Action and Contemplation: Beginning to Pray Blog

The greatest mystics never saw a tension between apostolic service and contemplative prayer -- for them, it would be impossible to have one without the other. How is it that these prayerful people did more than those who feel they are too busy for prayer?

Night is the necessary cosmic expression of St. John of the Cross’s mystical world-view.

Elijah got up, ate and drank, and the food gave him enough strength to walk forty days to Sinai, the holy mountain. (1 Kings 19:8)

Consuming Fire

O Consuming Fire, Spirit of Love, descend into my soul and make all in me as an incarnation of the Word, that I may be to him a super-added humanity wherein he renews his mystery Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity  

The Marie du jour – May 3

Avila, Incarnation, Jan. 19, 1572 St. Teresa's vision of our Lady in the choir of the Incarnation 1. On the eve of the feast of St. Sebastian, the first year in which I was prioress at the Incarnation, at the beginning of the Salve Regina, I saw the Mother of God descend with a great... Continue Reading →

Follow the Lamb

These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb. (Revelation 14:4)

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