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CALLED TO EXPERIENCE GOD'S INTIMACY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

CALLED TO EXPERIENCE GOD'S INTIMACY We are called to love one another. "No one has ever seen God; but as long as we love one another, God will live in us and his love will be complete in us" (1 Jn 4:12). Our call to live in intimacy with each other comes out of God's very own nature as a community in loving, self-giving relationships to each member of the triune community to which love brings about a oneness in nature and distinction in persons. The mystery of the Trinity has been revealed to us in Holy Scripture. Especially is this the work of the Word that became flesh and dwelt among us that we might know the Father through seeing Him in His Son (Jn 14:9), and we would recognize them as unique persons in the same Spirit of love. St. Irenaeus of the second century describes human beings as "empty receptacle" to be filled by God's goodness. How exciting and yet how humbling to realize that we, with the whole material creation, are caught up into the trinitarian ecstasy of love. We ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
REVEALED BY THE WORD INCARNATE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

REVEALED BY THE WORD INCARNATE God's fullest revelation is made in His incarnate Word, Jesus Christ. For in Him we have not only words, but we have the one Word that is the perfect image of God's nature, but in human form. In Him we can come, not only to know God's very nature as self-giving love, but through His outpoured Spirit we can be brought into a loving communion with God's very own being. The Letter to the Hebrews describes this revelation through God's incarnate Word: "...but in our own time, the last days, he has spoken to us through His Son, that He has appointed to inherit everything and through Whom He made everything there is. He is the radiant light of God's glory and the perfect copy of His nature, sustaining the universe by His powerful command By knowing the Word incarnate, we can now know the Father and His Spirit in Whom the Word makes known to us the Father. The very self-giving of the Father of Himself to the Son through the Spirit of love and returned self-gi...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DOES GOD REALLY CARE ABOUT US? [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

DOES GOD REALLY CARE ABOUT US? If this is truth and the source of all reality, why are we Christians not more excited about God? If the Trinity, not only dwells within us and all around us in every atom of matter, but is self-emptying love, as Jesus imaged it on the cross, why is it we do not experience this greatest of all realities? Why are we not more excited about God? Why are we not beautiful and loving persons at all times, transformed and divinized by the indwelling Trinity, to be a similar selfemptying love toward all whom we encounter? a I think I know, at least partially, the answer. Our theologians, especially St. Thomas Aquinas, have taught us for so long that God is perfect, independent and immutable or unchangeable. He really cannot have a "real relationship" with us material beings. St. Thomas thought that if God were really to relate to us in our time-space slots of earthly existence, this would introduce into God's perfect transcendence an imperfection, an element o...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD REALLY DOES CARE FOR YOU [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

GOD REALLY DOES CARE FOR YOU The Good News that Jesus brings us, and He Himself, is the Good News, the medium and the message, is that this all-loving community of God is not far from us. In Him, the unknown God, we live and move and have our being (Ac 17:28). Although there will always remain something unapproachable, unpossessable and unfathomable about God, the Trinity, yet Jesus Christ's role in His incarnation, death and resurrection is to pour the love of God into our hearts through the Spirit that is given to us (Rm 5:5), so that we can "know" through faith, hope and love and experience God as a community of loving, caring persons, having real relations with us as manifested in Jesus. This Trinity abides in us at all times. God touches us in His uncreated energies of love. The unique, personalistic relations of Father, Son and Holy Spirit burst forth from the Trinity and continue to touch us and swirl around us at all times in the context of the present moment. There can be n...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD IS A WAITING GOD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

GOD IS A WAITING GOD We have seen that God Trinity, as revealed by Jesus Christ, truly loves us with the passionate love of Jesus dying for love of each of us. But, if love within the Trinity is a circular movement among the three persons. Father, Son and Holy Spirit, then, as we have already seen, each person, not only gives Himself to the other in the same Spirit of Love, but each waits to receive the gift from the other. Now, if such trinitarian relationships within the one nature of the Godhead exist, so also the same relationships of Father, Son and Holy Spirit go on as the Trinity relates to us in God's created order of salvation. Karl Rahner gives us the guiding principle: "The 'economic Trinity' (i.e., Trinity in relation to us in the economy of salvation) is the 'immanent Trinity' (i.e., Trinity in relation to itself, Father, Son and Holy Spirit) and the 'immanent Trinity' is the 'economic' Trinity" (The Trinity, p. 22). To answer the question whether God truly "waits" for ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD NEEDS YOU [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1988

GOD NEEDS YOU Now we can understand how we can say that we can impact the life of God. Once Jesus has died and He rose from the dead,exalted by the Father,He could then pour out His Spirit upon us so we can understand in Him the infinite,perfect love of the Father for us. O In His Spirit,we know we belong to Christ. We form one body with Him (Eph 4:4-6; Jn 15:5) and in His Spirit and our oneness with Jesus,we can bear fruit that pleases the Father. When we love others in the self-sacrificing love of Jesus in His Spirit, it is not only we ourselves,but it is we,members of His very own Body,the Church s in and with and for Christ that we are able to thrill the Heavenly Father. We are filling up the total Christ,He the Head,but we His members. Without us living in loving service to each other with Christ,the Father is waiting and eagerly longs for the total Christ to come back to Him in an emptying love that will thrill for all eternity the Father and transform Him into the unique Fath...

