Lectio Divina, I was intimidated thinking that it was a practice that only a few could master along with the great saints. But as I am learning more and more everyday, it can be very simple and maybe even something that I have ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/11/regathering-fruits-of-lectio.html

Revisiting Morning Prayer THE CLOISTERED HEART - November 2, 2016 Morning prayer does not have to be hard. I must remind myself of this, because sometimes I feel I'm climbing over a hurdle as I begin the day. But waking-up prayer doesn't have to consist of anything more complicated than remembering God as soon as I become conscious; and, quite simply, of greeting Him. I used to fret about this. I wondered if I was doing it "right." I wanted to be reverent, but "warm and loving and real." What I have come to realize is ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/11/revisiting-morning-prayer.html

The Dazzling Simplicity of Lectio THE CLOISTERED HEART - October 26, 2016 ... myself (yesterday) but no Bible at hand, I began praying with lines I'd memorized from John's Gospel. When I came to John 1:5, where it speaks of the Light shining on in darkness, a darkness that has not overcome it, I felt a touch of peace. No matter what darkness may seem to be around - in the world, the media, my nation or my life - the Light of Christ is shining in the very midst of it. I was struck by the words "in darkness. " Darkness may indeed be lurking, but His Light is there. It was ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/10/the-dazzling-simplicity-of-lectio.html