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OPENNESS TO THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1986

OPENNESS TO THE WORLD Thus,as we receive Christ in the Eucharist and also receive the fellow-Christians who celebrate this divine banquet together,so also we are called to go forth to ’’receive” the world,to be opened to each person we meet on the streets of life. It is almost a cliche to say that we live the way we pray and. we pray the way we live. The quality of our prayer-life is the test of the worth of the rest of our life* The rest of our life,outside of our personal and communal prayer,reveals the quality of that prayer* Prayer is not finished until it is lived* The Eucharist is the Bread of Life to be shared with others* Have we really lifted our hearts to God if we have not offered Him our whole being,with all our relationships to other people who touch us and whom we touch in daily life? Of what avail is our offering in the communis liturgy if it is not completed in the offering in our daily living? Prayer and worship are perfected in the doing,in living according to the ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WHATSOEVER YOU DO TO THE LEAST... [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1986

WHATSOEVER YOU DO TO THE LEAST... We can easily receive the message of Jesus,even receive His Body and Blood,and not let it affect us deeply in our human relationships toward others,if that message is received only as a concept,something in the "head." Hi s message must be received in a metanoia. a conversion of heart. We need, to see how unfree we are to love the whole world and to cry out constantly with hope that Jesus can set us free to live His eucharistic presence to others* That message,as Chapter 6 of St. Luke's Gospel shows us, transforms us into loving Christians who forgive our enemies, turn the other cheek and insist on going another mile. More is the only measure of how much to give to others,not merely according to justice* Love has a completely different measurement. Self-defense and secured power yield easily in the light of others' needs. The only question is: what does my brother or sister need? To me it is incongruous that a dynamic Christian,before so many needy ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1986
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1986

SCHEDULE OF FATHER MALONEY 1. Weekend retreat in Prince of Peace Parish TX, May 2-4; 713-469-3676. 2. Weekend retreat in Modesto,CA, May 9-H® 3. Weekend retreat in Episcopalian parish of SS t ,Peter &• Paul; May 16-18; 254-8168. 4. Weekend Retreat in St* Charles Borromeo,San Diego,May 23-25-, retreat for permanent deacons of Denver ,May 30-June 1„ 6. Priests’ retreat in Little Rock,As.June 2-5® 7. Women's day of recollection in Ljttle Rock,Aß June 6* 8. Week retreat for the Srs.of* St»Joseph,Wichita,KS June 8-15, 9. Retreat in Ireland for the Brothers of St.Patrick,June 16-22. AUDIO-CASSETTES The following tapes are available for s4#oo each,postage is included. Write: Clarence Dionne; 3112 Concord Ave. ; Alhambra, Ca. 91803. 1. Be Eucharist: MO4l. 2. and daily living: M 042. 3. The Trinity and the Eucharist: M 062. 4. the Eucharist: MOB 7. 5. The Eucharist and Daily Work: CIO4. 6. Being a Eucharistic Community: SDO3. 7. The Eucharist: Center of our F a ith: MOOl. -*-** *...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

INSCAPE No. 3 1986: JUNE

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

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! Soon full summer will be here and you will be spending happy,relaxed days on your "vacation." For this reason INSCAPE will not,as in the past,be published during the two months of July and August. Another reason is that I will be preaching retreats all of June,July and August,including three weeks in Ireland. We will be sending to your address our next number, the first week in September. Perhaps as summer days bring sunshine and warmth and a more relaxed mood to your life,this time will also give you a chance to see yourself step outside of your tightly controlled daily work schedule to move inwardly to do some serious work on developing true knowledge of yourself. For this reason I have chosen the topic entitled: Who Do You Say You Are? There can be no true progress in your spiritual life unless you uncover the hidden are...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WHO DO YOU SAY YOU ARE? [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

WHO DO YOU SAY YOU ARE? Stand sometime before a mirror,perhaps in your bathroom or bedroom,and look deeply at the person you see in the mirror. Do you really know who you are? Are you pleased with yourself? This must go deeper into your self-identity beyond the externals that are reflected back to you: "Is your hair combed? Make-up too much or too little? Are those more wrinkles I see than last week?” When you and I look beyond the superficial externals,we see an image we have created,or at least one we have accepted to some degree as created by our parents and others. This is our general impression of the person we are and of our intrinsic value or low profile we habitually entertain of ourselves. All your waking life-time, you have been busy taking paint to paint on the inner canvas of your mind your self-image. It contains many pre-conditioned factors out of your genetic pre-programming, inherited through your parents' genes that link you to a long line of ancestors who extend th...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE UNREAL SELF [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

