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OUR HUMAN COOPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 March 1991

OUR HUMAN COOPERATION There was a favorite saying among the early Fathers of the Christian East: "God associates only with gods." In order for us to become gods by participation and by the indwelling the Holy Trinity (Jn. 14:26), we must complete certain conditions. Namely, we must cooperate in love with God through a rebirth by water, but above all by the Holy Spirit. The total Trinity dwells within us through Baptism, but the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are limited in giving of themselves to us only insofar as we cooperate with them. Thus we can see that divinization admits of diverse degrees among us human beings. Every Christian, as long as he/she seeks to accomplish the divine commandments and love of God, has some degree of realized divinization. Already in this life, in spite of our weaknesses, we have some degree of likeness or conscious awareness of our oneness in Jesus Christ through the manifestation of this unity of love by the Holy Spirit: "...even in this world we hav...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 March 1991

PRAYER Prayer is the spiritual life itself since it is the Life given us by the Holy Spirit and its effect is the highest human activity. It is, above all, our personal, experienced relationships with God through the power of his Spirit who prays with our spirit (Rm. 8:26-27). Real prayer is when we do not "have" prayers to be said, but we "become" prayer and we make our lives the unceasing communion with God (1 Th. 5:17). Prayer comes to its last possible stage on earth when divinization is revealed as the vision of Divine Light and unity with the Holy Trinity.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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SYNTHESIS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 March 1991

SYNTHESIS Divinization is revealed as we saw in Scripture and Tradition as the work of the personalized Love of the Holy Spirit and the Son for the Father. We do not only love in return, but we are also infinitely loved. We not only receive by grace what God has by nature, but also we become by the Holy Spirit what God is by nature, namely LOVE. The role of the Holy Spirit is kenotic or self-emptying love. His activity is free and dynamic, supportive and enriching of our human freedom because this is the action of true, infinite Love, who does not determine our human activity but humbly waits upon our free choice to cooperate. The Holy Spirit is the first principle in this action and we are the second as we cooperate with God's uncreated energies of love. We cooperate because there cannot be divinization without our free acceptance of God's invitation to become participants of his nature. Our role in divinization must be similar to that of the Spirit. It must be personal, dynamic, a...

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Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 March 1991
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Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 March 1991

AUDIQTAPES. You might wish to complement this month's teaching with some of the following tapes: 1. R 149: GOD CALLS US TO INTIMACY 2. R 151: THE SPIRIT OF LOVE CALLS FORTH OUR TRUE SELF 3. R 155: LOVE BEGETS LOVE 4. R 160: THE TRANSFORMING JESUS 5. R 161: SPIRIT OF THE RISEN JESUS 6. R 175: PRAY WITHOUT CEASING 7. R 238: LOVING THE CHRIST IN YOU 8. R 243: GOD CALLS YOU TO INTEGRATION 9. R 098: TRINITY: MODEL OF WHOLENESS & LOVE 10. R 284: INVADED BY GOD Order from June Culver at CONTEMPLATIVE MINISTRIES (see address above). $4 per tape (includes mailing). NEW BOOKS In the past three months, three of Fr. Maloney's newest books have been published. If you have missed any of these and you cannot find them in your local bookstore, you may order directly from CONTEMPLATIVE MINISTRIES at 850 Coasdine Drive; Seal Beach, CA 90740. 1. THE SECOND DAWN OF LIFE: A New Level of Spiritual Growth* (Living Flame Press). Price: $7.00 plus $1 per copy for mailing. [*NOTE: LATEST RELEASE]...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

INSCAPE No. 11 April 1991

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

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! We now enter into the glorious life of the risen Savior. The month of April liturgically celebrates our risen life in Jesus through the Holy Spirit whom Jesus risen is now empowered to release in our hearts. The resurrection of Jesus cannot be understood or experienced apart from the outpouring of the Spirit. The work of Jesus risen is to give us the outpouring of the Spirit in our hearts so that in the Spirit we may also learn to die to our selfishness and even now live in the new creation that Jesus, the new Adam, makes possible in our lives (2 Cos. 5:17-20). Today we are seeing revolutionary happenings around our world in the political, economic, ecological, military, and also religious arenas, as the Holy Spirit of the risen Lord is discovered working powerfully in the hearts of millions of peoples of many nations in Ea...

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THE HOLY SPIRIT DWELLS WITHIN YOU [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

THE HOLY SPIRIT DWELLS WITHIN YOU What we are seeing in our modem technological world and in our own individual lives is a crying out in almost desperation to discover ourselves as unique, beautiful, joyful persons who feel themselves worthwhile and loved by another. Through our hyper-activities and the depersonalization of our technological world, all of us desire a greater sense of our personhood and individuation in our relationships, both with one another and with God. M. Rokeach and E. Chesen have pointed out how conformity to external religious forms and a rigid belief system can lead to immature and even detrimental psychical development. Western organized religions, which tend toward teachings and dogmas, hierarchical structures of authority and liturgical ritualism, are finding a need to revitalize themselves. The faithful are in search of transcendence and intimate, immanent, personal encounters with a living God who truly loves them and transforms their brokenness and dar...

