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For College Catholics
95 How to Make a Good Confession

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 13:23


Want to make a good confession…? Whether you haven't been to confession for several years, or whether you go a couple of times a month, you might want to make sure your confession is valid, spiritually effective and pleasing to God. So, here's a quick guide to making a good, productive confession—and the first recommendation is to “Go do it!”. - Here is a link to a simple Examination of Conscience. The text includes an “Act of Contrition” and the “Sacramental Absolution” that the priest should say when absolving you: https://www.mileschristi.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/Blog-013-Examination-of-Conscience-Linked-Text.pdf - Here is a summary on how to make a good confession: https://www.mileschristi.org/how-to-make-a-good-confession/ - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Read other similar Blog Posts here: https://www.mileschristi.org/blog/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

For College Catholics
94 Remembering Benedict XVI

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 15:20


In this episode I present a brief analysis of the late Pope Benedict's legacy, looking at his wisdom, his humility, his love for the Church and the Liturgy, and his childhood example. - For further reading: Encyclical “Spe Salvi” [link];“The Spirit of the Liturgy” book [link]; “The Ratzinger Report” book [link]. “Jesus of Nazareth” [link]; “Jesus, the Apostles and the Early Church” [link]; “Church Fathers” [link]; “St. Paul” [link] - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Catholic Daily Reflections
Saturday of the First Week of Ordinary Time - Discerning the Will of God

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 4:25


As he passed by, he saw Levi, son of Alphaeus, sitting at the customs post. Jesus said to him, “Follow me.” And he got up and followed Jesus. Mark 2:14How do you know the will of God for your life? In his spiritual classic, The Spiritual Exercises, Saint Ignatius of Loyola presented three ways in which we come to know the will of God. (See mycatholic.life/ignatius for more.) The first way is the clearest and most definitive way. It is a time in which the person experiences a “clarity beyond doubting” as a result of a special grace of God. In describing this experience, Saint Ignatius mentions the passage quoted above as an illustration of this experience.There is little said about this call of Levi in the Gospel of Mark, which is also recorded in Matthew's Gospel (Matthew 9:9). Levi, who is also known as Matthew, was going about his occupation of collecting taxes at his customs post. It appears that Jesus spoke only these two simple words to Levi: “Follow me.” As a result of these two words, Levi abandons his former life and becomes a follower of Jesus. Why would Levi do such a thing? What was it that convinced him to follow Jesus? Clearly there was much more than just a two-word invitation from Jesus that convinced him to respond.That which convinced Levi was a special grace of God which produced within his soul a “clarity beyond doubting.” Somehow Levi just knew that God was calling him to abandon his former life and embrace this new life. There was no long discussion, no weighing of the pros and cons, no prolonged thinking about it. Levi just knew, and he responded.Though this form of clarity in life is rare, it's important to be aware of the fact that sometimes God does act this way. This is a great gift when it happens! And though this depth of instant clarity is not always the way God speaks to us, it's important to acknowledge that God does speak to us this way at times.Reflect, today, upon this call of Levi. Ponder this inner certitude he was given in that moment. Try to imagine what he experienced and what others may have thought of his choice to follow Jesus. Be open to this same grace; and if you ever feel as if God speaks to you with such clarity, be ready and willing to respond without hesitation.My dear Lord, thank You for calling us all to follow You without hesitation. Thank You for the joy of being Your disciple. Give me the grace to always know Your will for my life and help me to respond to You with total abandonment and trust. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2023 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

NewbreedCC Sermons
Spiritual Exercise

NewbreedCC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 58:15


Spiritual Health Teaching Series

For College Catholics
93 Interview – New Year with Miles Christi Seminarians

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 26:10


In this Episode I welcome Owen and Andrew, two Miles Christi seminarians, who share their experiences from their high school and college years, and after entering our Religious Community. They also share their recommended New Year's Resolutions, as well as what to do to stay Catholic in college. Tune in to enjoy this relaxed and enjoyable conversation! - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a Priest in Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7, and SE Electronics V7 dynamic microphones, and a ZOOM H6 portable recorder. - Intro music from pond5.com

Inside The Vatican
Pope Francis announces Benedict XVI is “very ill”

