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DIVINIZATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1986

DIVINIZATION With the divine energies of the Trinity,the personalized love of the Father,Son and Holy Spirit,always surrounding us and lovingly calling us to respond to God’s Word living within us and within the context of our existential life,we reach our highest development in the continued cooperation (synergy) with God’s energetic,self-emptying,loving presence. When we continuously cooperate with God’s grace His divine,uncreated energies manifested to us in the context of our daily lives,we ent«r into the process of theosis or divinization which is the total integration of the body-soul-spirit relationships of man with God. This is the end of God’s explosive love in self-giving to us human beings,His masterpiece. We are endowed with an orientation to grow daily into the image and like- ness of God that is Jesus Christ.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INTIMACY WITH THE TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1986

INTIMACY WITH THE TRINITY The unbelievable good news is that the Trinity pursues each of us as the most Tremendous Lover,as the passionate Bridegroom seeks to be one with His Bride. We can truly come to know through the Spirit's fadth,hope and love God as personalized Father,Son and Holy Spirit,dwelling intimately within of us. Through the Spirit that searches down into the depths of all things, "even the depths of God" (1 Cos 2:10),we can experience God as Trinity giving themselves to us in the deepest and most tender inter-personal relationships. And this is the same Father loving us as He loves His only begotten Son,His Word,from all eternity within the very Trinity. This is the same divine Word,the Son of God,but also that same Word made flesh and now glorified and risen by the Father, loving us as He loves the Father from all eternity and as He loved us on the cross. This is the very same Holy Spirit,hidden within the enfolding arms of the Father and Son within the Trinity,lovi...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
OUR HUMAN DIGNITY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1986

OUR HUMAN DIGNITY Do you understand the dignity to which you are called? Do you understand how beautiful you really are right now in spite of your brokenness and self-centeredness in the Trinity's indwelling love for you? This is our human dignity:- to be called children of God and we really are such by the uncreated energies of God as they touch us at each moment and call us into a more intimate divinization as His children (1 Jn 3 s l-2). This is the Good News that the Word made flesh makes possible through His Spirit who reveals to us in each moment that Trinity dwells within usj

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

TAPES BY G.MALONEY,S.J. You may purchase the following audio-cassettes on the theme of the Holy Trinity by ordering from Clarence Dionne (3112 Concord Ave.; Alhambra,CA 91803. Each tape is s4.oo,postage is included)* 1. Indwelling Trinity: MOl5. 2*The Trinity and the Eucharist: M 062. 3. Experiencing the Trinity:Ml2l. 4. Mysticism of the Trinity and Marriage: Ml2s* 5. Praying in the Trinity: Ml33* 6. Growing Interiorly:Mo96. 7. Growing Interiorly:Mo96. * * * * ***** ******* SCHEDULE OF PR.MALONEY,S.J* I.Oct*l:Day of recollection for priests of Pittsburgh; St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House; 412-381-7676* 2. Evening conference sponsored by Institute of Formative Spirituality at Duquesne Univ*Pittsburgh*Oct.2* 3*Weekend retreat for laity and religious at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat House; Oct* 3-5; 412-381-7676. 4. Priests* retreat; Oct.6-10 for LaFayette,lN Diocese. 5. Weekend retreat in St. Bartholomew Parish, Long Beach,CA'; 213-4393551*0ct.10-12. 6. Weekend Retreat; Oct. 17-19;...

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

INSCAPE No .6: November,l9B6

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 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 wlth you! NOV 1 0 1936 Have you ever had the experience after having received the Eucharist and suddenly found yourself taking an imaginary trip to Hawaii or the Caribbean Islands? Or do you often find yourself speaking to your husband, wife, children, friend or acquaintance and you notice clearly that they are interiorly "yawning"; they are bored with what you are saying and perhaps even a little bored with you? You stop to demand attention from them by your complaint: "You are not listening to me,are you?" As part of our sinful nature,we cannot seem to concentrate too long without our mind wandering away from the thought,person,work at hand. How true this is when there is something bothering us. Our mind keeps coming back to that same preoccupation or haunting thought. But even when we are calm and quiet in prayer before the Lord, d...

