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A CHRISTIAN UNDERSTANDING OF DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

A CHRISTIAN UNDERSTANDING OF DEATH As Christians we must reject the literal, Platonistic interpretation of death, and even the imagery given in some of the biblical writings that would seemingly separate our bodies from our souls, as though two constitutive parts of us were physically wrenched from their unity into a separation that would last until the final resurrection day. By turning to a more holistic view of the human person in the Bible, we can offset this gross literalness and understand the paradox that death is resurrection. In Scripture, especially in the writings of St. Paul, we see that the human person is made up of various relationships to the world and to God. Paul calls the human person soma in his understanding of a whole person as a psycho-physical unity, a personality turned toward the created world around it. The pneuma , or spirit, is the total person in one's unique personality which is made manifest through a loving relationship with God. We relate to the cos...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ACCEPTING DEATH ACTIVELY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

ACCEPTING DEATH ACTIVELY We have little control over the many elements of death that happen to us in a passive way, such as the slow deterioration of our physical strength, etc. But our death also holds out the possibility of an "active" element. This is where our human decision enters into our death process. It concerns our attitude of how we accept our "fate" of dying and move to anew level of selfsurrendering love toward God and other persons. We can see how this element is very much determined by our earthly acts of accepting "death-dealing" situations and transforming them into "life-giving" opportunities of love. Rahner writes: "Here he does not carry something imposed on him, but what he chooses himself. That is to say: in the deed of the dying existence, man is necessarily free in his attitude toward death. Although he has to die, he is asked how he wishes to do iL Inasmuch as man freely takes upon himself this existence tending toward the end, he also freely accepts the mov...

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

THE DEATH OF JESUS Jesus not only taught us to be attentive and repent of our false ways of viewing reality, especially in our own holding on to our untrue self, but he lived out this alertness to death-new life as circumstances brought him into conflict and temptations to live for his own self-interests or to live in loving surrender to his heavenly Father. The magnificent obsession in his earthly life was centered around doing only his Father's will. It was in his "heart", the deepest reaches of his consciousness, the depths of his being, the core at his center that he contemphted his Father who loved him and begot him in his humanity according to his own image. As Jesus let go of his life in loving submission and total self-giving to the Father, he grew in the consciousness of which he spoke in his prayer to the Father (Jn. 17:21-23). His whole life at each moment was a preparation for his final death. In ever-growing freedom he made each choice to please the Father with his life...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LOVE IS AN EMPTYING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

LOVE IS AN EMPTYING It is in Jesus’ final death on the cross that we begin to understand something of the dialectic of death-resurrection. As we prayerfully encounter Jesus, not only in his historical act of suffering and dying on the hill outside Jerusalem, but also in his ever-present kairos moment of now in which he is continually made present to us in faith dying freely out of love for us, we open up to the possibility of sharing in his death-resurrection. Jesus was not a victim caught in an inescapable fate. He was becoming free as he took his life and offered it freely to be disposed of according to the wish and good pleasure of his Father. He actively surrendered his life out of love on our behalf in order to image as healing love his eternal Father's infinite love for all of us (Jn. 10:17). On the cross, Jesus was passing from his human potential for fully expressed love as he freely surrendered his life to the Father m our behalf. Actively he gathered up every loving moment...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE PASS-OVER [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

THE PASS-OVER Jesus, dying on the cross for love of us human beings, passes over into his new, resurrectional existence not after three days but immediately as he dies completely to his earthly existence. Death is Resurrection! When love reaches its peak, it moves immediately from death to aloneness in order to enter into anew union with the one loved. His sufferings and death were intimately linked with his exaltation (Mk. 10:36-40). This is certainly St. Luke's understanding of the sufferings, death, and resurrection of Christ when he presents the risen Lord instructing the two disciples on the road to Emmaus: "You foolish men! So slow to believe the full message of the prophets! Was it not ordained that the Christ should suffer and so enter into his glory?” (Lk. 24:25).

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
IMMORTALITY SHARED EVEN NOW [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

IMMORTALITY SHARED EVEN NOW The risen Jesus even now shares with us his glory and power that subject sin and death and all other powers of darkness to his dominion. We should refuse to be concerned with the wrong questions of when, where, how we will die and what our resurrected bodies will look like. Rather, we should continually seek to answer the following by our new lives in the risen Lord: How can I live this moment in the death-resurrection of Jesus? How can I be led from fear and anxiety to being a true child of God, freed from my selfishness, death, and the false values of the world around me so as to live in the freedom of the risen people of God? Jesus, Victor over death, conquers our hearts and inspire i us to surrender to him as Lord of our lives. He becomes the inner force that guides us in all our thoughts, words, and actions. Freedom is the progressive surrender in love to him so that in each moment he is our Lord. We can even now share in his immortal life which brin...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LIVING THE PASCHAL VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