Inside The Vatican

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 33:47


In a surprise statement at the end of his public audience on Dec. 28, Pope Francis appealed for “a special prayer” for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI because, he said, “he is very sick.” Just after the audience, Francis went to visit Benedict at his residence in the Vatican. On “Inside the Vatican” this week, veteran Vatican correspondent Gerard O'Connell and host Colleen Dulle give an update on the former pope's health. According to a Vatican spokesman, by the time of the podcast's release, his condition had stabilized somewhat overnight but remained serious. The rest of the podcast looks at three of Pope Francis' Christmas messages: His homily for Christmas Eve Mass in St. Peter's Basilica, his Christmas Day Urbi et Orbi message, and his pre-Christmas address to the Roman Curia. Gerry first gives an inside look at Christmas Eve Mass in St. Peter's Square where, he said, the crowds had nearly returned to their pre-Covid size. Colleen and Gerry unpack the pope's homily, which focused on the image of Jesus' manger and urged those present, including foreign dignitaries, to do “something good” this Christmas. On Christmas Day, the pope used his Urbi et Orbi address to draw attention to places of suffering in the world through the eyes of children. “May the Lord inspire us to offer concrete gestures of solidarity to assist all those who are suffering,” he said. “Tragically, we prefer to heed other counsels, dictated by worldly ways of thinking. Yet who is listening to the voice of the Child?” Finally, in his annual address to the Roman Curia, Pope Francis continued the theme of his addresses in past years, using insights from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola to call those who work in the Vatican's central offices to conversion. Links from the show: Pope Francis asks for special prayer for ‘very ill' Benedict XVI Vatican update: Benedict XVI is ‘lucid and alert,' but condition remains serious Pope Francis: Rediscover the meaning of Christmas in the manger Listen to the cries of the newborn Prince of Peace, pope says on Christmas Pope Francis compares Roman Curia to the Prodigal Son's ‘elder brother' in annual address Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

For College Catholics
92 Christmas - Jesus is Close to You

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 21:34


In this episode I welcome two guests, Orlagh and Anna, both college students, who share their experiences with regard to Christmas. We also talk about what is the true meaning of Christmas, and we share suggestions on how to benefit most from the upcoming Christmas celebrations. Listen and enjoy their beautiful stories! - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 and SE Electronics V7 microphones, together with ZOOM H6 recorder. - Intro music from pond5.com

Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast
ADV #457: Struggles in the Spiritual Life

Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 68:02


Fr. Timothy Gallagher joins us once again to talk about Struggles in the Spiritual Life: Their Nature and Their Remedies. Plus, we have a Rosary Army surprise to share with you! EPISODE 457 SHOWNOTES & LINKS Fr. Timothy Gallagher's Website Fr. Timothy Gallagher's Discerning Hearts (Free App) Book we discussed: Struggles in the Spiritual Life

For College Catholics
91 Q & A – Some Questions About Confession

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 24:00


In this episode I welcome two guests, Leo and Peter, both juniors in college, who share their experiences with the Sacrament of Confession, and ask some questions regarding how to do a good confession, how to avoid routine in going to confession and more! This was recorded on site at their college! - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded on site at Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: SE Electronics V7 and Shure SM58 microphones, together with ZOOM H6 handheld recorder. - Intro music from pond5.com

For College Catholics
90 St. Ignatius of Loyola and the Conversion of Heart

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 17:51


In this episode I talk about the conversion of St. Ignatius of Loyola, together with how he did his confession and penance. I discuss the “acts of the penitent” (contrition, confession, and satisfaction [or reparation]), the acts of the priest (hearing the confession and the sacramental absolution), and I suggest some tips to do a good confession. - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1427 – 1467. - For further reading: Encyclical of John Paul II “Reconciliatio et Paenitentia” on the Sacrament of Confession: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/apost_exhortations/documents/hf_jp-ii_exh_02121984_reconciliatio-et-paenitentia.html ; and John Paul II's Motu Proprio “Misericordia Dei” on some important aspects on the Sacrament of Confession: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/motu_proprio/documents/hf_jp-ii_motu-proprio_20020502_misericordia-dei.html - Biblical quotations: Mark 1:14-15 (“repent and believe in the Gospel”); 2 Cor 4:7 (we carry God's grace in “earthen vessels”); Lk 19:8 (Zacchaeus and his “reparation” for fraud); 1 Jn 1:8 (“we deceive ourselves if we say we have no sin”); Jn 20:22-23 (Christ gives the power to forgive sins to his apostles); Proverbs 24:16 (“a just man falls seven times”). - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

For College Catholics
89 Healing Your Soul Through Sacramental Confession

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 16:40


In this episode I discuss what is the sacrament of confession, and address some of the main objections against having to confess our sins to a man. I explain the difference between “perfect contrition” and “attrition” or “imperfect contrition”, and how the sacrament of confession changes our attrition to contrition. I present the example of St. John Vianney (the Curé d'Ars), which is a really amazing example for priests. - Encyclical of John Paul II “Reconciliatio et Paenitentia” on the Sacrament of Confession: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/apost_exhortations/documents/hf_jp-ii_exh_02121984_reconciliatio-et-paenitentia.html - John Paul II's Motu Proprio “Misericordia Dei” on some important aspects on the Sacrament of Confession: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/motu_proprio/documents/hf_jp-ii_motu-proprio_20020502_misericordia-dei.html - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1420, etc. - Biblical quotations: 2 Cor 4:7 (we carry God's grace in “earthen vessels”); 1 Jn 1:8 (“we deceive ourselves if we say we have no sin”); Jn 20:22-23 (“Receive the Holy Spirit…”); Proverbs 24:16 (“a just man falls seven times”). - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

