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Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1991

SCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY 1. April 5-7: Weekend retreat in Holy Family Parish; Yakima, WA (509)966-0830 2. April 9: Day of Recollection at our Center; Seal Beach, CA 3. April 12-14: White Rock Parish; White Rock, Canada (206,>734-3217 4. April 16-19: Silent retreat at La Casa de Maria; Santa Barbara, CA (805)969-5031 5. May 3-5: Weekend retreat at Breezy Point, NY (718)474-7729 6. May 7: Day of Recollection at our Center; Seal Beach, CA 7. May 9-24: Ignatian pilgrimage to Spain and Italy 8. May 29: Evening of recollection in Convent of St. Mary; Long Beach, CA (213)438-6088 9. May 31-June 3: Workshop on prayer at Chestnut College; Philadelphia, PA AUDIO AND VIDEO TAPES Audio and video tapes on the indwelling Trinity (from the retreat entitled, "The Trinity Lives Within You") are now available as sets: 1. R 282: CAN I EXPERIENCE GOD? 2. R 283: GOD IS A COMMUNITY OF LOVING PERSONS 3. R 284: INVADED BY GOD 4. R 285: JESUS DWELLS IN YOU 5. R 286: YOU ARE A TEMPLE OF THE HOLY SP...

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

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

INSCAPE No. 12: May 1991

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

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, ''" * C * ?,S6 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! As we enter into the beautiful month of May, we readily put aside the dullness of winter's overcast skies or the chest colds that pursued us relentlessly for weeks from within us like some shrewish, demonic spirit, never giving us respite day or night. Spring is sprung and there is promise of new life bursting all around us as we see leaves covering what seemed in winter to be only dead branches, and multi-colored flowers dancing merrily in the warm spring breezes. No matter how old or infirm we may be, spring beckons us to embrace new life and to have it more abundantly. May brings us to the beautiful liturgical celebration of Pentecost with its promise of the Holy Spirit as a mighty cosmic bird flapping its wings over a dying world to bring about anew creation in the risen Jesus. For this reason it seemed t...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CONTROLLING YOUR THOUGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

CONTROLLING YOUR THOUGHTS For most of us Christians who frequent the Rite of Reconciliation, the retelling of our "grocery list" of sins from month to month without much change will include our seif-accusation for entertaining "bad" thoughts, especially against purity or against some individual person. Yet, do we really understand the relationship of our thoughts to our past history and to why we, almost in a pre-conditioning manner, respond by the same words or deeds, moods and attitudes to the appearance in our consciousness of certain thoughts? Are we so highly developed in our spiritual life as to be able to stand "outside" of such thoughts or mental suggestions and observe the various stages of their development into some more sinful response? Most of us accuse ourselves of having such "bad" thoughts, but we never change from confession to confession, since we do not understand the process of thought development or where in that process we become aware of what is happening and ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE INVISIBLE BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

THE INVISIBLE BATTLE The Fathers, therefore, using St. Paul's language, view the spiritual life for all Christians as an invisible battle. This battle has to be waged by ourselves with God's graces through Christ Jesus against invisible enemies. Our whole spiritual welfare now and for all eternity depends on the way we wage this battle against the common enemy of all mankind, the demons. This war is fought both in the body and the soul. But it is especially in the heart or the mind, moved by the will with affectivity toward God, that the battlefield is marked off and where victory or defeat is decided. We find St. Paul writing such "warring" terms as battle , struggle , war, purification, control , and mortification . Christians were gladiators going to do battle and only those who endured to the very end would receive the crown. Pseudo-Macarius translates Paul's doctrine into a teaching that would be not only repeated by all the desert Fathers but that would be the platform by whic...

