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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1985

TAPES The following tapes are available for $4.00 each,postage is ineluded. Write: Clarence Dionne: 3112 Concord Ave.; Alhambra,Ca. 91803. 1. To Be Eucharist: MO4l. 2. Prayer and Daily Living: M 042. 3. The Trinity and the Eucharist: M 062. 4. Living the Eucharist: MOB 7. 5. The Eucharist and Daily Work: CIO4. 6. Being a Eucharistic Community: SDO3. 7. The Eucharist: Center of our Faith: MOOI. •*** *** Recommended material for your daily prayer:FORGIVENESS: A GUIDE FOR PRAYER, by Jacqueline Bergan and Sr. Marie Schwan (1985; St. Mary's Press,Winona,MN).This volume offers support and direction for solitary prayer as well as provides a framework for use in prayer groups or faith sharing groups. It is based on the model of Christian conversion found in the Spiritual Exercises of St.lgnatius. Price:s6.9s. Order directly from: Center for Christian Renewal; Box 87; Marywood Rd.Crookston,MN 56716-0087. Schedule of Father Maloney 1. Parish retreat June 1-2 in St. Gabriel Mission,Ca.BlB-289-...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

INSCAPE No. 4 , 1985: SEPTEMBER

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: JLr 1985 May the mercies of our Lor^tJesus Christ,the love of God the Father and the communion of the Holy Spirit be always with you! I pray,dear Subscriber of INSCAPE, that you have enjoyed a most restful and profitable summer. As you return to your regular •routine,our Contemplative Ministries' staff wishes to offer you a continued remembrance in our daily,humble prayers and in the beautiful Byzantine Liturgy. May our humble efforts through these teachings be of encouraging help to you as you progress in greater intimacy with the indwelling Trinity. What has overwhelmed me this summer is how passionately God loves each of us. If St. Paul could say that for him Jesus died (Ph 2:20),we also can say that,all of us individually. God loves us infinitely and in total gift of Himself as Father,Son and Holy Spirit. But what so many of us have lost in Western Christian spirituality is that love is always relational. St. Augustine and St. Thomas failed t...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CAN I REALLY EXPERIENCE GOD? [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

CAN I REALLY EXPERIENCE GOD? If you look over your life,you would surely be able to point out some experiences where you were aware in a special way of having met God. Perhaps you were in quiet prayer in solitude. Or it may have been after you had received Christ in the Eucharist. Perhaps it was in loving oneness with your dearest loved one or even as you watched the sun set with flaming colors spangling the entire western sky. Whatever be the details,you felt God's inbreaking presence. Suddenly the person or created object or event burst forth and became transparent to you of God's intimate and loving presence. You perhaps had no ideas or images of God. It was simply you present to Him and He to you in great intimacy. It was sudden. It was pure gift. You stretched out your spiritual arms to accept God as Gift. You were flooded with deep peace and joy. Yet there was a tugging pain in your heart. You wanted so much more as you stretched out. Yet what sweetness flooded you as you surr...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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GOD IS LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

GOD IS LOVE In God's revelation made through Jesus Christ and extended to us through the first community that believed He was God's definitive Word spoken to the world, we can humbly believe that our God is not only our Creator but that He is not far from us. "Yet in fact he is not far from any of us,since it is in him that we live,and move,and exist..." (Ac 17:28). He,who is love (1 Jn 4:B),is constantly giving Himself as a gift of love to each of us as Abba,Father. Jesus Christ lived in the constant presence of His Father from whom Jesus received His entire being. He found His Father working in all events (Jn 5:17) and He surrendered to work with Him in returning His love. He was His loving Abba, Daddy,who covered Jesus with His protective love. Jesus was the Father's loving Son who joyfully lived to do His will. Jesus experienced Himself as one with the Father,the Source and End of His entire being (Jn 17:22). In every human encounter with other persons or in the daily events of ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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EXPERIENCING GOD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