For College Catholics
88 Interview – Advent, Christmas, and the Sacraments

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 20:00


In this Episode I speak with Bro. Daniel Heffernan about Advent, what it is, and how the Sacraments help us prepare for the coming of our Lord in Christmas. Listen in to share some of the experiences from our past Advents! - Encyclical “Spe Salvi” (“In Hope we are saved”) by Pope Benedict XVI—a must read! https://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20071130_spe-salvi.html - You can buy the Encyclical in book form here: https://www.amazon.com/Saved-Hope-Pope-Benedict-XVI/dp/1586172514 - Longer article about the Season of Advent: https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/resource/55951/the-history-of-advent - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a Priest and Bro. Daniel a Brother in Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 XLR dynamic microphones, and a ZOOM H6 portable recorder. - Intro music from pond5.com

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
PERSEVERANCE AND THE RESURRECTION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES |WEEK 10

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 74:47


Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post PERSEVERANCE AND THE RESURRECTION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES |WEEK 10 appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

For College Catholics
87 Interview - Vocation Story of Fr. Richard Castro, MC

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 20:00


In this Episode Fr. Richard Castro Huergo, a Priest of Miles Christi, shares his vocation story. He also offers great insights on vocational discernment, while sharing some fun anecdotes from his priestly ministry. - Visit the website of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church in Denver: www.stelizabethdenver.org . You can also find them in Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stelizabethdenver/ - Fr. Patrick Wainwright and Fr. Richard Castro Huergo are priests of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center, Michigan, and Denver, CO, via Zencastr. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Keep the Heart
Teachback Tuesday-Reducing Anxiety Through Spiritual Exercises

Keep the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 16:00


Welcome to Teachback Tuesday, where we play the most popular episodes from the previous season. This week's episode, “Reducing Anxiety Through Spiritual Exercises,” is in the top ten most downloaded episodes to date. My battle with anxiety began during my husband's journey through cancer. The anxiety increased to hazardous levels within hours after my Norman's passing, landing me in the emergency room with symptoms that mimicked a heart attack. Anxiety has been well-documented to cause both emotional and physical problems. Is there any good thing that can come from this affliction? Here's one good outcome: people who go through the stressful journey of anxiety often become caring, compassionate resources for others.  I quietly wrestled with this beast for over a year, until the Lord heard my cries and taught me some pivotal truths from His Word. These lessons became exercises for me that I still practice today. I do realize that anxiety doesn't have quick fixes, but there are some practices that we can engage to bring our emotions back out of the danger zone. This episode covers four spiritual exercises that have proven to be helpful in reducing anxiety.  IT'S BACK: Rough Patches: Temporary Marital Tensions Heart Conditions--from the Popular "ICU" Bible Study Series Great Gift Idea: One-of-a-Kind Rose Gold Compact Bible Ponder the Path: 31-Day Bible-Habit-Building Devotional NEW BOOK: Secret Doubts: Working Through Unspoken Unbelief by Tim Zacharias Shop the Mall of Keep the Heart! Follow Keep the Heart on Instagram Like Keep the Heart on Facebook

Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations
Seeking God with Trevor Hudson, Part 2

Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 37:34


SUPPORT THE PODCAST It takes a lot to create our podcast episodes! Please consider a gift to support this vital ministry. We have a few ways to make it easy for you: Use our Donation Page on our Website Donate using our new App Send by mail (Potter's Inn, PO Box 35, Divide, Colorado 80814 - make sure you make note that your gift is for the podcast)   SHOW NOTES Jesus promised, “Seek and you will find!” Today we are continuing the conversation with Trevor Hudson on Seeking God. The conversation takes us over to the deep side of the boat where many fish are swimming. They talk about Dallas Willard, Ignatius of Loyola and the deeper journey to see God in all things! Please join us! ABOUT OUR GUEST Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement for over 40 years. Serving primarily around Johannesburg, he is deeply committed to the work of spiritual formation within local congregational contexts. A significant part of his weekly work presently consists of leading people through the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and offering spiritual direction. Besides his local commitments, Trevor travels widely, preaching and teaching. He lectures at Fuller Seminary, the Renovaré Institute, the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation, and the Jesuit Institute in South Africa. He is the author of 22 books including Discovering Your Spiritual Identity (IVP) and Beyond Loneliness (Upper Room). His most recent book is Seeking God-Finding Another Kind of Life with St. Ignatius and Dallas Willard.   RESOURCES MENTIONED IN PODCAST Episode 10: Discernment: The Journey to Discover God's Will Episode 12: Cultivating Daily Shalom: Using the Daily Examen Dallas Willard    MUSIC USED IN PODCAST Music Break at 22:50: Mellow Celtic Style Acoustic Duet - Envato Elements Music Break at 37:49: Beautiful Choir Requiem – Blue Sky Audio FIND US ON FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM Facebook Soul Care Conversations Group Page Potter's Inn Main FB Page Instagram   CONTACT US podcast@pottersinn.com INTERESTED IN MORE SOUL CARE RESOURCES? Check out our recommended reading, books on spiritual growth, and our soul care blog. Want to experience soul care in person? Learn more about our soul care intensives and retreats.   

