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THE WOMAN TOWARD OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1988

THE WOMAN TOWARD OTHERS It was at Pentecost that Mary received an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that enabled her, more than any of the Apostles, to understand the universal love of her Son and Savior for all human beings. By the Spirit of Jesus Christ, she burned to surrender herself even more completely to serve His Body than she had done at Nazareth or at the foot of the cross. They Mystical Rose was opening up to the outside world, so that all could gaze on this beauty that was always there, but needed to come through the thorns and pains of growth in order to unfold, full of God's grace, of loving service as gift to others. With new awareness of her love for all God's children, she understood more deeply her universal role as Mother of the regenerated race of mankind. If St. Paul could say: "I live now, not I, but Christ lives in me" (Ga 2:20), how much more did Mary realize after Pentecost, and continue to grow in that realization in her glorified state, that she is one with Je...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1988
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1988

Suggested Reading and Tape-Listening in Honor of Our Lady Have you read Fr. Maloney's book on Our Blessed Lady: MARY, THE WOMB OF GOD? It was written several years ago and is available at Catholic bookstores for $8.95. TRis would be fine reading and meditation during the Marian Year. Three AUDIO-CASSETTE TAPES are offered to you to complement this month's teaching on Mary. Cost: $4.00 per tape, this includes postage. Order from: Clarence Dionne, 3112 Concord Ave., Alhambra, CA 91803. 1. True Devotion to Mary: MlO2. 2. Mary the Contemplative: MlO9. 3. Mary in Glory and Your Glorification: Mill. +++++++++++++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + MARIAN TOUR Perhaps you missed our announcement last month in INSCAPE that Fr. Maloney will be chaplain for a pilgrimage-retreat to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal, to Medjugorje in Yugoslavia and three days in Rome. If you are interested, please write for a brochure to: Sr. Maria Eva Moreno, 53540 Avenida Obregon, LaQunita, CA 92253. The da...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INSCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1988

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Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

INSCAPE No. 9 FEBRUARY, 1988

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

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! During this month of February, we are called to enter into the liturgical time of Lent. From our earliest years we have all too often associated this sacred time with doing acts of "mortification." This usually meant denying ourselves sweets, "worldly" recreations like attending movies and dances, with a stab at fasting from time to time. It, however, is a privileged liturgical time to enter into our individual and collective brokenness, and claim those areas dominated by the darkness of selfcenteredness. As we learn to enter into the "cave" of our heart, we humbly accept our past hurts, guilts, fears, anxieties. That is the first element of a true conversion or a turning away from the "unreal" world sin has created for us before we can move into God's real world through the Savior, Jesus Christ. We need to be in touch with ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYING THE JESUS PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

PRAYING THE JESUS PRAYER Jesus is mercy. This could give us two different meanings. It can convey to us that Jesus i_s God's mercy. He epitomizes in His life as God-Man, God's Word made flesh and dwelling among us, all the loving, compassionate concern of our Heavenly Father for us in our brokenness and misery. It can also be our cry in our many needs and in our sinfulness and brokenness to Jesus Christ to come into our concrete human situations and show mercy to us. But, essentially, the two aspects flow from the basic truth in Christianity, that Jesus brings us into the fullness of God's mercy and healing of our brokenness by being the perfect revelation of God's mercy that is above all His works. We, in Western Christianity, speak and write much about God as love. But we have in general forgotten the constant focus of the Old Testament prophets and of Jesus Himself that God's mercy is above all His works. It endures forever because it is God Himself as love, bending lowly, but te...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
UNCREATED ENERGIES OF LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

UNCREATED ENERGIES OF LOVE Such early Eastern Christians took Holy Scripture seriously as they prayed to encounter God as their ancestors in the Old and New Testaments had prayed. They experienced that God touched them profoundly in the most revealing, unveiling of His uncreated energies of love. "God is love and anyone who lives in love lives in God and God lives in him" (1 Jn 4:16). These athletes of the desert experienced daily that, if God truly abode in them, He did so through all of His energizing love that became perfected as they loved one another (1 Jn 4:12). Prayer for the early Christians was an active receptivity to God's permeating, energetic love, surrounding them at all times in every event, in every creature that entered into their lives. God today is the same as then. His energies are really God Himself in His loving relationships toward us. God's activities can never be divided into those that are sacred and those that are merely secular, between those that are nat...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A WHOLE PERSON [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

A WHOLE PERSON God created us as whole persons. We are not made up of several parts, put together with some invisible glue. In the Bible, we are given a vision of man, not in philosophical terms, but of a unified, whole person in relationships with fellow-human beings, with God and with the entire created world. St. Paul describes the human person in a process of becoming holy and blameless, "spirit, soul and body, for the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ" (1 Th 5:23). God has placed within our bodies a basic rhythm, an inner harmony among all the parts of the body, the organs, members, nerves, muscles and so forth. When such harmony is attained and lived out, it leads the human person to an integration of higher faculties found in the psyche and the spirit.