EXPERIENCING GOD If God is love,this must mean,as Jesus has revealed it to us through Holy Scripture which was handed down to us through the Church-Community of faith,that God,as community of Father,Son and Holy Spirit,wishes to give Himself to us. True love is- self-gift between the beloved and the lover. Jesus is proof by faith that God wishes us to receive His love and to know that love, "...the love of God has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit which has been given us" (Rm 5:5). Through God's two hands,as St. Irenaeus of the 2nd century expressed it,Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit,we are touched by God. If Jesus promised that He and the Father would come and dwell within us (Jn 14:23),why should we not experience that living presence within us? If Jesus taught us that "eternal life is this: to know you,the only true God,and Jesus Christ whom you have sent" (Jn 17:3),why should it be so extraordinary to experience such knowledge as God loving us and we being loved by...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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MYSTICAL KNOWLEDGE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

MYSTICAL KNOWLEDGE From Scripture (Ex 33:20; Jn 1:18) and the constant teaching in the Church,we know that God's being is utterly transcendent and beyond our understanding Him directly as He truly is in His nature. Yet Scripture and our Catholic,mystical tradition assure us that positively,not by our intellectual or conceptual knowledge,but by God's sheer gift of infusion through faith,hope and love,we can experience God as person-to-person. God and Moses communicated with each other in the tent of the meeting as friend with friend (Ex 33:11). Moses did not see God's face,but He looked upon God's "back" (Ex 33:23). By faith in Jesus Christ,we believe that we can experience God as Trinity. By His Spirit we can come to know God experientially as our Father,providing for all our needs because in our needs He is actively loving us through His providential caring. We can know that Jesus Christ is risen and lives in us only through the Holy Spirit (1 Jn 3:24). The Trinity,Father,Son and H...

Publication Title: Inscape
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REALLY CHILDREN OF GOD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

REALLY CHILDREN OF GOD God,through the incarnate Word's Spirit,gives us the power to become "regenerated," or reborn from above,by His Spirit (Jn 3:3,5). Our unspiritual or "carnal" mind can be transformed into a spiritual consciousness through the Holy Spirit. Through such a knowledge of our being loved in God's self-giving through His Son in His Spirit, our spirit and God's indwelling Spirit "bear united witness we are children of God" (Rm 8:16). This makes us heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ. God's love as experienced within us and living around us in His uncreated energies of love sustaining all of creation allows us to know by not cur knowing,to experience that we are truly children of God. "Think of the love that the Father has lavished on us,by letting us be called God's children; and that is what we are... My dear people,we are already the children of God but what we are to be in the future has not yet been revealed;all we know is,that when it is revealed,we shall be li...

Publication Title: Inscape
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CHRIST LIVES IN US [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

CHRIST LIVES IN US When St. Paul met Jesus on the road to Damascus,Jesus became for him the living Son of God, "the image of the invisible God,the first-born of every creature,because in him were created all creatures in the heavens and on the earth" (Col 1:15). He had truly experienced Jesus in an experience that changed his entire life and affected the entire world down through the centuries. Through continued experiences that Christ,the risen Lord,lived within Him and empowered Paul by His Holy Spirit to preach with such amazing power,to heal and perform miracles,St.Paul could affirm: "I live in faith:faith. in the Son of God who loved me and who sacrificed himself for my sake...l have been crucified with Christ, and I live now not with my own life but with the life of Christ who lives in Me" (Ga 2:20,19). Other Christian mystics from St. Paul until the present day have also experienced the great mystery but nonetheless the great reality that Jesus,born of Mary,is God-Man,who die...

