Monthly Archives: May 2010

Lectio Divina

Just what is Lectio Divina?  It is Latin for Sacred Reading…a five step “process” for guided prayer.  Step 1 — Lectio:  the reading itself. Let’s use, for example, Mark 10:46-52 – about the blind man, Bartimaeus.  The whole passage would be … Continue reading

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Come aside for awhile and rest…

Aaahhh…the need to come aside for some refreshment…time with just me and God…time to recharge!  Are you looking for ideas?  Do you enjoy New England any time of the year?  These three places are a feast for the (weary) soul… … Continue reading

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The Need for Daily Eucharist

Let’s face it…life at times (ok…far more than we care to admit!) is a long, arduous journey — a real desert experience!  With all of its ups and downs, I find that I need frequent nourishment.  No doubt the Word of … Continue reading

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Hello world!

…and welcome to my first experience of blogging.  I am third Order Carmelite and a deep lover of the Catholic Church.  Just now I am involved in teaching a course on Adult Catechesis — teaching the basic doctrine of our … Continue reading

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Question: Why do we need to search for God?

believe it or not I did not find the template…it was randomly “assigned” to me by Wordpress. God is good!

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