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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1991

AUDIO TAPES Anew set of audio tapes ffom a recent five-day retreat is now available. It consists of thirteen conferences by Fr. Maloney on the theme, HEART SPEAKS TO HEART; A CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY OF THE HEART. If you interested in purchasing these tapes, order ffom June Culver, 850 Coastline Drive; Seal Beach, CA 90740. Cost for the complete set, including postage and handling: $45 1. Heart Failure 2. The Gift of Wonder 3. A Mystical Consciousness 4. What Does Heart Mean? 5. The Silent Heart 6. A Broken Heart 7. A Heart Healed by Divine Love 8. Praying in the Heart 9. Invaded by God: the Heart of Christ 10. Jesus Dwells in You 11. You Are a Temple of the Holy Spirit 12. The Holy Spirit Is the Heart of the Body of Christ 13. A Cosmic Heart t-1-11- +■ t-1- +■ t-1-1-1-1- +• t- +• t- +■ +• +• +• +• t- +■ +• T t-1-11-1-f •1SCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY 1. Sept. 30-Oct. 3: Priests' retreat; Diocese of St. Petersburg, FL 2. OcL 8: Day of Recollection at our Center, Seal Beach, CA 3. Oct. 18-20...

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

INSCAPE non-profit cmg. U. i POSTAGE PAID SUNSET BEACH. CA ! PERMIT No. 1 CoijteiifplatiTC Ministries 850 Coastline Br. Seal Bead?, CA 90740

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

INSCAPE NOVEMBER, 1991

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 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! During this month of November we aie called by the Church in iiturgy and in our own family and personal prayer to reflect on our ultimate vocation and purpose in life: to be holy, to become saints now and ever-increasingly in the life to come. We are brought into loving union with our departed loved ones who still stretch out to us for our healing love in Christ’s powerful intercession. We celebrate also our national holiday of Thanksgiving in this month of November. Each year as we become older, more mellow and reflective, we can more easily see how great is God to us in ail his abundant graces and blessings. We are called not only to be grateful at all times as we remember God’s gifts but also, as St. Paul exhorts us, to pray unceasingly: "Before the world was made, he chose us, chose us in Chnst, to be holy and spotless, ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYER AND OBEDIENCE TO GOD’S WORD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

PRAYER AND OBEDIENCE TO GOD’S WORD No Christian actively involved in a parish community will deny that we are experiencing an exciting time of challenge in the Church. Whether we are single, married, a chaste, celibate religious, or a priest we are being greatly challenged to deepen our awareness of our personal uniqueness through a more immediate and interiorized, experiential relationship with the indwelling Trinity. This is accomplished through the infusion of the Spirit's faith, hope, and love into our hearts, along with our disciplined cooperation to uproot any selfishness from our thoughts, words, and deeds. We must put on the mind of the indwelling Jesus, the Word-made-flesh, risen Son of God, who is always speaking the Word of the Father. We are to recognize and obey that living Word by the power of the Holy Spirit. This means that the Catholic Christian laity must do away with any outdated and non-biblicai notion that they are inferior to the priests or religious and, there...

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IMPORTANCE OF OBEDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

IMPORTANCE OF OBEDIENCE All of us, therefore, are called to be poor and detached from any inordinate possession of nateriai things in selfishness if we are to be blessed and to enter into the Kingdom of God as promised sin the beatitudes. All are called to be chaste in committed, agapic love as we allow Jesus Christ to trans 3rm our sexuality into a passionate love of God with our whole heart, and into a self-sacrificing love of ne hbor as we love our beautiful, healed, and transformed self in the risen Jesus. Therefore, allow me to dwell in this teaching upon the Christian virtue of obedie :e as a summation of true evangelical poverty and chastity and of all other virtues. Obedience is the mo radical demand of all the evangelical imperatives Jesus gives us to fulfill in the Gospels. We touch :hers in obedience to embrace at every moment God's holy will, the fulfillment of true love with od and neighbor. Obedience is an ideal that can never be reduced to laws of a fixed, static natu...

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THE CALL TO ENTER INTO GOD’S KINGDOM [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

THE CALL TO ENTER INTO GOD’S KINGDOM When Jesus preached his saving message to the multitudes, many applauded him and war dto be his followers. When he began to spell out the conditions for having a share in his Kingdom and make known the consummate nature of his demands, however, the crowds thinned out. Even his twelve chosen apostles ran away and disowned him! If anyone wants to be a follower of mine, let him renounce himself and take up his cross and follow me. For anyone who wants to save his life will lose it; but anyone who loses his life for my sake and for the sake of the gospel, will save it. (Mk. 8:34-35) Inasmuch as true Christians would eagerly desire to enter into the kingdom of God and inherit eternal life, they would also attempt to live deeply and prayerfully so as to walk always in the presence of God's love and power. Yet, so many of us falter when Christ begins to exhort us to put to death our false ego by living his way. Meister Eckhart, the 14th century Dominica...

