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REVERENCE AS A LITURGICAL ATTITUDE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1984

REVERENCE AS A LITURGICAL ATTITUDE Like love of God or of any human being,so worship is not "useful" for anything. It is not that we do something to God,that God "needs" our worship. God loves because He is love. We return His love,not to "receive" something in return,like an answer to our prayers or to gain Heaven,but solely because we see it as the only proper response. We see it as an honor and privilege for us,even as a part of our being who we are. Worship and love go together and serve no other purpose. Although they admit of great degrees of increased consciousness and self-surrender,yet they stand independent of all other motives as the end of everything else which we do in life. Thus reverence embracing worship and love through awe,our sense of individual unworthiness as well as our burning desire to be one with God in loving union with God,is a natural response to our encounter with God. It serves no other purpose and is a part of being human before the Divine. In standing...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A TIME OF CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1984

A TIME OF CHANGE We are living in the Western world in a culture that does not educate us through our language and our forms of etiquette to experience and to express reverence to other human beings. In our spirit of egalitarianism we learn to think that all men and women are equal. Then we become accustom to showing no one,not even ourselves, a proper reverence. We all too often speak of showing respect for minority groups but that can lead us away from having no respect for any individual of that group. We want to approach God more immediately and less and less through material helps that bring us slowly into the hidden presence of God. God can break through to touch us suddenly as He did St. Paul on the road to Damascus. But if we have no longer the capacity to experience transcendent reverence in other individuals, it will be most difficult in prayer and worship to experience reverence toward God and fellow Christians. Yet in spite of what cultural changes we are undergoing at t...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1984
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Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1984

Upcoming retreats of Fr.Maloney: 1. A weekend retreat in St. Philip the Apostle Parish in Bakersfield,Ca. 0ct.19-21; phone: 805-834-7483. 2. A weekend retreat in St. Pius X Parish in Sante Fe Springs,Ca.; phone: 213-863-8734. 3. A four day retreat in Immaculate Conception Seminary,Huntington,Long Island,N.Y.; phone:sl6-678-5800; N0v.26-30. 4. Weekend retreat in San Luis Obispo,Ca.; phone: 805-546-8545. **** **** **** Would you like to make your own retreat on the Song of Songs? Fr.Maloney has just finished preaching such a retreat and now his 13 tapes are available. If you are interested in obtaining any individual tapes,write to Clarence Dionne: 3112 Concord Ave.Alhambra,Ca. 91803. These tapes cost $4.00 each,postage is included. If you wish the entire series of 13 the cost is $4B. 1) The Prologue 2) I Am Black But Beautiful 3) My Beloved Is A Sachet Of Myrrh 4) A Lily Among Thorns 5) Come My Love 6) Catch The Little Foxes 7) I Sought Him But- Did Not Find Him 8) How Beautiful You ...

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Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

INSCAPE No. 7 , 1984: DECEMBER

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: 1984 May the mercies 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 1984 ,0ur thoughts during Advent are centered on God's gratuitous love for us as to give 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 all-powerful Word; into the heart of a doomed land the stern warrior leapt (Wi 18:14-15 It is fitting,...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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INTEGRATION OF THE ANIMA AND ANIMUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

INTEGRATION OF THE ANIMA AND ANIMUS All of us no doubt long to be more holy,more loving,more one within ourselves,with God,with all other human beings and with all of God's creatures. We are like lonely pilgrims searching for the fountain of youth that will destroy the death-gnawing elements within us and around us and give us eternal life. We long to become complete,whole,integrated persons. But are we ready to go deeper into ourselves? Are we not content with the worlds we have created? Do we not fear losing control over those worlds by pushing our consciousness to deeper levels as we actuate the hidden treasures of our unique personhood locked in the dark abysses of our unconscious? Dr. Carl G.Jung saw the need for us to know ourselves and the inner working of our psyches. He spoke in 1959 on a British Broadcasting telecast these words: One thing is sure- a great change of psychological attitude is imminent. That is certain. And why? Because we need more psychology. We need more ...

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MAP OF THE PSYCHE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

MAP OF THE PSYCHE Within our "soul" powers there is consciousness and unconsciousness. Like an iceberg floating placidly on the water,our consciousness is only a fraction of "ourselves" . There is so much below the surface of our habitual consciousness or awareness-levelthat awaits our "awakening" up to what is there and integrating that into consciousness. Carl Jung uses the analogy of an island to describe the gradual unfolding of consciousness into deeper levels. The island gradually emerges out of a dark sea. The higher the top of the island,the greater conscious vision is possible,but the island is still rooted totally in the bottom of the sea. The reason we should have some clear ideas about consciousness is that our level of consciousness affects our personal,spiritual life. Christianity preaches that God is love and that we become totally human and godly by living in greater and greater conscious love for God and neighbor. To the extent that your behavior is unconscious,to t...