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

INNER ATTENTION If you have ever assisted at the celebration of the Byzantine Liturgy you would be struck by the many times during the Liturgy that the priest or deacon shouts out to the members of the congregation:"Wisdom! Be attentive!" It is a call to become bodily and in spirit attentive for Christ, God’s Wisdom,is about to come into this community in anew and dynamic way. It is this interior activity of one’s mind that is all-important in prayer and in the proper use of all creatures to praise and glorify God. All external activity,unless the mind or heart accompanies it and directs it to God's praise is useless before God. If your heart,the deepest levels of consciousness,is fixed in loving adoration and obedience to God,no enemy can touch you. In fact,then the world of temptations becomes the arena where you,in conflict,can be tested and grow into a deeper,purer love for God.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NEED FOR THE DISCIPLINE OF INNER ATTENTIVENESS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

NEED FOR THE DISCIPLINE OF INNER ATTENTIVENESS Jesus taught us the end of our Christian life. Yahweh had commanded His chosen people in the desert to love Him with their whole hearts and with all their strength (Dt 6:5). Jesus paraphrased this same command to be the summary of the end of our human life: You must love the Lord your God with all your heart,with all your soul,and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment. The second resembles it: You must love your neighbor as yourself.On these two commandments hang the whole Law,and the Prophets also (Mt 22:37-40). The greatest accomplishment or goal in our human existence is to love God perfectly in every thought,word and deed and to love our neighbor as we would love ourselves. But how often we fail to fulfill these two commands,due mainly to our scatteredness of mind,our inattention of God’s loving presence and His Word asking us to always live in love toward others. What difficulties we encounter when we s...

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

SOBER VIGILANCE Taking this above text from the first epistle of St.Peter,the early Fathers of the desert built a teaching about what they termed nepsis. This word comes from the Greek word,nepo,which means to be sober,not inebriated or intoxicated. It refers to a mental sobriety, a mental balance,an internal disposition of attention to the movement of God's Spirit leading us to true discernment of how we should react to any given situation or temptation according to our true dignity as God's loving children. In this state you are not moved impulsively by your own desires or passions, but you hold yourself in abeyance until you know what this or that thought is all about in God's Logos. God is the living criterion of your choices as you act always out of love of God and neighbor. Freedom is not primarily having the possibility of choosing good or evil,but ultimately choosing always the good according to God T s Logos. This is true integration according to the likeness of God,brought...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SELF-POSSESSION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

SELF-POSSESSION Lanza del Vasto,one of Gandhi's disciples,explains how important inner attentiveness is if we are to remember God and seek to return His love by giving ourselves as a gift to others. He writes:"Self-possession must precede self-giving,for one cannot give what one does not have" (Make Straight the Way of the Lord,p.B). Such self-possession requires great "spiritual effort." It demands that we attend to ourselves,not to be off center. Thomas Merton writes in a similar vein: If I love God with my heart,l have got to have a heart,and I have got to have it in my possession to give. One of the most difficult things in life today is to gain possession of one's heart in order to be able to give it. We don't have a heart to give. We have been deprived of these things and the first step in the spiritual life is to get back what we have to give and to be ourselves (Life and Solitude).

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ATTEND TO YOURSELF [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

ATTEND TO YOURSELF In my novitiate training I was taught a Latin phrase:"Attende tibi" which came originally from St. Basil of the 4th century. We novices were told that meant we were to "mind our own business!" We were not to be curious about the affairs of others. Seriously we were to center upon our rapid climb to sanctity. But it really meant in the mind of St. Basil and all other great ascetics of the early Church that each of us had to cultivate a greater capacity on body,soul and spirit levels for inner attention to the given moment and the task at hand. It is a discipline of the human spirit that allows us to draw near to God so that everything we do is done for His love and not out of our own selfishness. It is the mind and heart focused upon God and the goal of the human journey, to love God with our whole heart and our neighbor as we love ourselves. Inner attention drives away any mechanical acting out of routine or a learned response. In a word,we move toward greater hum...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD SPEAKS HIS WORD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

GOD SPEAKS HIS WORD Becoming more aware of yourself as a free agent,capable of putting yourself into your work with the maximum of concentration and creativity is not the goal of your Christian life. That goal we have already described as loving God with your whole heart and with all your strength and loving your neighbor as yourself. Ultimately you should strive for inner attention so that you can do all,thin£speak, act,in oneness with God,in the power-of God's Spirit of love. If God's essence is to be love which means always to be acting in love,as Judaeo-Christianity reveals to us,then He is always seeking to share His being by communicating His presence to us,whom He created according to His image and likeness (Gn 1:26) through His Word. God becomes a God-toward-others by communicating Himself in the gifts of creation through His Word and His Spirit of love. The entire world around us is being created in a process of God's sign of His burning desire to give Himself in faithful c...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD'S LOGOS IN MAN [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

GOD'S LOGOS IN MAN Of all the millions of creatures made by God,you and I alone remain unfinished and open-ended as human beings. God speaks to us in the "coolness of evening" in the Garden.By our possessing an intellect and will,we are able to enter into communication and ultimately communion with God to share His very own happiness and nature as being love. We can posit ourselves as an I, dependent on the Absolute I of God,or we can refuse to be attentive to His loving presence.We are being summoned by God continually in every moment of our existence,in each event,to receive God's Word actively. We are called to be listeners of God’s Word,to understand and to believe in His Word. We are not propelled into our uniqueness as individuals by a predetermined guidance on God’s part. We are obligated to stand inwardly attentive to God’s Word inbreaking into our lives,calling us to respond in faith to obey His Word. He invites and calls us to open our hearts to His Word and to accept our ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ATTENTION AS RESTING IN GOD’S WORD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