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Source: Boston College
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PRAYER OF THE HEART [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

PRAYER OF THE HEART In the Christian East of the early centuries among the hermits of the desert there evolved a type of prayer that became known as the prayer of the heart. The heart is the scriptural symbol for the seat of the human life. We are touched in the depths of our personality. All affections, passions, desires, knowledge and thoughts arise in our heart. It is here that our spirit and God's Spirit meet in loving communion. This is prayer that goes beyond any words, sentiment, images. "Heart speaks to heart." Such prayer leads to listening and mutual self-surrender. St. Theophan, the Russian recluse (1815-1894), describes the heart in the language and experience of the desert fathers: The heart is the innermost man or spirit. Here are located selfawareness, the conscience, the idea of God and of one's complete dependence on Him, and all the eternal treasures of the spiritual life.... Where is the heart? Where sadness, joy, anger and other emotions are felt, here is the hea...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE NAME OF JESUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

THE NAME OF JESUS The Eastern Christians, inheriting a Jesus-centered spirituality from Pseudo-Macarius of the fifth century and the early Fathers of the Egyptian desert, combined the name of Jesus with their breathing. St. John Climacus in his Ladder of Perfection exhorts Christians: "May the memory of Jesus combine with your breathing; then you will understand the use of silence." In those early centuries it was simply the name of Jesus and the remembrance of His resurrectional presence living within the hearts of Christians that was recited and united with the breath. Gradually, other formulas, Christian mantras, were used, but with great freedom, all in order to obtain the fruit of such prayer, namely, greater oneness with Jesus Lord. Over the succeeding centuries, gradually a fixed formula immerged: "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner," was developed and taught as the favorite expression for centering on the Lord Jesus, the risen Son of God living within ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYING THE NAME OF JESUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

PRAYING THE NAME OF JESUS We have been made by God to be loved and to give love in return to God and neighbor. In surrendering to another and ultimately to God in unselfish love, we reach the highest stage of communication we call communion. To reach this oneness with others in love we need to move away from egocentrism through expanded states of deeper consciousness. The highest consciousness known to us human beings is the state of constant, loving union with God and the entire cosmos. Yet, when we look at ourselves and the world around us, we see more brokenness than health, more separation and vision than unity and love. The "New Age" thinking refuses to recognize what St. Paul calls "sin in my members" (Rm 7:23). Such persons believe they are already divine and can come into "enlightenment" by making contact through some medium of antiquity, but not Christ, the sole Redeemer, or by using crystals, massage, tarot cards, etc. Dr. Margaret Mead claims that we only discover four pe...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
COMING HOME [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

COMING HOME You and I always suspected that there was someone living within us, our real self, that was always crying to come forth. We have felt the alienation and fragmentation of our various parts, our faculties within us, on our body, soul, spirit levels of relationships. We tend to become discouraged at our low performance, at our having to live on such "low" flats of existence. Yet, we seemingly hear a cry to rise from our eating the "husks of swine" (Lk 15:16) and to return to our true home and to the happy family of loving Persons, - Father, Son and Holy Spirit, - from whom we have separated ourselves. Psychologists, like Abraham Maslow, have coined the term "peak experience" to describe the "ecstasy" or "standing outside" of our habitual level of consciousness in anew experience. You may find your moments of pushing beyond your "flats" of your ordinary existence through listening to beautiful music, jogging, or in stimulating conversation with dear friends. Hallucinogenic d...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYING THE PRAYER OF THE HEART [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

PRAYING THE PRAYER OF THE HEART If we turn to the great contemplatives of the Eastern deserts, we can learn how to call upon the simple name of God, or Jesus, or some other phrase from Scripture. Such a practice was tied to the revealed teaching that Baptism gave the Christian anew birth in God's Spirit. God's divine, personalistic, uncreated energies of love swell up from within the heart of the Christian. They permeate and bombard you from outside as well, for in God's energies all things exist and have their being (Ac 17:28). By vigilance over worldliness or dissipation of cares and preoccupations, and by centering upon the presence of God, Christians, so taught the Fathers of the desert, would be able to enter into a state of being divinized progressively more and more as they surrendered to the dominance of God in their every thought, word and deed done in love for God. Calling on the name of Jesus, for the Christian, is more than becoming aware of His existence. It is to enter...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A WAY OF LIFE IN JESUS CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