THE UNREAL SELF The unreal self begins to emerge as the one that receives less of the hurts. But this self begins to grow farther away from the real self that becomes more and more suppressed into the unconscious. We struggle then to live according to our unreal self because such an approach to life is less painful. We forget what it feels like being spontaneous and free,because nov/ we have lived so long with our. false self that in our pained insecurity we fight to maintain that image of ourselves as our true,"secured” self. This explains how very fiercely aggressive we can be when our unreal self is temporarily unmasked by others. We treat them who often truly love us as though they were our great enemies. This is seen often in the hate-love ambivalence found among married couples. How uncomfortable and defenseless we feel in the impotence of serious sickness,above all,before death,or even in times of a £ spiritual retreat away from our habitual society and hence roeplaying v/hen...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SELF-IMAGE OF ST.PAUL [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

SELF-IMAGE OF ST.PAUL In 1 Cos 15*1-11,St. Paul gives us his self-image which he developed over years of self-searching in honest appraisal of his failures and his talents as seen in Jesus Christ. He tells us that he is the least of the apostles. He persecuted God's Church. He doesn't deserve to be called an apostle. And yet he can say, "...but by God's grace that is what I am,and the grace that he gave me has not been fruitless. On the contrary,l,or rather the grace of God that is with me,have worked harder than any of the others; but what matters is that I preach what they preach,and this is what you all believed" (1 Cos 15*10-11). St. Paul had a balanced, right view of himself. He learned by being in touch with his ego-image that in the past he was a sinner. There was still a principle within him warring against his true self in Christ,seeking to destroy his virtuous self. There was "sin" in his members (Rm 7*23). Yet in spite of his sinfulness and brokenness,the ’’sting in his f...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DISCOVERING YOUR TRUE SELF [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

DISCOVERING YOUR TRUE SELF How can you enter into such a radical healing that goes so far beyond your little backaches and moods of depression,but yet includes all of these? How can you build up your new and true self, and discover the person God has always seen you in potentiality to be in Christ Jesus? The first step is to be able to look at yourself on all levels of your brokenness. This means a sincere readiness to go beyond the level of controlled consciousness and to enter into the inner.real self which remains hidden under the many layers of ’’paint” that constitute what you habitually think yourself now to be. We need a healthy disgust for ourselves as the first stage of putting on the new creation in Christ (2 Cos 5*17). We need a nostalgia such as the Prodigal Son experienced as he fed the swine and pondered his separation from his loving father. Convinced that you are living in a predominantly unreal world,you then cry out for a real healing reconciliation between yoursel...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE INNER SEARCH [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

THE INNER SEARCH To enter into your inner being,you must embrace silence. This is more than a mere refraining from speaking. It is an inward movement into what Scripture calls the "heart” of man. It is going beyond the controlled knowledge we entertain of ourselves and the world around us. And yet how we resist this silencing of our ownjurge to create a world based on our selfish projections! We will do almost anything to remain "up" on top,in command of our lives by means of our intellectual powers. Given any situation,you have the power to fashion it by your mind according to your liking. You can truly create whatever world you want,depending on your psychic needs. And yet how sadly we mistakenly call this our "creative" power! It is in reality your power for undoing yourself and putting off the whole process of becoming a healed,wholly integrated person,the one that corresponds to the one that corresponds to the name and person God knows you to be when from the depths of your bei...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CENTERING PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

CENTERING PRAYER Various words have been used by persons who practise and teach ways of making contact with one's deeper self. Transcendental Meditation is one description of a technique using Hindu meditation techniques made famous by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (TM). Most of the Far Eastern religions,including Zen Buddhism,have similar meditation techniques. Silva Mind-Control and a host of other mind-expanding systems,along with hypnosis,use similar methods of breaking one's habitually controlled level of conscious brainwave activity to enter into a relaxed,more total in-touch with one's deeper parts. Some Christian and Unitarian groups that favor developing the inner powers of the psyche through meditationijtJfle term metaphysical. For Eastern Christians,who inherited the hesvchastic type of prayer from the Desert Fathers, a centering process is used that emplpysjthe Christian mantra of the Jesus Prayer. The "heart" is opened up to the healing power of the indwelling Trinity. Whatever...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MOVING INTO INNER HEALING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

MOVING INTO INNER HEALING As your spirit moves into a harmony with God's Spirit,you feel great loving energies uniting you with God,with your neighbor and the entire world. The walls of defensiveness that you have built up,the aggressive moods of attack to preserve your false identity,dissolve before God's love and your new-found sense of oneness with all the universe. You feel yourself entering into anew integration of spirit,soul and body. By such daily prayer you can release greatpowers of inner healing that will flow over your psyche and even jour body,bringing healing and new strength. As you yield to the indwelling Trinity and allow yourself to be loved,you experience a movement into anew freedom as a child of God, loving you infinitely in Christ Jesus through His Spirit. Your potential for being expands into a realized consciousness. You are being healed! The inner transformation that St. Paul speaks of (Ep h:23-2h) is experienced by you as now taking place within you. Unsusp...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
YOUR HEALING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

