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THE IMAGE OF THE FATHER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

THE IMAGE OF THE FATHER Many texts merge Christ's divinity and humanity together by stressing his role as an image of the heavenly Father. In such texts Jesus, both in his divinity and in his humanity, mirrors the Father for us. For St. Paul, Jesus Christ "...is the image of the unseen God and the first-born of all creation..." (Col. 1:15). Jesus confesses to the disciple Ph'lip: "To have seen me is to have seen the Father..." (Jn. 14:9). Jesus is the only way to the Father, because he alone knows the Father and therefore has the power to reveal him to all who accept his testimony. Finally, other texts place Jesus Christ in a cosmic setting. Not only have all things been created in him (Jn. 1:3; Col. 1:16), but he is Lord of the Universe, inside of human evolutive history, directing all things to their fullness. He is the Recapitulator. God "...would bring everything together under Christ, as head, everything in the heavens and everything on earth" (Eph. 1:10). Jesus Christ is the A...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE MYSTERY OF MYSTERIES [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

THE MYSTERY OF MYSTERIES Who can ever present an adequate christology that will express in words the inexpressible Word of God who has become human without losing his divine nature or his eternal personhood as the Son of the Father, the Logos, the second Person of the Trinity? Jesus Christ is a beautiful diamond, shining brilliantly in our darkness and reflecting rays from his heavenly Source, the Father. We take one position and see truth in one single ray: Jesus is God from all eternity. Just then, another ray flashes across the first, not negating but exposing a different facet of the eternal Diamond: Jesus is forever fully human. We need to articulate and define certain doctrines about the objective Jesus Christ. We are not free as Christians grounded in the historical Jesus to make up our own ideas about God's only begotten Son, who became man for us. God has spoken his Word in the Incarnation. The Gospel does give us the historical Jesus as he was experienced by the first comm...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
EXPERIENCING THE REAL JESUS CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

EXPERIENCING THE REAL JESUS CHRIST For the Eastern Churches, with their focus on the mystery of God's transcendence, theology is essentially an "experience." St. Maximus wrote: "Experience is knowledge itself in action which comes from beyond all thought." Such contemplative knowledge by participation that God gives to the humble of heart is true theology called by the Greek Fathers, theognosis. True theology is to enter into communication with the very life of God. It is to participate in God’s inner life which can only be experienced in loving adoration. To become a theologian, as Evagrius of the 4tn century wrote, is to pray and if one prays, one will be a theologian. To write theology means to agree to live this revealed Truth at all cost; and, if one must speak, to try to relate the content, so inexpressible, in a way that objectivization will not obscure the mystery of the living communication and communion between God and the individual human person. God is not above; he is t...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JOHN'S PROLOGUE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

JOHN'S PROLOGUE In the Christmas Liturgies many of the readings, especially on the day of the Nativity, are taken from St. John's Gospel and First Epistle. In his Gospel Prologue John places no emphasis on an abstract objectivization or personification of the word, Logos. The evangelist desires to trace the origin of the glory beheld in Jesus Christ. That origin is the eternally creative activity of God’s Word. We are brought back through the parallelism to the same creative activity of God's Word in the Genesis account of creation. Both accounts begin with the phrase, "In the beginning," indicating the same moment of creation. In Gn. 1:1-4, there is a contrast between the empty solitude shrouded in darkness, and the light that God saw as good which he divided from the darkness. In Jn. 1:3-4, there appears a similar contrast of "nothingness" as opposed to "life," since all things are created through the Word of God which is the "...life (that) was the light of men, a light that shin...

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

DIVTNTZATION We are helpless to heal ourselves or make ourselves whole. Throughout his Gospel, John focuses upon this great, pivotal truth. It is only through Christ, "the Way, the Truth, and the Life" (Jn. 14:6), that we can be restored to our primal dignity which God intended for us when he decreed: "Let us make man in our own image, in the likeness of ourselves" (Gn. 1:26). No one can come to the Father except through the Word incarnate (Jn. 14:6). It is he, Christ Jesus, who gives us the power to be divinized through his Spirit to become children of God. Christmas is our great feast, the celebration of the beginning of our true salvation and healing by which we become real children of God (1 Jn. 3:1) and participators of God's very own nature (2 Pt. 1:4) by grace through his Spirit, released in fullness only when Christ died out of love for each of us. The Incarnation for John is never considered an afterthought of God that attempts to save something of God’s original plan which...

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

INNER AWARENESS We cannot receive salvation from Christ and his Spirit unless we discipline ourselves by an inner attention over the elements within us that tend to hold us in a state of bondage and disintegration. We need, by God's grace, to enter into that critical awareness which the Greek Fathers called, nepsis. This means a "sober vigilance," an inner attentiveness to God's presence and a "passionate indifference," to quote Teilhard de Chardin. It is a mental balance, an internal vigilance and awareness of the movement of God's Spirit, leading us to true discernment of how we should react to any given situation or temptation according to our true dignity as God's loving children. At all times we are to seek only what is pleasing to God. We are to live according to the Logos, the Light tnat brings us into true life. Freedom becomes, ultimately, our choosing always the good according to God's Logos. I would like to conclude this teaching by sharing with you the following poetic m...