A WAY OF LIFE IN JESUS CHRIST In all authentic writings about prayer, major stress is placed on the preparation for prayer and the tenor of life lived as one comes out of such prayerful encounter with God. The prayer is most meaningful when the singleness of vision, purity of heart and freedom from selfish desires for psychic experiences are sought. The practice of silent recollection and a calm, peaceful attitude are obviously aids in all prayer, but especially in the prayer of the heart as taught us by the Fathers of the desert. Such a prayer needs fidelity, perseverance and courage, not only in the concentration on the indwelling Jesus Lord, but in embracing a life of purification of the mind of all ungodly thoughts and desires. The Jesus Prayer is not merely an ejaculation; it is a way of life in Jesus Christ. It is a short summary of the Gospel recalled by a simple centering technique, built upon deep, faith, hope and love. It puts the entire person into the process of praying....

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
HAVE MERCY ON ME, A SINNER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

HAVE MERCY ON ME, A SINNER Not only in praying the Jesus Prayer do we exalt the transcendence of Jesus Christ as the true Lord, Son of God, but we turn within ourselves as the Holy Spirit reveals to us our great need for God's healing mercy. Sin in Holy Scripture and in the writings of the Eastern Christian Fathers is any brokenness, regardless of the cause, that impedes the life of the indwelling Trinity from having its full sway in your life. This brokenness touches you as an individual. It has old and far-reaching causes stemming, not only from your direct parents, but through their lineage, back through the preceding generations of your ancestors, even back to Adam and Eve. Effects are registered within your being, your thinking and acting that come from the world in which you live and from the historical roots of that world, extending back to the beginning of human history. It is wholesome to take responsibility for that brokenness that prevents you from being what you should b...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE DIVINE PHYSICIAN [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

THE DIVINE PHYSICIAN When you enter into inner silence and see what lies beyond the superficial levels of your consciousness, you soon find a whole inner psychic world crying out for healing and harmony. Beneath the "properness" that society has taught you as the way you should act in certain circumstances, you will uncover seething volcanoes of self-love, hatred toward certain persons, even readiness to use violence to force your own will. Jesus Christ came into our brokenness and took upon Himself our sins. He was tempted in all things, save sin (Heb 4:15). He, the image of the Heavenly Father (Col 1:15), went about healing the maimed and the crippled, the blind and deaf, the epileptics and those suffering all sorts of psychic and spiritual imprisonment. He set them all free, as He healed them by the love of His Spirit, Whom He poured into their lives, provided only that they believed in His person. Yahweh, the God Who heals (Ex 15:26), still walks upon this earth in the risen Jes...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYER EXERCISE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

PRAYER EXERCISE Select a quiet place, free from noise and interruptions. The best time is in early morning or, if you should wake up, in the middle of the night. Take a position that is comfortable, yet disciplined enough to prevent sleep or undue distractions to arise. Localize yourself in the presence of the Trinity by making acts of faith, adoration, hope and love. Begin to breathe consciously. Feel your breath entering into your lungs. Follow slowly its exhalation. Feel yourself literally relaxing. Consciously start from the head and go through all parts of the body, commanding each part to give up any tension and replace it with complete relaxation. Descend into the depths of your heart by counting backwards from 20 to 0. Enter into your spirit-level through faith that the Holy Spirit is praying within your consciousness. / 4 As you slowly breathe in, think mentally: Lord Jesus Christ. As you slowly breathe out, think: Son of God. Breathe in and think: Have mercy. Breathe out a...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1988

AUDIO-CASSETTE TAPES The following audio-cassette tapes are offered to you to complement this month's teaching on the Jesus Prayer. (Cost: $4.00 per tape, this includes postage.) These can be ordered from: Clarence Dionne, 3112 Concord Ave., Alhambra, CA 91803. 1. The Jesus Prayer: M 026 4. The Good News: Christ in Us: M 073 2. Healing Prayer: M 067 5. A Heart Spirituality: Mll7 3. Praying in the Heart: 6. Centering in Prayer: M 132 the Indwelling Christ: MO6B 7. Jesus Heals Our Brokenness: AAO3 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ MARIAN YEAR TOUR Fr. Maloney will be chaplain for a tour to celebrate the Marian Year. We will visit Medjugorje in Yugoslavia, Rome and the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal. We will leave July 25 and return August 10. Total cost: $2,495.00. If you are interested, please write for a brochure to: Sr. Maria Eva Moreno, 53540 Avenida Obregon, LaQunita, CA 92253. +++++++++++++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1988 SCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY Weekend retreat at St. Clare's ...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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