LIVING THE PASCHAL VICTORY Christians, who have begun to experience in their lives the dialectic of death-resurrection that Jesus risen and living within them makes possible, go forth to witness to a materialistic world that God through Jesus Christ has entered into death and has conquered it in Christ's humanity. Such Christians have put on Christ. They live in and with Christ. Hence, Christ’s power in them is overcoming any corruption of God's immortal life within them. We are to reckon ourselves to be already dead, dead unto sin but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord (Rm. 6:11). We are moving mome it by moment into greater integration and fulfillment of the powers God planted ia our nature when he created us and bestowed upon us in Baptism the seed of his very own divine life. We are freed from the fear of final death. Our resurrection is already a reality as we witness by every word and gesture that Jesus Christ is risen and dies no more (Rm. 6:9-10). "Let your thought...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
TODAY: THE FIRST DAY OF ETERNTTY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

TODAY: THE FIRST DAY OF ETERNTTY To let go and live in the mystery of love is to touch the wounds of the risen Lord and know that God is raising his Son to new power and glory. The miracle of the resurrection is happening at every moment of our daily life as we are open to God's Word speaking in his creative act of raising us up to new levels of sharing in his resurrectional, transforming love. Today is always becoming anew beginning, the first day of eternity, and it is happening as we live death-resurrection in this present, now moment. We can interpret the beautiful words, "as long as we love one another God will live in us and his love will be complete in us" (1 Jn 4*12), to mean: "as long as we love one another, Christ is more completely being risen in power and glory." We will stretch out in hope for the fullness of Christ's coming in glory as we open up to the miracle of Christ's living, resurrectional presence in the concrete details of life's banality, monotony, brokenness,...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992
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Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

AUDIO TAPES To supplement this teaching on the theme of Death is Resurrection , you may want to consider purchasing some or all of the audio tapes by Fr. Maloney listed below. Please order from June Culver: 850 Coastline Drive; Seal Beach, CA 90740. Tne cost for any individual tape is $4.00, which includes postage and handling. 1. R 032: Cross & Resurrection: Death to Life 2. R 036: The Spirit of the Risen Jesus 3. R 037: Resurrection & Eucharist 4. R 038: Resurrection Now! 5. R 141: Death Is Growth 6. R 142: Do I Fear Death? 7. R 147: An Evolving Heaven 8. G 066: Jesus-The Resurrection and the Life 9. G 067: Resurrection: A New Time and a New Space 10. R 044: The Risen Jesus V t-1 f • t-1-1 t-1-1-11- *t V * t-tl-tl-Itl-1-1-*l-1-1-1• SCHEDULE OF FR. MALONEY 1. March 29-April 2: Mission in St. Peter's Cathedral; Rockford, IL (815)965-2765 2. April 5-11: Silent retreat for the Sisters of St. Joseph; Wichita, KS (316)722-8783 3. April 14: Day of Renewal at our C...

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Source: Boston College
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INSCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1992

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

INSCAPE MAY,1992

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

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! This month surely must conjure up for you a time of Mother Nature bursting forth with an abundance of new life in so many varied forms of beautiful colored flowers,leaf-covered trees that even last month seemed like dying skeletons, a brighter sun and warmer days and nights. It gives to us a snappier jaunt to our walk, a song on our lips,smiles everywhere,even real joy for winter is over and new life is held out to us everywhere we look. For Catholics May is a very special time that brings us the joy of the paschal victory of Jesus Christ in which we also share in our earthly journey toward our future,eternal life. We also dedicate the month of May in special ways to Mary,our heavenly Mother. For this reason I have chosen the topic:HOLY MARY,

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FULL OF JOY! [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

FULL OF JOY! In this teaching let us contemplate how Mary in her earthly life progressed in greater holiness and thus in proportion to her union with Jesus she also learned progressively to rejoice always and be filled more with joy. As she learned to die to her own self-centeredness in order to surrender completely to say her fiat in loving obedience to the heavenly Father through Jesus and the overshadowing Holy Spirit,so she increased in authentic joy. We are called by God also as Mary was to become holy as God is holy and to rejoice always when we find our true fulfillment in life by seeking to love God with our whole heart in each event of our daily living and to be transformed by God's grace to be that unique manifested presence of God's beauty on this earth. May she not only intercede for us to grow in holiness as she did,but also to grow in great joy as she teaches us through her example how to rejoice always by making God Trinity the center of all our thoughts,words and dee...

