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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

INSCARPE APRIL, 1994

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, 99 BRArn r cy CAMBRIDGE, MA 02138 May the peace of our risen Lord Jesus Christ be always with you! During this month of April we celebrate the freshness of spring and the newness of life that the risen Jesus gives to us as we have learned to die to selfishness in the Lenten days of our lives. Easter ushers us into anew time and anew space. The liturgical season of Lent stressed the condition of the not yet in our lives. The season of Easter highlights our sharing even now in the eternity of the risen Jesus as we surrender to his indwelling presence with the Father and the Holy Spirit. This new time of the risen Christ intersects our old, broken time and becomes a transforming leaven which changes our historical time into salvific time. Our old time is not destroyed and done away with, but it becomes transformed from within the very historicity of our given human situation. It is a gradual consummation of time through the presence of the risen Lor...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DEEPER PRAYER AND THE RISEN JESUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

DEEPER PRAYER AND THE RISEN JESUS The more I preach retreats and missions in parishes around the country, the more I find that God’s people could be divided into two groups. The first, and usually the majority, are those Christians who believe in the great truths revealed by God in Jesus Christ through the Spirit with merely intellectual assent. They have themselves as the center and God as an object outside themselves. They pray to receive “things” from God, but not for the grace to surrender and be obedient to God’s Word. The other group is usually a very small minority. It is that of the Anawim or those “poor in spirit” who daily enter into a world of non-objectivity, of mystery where they meet God by falling down and worshipping him, the Burning Bush. They yield all control and security whereby they might hold God at a distance or at bay. The 14th century anonymous English author of The Cloud of Unknowing gives us an insight on their form of prayer to God: “By love he may be tou...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
EXPERIENCING THE MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

EXPERIENCING THE MYSTERY Anyone who has participated in the Easter services of the Byzantine church understands the radical difference in their approach to the risen Christ compared with that of most Western churches. At midnight the priest, with a candle, the Gospel book, and an icon of the Resurrection, walks through the church in complete darkness past a centrally-located, flower-banked scene of Calvary to go outside the building. Once outside he knocks on the closed door and then sings with joyful triumph: “Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death, and granting life to those in the tomb!” He and the congregation enter into the dark church with lighted candles as they literally shout out the refrain over and over: “Christ is risen! He is truly risen!” In such a communal experience it becomes somewhat easier to believe that Jesus the Light is still among us and through his released Holy Spirit we are being divinized as the Spirit dispels all sin and darkness fr...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A NEW TIME [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

A NEW TIME But the New Testament gives us a different vision of the resurrection in that it cannot be separated from Jesus’ suffering and death, nor from our new life history in the risen Christ. The early Christian believers rejoiced in Christ’s resurrection not only because of the saving power of his death on the cross but also because of his glorious new life which he shares with us through his Holy Spirit. St. Peter writes in his epistle: Blessed be God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who in his great mercy has given us anew birth as his children, by raising Jesus Christ from the dead, so that we have a sure hope and the promise of an inheritance that can never be spoilt or soiled and never fade away, because it is being kept for you in the heavens. (1 Pt. 1:3-4)

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JOY IN OUR SHARING OF CHRIST’S NEW LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

JOY IN OUR SHARING OF CHRIST’S NEW LIFE God has brought Jesus back from the dead “to become the great Shepherd of the sheep by the blood that sealed an eternal covenant...”( Heb. 13:20). Joy is evident everywhere in the New Testament because Jesus has gone forward into a completely new existence, a share in which he has now made available to those who follow him. “I was dead and now I am to live forever and ever, and I hold the keys of death and of the underworld” (Rv. 1:18). The role of Christ's resurrection in our redemption is more clearly stated by St. Paul: “Jesus...was put to death for our sins and raised to life to justify us” (Rm. 4:25). Jesus “died and was raised to life” (2 Cos. 5:15) for us that we might have eternal life, even now; “...and if Christ has not been raised you are still in your sins,” explains Paul in his classic text (1 Cos. 15:17). Paul prays for the experiential knowledge of Jesus risen, a gift from the Holy Spirit far greater than we can comprehend: All ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
KAIROS A NEW TIME OF SALVATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