Publication Title: Inscape
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THE WORLD OF THE UNCONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

THE WORLD OF THE UNCONSCIOUS Material locked within the unconscious comes forth constantly, both when we are awake and when we sleep and dream. Jung distinguishes between the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious. The first is material that has filtered down into the unconscious from heredity along your personal,blood line or through your conscious experiences of day-by-day living. The collective unconscious ties you to the entire human species. Jung described it:"The collective un- conscious contains the whole spiritual heritage of mankind's evolution ,born anew in the brain structure of every individual"( Collected Works,Vlll;p.lsB). The collective unconscious is given to all of us and does not depend upon our efforts to acquire its content. The contents of the collective unconscious Jung calls archetypes. They are similar to instincts embedded into birds,animals and us human beings that don't have to be learned. But these archetypes are in the psyche and provide us ...

Publication Title: Inscape
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THE ANIMA AND THE ANIMUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

THE ANIMA AND THE ANIMUS One of the most important contributions made by Carl Jung to modern psychology is his teaching about the anima and animus. He gives various definitions or descriptions which makes it difficult to settle on one concrete meaning to the two terms,but this was his way of describing symbols of the unconscious that defy any clear,scientific definition. His basic understanding of the terms is to assign a contrasexual part of the psyche. A biological man would have his feminine complement in his inner anima. Every woman would have an animus. These are images of the opposite sex that all of us human beings carry within us,both as individuals and as members of the species. Nicholas Berdyaev,the Russian philosopher,tries to describe how man and woman are at the same time androgynous(from the Greek words:andros,man or masculine and gynos,woman or feminine). Man is not only a sexual but a bisexual being,combining the masculine and the feminine principle in himself in dif...

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Source: Boston College
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MARY—ARCHETYPE OF THE FEMININE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

MARY —ARCHETYPE OF THE FEMININE We human beings become true Christians and attain our authentic personhood of being made according to God's Image and Likeness,Jesus Christ through our feminine power of contemplation. It is to open ourselves with the totality of our being to stretch in active receptivity toward the Transcendent God. It is to receive the love that God first has for us,in contemplating God as immanently present within,to make a response in total obedience in love. The feminine in us is characmerely by a receptivity,an acceptance,but more,by response, oblation,surrender,gift of self in loving obedience. This is why Mary is the archetypal symbol in Christian traditions of the feminine or anima in every human being. We come alive as Christians, the Church becomes the dynamic,living Body of Christ when we yield to the feminine in us. The womb of Mary powerfully describes to us in the deepest reaches of our unconscious that primeval hunger that God has implanted within all ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAY AS YOU LIVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

PRAY AS YOU LIVE I have often said that we pray as we live and we live as we pray. This is nothing but to comment on how integrated our anima and animus relationships have become. Our animus level of "focused consciousness" may be highly developed. The anima within us,however, the unconscious forces of blind moods,irrational anger,deep rooted fears and anxieties, may be allowed to rise up to destroy human relationships that are to be built up on anima strngths of love and ggntleness. Let me give some examples of our human relationships seen through the development or lack of development of the anima and animus in us. We can easily see how our spiritual~life progress in love of God and neighbor cannot be attained without integrating these two psychic poles within our body,soul and spiritual make-up. A man meets a woman to whom he is powerfully attracted. Through projection he is "infatuated" with her beautiful qualities. She becomes the perfect anima complement as he feels he has now...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
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PRAYER-DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

PRAYER-DEVELOPMENT We can see how our habitual horizontal love-relationships will be duplicated in our prayer relationships with God. If we are more of a doing,logical animus nature than a receptive anima,we may spend most of our prayer-life in a monologue. Our under-developed anima will never allow us to reach a point of emptying our in-centering upon ourselves. God will never violate our freedom. He will stand at our door knocking (Rv 3:2o),but we are sleeping inside. If we have a highly developed anima nature and can spend hours alone in emptying love before God,and do not strive to bring a strong animus response to our relationship with God,we will stunt any further growth in prayer. We will pray unrealistically without any animus response in a self-sacrificing gift of ourselves to work in,with and for God at all times. The question in prayer and in human integration is: how deeply down do you want to let God enter and heal you and make you whole,in a balanced anima-animus human...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 December 1984