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Source: Boston College
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HOLY MARY:FULL OF JOY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

HOLY MARY:FULL OF JOY Jesus is the image of the Father and according to this image we have all been created (On 1:26). Yet hod's holiness in Jesus is still too awesome. He is still God and he rejoices always in the eternal joy that exists forever between the Father anc the Son in the Holy Spirit. God gives us human beings a human sign, an image or archetype that has come into existence as a human person bom as we, totally human,not divine by nature as Jesus . Mary is the image and sign of what God has destined us human beings to become in Christ Jesus. At the beginning of his restoration of the -human race to its original grandeur and dignity that Adam and Eve had lost by sin,God raised up Mary as the sign of perfect human holiness to which we are all called in Jesus Christ. Yet she,like us,was in need of the redeeming grace of the only Mediator,Jesus Christ, "...because she belongs to the offspring of Adam,she is one with all human beings in their need for salvation" as Vatican Cou...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JOY AND HOLINESS: A GROWTH PROCESS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

JOY AND HOLINESS: A GROWTH PROCESS Mary's life illustrates for us that we can never separate her joy or our own joy from her continuous,and thereby our own,growth in holiness. She is a model for our growth in joy and holiness as always inter-related. For her holiness and her joy consist in a process of discovering that God's love has truly surrounded and completely penetrated her. She had to push her consciousness, always by the power of the Holy Spirit,to new levels of awareness that God was her Allness and she was mere emptiness without God. She was being filled by God's continued gift of love. In her poverty and humility,Mary gradually grew in surrendering adoration that was actualized by her fidelity to do at all times God's holy will in her regard. She was filled with the holy fear and reverence for Yahweh's awesome presence. Yet she knew his sweetness as the source of her abounding joy. Not only the holiness of the Old Testament was known to Mary in her prayerful study of God'...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CHARACTERISTICS OF MARY'S JOYFUL HOLINESS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

CHARACTERISTICS OF MARY'S JOYFUL HOLINESS By reflecting on the picture we find of Mary in Scripture and guided by tradition, especially in popular and liturgical piety,we can draw out some of the appealing elements of Mary's joy and holiness. One characteristic of Mary's holiness is summed up in the simple word: contentment. Contentment is the opposite of a physical,psychical and spiritual nervousness. Such restless nervousness usually flows from a faulty relaitonship between ourselves and God. Mary enjoyed from earliest childhood a contentment that was a result of the Holy Spirit's gifts of deep,abiding faith,trust and love toward God. She knew she was guided in all events of her life by the powerful hands of a loving God-Father. She was moved by the Spirit to experience God as Abba,Father (Rm 8:16;Ga 4:6). She was content with each moment for her heavenly Father was continually manifesting himself in the present "now." Before her divine Son had preached about the loving care of th...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FILLED WITH JOY IN ALL THINGS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

FILLED WITH JOY IN ALL THINGS Mary learned to trust in Yahweh and to live in his joy and peace. "Commit your fate to Yahweh,trust in him and he will act" (Ps 37:3-5). She was filled with joy and for all things she gave thanks to God (1 Th 5:18). She was the happiest of all human beings for her strength was completely in God her Savior. She felt his sustaining power upholding her in her poverty as the eagle's pinions hold up the weak eaglet that seeks to fly only under the supporting strength of the mother eagle (Dt 32:11). Mary's joy was not dependent upon the circumstances in which she found herself. Whether she was seeking in distress her lost son in Jerusalem or scorned by those who mocked her crucified Son on Calvary,Mary remained always "content", always filled with a deep,abiding joy because her strength was in her God. Happiness can be a fleeting thing,often depending on many ephemeral factors. We do not need to feel happy to be content,but no one,including Mary ,was ever con...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE FATHER IS ALWAYS WORKING IN EACH EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

THE FATHER IS ALWAYS WORKING IN EACH EVENT Her contentment was built upon her faith vision of God working in all events of her life. "My Father is at work until now,so lam at work" (Jn 5:17). This developed in her a profound trusting hope. Hope recognizes in Mary her own weakness. It places all her strength in God's goodness and holiness. Hope in God for Mary produced a reference that allowed God perfect freedom to do with his servant Mary whatever he wanted. Mary's hope makes her wait for God's richness to be poured into her emptiness whenever and wherever he wishes. God is all and Mary knows that alone she is nothincr. But her poverty before God is her true riches, "...for he has looked upon his handmaid's lowliness;...The Mighty One has done great things for me...He has shown might: with his arm ...but lifted up the lowly. The hungry he has filled with good things" (Lk 1:48-53). Mary was content and filled with joy at all times because in her littleness,in her truthful stance bef...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MARY MOST HUMAN [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1992

MARY MOST HUMAN As we have already pointed out,Mary evolved into holiness through the human situations in which she discovered the providential love of the heavenly Father working. We are left with no details of her childhood or her growth up to the Annunciation. We can only imagine what she must have experienced as she found herself falling in love with young Joseph. His strong body,supple,yet tender,gave to her a "holy" revelation of God unobtainable in any other way. She found God's love in his pure love and selfsacrifice for her. We too are to grow in sanctity and increased joy in human relationships since God is always perfecting his love for us when we love one another (1 Jn 4:12). Mary opened herself to the inner beauty of God's loving presence in her love toward each person to whom she related. She came alive and discovered God inside each human encounter. Her faith made her joyfully alive and discovered God in each person as she found him within herself always working as sh...

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