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

INNER ATTENTION The praxis or the "practical" ascetical life, in which we build up virtues and which is modeled on the human life and teaching of Jesus, embraces also the need of a sober vigilance (;nepsis ) and inner attention (prosochi ) as to control and bring under dominion of Jesus, the risen Lord, all inner thoughts from which may flow either inordinate desires or actions. Such thoughts that we entertain within our minds, called logismoi, can take on a good or bad quality. These are images or sensible phantasms that, when dwelt upon, draw us toward an object existing outside of ourselves. The object need not be evil in itself, but given our fallen nature and the distortion introduced into us through the effects of original sin, we are drawn to it rather than to those things suggested to us under the inspiration of God's grace. The early Fathers were concerned with the psychology of image-temptations in the area of evil thoughts. Such images become evil as we accept them and th...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DEVELOPMENT OF A TEMPTATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

DEVELOPMENT OF A TEMPTATION Climacus teaches five steps that have come down traditionally through most spiritual writers up to modem times: 1. The arising in our mind of a representation, a subject, an image, or a phantasm. 2. The pondering of the image in a "conversation", a turning it about in the mind, a dialogue or a discursive process of rationalizing. 3. Consent given by us to the thought with some feeling of pleasure or power. 4. An enslavement or a binding as this consent is readily given time and again. 5. Finally, we fall so completely under the power of the suggestion that we are no longer free, but are powerfully impelled to carry through at the first sight of the given phantasm. This is called "passion’’. The universal instruction of all spiritual teachers is that great inner diligence and attention must be exercised in the first state of the presentation of the thought to our minds before it takes over and leads to consent. Because of our sinful nature we must be extre...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE EIGHT PASSIONATE THOUGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

THE EIGHT PASSIONATE THOUGHTS Pope Gregory the Great's catalogue, passed down traditionally in the West, lists seven root thoughts that are the beginning of all human sins. It begins with pride as the root of all sins. In the catalogue of the Eastern Fathers, handed down from the writings of Evagrius of the 4th century, there are eight such "passionate thoughts." This list is more existential, starting from the more sensible enticements and moving up to the more intellectual temptations of vainglory and pride. These eight are gluttony, fornication, covetousness, anger, sadness, acedia (ennui or boredom with the struggle for perfection), vainglory, and pride. These eight categories of basic temptations proposed by the Eastern Christian Fathers were not meant to be a definitive listing. They rather represent concrete areas that cut across a human being's existence in his/her body, soul, and spirit relationships. We can be exhorted not only from Scripture but from the early Fathers, wh...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
HELPS FROM MODERN PSYCHOLOGY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

HELPS FROM MODERN PSYCHOLOGY Perhaps we modem Christians might think that the austere asceticism of the Fathers of the early Church, especially with their emphasis on inner attentiveness over every thought, is not very "practical" for us in our more enlightened times. Following Einstein's theory of relativity that everything is an event of energy in a unified field of inter-relationships with effects, even physical, some modern psychologists come very close to the solid teaching of the early Fathers on the necessity not only of inner attention over every thought, but also the need to be detached emotionally from it and the effects that arise from the raw energy stimulated by the thought. The deeply contemplative Christian mystics of the desert taught the necessity of apatheia or the reintegration of one's whole being— senses, emotions, imagination, intellect, and willthrough inner attention and God's grace. It is a tranquillity or peaceful resting that is very dynamic in its seeking...

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

CONCLUSION Thus we can see that any success in our spiritual growth depends on how quickly we can become aware of the process of the birth of an emotion-thought by standing "outside of it" and examining what is the relationship of such a thought to our well-being. The self-image of a Christian well developed in meditation and contemplative prayer will be seen as unique and beautiful in God's love, manifested by Jesus Christ through the mutual Spirit of indwelling love. Such a dynamic Christian will bring under God's will the proper way to act freely according to God's eternal designs and in response to his love, which this very moment is calling for our free choice to respond as a loving child of God. Thus thoughts are neutral in themselves. It is in our awareness of them that we decide to die and rise to anew level of love of God and neighbor or foster greater self-centeredness and the idolatry to one's false ego.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