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Source: Boston College
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THE TRINITY: GOD'S PERSONALIZED COMMUNITY OF LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

THE TRINITY: GOD'S PERSONALIZED COMMUNITY OF LOVE Our most unique and meaningful personality, which empowers us to love God with our whole heart and love all other human beings as we love ourselves, comes from the basic personalized community of love that is at the heart of the I-Thou and We community’ of love, the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It is God's Spirit indwelling us that makes us a "new creation." The Good News that the risen Savior makes possible by giving us the fullness of his Spirit of love is that the Spirit, not only works in us with his very own life, power, and love; but, miracle of miracles, he wishes to dwell personally in us. He wishes to take up his abode within our hearts, at the core of our being. We now have within us our personalized human nature, but also God’s very own nature, which is to be active love through his Spirit. The identities remain distinct without merging, yet they form a unity of loving persons present to each other that hei...

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Source: Boston College
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THE SPIRIT DWELLS WITHIN US [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

THE SPIRIT DWELLS WITHIN US The Holy Spirit as God's personalized love seeks to bind us in personalized relations in the most intimate loving unity between ourselves and God’s triune community, but also between ourselves and our fellow-beings, and to build a harmony between us and the created cosmos around us. In the Spirit we discover the immense humility of the three divine persons of the Trinity that seeks a union with us beings by the Spirit. This Spirit seeks to place himself in active, loving service by living within the limitations of our own human consciousness. Here the Spirit, as condescending, kenotic (or self-emptying) love, serves to bring about the transformation of ourselves into regenerated children of God (Jn. 3:3,5) unto eternal happiness by sharing with us God’s very own nature. Within us the Spirit dwells as the most intimate presence of the Trinity toward us that is possible for us human beings to experience on this earth and in the life to come in our heavenly ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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DEGREES OF GOD’S LOVING PRESENCE TO US [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

DEGREES OF GOD’S LOVING PRESENCE TO US The God of Judaeo-Christianity is a community, therefore, of loving, divine persons, freely seeking in an evolutive unveiling of God's intimate presence toward us to share their life with us. We are called by God's predilection (Eph. 1:4) to an ever-increasing consciousness of the indwelling community of God’s family—the Father, Son, and Spirit—within us. But the Gospel reveals to us that this is possible only through listening to the Word made flesh, Jesus Christ, who through his glorious resurrection sends the Holy Spirit into our hearts to give us through faith, hope, and love this awareness of the Trinity indwelling us. We can better understand and experience, by the Spirit dwelling within us, the most intimate presence of God and how he indwells us, if we see how he unveils to us, by varying degrees, his presence in all his creatures.

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GOD AS CREATOR IS PRESENT IN ALL HIS CREATURES [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

GOD AS CREATOR IS PRESENT IN ALL HIS CREATURES It is a central doctrine of creation as found in Scripture and the Church's teachings that God is near and irnmanently present in all his creatures. He has made and is still in an ongoing process of making this material world and conserving it in being by his immanent presence within each creature. God is everywhere irnmanently working inside as the primary cause and sustainer in being of all his creatures. Although God is completely everywhere in all his creation, he can be more fully present in us human beings than in other creatures. We should have great reverence toward God's creative presence in all creation, but especially toward every human being, including our own individual selves.

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Source: Boston College
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GOD'S PRESENCE TO HIS CHOSEN PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

GOD'S PRESENCE TO HIS CHOSEN PEOPLE Although Adam and Eve enjoyed a greater intimate presence with God than did other creatures, in that God communicated himself to them by walking with them in the coolness of the evening, speaking his word of self-giving love, our proto-parents sinned and broke away from God’s presence. Still God was present as sustaining love to them. They ran away, out of their guilt and fear, as we find dramatically depicted in Gn. 3:8, to escape God's loving presence. Yet God re-established his intimate presence toward the human race by fashioning from among all the nations a covenant people. God chose one man, Abraham, to be the father of his people. Because he believed in God and obeyed him faithfully he was justified, for to such God would again reveal his loving, intimate presence (Gn. 17:2-3). God speaks his Word from the burning bush that is not consumed. Such is the burning love of Yahweh for his children. He becomes a God who is a concerned Father revea...