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Source: Boston College
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PARADOX OF LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1991

PARADOX OF LOVE Into our broken world you came, Lord Jesus. You embraced our darkness, even though you are pure light. You were bom in a cave and wrapt in flimsy cloth, you who cover the heavens with the sun, moon and stars. You cried for your mother's milk, you who fed the entire world. You needed the warm arms of a mother, you who stretch out to embrace the universe. You submitted to the Law, you who make all laws of nature. You were baptized as a sinner in the Jordan, you who are sinless and all pure. You traveled about preaching to the multitudes, you who are the silent, everlasting Word of God. You touched the lepers, gave sight to the blind, opened the ears of the deaf, because you came to give them abundant life. You, the King of the universe, became like a humble servant You were hungry and thirsty, you who provide food and drink for all. Sinners touched you and were healed of their loneliness. You were called a friend of harlots, you the pure Bridegroom of your Church. You ...

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

AUDIO TAPES The following is a list of audio tapes produced by Fr. Maloney that could well serve you as a supplement to the this month's teaching on the mystery of the Incarnation of the God-Man. If you are interested in purchasing these tapes, order from June Culver; 850 Coastline Drive; Seal Beach, CA 90740. The cost for any individual tape is $4.00, which includes postage and handling. 1. R 257: In the Beginning the Word... 2. R 258: In Him Was Life 3. R 259: The Word Among Us 4. R 260: God So Loved the World... 5. R 264: Life More Abundant 6. R 267: The Way, Truth & Life 7. R 285: Jesus Dwells in You 8. R 128: Logos Mysticism 9. G 120: Living in the Fullness of Christ 10. G 034: The Good News Is Jesus Christ 11 f•t- f ■ t-11-* +■ +• tf* * f 11- f t-+•*l-I***l f•f • tSCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY 1. N0v.30-Dec.s: 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; D...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

* o \<J3C 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! I would like to propose for your consideration the central truth of our Christian faith as the teaching of this month, namely, Jesus Christ Dwells Within You . Jesus Christ dwells' within us Christians through grace received in our Baptism. "We know that he lives in us by the Spirit that he has given us" (1 Jn. 4:24). It is through God’s Word and Sacrament, Jesus Christ, that God most fully reveals himself. We have no way of receiving God's love for us except through receiving the personalized love of Jesus Christ. "As the Father loves me, so I love you" (Jn. 15:9). If God is love in essence, then he is always seeking by his nature to share his being with us by communicating his presence to us. God creates the whole world as good, as a sign of his burning desire to give himself in faithful communication...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JESUS DWELLS WITHIN YOU [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

JESUS DWELLS WITHIN YOU If your faith assures you that God is love and wishes to live most intimately within your very being, then what prevents you from experiencing this reality as a constant state? This reality is the end of the incarnation, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He came among us to make it possible not only that we might become children of God, but that at all times we might live in this continued awareness discovered in each moment of our lives. This is your human dignity: to be called children of God; and you really are such in the process of discovering and surrendering to the uncreated energies of God Trinity living within you and within the context of each human situation or event. God is saying in truth to you, "Here I am; this place is holy. Take off your shoes, your securities, and approach this burning bush to become consumed by the fire of my divine love for you." This is the work of the indwelling Jesus in you. The secret of our continued growth in ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JESUS CHRIST THE REVEALER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

JESUS CHRIST THE REVEALER Jesus Christ bridges the abyss of our inability ever to come to know and experience God as he is in truth and love, as he exists, one nature in three distinct persons. There can be no true knowledge of God or experience of his intimate, self-emptying love for each of us except through Jesus Christ. "Everything has been entrusted to me by my Father; and no one knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him" (Mt. 11:27). Jesus speaks the words of God (Jn. 4:34). He speaks what the Father has taught him (Jn. 8:28). His words are "spirit and life" (Jn. 6:63). Jesus in his humanity is life because he lives in the living Father (Jn. 6:57). He is also light and we are light in him (Eph. 5:8) because he comes from the light that is the Father. "Light from Light, true God from true God," as the Nicene-Constantinople Creed expresses it. What is interior to Christ leads us into the interior of God himself. He and only he could have bec...