Publication Title: Inscape
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NATURE OF EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

NATURE OF EXPERIENCE When we say that we have experienced God,what is meant by such a statement? What sort of knowledge or experience are we talking about? We say that a certain person has worked many years in computers and is very experienced in all types of models. This would mean ordinarily that he/she knows such machines,their capabilities and how to operate them successfully to perform according to the designed functions of such computers. But what sort of an experience are we speaking of when we "experience" another human being? It would mean a meeting in several encounters perhaps with that person. We would have "learned" certain facts about that person. We no doubt would have reflected on such information through our encounters and could articulate for others our impressions ; <sur reflection of what we really "experienced" II in meeting and to some degree "knowing him/her. John E.Smith,the American philosopher,describes experience as "a product of the intersectio...

Publication Title: Inscape
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INFINITE MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

INFINITE MYSTERY Thirdly,Rahner insists that all human beings,when they deeply experience transcendent beauty or true love,have at least an implicit sense of God as the fullness of beauty or true love beyond any limitations. Two persons in love,touching their mutual centers of uniqueness,are "hurled" beyond themselves toward God who is the Absolute Center and Source of all beauty and love,a Center without any circumference,without any limits. But such an implicit "stretching" beyond the concrete,human experience can remain blocked and remain a mere human encounter with finite beauty or love unless we can be informed through faith in God's revealed Word in Scripture and through the Church's teaching to learn from Jesus Christ that this mystery of infinite "beyondness" is God as loving,triune community. We always will be thrilled to hear a beautiful symphony of Beethoven. But there will always be some pull of pain that such complexity in unified harmony cannot last always for us and c...

Publication Title: Inscape
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THE HIDDEN GOD OF JESUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

THE HIDDEN GOD OF JESUS The Way to discover God in and beyond every experience of transscendence is Jesus Christ. In each moment of His earthly life,He learned to turn inwardly to find His Father at the center of His heing(Jn 14:11). At His innermost consciousness,Jesus touched the holiness of His Father who was pouring Himself out as His Abba.He breathed,smiled,laughed and cried in that holy presence. He was bathed at all times in the Father's uncreated energies of love and Jesus strove to return such personalized love by the same Spirit. Everything that entered into Jesus 1 experiences at Nazareth or in His public life in Jerusalem spoke in the silence of His heart that His loving Father was inside of each creature,giving Himself in loving service to His Son. The wood He lovingly handled in the carpenter shop,the soft,fiery sunsets spangling the west with flaming colors,the sheep,vineyards,the bread He ate at table,all brought Him into deep,silent thanksgiving and worship to His F...

Publication Title: Inscape
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TO HEAR THE CRIES OF THE POOR [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

TO HEAR THE CRIES OF THE POOR This loving Father is inside of all His creatures,but in a special way He is among His suffering children. He wishes to pick up the broken of this world,the sick,the poor,the oppressed,the lonely and the sinners and bring them all into His Kingdom. That Kingdom is to experience that we human beings share in the trinitarian life of God Himself (2 P 1:4). This loving Father who counts the hairs on our heads is a concerned,suffering God who seeks only the happiness of His children. Our Abba offers unconditional forgiveness and healing love to all who come to Him. In the Church we can be sure through faith,hope and love that . 3 ‘ .. ’1 : V. • 1 M V >. : I ••' -'6 we can experience the mystery of all reality,God as triune loving community,in all parts of His created world,but in a very special way whenever we build the Body of Christ. " I tell you solemnly,in so far as you did this to one of the least of these brothers of mine,you did it to me" (...

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Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1985

**NEW BOOK** Fr.G.A.Maloney,S .3. 1 s newest book is available at your book store. It is entitled: SINGERS OF THE NEW SONG: A MYSTICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE SONG OF SONGS (Ave Maria Press; $4,95). If you cannot find it in a book store near you,order it from Clarence Dionne and add a dollar to handle postage.Write:3ll2 Concord Ave. Alhambra,Ca. 91803. TAPES The following tapes are available for $4.00 each,postage is included. Write Clarence at above address. This is a recent series made during a parish retreat that stressed the theme of silence as a model of healing and integration of our whole selves under grace. 1. Looks Devoured By Love 2. A Still,Silent Voice 3. The Silence of Jesus 4. Woman Wrapt in Silence s.Silence in Human Love 6.The Silence of the Body 7.Silence to Hear the Cries of the Poor **** **** **** SCHEDULE OF FR.MALONEY 1. Weekend in Houston for Catholic Charismatics. Sept.s in St. Bernadette Parish; Sept. 6 in the Parish of St. Thomas and Saturday and Sunday, Sept....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1985