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TRUE LOVE OBEYS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

TRUE LOVE OBEYS True love is always self-emptying in loving service toward the one loved. Obedience to Christ is the index of our love for him and of our loving union with him. While reading the early Fathers of the desert, I have often been impressed by the fact that one work they assigned to all Christians, regardless of their state of life, was to observe in loving obedience the commands of Christ. This assignment and its accomplishment was only possible because such athletes for Christ understood the true nature of love as self-surrender in obedience to Christ. We hear from Christ himself that if we truly love him we will keep his word and his Father will love us and they shall come to us and make their home with us (Jn. 14:23). Keeping Christ’s word, for Christians, should be more than just observance of the ten commandments, or even of all that Jesus taught in the New Testament.

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LISTENING TO THE INDWELLING CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

LISTENING TO THE INDWELLING CHRIST Being true to the Word of God amounts to a state of listening to the indwelling Christ as he, through his Spirit, reveais to you the mind of the Father in each event This is the essence of praying in the heart or contemplative prayer. Then, in order to please the one you love, listening must move to obedience for only in self-surrender is true love discovered and actualized. The end of the incarnation is precisely that God’s divine life may be restored within your inner being by Jesus Christ permeating your spiritual faculties through the divine uncreated energies of love. You should desire hungrily to possess this inner presence of Jesus Christ as you do light, and in a more conscious, unifying way. You should bum within yourself to hear his voice. Your life will be transformed into one of godliness and love for others in the unity of all things in Christ as your passion to surrender and allow God's Word to be done in your life becomes perfect sub...

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DEGREES OF LOVING RESPONSE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

DEGREES OF LOVING RESPONSE For us there should be no greater joy than to seek out and cooperate with the will of the heavenly Father. The secret of a truly happy and successful human life is to be gauged by our seeking, as Jesus always did in his earthly life, to please the heavenly Father in all things, in every thought, word, and deed. It is a basic human understanding that if you love someone, you will "die" to your own wishes and live to please the other. You will wait on the wishes of that person and consider it a joy and a privilege to "do" anything that would bring pleasure and happiness to that person. Such a loving person essentially says to the other: "I cannot be my true self unless I forget myself. My false self must diminish in order to expose and develop my true self in seeking your perfect happiness and joy." Thus, true love of God is not proved by words, no matter how often you may say, "Lord, Lord," but solely by deeds and by observing the actual will of God. "If yo...

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OBEYING THE COMMANDS OF GOD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

OBEYING THE COMMANDS OF GOD In his earthly life Jesus strove always to keep the commandments of the heavenly Father. At times, especially in his dying, Jesus saw the command of the Father as something very demanding. Yet, he responded always out of love: "...not my will, but thine be done" (Lk. 22:42). If we experience a bit of God's love, we will show that degree of our love in return. The first level of generosity and lovegiving consists in our willingness to obey God's voice as we hear it commanding us to do what is essential in order that we might not exalt ourselves over God and break our communication with him. He alone is supreme to command us under justice to obey or lose eternal life. In the life of Christ we see that there were whole areas of decisions and choices that seemed to have been made very spontaneously, sometimes with reflection, sometimes in deep, silent prayer, sometimes with a movement into the heart, there to listen to the Father speak his love for him and ma...

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CREATIVE SUFFERING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

CREATIVE SUFFERING The greatest level of obedience in love and the highest level of human freedom is what I term "creative suffering." The Spirit of love does not indicate any specific demand or wish of the Father, but moves the individual Christian to an ardent response which creates a symbol of personal offering and sacrifice. The costly sacrifice of one’s suffering "enfleshes" this movement of love. It requires a conscious, deliberate movement beyond self, but also an exact fulfillment of the commands and the expressed wishes of the Father. We all have experienced this spontaneous movement in freedom to do something for a friend we dearly love. With no expression on the part of our friend as to what he or she wished, we strove to create a symbol to express our love. The effectiveness of that symbol and the actualization of our hidden love in the "enfleshment" of a concretely expressed, material action lay in the "cost" in terms of personal suffering that we were willing to endure...