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Source: Boston College
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OUR HUMAN DIGNITY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

OUR HUMAN DIGNITY Do you understand the dignity to which you are called? Do you realize, in spite of your brokenness and self-centeredness, how beautiful you are right now in the indwelling love of Jesus, the image of the infinite love of the Father and Spirit? All this dignity is made possible to us through the indwelling Jesus. As the uncreated energies of God touch us in each moment and call us into a more intimate divinization, we really become children of God (1 Jn. 3:1-2). "But to all who did accept him he gave power to become children of God, to all who believe in the name of him who who was bom not out of human stock or urge of the flesh or will of man but of God himself" (Jn. 1:12-13). This is the Good News that the Word made flesh reveals to us in each moment, that the entire Trinity dwells within us in and through Jesus Christ and his Spirit!

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CHRIST THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

CHRIST THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD The Gospel of St. John describes God's Word, who came into our broken world, as both the fullness of all shared life in this world and as the light that battles darkness. All that came to be had life in him and that life was the light of men, a light that shines in the dark, a light that darkness could not overpower. The Word was the true light that enlightens all men (Jn. 1:4,5,9) Jesus often refers to himself as light: "I, the light, have come into the world so that whoever believes in me need not stay in the dark anymore" (Jn. 12:46). When he preached in the synagogue at Nazareth at the beginning of his public ministry, he quoted from Isaiah 61: "He has sent me to bring the good news to the poor, to proclaim liberty to captives, and to the blind new sight, to set the downtrodden free..." (Lk. 4:18). He entered into the inner darkness of those he met on this earth and led them into the light of his healing love. Our Christian faith tells us that by ou...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BEING BIRTHED INTO DIVINE LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

BEING BIRTHED INTO DIVINE LIFE This living Christ is given to you in the fullness of his resurrectional life. In a way he is bom into your consciousness as an embryo that is to grow as you yield to his real presence, as you cooperate with him by putting every thought and act under his guiding light. St. Paul saw his role as a midwife to bring forth the life of Christ in the hearts of his Christians. And this life, he considered, developed as the individual Christian surrendered to the lordship of Christ risen: "...every thought is our prisoner, captured to be brought into obedience to Christ. Once you have given your complete obedience, we are prepared to punish any disobedience" ( 2 Cos. 10:5-6). Jesus Christ is present within you as a light that powerfully dissipates your indwelling darkness. What dark clouds of selfishness cover us from within us and impede us from letting the light of Christ transform us into light! What fears are locked deeply within us! Such fears spawn other ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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A GREATER THAN I [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

A GREATER THAN I Gabriel Marcel, the French philosopher, writes about this existential hope given to us by the Spirit of Jesus risen: "I can be led to recognize that deep down in me there is something other than me, something further within me than I am myself." Inside you, beyond the swirling meaninglessness of the outside world, resides the core or center of your being, Jesus Christ, who brings you into an intimate, loving relationship through the gifts of faith, hope, and love of his Spirit. He is the Center of the world and yet he resides at your center. He is the Alpha and the Omega, "who is, who was, and who is to come, the Almighty" (Rev. 1:8). Jesus stands as light shining in our brokenness and whispers from the depths of our being: "Do not be afraid; it is I, the First and the Last; I am the Living One, I was dead and now I am to live for ever and ever, and I hold the keys of death and of the underworld" (Rev. 1:17-18). If this divine Center is at the core of your being, ho...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A CONTINUED CONVERSION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

A CONTINUED CONVERSION You are called to die to the darkness of self-centeredness in your life, so that in a conversion, that is, an on-going process of continued growth in consciousness that Jesus is your living Lord and Savior, you will be obedient to his word at every moment. His purpose in living within you and acting in oneness with the uncreated energies of the triune God of love is to transfigure you into his glorious light. Jesus in his earthly preaching demanded repentance of his followers . This meant a turnabout in one's total attitude and in the use of one's powers to think, speak, and act only out of transcendent love rather than selfishness. Positively it was to be a turning wholly toward God, the Center of all reality. But such a turning toward God's presence as transfiguring love can be accomplished only if one is ready to turn away from selfishness (sin) and is ready to live by anew orientation toward God as one's true Center. Such anew life is given by the Holy Spi...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRACTICAL RESOLUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 February 1992

PRACTICAL RESOLUTIONS To make this basic teaching of the New Testament and the Church from earliest times to the present more practical, allow me to append some resolutions that will not only summarize this teaching but also guide you to daily practice. 1. Become more and more convinced of this basic truth of the Christian spiritual life, namely, that through the indwelling presence of the Holy Trinity, Jesus, God-man, the risen Lord is present in a special personhood that allows us through sanctifying grace to communicate with him who is the same person, although now in glory as the one portrayed in the Gospel stories. Try frequently throughout the day to recall this life-giving truth and to make it the subject of your meditation and spiritual reading. 2. Develop a spirit of interior recollection based on this divine teaching. Seek to realize throughout the day in your thoughts, words, and actions that Jesus is really present within you, asking you to be his branches as he is the v...

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Source: Boston College
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