AUDIO AND VIDEO TAPES In keeping with the liturgical season of Pentecost, we wish to offer you WHY NOT BECOME TOTALLY FIRE?, a seven-conference retreat (which took place lasi month), on audio or video tapes: 1. IS FIRE 2. PURIFYING FIRE 3. GOD WHISPERS HIS GENTLE SPIRIT 4. MERCY ON ME, A SINNER! 5. GOD'S FIERY ENERGIES OF LOVE 6. SEEING BY FAITH 7. BRINGING GOD'S FIRE TO THE WORLD Audio tapes: $25/set (includes mailing costs) Video tapes: $45/set ( " " " ) You might be interested in supplementing this month’s teaching on inner attention and healing with the following audio-tapes: 1. JESUS HEALS 2. HEALING THE DAY'S HURTS 3. AS GOLD IS PURIFIED BY FIRE 4.5027: DISCIPLINE AND HEALING THROUGH LOVE 5. ON ASCETICISM 6. LIVING CONSTANTLY IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD 7. HAVE MERCY ON ME, A SINNER! Each tape is $4, including mailing. Address all orders to June Culver: 850 Coastline Drive; Seal Beach, CA 90740 SCHEDULE OF FR.MALONEY 1. May 3-5: Weekend retreat at St. Edmund’s Church, sponsored bv ...

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INSCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1991

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1991

INSCAPE No. 13: June 1991

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1991

_ , _ , . . CAMuf<I!>cW-l MASS. <W. 1 *A Dear Sisters and Brothers in Chnst: May the peace of our Lord Jesus, the love of God the Father, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be always with you! This month of June is traditionally consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Liturgically we celebrate the feast days of Corpus Christi and the Sacred Heart These holy celebrations should recall to most of us the happy times of our younger years, of Corpus Christi processions and the consecration of the world and ourselves to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I have been thinking of why this devotion to the Sacred Heart has declined in the lives of most Catholics who in earlier years of their lives found this devotion to the heart of Jesus and other practices so enriching for their personal, spiritual life. I would like to share in this teaching my thoughts with you in the hope that we may use this devotion as a prime example of other Christian devotions that we on...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
TRUE DEVOTION:THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1991

TRUE DEVOTION:THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS Many of us who grew up in the Catholic tradition which existed in our parishes and in religious communities before Vatican II felt "at home," and so comfortable that we never questioned the effectiveness of the popular devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. We must always distinguish between the true elements of genuine piety, which will flow out of properly revealed teachings of Christianity, and the actual practice of devotional piety toward such revelation. St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, a Visitandine contemplative at Paray-le-Monial in France in the 17th century, did much through her visions to shape Western devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Her interior vision of the Sacred Heart gives us tangible symbols that we can visualize and associate with our own devotion to the Sacred Heart: The divine Heart was’represented to me as upon a throne of fire and flames. It shed rays on every side, brighter than the sun and transparent as crystal. Th...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A CHANGING CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1991

A CHANGING CULTURE The devotion to the Sacred Heart, as it was practised in our Catholic parishes and religious communities prior to Vatican 11, was expressed in explicit symbols, and succeeded for the most pan to meet the religious needs of Catholics in 19th and 20th century America and Europe because it integrated the affective life of the faithful and their basic culture into the faith life of the universal Church. It was the predominant, accepted, and to some degree most successful way of presenting to Catholics, living in a "ghettoized" Catholicism, the most fundamental truth of God's love for us, so great that he gave us his only begotten Son (Jn. 3:16) as Love poured out on the cross that we might accept God's gift of salvation through Jesus crucified and be forgiven our sins. Without knowing too much about the technical, theological expressions of Christian salvation, devotees of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in those times found fashioned for them metaphors of faith, symbols wh...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF THE SYMBOL OF HEART [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 June 1991

A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF THE SYMBOL OF HEART How can we in the Catholic Church, as we move into the third millennium of Christianity, recapture the essential elements of the traditional devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, while leaving behind the elements that today are more obstacles than helps to true devotion to Jesus, the Lover of mankind, even though they shaped the expression of devotional practices? The first step must be a greater understanding of the scriptural meaning of the symbol of heart and its relationship to the essential revealed truths of God's love for his children through the human-divine person of his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, and his hidden Holy Spirit Because of our "being-in-the-world," we are basically creatures who are not naturally focused upon God at all times in conscious awareness that he is our beginning and our end. We are being pulled in all directions by persons, things, and events that clamor for our attention. We need to have a "focus" in ...

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