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Source: Boston College
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GOD IN THE DESERT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

GOD IN THE DESERT As God lived out his promise to be a revealing presence of protective love among his people, he showed himself present in the luminous cloud. No one could look upon God and live (Ex. 33:20). But he longed to be still more present to his people. He covers his Shekinah, his glory, so he can be with them, in the cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night, to guide and protect them (Ex. 12:21-22; 14:19-20). Yet God wished to reveal his loving presence through his Word that he would speak in a concrete place. As long as the Israelites journeyed in the desert, Yahweh promised to "pitch" his tent among them. In that tent of the Tabernacles, God would speak to Moses, "face to face, as a man speaks with his friend" (Ex. 33:11). God dwells in the Ark of the Covenant. But he is more really present in loving action in his little ones: the poor and the humble, the widowed and the orphaned. He who is awesome and absolute in his transcendence is one with the lowly in his tender...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD PRESENT TO HIS PEOPLE IN HIS TEMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

GOD PRESENT TO HIS PEOPLE IN HIS TEMPLE When Solomon built the beautiful Temple in Jerusalem as the focal point of God's loving presence among his people, he promised to communicate with them in a special place and in a special manner. The House of God sanctifies Jerusalem and makes her impregnable to all enemies (Ps. 46:5-6; 48:2-4,9). Happiness in Jewish piety consists in dwelling near the place where God dwells in his Temple (Ps. 84:1-2,4-5,10). God's presence as communicating Word was felt powerfully in that holy dwelling place. All other presences of Yahweh among his people are summarized in this indwelling presence of God in the Temple.

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Source: Boston College
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GOD'S TEMPLE: JESUS CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

GOD'S TEMPLE: JESUS CHRIST For Christians the central point in human history toward which all other preceding events in human history were leading would be reached in the incarnation when God in his burning desire would reveal himself as most intimate and self-emptying in his love for his human children. God speaks his Word definitively in the person, Jesus Christ. "He is the radiant light of God's glory and the perfect copy of his nature, sustaining the universe by his powerful command..." (Heb. 1:3). "Who hears me, hears the Father" is sole authority for all his preaching and teaching. "Who sees me, sees the Father" indicates that God has indeed pitched his tent and now dwells among us human beings (Jn. 14:9). The glory of God's divinity shone through the frailness and lowliness of Jesus' humanity. The glory and power of God in his Word radiated in the teachings and miracles of this man Jesus. God's grace and life flowed through him. He touched people, looked upon them, loved them...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE INDWELLING SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

THE INDWELLING SPIRIT Jesus would be baptized on the cross in the Spirit of God's infinite love. His whole life was a movement under the guidance of the Spirit, but it was leading up to his "hour" when the Spirit of God would guide him into the darkness of his inner depths of consciousness and unconscious. Out of that darkness Jesus would emerge into light, his glorious resurrectional life, raised up to be the Son of his Father because by the Spirit Jesus had accepted the infinite love of the Father for him and had given back that love in the sacrifice of his life on our behalf. Jesus promised that he would ask the Father to send the Spirit of truth (Jn. 15:29) to be with us, in the Church, and dwelling in each Christian to stay with us forever. The Spirit within us would teach us everything and would bring to our consciousness everything that Jesus had said and done (Jn. 14:25-27). In a way it is more scriptural and theological to say that, although Jesus in his humanity is the Way...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE WORKING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

THE WORKING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT If the Holy Spirit is love and the Gift of the Father and the Son, it is proper that he is seen in the New Testament as the one who indwells us since it is he who makes of us Christians a divine dwelling. The Spirit takes possession of our entire being. We are stamped by the "seal of the promised Holy Spirit " (Eph. 1:13). The Spirit regenerates us so we are reborn by him (Jn. 3:3,5). He claims us in the name of the triune community and makes us "God's children and that is what we are" (1 Jn. 3:1). The Spirit is the "pledge of our inheritance" (Eph. 1:14). In the area of spiritual experience he prepares us to be open to receive the Father and the Son.by giving us the graces of faith, hope, and love. This mission of the Spirit means that the Father and the Son wish to penetrate into us firstly as pure love in order the better to penetrate us by their very own persons. At Pentecost, the Spirit descends upon the Christian community to allow Christ and the...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WE BELONG TO CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

WE BELONG TO CHRIST The Spirit dwells within us in order that we can more consciously through the Spirit's gifts of faith, hope, and love realize that we belong to Jesus. "In fact, unless you possessed the Spirit of Christ you would not belong to him" (Rm. 8:9); "...but the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you everything and remind you of all that I have said to you" (Jn. 14:26). Therefore, we see that the essence of the Spirit, who proceeds from the Father and the Son, is to lead us to the loving presence of the Father and Son in their self-emptying love for us. By abandoning ourselves to the guidance of the indwelling Spirit, we can be certain by the Spirit's faith that we are united through him to Jesus the Savior and our heavenly Father, who abide through the Spirit in us as in their own temple. Like Mary, the Mother of Jesus, we too can receive the greeting of the angel Gabriel: "Rejoice, so highly favored. The Lord is with you" (Lk. 1...

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