ATTENTION AS RESTING IN GOD’S WORD The language of love is silence. If we are to listen to God’s Word,we are in need of silencing the noisiness within our hearts and around us in the multiplied world that is orientated in its brokenness toward "sin and death," symbols of self-centeredness and a movement away from God centeredness. The condition that served as criterion of one’s docility in listening to the Word of God was measured by the early Christians who inhabited the deserts in terms of resting in the Lord or quieting all inordinate desires. Teilhard de Chardin calls such a listening state" passionate indifference," whereby we Christians are to surrender ourselves totatlly to God dwelling and revealing Himself within the living of God that Christians are. This state of listening is comparable to the seventh day of rest that the Lord took after His labors of creating the world. It is the new day of rest,the day of kairos time of salvation in which we human beings opt always to d...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD’S EXTERIOR COMMUNICATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

GOD’S EXTERIOR COMMUNICATION A general emptying of our own driving,aggressive attacks upon God, others and the world around us and a putting on of a gentle spirit to listen to God as He communicates Himself to us is necessary if we are to be in touch with God as He communicates Himself to us both from outside and from within ourselves. A disciplined inner attention is needed if we are to be ready to hear what God's Word is saying to us. God reveals Himself through His Word as found in Holy Scripture. This requires a listening on the levels of body,soul and spirit as God's message comes to us as history,an intellectual message to us. Then God's Spirit speaks not only a special healing word of love in the broken time and space in which we listen to this word but He also releases the dynamic power of God that gives faith and hope in God's will to fulfill what His Spirit reveals. We approach listening to the Word of God in Scripture with humility and gratitude,but above all with child-l...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ATTENTION TO GOD IN OTHER PERSONS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1986

ATTENTION TO GOD IN OTHER PERSONS A special listening with attention to God's Word as an unfolding of God’s loving presence is developed as you learn to listen to God in others. Here you can see from your own experience what inner attentiveness and love are required if you are truly to listen to God in the presence of other persons who meet you and communicate themselves to you through their words, actions and their very being. At first we listen on the bodily level to God's Word speaking to us through others. We seek to praise God in the positive qualities found in them. We can observe negative qualities also in others,but we seek to move from the bodily level into a faith,hope and love vision that will alow us to pierce beyond the evident negative side of the person to see deeper the Word of God and to listen to what message of beauty and love the Word is speaking from within that person. The greater our awareness is of the indwelling presence of God in the deepest center of our b...

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

ATTENTIVE PRAYER God does meet us and communicates Himself to us more directly in our own personal prayer. The more attentive we can bring ourselves to His activities in self-communication unto communion, the more "real’' He becomes to us. We cannot love and surrender to Someone who is not real to our consciousness. It is distractions that take us away from intense intimacy with God. Distractions are anything on a body,soul or spirit level,that enters into our communication and communion with God. Voluntarily or involuntarily willed by you,they can prevent you from being attentive in faith,hope and love to God. Distractions tend to dissipate your attention away from God and therefore defeat the prime purpose of prayer:to lift your mind and heart up to God in loving surrender and adoration. Most of your distractions in prayer will be involuntary. Especially as you move away from discursive prayer and do not employ your intellect, imagination and memory as much in your contemplative r...

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

TAPES The following tapes are available for $4.00 each,postage is included. Write: Clarence Dionne: 3112 Concord Ave.; Alhambra,CA 91803. 1. Abiding in His Presence-M023. 2. Thoughts on Asceticism-MOIO. 3. How to Listen to God-MO2B. 4. Growing Interiorly-M096. 5. Discipline toward Contemplation-M126. 6. Turning in to Christ Within You-Ml4O. 7. Logos Mysticism-M123. VIDEO-CASSETTES If you are interested in a video-series of VHS tapes of a recent weekend retreat given by Fr.Maloney,order from Mrs. June Culver; 7820 Bolsa Ave.; Midway City,CA 92655. Total cost including postage: s3s.The individual conferences run about 50 minutes. COME ASIDE AND REST AWHILE l.Call to Deeper Prayer 2.lnner Silence 3. The Prayer of the Heart 4. Purity of Heart 5. Prayer as Healing of Brokenness 6.lntegration as Resting in God 7.Return from the Desert to the Market Place SCHEDULE OF FR.MALONEY 1. Weekend retreat in SS.Simon and Jude Parish,Huntington Beach,CA 818-289-7544;N0v.7-9. 2. Weekend retreat in Sa...

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