YOUR HEALING Today you hear very much in Christian circles about healing. Faith healers are seen in huge healing services across the land via TV. Huge rallies feature faith healers similar to the late Kathryn T 'uhlman and Oral Roberts. The charismatic renewal has enlivened the faith of many Christians,including Catholics,to believe that Jesus Christ still walks this earth and does heal the broken ones as He did during His public ministry• Such healings you probably have experienced in a prayer group, or in a special healing of memories as a leader led you back into your past. As you surrendered the suppressed pains and hurts and unforgiveness to Jesus,you experienced inner healing and a movement toward wholeness. You have undoubtedly experienced healings through your reception of the sacraments,especially the Rite of Reconciliation and above all the Eucharist. Keeping a journal through which you can dialogue with your inner psyche perhaps could be an occasion for exposing your unhe...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
EVENING REFLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

EVENING REFLECTION. There are many ways to make contact with the elements that make uo our false self in order that the real self with God’s grace may come forth. I would like to propose to you an ongoing method of submitting your falsity,your brokenness of each day to the healing power of the lord.,especially to be done in the evening before retiring. God has spoken His Word to you in so many diverse and enriching ways throughout your day. Spend fifteen minutes reflecting in a prayerful manner upon that portion of your day. But I would deem it necessary for all serious Christians desirous of making progress in the spiritual life and in deeper prayer that at least the last thing you do before falling off to sleep is to turn prayer- fully to God in a transcendent reflection upon the day’s events. You spend about one third of your existence in sleep. Much happens during that time of sleep. It is most important to put into order the events of the day before going to sleep. Your unconsc...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
HOW TO DO IT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

HOW TO DO IT We usually like exciting methods that border on the exotic. This is a simple,ancient method,found throughout the entire Christian history of spirituality. You will see the effects if you stay with it to create a "true" image of yourself as God would see you in Christ. PREPARATION: Each evening before retiring,place yourself in the presence of God. Recall by an act of faith,adoration,hope and love that God is present,Father,Son and Holy Spirit. In their holy presence you wish to listen to God's many ways in which He has loved you this day. You wish to be accountable to Hps graces.so you are eager to see how you responded. Honesty and sincerity are essential. I.THANKSGIVING: Begin by praying and thanking God for the many gifts He has given you in the present day. Thank Him always in detail as you sensitively recall how many wonderful ways He gave Himself to you in so many gifts. Thank Him for the great,general gifts that always are with you. Then in particular for the spe...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1986

VIDEO AND AUDIO TAPES BY FR.G.MALONEY,S.J. If you are interested in obtaining either a set of audio tapes or video tapes of anew series,given in recent retreats by Fr. Maloney,order the audio-tapes from Clarence Dionne (3112 Concord Ave.; Alhambra,CA 91803. Each tape is s4.oo,postage is included) or the video tapes (7 conferences of 45 minutes each) from June Culver (7820 Bolsa Ave.; Midway City,CA 92655. Entire video-set: s3o,including postage). HUNGER IN THE DESERT: DESIRE FOR A DEEPER PRAYER LIFE. 1. Are Created for Happiness. 2. The Call to Deeper Prayer 3. Prayer as Petition 4. Prayer of Gratitude 5. Prayer of Brokenness 6. Prayer of Adoration 7. Difficulties in Prayer ★*** **** ★*** Fuller treatment in pamphlet form,written by Fr.Maloney,of the evening exercise of reflective healing is available and is entitled: Goodnight,Lord. Healing the Day's Hurts. Order from Clarence at the above address. Cost: $2.00. Try to interest some friend this summer in subscribing regularly to INS...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1986

INSCAPE No. 4 : SEPTEMBER ,1986

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 September 1986

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: May the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ,the love of God the Father and the communion of the Holy Spirit be always with you? I have chosen as the topic of this month's teaching: o Prayer as Gratitude and Commitment. As we thank God for the restful 6 -c cq and recreative vacation with so many memories of contemplated beau- $ % ' * ties of God's creation in the oceans,lakes,rivers,mountains and woods . • Uj <r still fresh in our hearts,we wish to see that gratitude must ul- .1 r~ "*• r. o r - yf timately be expressed by commitment. S How I learned this truth through this hot summer as o r $ p ‘ "■ I suffered along with my brothers and sister the anxieties of eight weeks during which we could not locate my 85 year old mother. parently she had felt heart pains and left on foot from her home in Leisure World,Mesa,AZ to seek help at a nearby hospital. She fell into a ditch. It was eight weeks later with weeds completely covering the ditch and ...

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Source: Boston College
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