INSCAPE No. 5 ( 1985: OCTOBER

Publication Title: Inscape
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Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1985

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: May the mercies of our Lord Jesus Christ,the love of God the Father and the communion of the Holy Spirit be always with you! As we fully enter into the autumn months of this present year, we are surrounded by the rich harvest of fruits,nuts,vegetables that have been slowly maturing over the hot months of summer. It becomes easier for us to believe in the process of planting and harvest,of seeds falling into the earth and dying to bring forth a hundredfold of new life,of ourselves dying to lower levels of confinement in self-centered control to rise to new levels of loving oneness with God and His created world. We are all quite aware that we stand on the threshhold of anew awakening. Social,economic and religious forms which we have lived by no longer seem adequate to answer our problems and our inner cravings for greater global unity. Everything around us in our society and church is being challenged. Old patterns,once useful,have been discarded...

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PRAYING WITH YOUR WHOLE BEING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1985

PRAYING WITH YOUR WHOLE BEING You are in a very real way everything you see,hear,touch,taste and smell. The years of living in and through your senses have added to make you you. Your psychic life,your heredity,years of living in and through your emotions and passions,of which the two strongest are love and hate,all have added to make you you.But these various levels of your being keep you in the area of the "many",of multiplicity,potentiality unto a unity that alone will give you full meaningfulness. You sense in your daily living and even in your moments of deep aloneness with God in prayer that you are being acted upon by objects,that you are not really you in a oneness,in a unity,in the all-mastering creativity where from this multiplicity you can rise above and dominate and as a self-directing agent choose your own destiny. Part of our disunity in human and divine relationships comes from our separation,at least in our thinking,of our bodies and souls from themselves. As we are...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
TURNING WITHIN [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1985

TURNING WITHIN In order to move away from sheer multiplicity without any unity we need to turn inwardly to discover at the center of our being the unifying Spirit of God's love. It is only in the Spirit of love experienced in a personalized,deep prayerful encounter,often renewed each day,that you and I can enter into the Source of our being and find peace and joy and on-going integration and wholeness. It is at the center of our being where we enter once we have closed the door of our inner closet (Mt 6:6) and excluded any disintegration from our sense and psychic experiences that true healing and wholeness come from. Take the familiar example of a lake. On the surface it is most readily changed,acted upon. Pass down through the various levels of water,always descend into purer water,less of yielding to external forces acting upon your outer-surfaces, and you begin to touch the source that feeds the whole lake. Here there is the purest activity without much multiplicity,without much...

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NEW WAYS OF PRAYING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1985

NEW WAYS OF PRAYING When we study the writings of spiritual authors,we see that the need for a constant searching of ways of praying has always been felt by them. Many Christians have been unable to deepen their prayer life beyond a certain point in spite of their belief in their call to full union with God. There is also a need for a variety of methods for each individual,as St. Teresa suggests: Rigidity of any kind is to be avoided,for a certain variety in one's prayer whets the appetite. 'Sometimes do one thing, sometimes another,so that the soul will not get bored with always eating the same food,' (Life XIII). 'There is only one rule,to pray as one can' (The Way of Perfection,XXl) Fr. Johannes Lotz,S.J. also remarks: "Methods should never be allowed to do violence to our individuality,but they should be used to free it and adapt it for the work of meditation so that each meditator can find his own way." Hinduism has felt the same need and has developed several kinds of Yoga exe...

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