KAIROS A NEW TIME OF SALVATION The actual occurrence of Jesus' resurrection could not have been witnessed by any human being since it did not take place within historical time ( chronos , in Greek). Jesus is inserted into human history through the resurrection as a new creation, anew beginning which shatters all historical categories and limitations. This new time is the historical reality of Christ's new resurrectional creation that allows us also to live in the eschatological future, the kairos time of eternal salvation, the eternal now. Only those who were open to the presence of Jesus were able to “see" him as risen, to experience his glory and know they were sharing in it. Jesus could not be seen by those who did not believe in him. He was no longer “observable" in human form as he had been before his death. Having experienced this evolution in Jesus through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, his disciples never longed nostalgically for the former times when Jesus had walked am...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE RESURRECTION MYSTERY MAKES CONTEMPLATION POSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

THE RESURRECTION MYSTERY MAKES CONTEMPLATION POSSIBLE The new presence of Jesus risen makes contemplative life possible for us. We are given this message through the various apparitions of Jesus to his early disciples. Mary Magdalen is told, and the early Christian community tells its members: “Do not cling to me as you formerly knew and loved me...Go and find the brethren and there you will discover me in the only way I wish to be present to you” (Cf.: Jn. 20-17). The disciples at Emmaus discovered Jesus in the breaking of the bread and within the Christian community (Lk. 24:15 ff.). The message of the Church is, “Happy are those who have not seen and yet believe” (Jn. 20:29).

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WE CAN SHARE IN CHRIST'S VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

WE CAN SHARE IN CHRIST'S VICTORY Jesus' victory over sin and death manifests itself in us, his members, only as we accept the good news of his victory and allow him, through his Holy Spirit, to forgive our sins and share God's divine life with us. Jesus in his risen humanity is the New Adam, the firstfruit of the new creation, holding out to all of us a rebirth unto new life through his Holy Spirit. “...He saved us, by means of the cleansing water of rebirth and by renewing us with the Holy Spirit which he has so generously poured over us through Jesus Christ our Savior...to become heirs who look forward to inheriting eternal life” (Ti. 3:5-7). You and I can share in the victory of the risen Jesus as contemplate him living within us. We are brought to a knowledge of the Father and Jesus his son by the Holy Spirit. Through this knowledge we are led to eternal life and a share even now in the resurrection of Jesus (Jn. 17:3). This knowledge of God is received through prayer and is exp...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A NOW RESURRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

A NOW RESURRECTION Through the Spirit of the risen Jesus living in you, you are made an heir with Christ, and as you share in his sufferings so you will also share in his glory (Rm. 8:16-17). Perhaps now we can break away from such a narrow view of our resurrection as an objectified moment in this world’s material existence. We can discard the image of resurrection in which the soul repossesses its former material body (as it was at age 33, according to St. Thomas Aquinas) and becomes the informing source of some new, spiritualized person. As you meet the risen Jesus in your “heart” through faith, hope, and love you begin to experience your true self “in Christ Jesus.” In that space of your heart, in the deepest reaches of your consciousness you encounter the risen Jesus in the spaceless space of his healing love. You receive eternal life in your oneness with the risen Lord. This new life in Christ has been yours in Baptism. It grows each time you die to self-centeredness and “put o...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CONTEMPLATING THE INDWELLING PRESENCE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

CONTEMPLATING THE INDWELLING PRESENCE But Jesus 7 indwelling presence at the depths of your heart is what makes it possible for you to be always present to him and him to you. Love grows in an environment of immediacy and total availability. Now God has pitched his tent forever among us and within us through the glorified humanity of Jesus risen. The work of the risen Lord is to release within your heart his Spirit who reveals to you continually that the Trinity of Father, Son, and Spirit dwell within you (1 Cos. 3:16-17). The goal of the contemplative life is to surrender in loving obedience to God's uncreated energies of love and live in God's reality at all times. As you learn to surrender to his resurrectional presence within you, you grow daily into greater transformation and oneness with the Lord Jesus. You move away from the darkness of selfishness as you are flooded from within with the transfiguring light of Christ. Gradually he permeates all your body, soul, and spirit rel...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994
Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 April 1994

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Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

INSCAPE MAY 1994

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

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! The month of May is bursting with the beautiful new life of spring in all of nature. Boys and girls hold hands and kiss. Young men lead their brides to the altar in marriage. The nation celebrates Mother's Day and we Catholics dedicate this month to Mary, the Mother of God and also our Mother. In May we find it easy to contemplate God’s beauties and perfections now exploding forth from what was dormant and hidden from our eyes during the long, somber months of winter. Witnessing the splendor of nature around us inspires us to grow in a deeper, more contemplative form of prayer by which we may "taste and see how sweet the Lord is" (Ps. 34). For this reason I have chosen as the topic of our teaching this month, Prayer in the New Creation. Jesus Christ is the risen Lord who, by his resurrection, is immanently and wonderfully p...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
PRAYER IN THE NEW CREATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