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BECOMING OBEDIENT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

BECOMING OBEDIENT Thus, we see that we can never be completely obedient to the will of the Father when we are in a static condition. Jesus had to grow in wisdom and knowledge and grace before God and man (Lk. 2:52). In the same way, you and I are to grow into greater and greater obedience as we become more aware of God's infinite self-giving presence within us at the center of our being through prayer. We begin this long process of growth in loving obedience by first believing that it is the goal of our lives, as imaged in the earthly life of Jesus and in the lives of the great saints. You return love for love and become a sharer in his own divine nature (2 Pt. 1:4). The next step is to begin obeying God in this present moment with the love that you possess for him. Love begets love, and obedience to love engenders it. You cannot seek to love God through creative suffering unless you have learned well how to obey God first in his clear and evident commands. Then you are able to move...

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Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

SCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY 1. Nov. 4-13: Bethany House; Gorze, FRANCE 2. Nov. 16-18: Weekend retreat at St. Clement's Parish; Dearborn, MI 3. Nov. 19: Day of Renewal at our Center; Seal Beach, CA [Note: this is the 3rd Tuesday of Nov., not the usual 2nd Tuesday of the month] 4. Nov. 30-Dec. 5: Weekend for Agape; Breezy Point, NY (718)474-7729 [Nov. 30-Dec. 1] Mission in St. Thomas More Parish; Breezy Point, NY [Dec. 2-5] Priests’ day of reconciliation for Diocese of Camden, NJ (609)678-5400 [Dec. 4] 5. Dec. 7-12: Mission in St. Peter's Parish; The Dalles, OR (503)296-2026 6. Dec. 17: Day of Renewal at our Center; Seal Beach, CA [Note: this is the 3rd Tuesday of Dec., not the usual 2nd Tuesday of the month] f' f•t-+•f■+■ +• t- f- v 11- vf•Vf■Vvvf■f•f•t-+• f ■ f ■ t f' f ■ t- f ■ f • tAUDIOTAPES The following audiotapes are offered to you to supplement this month's teaching on prayer and obedience. If you are interested in purchasing these tapes, order from June Culver at 850 Coastline D...

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INSCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1991

INSCAPE CoptcnjplatiTC Ministries 850 Coastline Dr. Seal Bead?, CA 90740 sou-profit ml. u-imuflc PAID SUNSET BEACH, CA PERMIT N& 1

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

INSCAPE December, 1991

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 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! As we enter into the last month of this year of 1991, our thoughts during Advent are centered on God's gratuitous love for us by which he gives us his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ (Jn. 3:16). Out of our own inner darkness and the heavy gloom of despair that is covering our contemporary planet Earth we cry out for a Savior, a God who can heal us and bring us new life. How beautifully the Book of Wisdom fashions for us a prayer that God will again send into our troubled world his saving Word or, better, that we will want to surrender to the Word already present as light within our darkness: When peaceful silence lay over all, and night had run the half of her swift course, down from the heavens, from the royal throne, leapt your allpowerful Word; into the heart of a doomed land the stem warrior leapt (Wi. 18:14-15) 1 have,...

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THE MYSTERY OF THE INCARNATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

THE MYSTERY OF THE INCARNATION In his novel, Journey to the East , Herman Hesse describes a group of pilgrims on a mythical journey. Leo, the central figure, is a loving, attentive presence to the others in the group. He performs all the lowliest chores and buoys up their spirits by his laughter and song. As long as Leo is with them, all goes well. But then Leo suddenly disappears and the group falls apart, abandoning the journey. The narrator of the story, after several years of traveling, comes upon Leo and is brought to the monastery of the Order that sponsored the journey. Inside he discovers that Leo is the Superior of the Order. He had been the Superior all the time on that journey but his real leadership was in his humble role as servant By the quality of his inner being, shown in his presence toward each person on the journey, Leo called others into being. His presence was an activating force toward others. God is ever present as a serving Word spoken throughout our history ...

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APPROACHES TO THE WORD MADE FLESH [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

APPROACHES TO THE WORD MADE FLESH New Testament writers dealt with the subject of God's Word in Jesus Christ in several different ways. Some texts reveal the human Jesus who lived and died as any other human being, but then firmly acknowledge that "God has made this Jesus whom you crucified both Lord and Christ" (Ac. 2:36), and that this Jesus "was proclaimed Son of God in all his power through his resurrection from the dead" (Rm. 1:4). Other texts emphasize God's unique salvific presence in and through Jesus Christ: "...God in Christ was reconciling the world to himself..." (2 Cos. 5:19); "...we were reconciled to God by the death of his 50n..." (Rm. 5:10). By his sufferings and death Jesus Christ has become the Word of God, fully alive and active, and through his accomplishments God grants us salvation. Still other scriptural texts show the Son of God as pre-existent. Like Hermes in Greek mythology, God’s eternal Word enters into humanity by taking on flesh. "In the beginning was ...

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