TAPES If you are interested in obtaining the following tapes made by Fr. Maloney,write to Clarence Dionne: 3112 Concord Ave.; Alhambra,Ca. 91803. These tapes cost $4.00 each,postage is included. COME ASIDE AND REST A WHILE SERIES 1. to Deeper Prayer 2.lnner Silence 3. The Prayer of the Heart 4. Purity of Heart 5. Prayer as Healing of Brokenness 6.lntegration as Resting in God 7.Return from the Desert to the Market Place RECOMMENDED BOOKS If you wish to deepen the teaching given this month on the anima-animus, you might want to read these following,recommended books on the subject. N.B.Contemplative Ministries does not have these on hand to sell. I.lrene de Castillejo: Knowing Woman (N.Y.: Putnam's 50n5,1973). 2. Barbara Hannah: Striving Towards Wholeness (N.Y.: Putnam's 50n5,1971). 3. Esther Harding: The Way of All Women (N.Y.: D.McKay C0mp.,1933,1961). 4. Emma Jung: Animus and Anima (Zurich: Spring Publications,l974). 5. John A.Sanford: Healing and Wholeness (N.Y.: Paulist Press,l9...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1985

INSCAPE No. 8; 1985: JANUARY

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1985

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: 985 May the mercies of our Lord >. at Jesus Christ,the love of God the Father and the communion of the • • • • i g ‘d Holy Spirit be always with you during this new year of 1985! >- . . o Recently while giving a retreat with the fellow-members 5' £ 0 LU CO of our Contemplative Ministries, a nun became very excited about ?- 3 5 " Ljl !—■• what she was hearing. "After so many years as a Christian, I am be- £■ $ ° CO ginning to see that God calls all of us to experience Him intimately: « g . to m deeper prayer. I never thought I could be a contemplative in an 2 o o active religious order!" How long it takes us to wake up to God's invitation as expressed in Psalm 34:8: "How good Yahweh is-only taste and see!" We must always be on our guard not to seek the delights of God over seeking God alone. But the intimate union to which God gratuitously calls all of us well summarizes the goal of our Christian life. It is an on-going proce...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
TASTE AND SEE HOW SWEET THE LORD IS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1985

TASTE AND SEE HOW SWEET THE LORD IS The last two decades of this present century will continue to witness to a tremendous surge,especially among the young/toward mysticism. It is a thirst for religious experience and the world of the "spirit." M.C.Richards,artisan and poet,in her book, The Crossing Point,expresses this inner hunger: One of the truths of our time is this hunger deep in people all over the planet for coming into relationship with each other. Human consciousness is crossing a threshold as mighty as the one from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. People are hungering and thirsting after experience that feels true to them on the inside,after so much hard work mapping the outer spaces of the physical world. They are gaining courage to ask for what they need:living inter-connections, a sense of individual worth,shared opportunities. Starved for an immediate experience in the deepest reaches of their consciousness,many Westerners are turning on to the Absolute with a frene...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DECLINE OF INNER EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1985

DECLINE OF INNER EXPERIENCE Such stress on the objective knowledge has lessen or completely obliterated any experience of the mystery of our inner life with its experience of God's grace and His redemptive,healing love. The most fascinating,inner world lies within all of us where the Divine Trinity dwells in loving oneness with us and most of us are hardly aware,beyond an intellectual assent given to a truth revealed by God through His Church,of all this inner richness and beauty. In the words of G.M.Hopkins,the poet,"...these things,these things were always there,but for the beholder." If God is love by essence,then He is always seeking by His nature to share His being by communicating His presence. In Christianity God becomes a God-toward-others by communicating Himself through His Word in His Spirit of love. God creates the whole world as good,as a sign of His burning desire to give Himself in faithful communication through His Word. The world at its interior and within each of u...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WHAT IS MYSTICISM? [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 January 1985

WHAT IS MYSTICISM? In all human beings there exists a propensity toward mysticism. We have within ourselves an inner drive toward union with the Supreme Reality. If we call that Reality God,we are saying that all other finite beings must ultimately fail to satisfy our thirst for deeper, more intense interpenetration with God. All of us have enjoyed perhaps moments of ecstatic human love, a gasp of awe at some breath-taking natural beauty, a lifting of ourselves out of our habitual mode of perceiving the real world around us and an entering into a world of seemingly greater simplification while listening to transcendent music. Still,no matter how common the experience of transcendent oneness is among us humans,mysticism is one of the most misunderstood words in our human vocabulary. Young persons on drug "trips" talk about their mystical experiences. Professional people have twenty minutes of TM in the morning and again in the evening to make "contact" with inner forces. For some Chr...

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