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

SCHEDULE OF FATHER MALONEY * April 1- 3: * April 8-10: * April 12: * April 15-17: * April 22-24: * Ap 30-May 1: * May 13-15: * May 27-29: Holy Week Services at St. Andrew's Byzantine Catholic Church: 538 Concord St., El Segundo, CA 213-322-1892. Weekend Retreat in St. Raymond's Parish, Menlo Park, CA 415-323-1755. Day of Recollection at CONTEMPLATIVE MINISTRIES CENTER, 850 Coastline Drive, Seal Beach, CA Weekend retreat in St. Joseph's Parish, Hawthorne, CA 213-679-1139. Weekend retreat in St. Patrick's Parish, Merced, CA 209-383-3924. Workshop at The Hermitage, Indianapolis, IN 317-545-0742. Weekend retreat in St. Gertrude's Parish, Stockton, CA 209-466-0278. Weekend retreat in St. Joseph's Parish, Capitola, CA 408-475-8212. +++++ + + + + A NEW VIDEO-CASSETTE MISSION RETREAT We are pleased to offer anew mission-retreat that was filmed in the parish of the Good Shepherd, Spring, TX recently. Since the mission offered conferences in the morning and evening for different audiences, th...

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

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Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

INSCAPE No. 2 MAY, 1988

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

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! For many Americans, the month of May is their favorite time of the year. A dull overcast of long, dreary, winter days dissolves into a sky, bright and warm, with laughing sunshine to warm our bodies and our spirits. All of nature bursts forth into new and fresh forms of life with colors of verdant greens and spangled colored flowers everywhere we look. We feel alive! Even young again! Easter allowed us to live out Christ's death and resurrection. May brings us to the Giver of Christ's new life, the Holy Spirit, as we open up to His release in our daily Pentecosts. This month, especially during this Marian year, brings us into a deeper devotion to Mary, our Heavenly Mother. Last month's teaching touched on the topic: God Needs You. I desire to pursue this rich theme by centering this month's teaching on Mary, the Mother of ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER We have seen in our last teaching that God is a triune community of love, Father and Son and Holy Spirit, in intimate self-emptying love for each other. The only reason that revelation can give us for the creation of this universe and of us human beings as made according to God's own image and likeness is that God's triune love wishes to be "othered" and shared with others. God not only gives us human beings things, but He is the Giver of Himself in the individual gifts of the unique persons of Father, Son and Spirit. Love is giving, yet it is also a circular movement of receiving one's true identity in the waiting for the return gift of the other and, hence, the fulfillment of the uniqueness of the I_ and the Thou in a We-community of love. We have tried to show how the Father within the Trinity in the Spirit is "othered" into uniqueness by loving as self-emptying gift to the Son, but also by waiting to receive the return gift of Son in the same Holy Spirit. We s...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD NEEDS MARY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

GOD NEEDS MARY Let us now turn to Mary, Jesus' mother, in order better to understand the good news that God truly wants and needs our love through self-emptying and loving service to others in the world. God in time and in a geographical space of this planet, Earth, confessed through His angelic messenger that He needed Mary. First, the almighty God calls her to the unbelievable dignity to become the mother of His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ. God waits on her free will to accept to cooperate with the fashioning of Jesus Christ, God's Son from all eternity and, yet, now divinity to be made flesh as human in all things like us. What a critical moment in time as God waits upon the consent of a human person to thrill His heart and complete His plan for sharing His triune life with all His human children. Mary then hears explicitly what she must have lived by and experienced profoundly in faith all throughout her previous years of cooperating sensitively to the Holy Spirit's inspirat...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE INDWELLING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

THE INDWELLING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT What Christian ever experienced as Mary did at that sacred moment of divine impregnation of the Word of God in her womb, not only the presence, but the deifying activity of the Holy Spirit within? St. Paul could write: "Didn't you realize that you were God's temple and that the Spirit of God was living among you?" (1 Cos 3:16). She knew in that moment what St. Paul meant: "Your body, you know, is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you since you received Him from God" (1 Cos 6:19). The great threshold that marks the breakthrough for a dynamic Christian comes when he or she realizes with ever-new awareness that God's sanctifying power, the Holy Spirit, dwells within oneself and not outside. We fix all our intentions inwardly upon the Divine Sanctifier. With such a quickening in her spirit, Mary freely pronounced her "yes" to God's Holy Spirit. She discovers at that moment God's glorious kingdom in her heart. She drinks at the Spirit's living wat...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE GIFT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