PRAYER IN THE NEW CREATION Every decade or so a particular consciousness develops, seeming to burst on the scene communally. With the aid of communication media we are witnessing this in our modern society. We saw in the 1960’s a frenetic thirst for expanded consciousness of a sort, a defiant rebellion against being labeled a statistic or a number as a dehumanized "cog.” The 70's rolled in with a powerful movement that led the youth to journey inward and eastward. Not only students but middle class businessmen, housewives, and professional women as well as Catholic nuns, priests, and ministers were involved in meditation and "blowing the mind" out of stagnation by TM, Silva Mind Control, hypnosis, process meditation, and transactional analysis. Many in the Catholic Church were also experiencing an expanded consciousness and freedom in the charismatic renewal through the baptism of the Holy Spirit. In the 1990’s we can say that there has been a deep searching for greater immediacy in...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
WHAT IS CONSCIOUSNESS? [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

WHAT IS CONSCIOUSNESS? With so much talk and writing about expanded consciousness and religious oneness with God and the universe, just what is consciousness ? Is it something intellectual that we can acquire by taking a course or a seminar, or will reading a book put us on a higher level of so-called consciousness ? Is it merely a higher state of neuronal or brain functioning? And if so, are there techniques to develop such higher functioning? Or is it an inner light that we focus upon in order to see objects with greater detail, like bi-focals to aid our poor vision? Is it attained by pushing ourselves to greater, reflective awareness as we strive to do all things according to the "Zen” way? Dr. Arthur Diekman defines consciousness as "awareness" rather than the things of which we are aware. 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,...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
IMPORTANCE OF GROWTH IN CONSCIOUSNESS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

IMPORTANCE OF GROWTH IN CONSCIOUSNESS We need to have clear ideas about consciousness because its level in us affects our spiritual life and our personal theology which should be alive and ongoing communication and communion with God and our fellow human beings. True Christianity holds that God is love, and we become totally human and divinized and godly by living in greater and greater conscious love for God and neighbor. To the extent that our behavior is unconscious, to that extent our values are only ideals, abstracted and removed from our real life situations. A low level of conscious awareness as to who you are in relation to God and all his creation prevents you from moving into oneness with them in love. Ultimately, conscious love, the free giving of yourself to another, is the "sacred time," the seventh day of rest, the entrance into the reign of heaven where levels of consciousness continually develop into higher levels of unity in love, along with new awareness of our own...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SACRED TIME [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

SACRED TIME Abraham Heschel in his beautiful book, The Sabbath , gives us valuable insights from Judaism. He shows that Judaism offers to world religions the idea of holiness, shifted from space to time, from the realm of nature and objects to God’s eternal self-giving in his salvific events (Ex. 31:13-15). The time of rest that allows us to interrupt our profane space and scattered labors sweeps us up into God's eternal time and presence. We do not rest from our labors only to recuperate strength, but we enter into God's rest , which is happiness, stillness, completion, peace, and harmony. In this repose there is no strife, no fear, no distrust, but only happiness and eternal life. We cannot enter into God's sacred time unless God leads us into the divine presence (Rm. 8:26-27). It is only through the Spirit of God's love that we are able to penetrate into God's innermost communication and rest in complete communion with him. For it is the Spirit alone who "reaches the depths of ev...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MEETING GOD IN OUR HEART [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 May 1994

MEETING GOD IN OUR HEART The heart , in the language of Scripture and of the Eastern Christian mystics of the desert, is the seat of human life, of all that touches us in the depths of our personality; all our passions, desires, knowledge, and thoughts. It is what we would today call the seat of our awareness in being, the foundation of our consciousness and of levels of the unconscious that in prayer are made conscious under God's love. It is in our heart that we meet God in an I-Thou relationship. But one learns to live more consciously in the presence of God and thus learns to pray always, as St. Paul exhorts the early Christians (Th. 5:17), by turning within through inner attentiveness and an alert consciousness of God’s abiding presence. It demands a strong and effective desire to live in harmony with God's will. Not only should one strongly desire to want to remain in the remembered presence of God, but such a desire must be backed by inner vigilance to uproot any manifestatio...

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