THE GIFT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT Jesus promised that He would ask the Father to send the Spirit upon the disciples. His words were realized in Mary's experience in the annunciation: I shall ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate to be with you forever, that Spirit of truth whom the world can never receive since it neither sees nor knows him; but you know him because he is with you, he is in you. ...But when the Spirit of truth comes he will lead you to the complete truth, since he will not be speaking as from himself but will say only what he has learnt (Jn 14:15-17716:13). As the Holy Spirit comes upon Mary, she is vivified by God's own life more completely. She is given a more complete understanding of her role in the history of salvation. Possessing the Spirit, Mary possesses the very love of God, sanctifying her as His dwelling-place. It is in that overshadowing of Mary by the Holy Spirit that Mary receives the strength to live her new commitment as Mother of the Son o...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PENTECOST AND THE FORMATION OF THE CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

PENTECOST AND THE FORMATION OF THE CHURCH We cannot read Luke's account of the Spirit's overshadowing of Mary without at the same time recalling his account of the Holy Spirit's coming upon Mary in the midst of the Apostles. Jesus had promised in words similar to those used by the Angel Gabriel: "...but you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on y0u..." (Ac 1:8). We note that Luke singles Mary out from among the other women who waited with the Apostles for the coming of the Holy Spirit: "All these joined in continuous prayer, together with several women, including Mary the mother of Jesus and with his brothers" (Ac 1:14). In both cases, where the Holy Spirit overshadows, first Mary alone, and then, Mary and the first believers, in the mind of Luke, there is the birth of the Body of Christ, the Church. In Nazareth, Mary is the first Christian who, through the power of the overshadowing Holy Spirit, gives birth to Jesus. In the Upper Room, she is joined by other believers, m...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE HOLY SPIRIT EMPOWERS CHRISTIANS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

THE HOLY SPIRIT EMPOWERS CHRISTIANS From meditating on Luke's parallel usage of the Holy Spirit's coming upon Mary in the annunciation and upon her and the Apostles and the other women at Pentecost, the Greek Fathers easily moved the parallel to apply equally well to all Christians. As the Holy Spirit is always the activator of God's Word in the individual Christian, Origen teaches that the Spirit brings forth Jesus in the Virgin's womb in order that He may equally be born in each Christian by the same Spirit. "What meaning does it have to say that Jesus has come only in the flesh which He received from Mary if I do not show He has come also in my flesh? J (Homily on Genesis; 111, 7). Again, Origen insists that this overshadowing, as in Mary's case, is for us, as well, as we must want it as she did: ...and not only in Mary did this birth begin by the overshadowing of the Holy Spirit, but in you also, if you are worthy of it, the Word of God is born. Then seek the ability to seize th...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MARY: GOD'S PRESENCE AS LOVE TO OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

MARY: GOD'S PRESENCE AS LOVE TO OTHERS Mary is the ideal Christian, not only because the Holy Spirit came upon her, but also because she mediated the Holy Spirit of God's love to others. She continues to be a presence to all who ask her to come into their lives and make the love of the Holy Spirit, like rain, fall abundantly upon thirsty, parched hearts to bring forth much fru i t. We think of the people that entered into anew outpouring of the Holy Spirit through Mary's presence in their lives. It was St. Joseph who, of all human beings, was closest to Mary. He loved her from the first moment his eyes saw her. His whole being cried out to be near her, as any young man is ready to give up all in order to possess himself in the woman he ardently loves. Yet, just as rain can be accompanied by thunder and lightning, so Joseph met with trials in his association with Mary. He was torn into two pieces as he wondered how his espoused virgin, Mary, could be with child. How should he properl...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MARY AND THE CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

MARY AND THE CHURCH How the Holy Spirit, through Mary's presence in their lives, must have been powerfully felt in the hearts of the Apostles, especially St. John the beloved disciple to whom Jesus entrusted His mother! We cannot imagine what a source of strength and consolation Mary's presence to the early Christians was by way of mediating in her silent way the Holy Spirit. The Acts shows Mary in the center of the Apostles and other followers. Mary had pondered all the many things that had been foretold about her Son, Jesus, keeping them in her heart. Now, after the ascension, she must have shared many of the joys that were hers in the years of living so intimately with Jesus at Nazareth. If the Holy Spirit is the bond of unity that brings members of the Body of Christ more closely together, Mary surely had a great role to play in that early Christian community by her quiet presence that released the Holy Spirit in greater abundance in the hearts of all who came into contact with ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE CHURCH: SAVED HUMANITY AND SAVING FORCE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1988

THE CHURCH: SAVED HUMANITY AND SAVING FORCE In the early Church, the Fathers clearly saw that what could be said in an analogous way of Mary as being the Church could also be said of us individual Christians. She needed redemption, yet God used her, and still does, to bring Christ as Redeemer to the world. The basic point of similarity between Mary as an individual, most perfect member of the Church, and the Church itself, and also between her and us, center around the motherhood and virginity of the Church and its members. The Church gives birth to the members of Christ's Mystical Body through the sacraments and through faith. It is a virgin through its unblemished faith, its tenacity to orthodoxy or right teaching, its espousal to Christ through grace. Mary is corporeally the mother of Christ and physiologically was a virgin. Yet, spiritually, too, in the designs of God, she plays the role of the New Eve, in restoring the human race to the pristine life of God in their souls throu...

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