For College Catholics
86 Jesus Christ is Always Near You

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 15:26


In this episode, after looking at the example of Cardinal Van Thuan, I share some conclusions of our faith in the substantial presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, as well as the fruits that we will receive from adoring and receiving Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament. - Homily of St. John Paul II on Card. Van Thuan: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/homilies/2002/documents/hf_jp-ii_hom_20020920_esequie-card-van-thuan.html - St. John Paul II's Apostolic Letter “Dominicae Cenae”: https://adoremus.org/2007/12/dominicae-cenae/ - Encyclical “Mysterium Fidei” by Pope St. Paul VI: https://www.vatican.va/content/paul-vi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-vi_enc_03091965_mysterium.html - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1391-1410 - Biblical quotations: Jn 6:51-69 (The Promise to give His body to eat and blood to drink); 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 (St. Paul's teaching on the Eucharist); Mt 26:26-30 (words of the Institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper). Mt 1:23 (Jesus the “Emmanuel”); Jn 6:56 (union with Christ through the Eucharist); - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations
Seeking God with Trevor Hudson

Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:54


SUPPORT THE PODCAST It takes a lot to create our podcast episodes! Please consider a gift to support this vital ministry. We have a few ways to make it easy for you: Use our Donation Page on our Website Donate using our new App Send by mail (Potter's Inn, PO Box 35, Divide, Colorado 80814 - make sure you make note that your gift is for the podcast)   SHOW NOTES Jesus promised, “Seek and you will find!” We are all seeking, but how do we move beyond insight to truly encounter the living God in your life? Join Steve and Trevor as they discuss what a seeking life looks like and how we can join in the adventure. Thank you for joining us in today's conversation!   ABOUT OUR GUEST Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement for over 40 years. Serving primarily around Johannesburg, he is deeply committed to the work of spiritual formation within local congregational contexts. A significant part of his weekly work presently consists of leading people through the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and offering spiritual direction. Besides his local commitments, Trevor travels widely, preaching and teaching. He lectures at Fuller Seminary, the Renovaré Institute, the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation, and the Jesuit Institute in South Africa. He is the author of 22 books including Discovering Your Spiritual Identity (IVP) and Beyond Loneliness (Upper Room). His most recent book is Seeking God-Finding Another Kind of Life with St. Ignatius and Dallas Willard.   RESOURCES MENTIONED IN PODCAST Dallas Willard Episode 12: Cultivating Daily Shalom: Using the Daily Examen   MUSIC USED IN PODCAST Music Break at 22:50: Mellow Celtic Style Acoustic Duet - Envato Elements Music Break at 37:49: Beautiful Choir Requiem – Blue Sky Audio FIND US ON FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM Facebook Soul Care Conversations Group Page Potter's Inn Main FB Page Instagram   CONTACT US podcast@pottersinn.com INTERESTED IN MORE SOUL CARE RESOURCES? Check out our recommended reading, books on spiritual growth, and our soul care blog. Want to experience soul care in person? Learn more about our soul care intensives and retreats.   

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
LIFE OF CHRIST | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 65:31


Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post LIFE OF CHRIST | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

For College Catholics
85 The Eucharist IS Jesus Christ Himself

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 15:23


In this episode I explain one of the most amazing truths of our Faith: that the Eucharist IS the very Jesus Christ Himself, God and Man. The best concept to explain this mystery is that of TRANSUBSTANTIATION. We talk about it and delve into some powerful conclusions! - St. John Paul II's Apostolic Letter “Dominicae Cenae”: https://adoremus.org/2007/12/dominicae-cenae/ - Encyclical “Mysterium Fidei” by Pope St. Paul VI: https://www.vatican.va/content/paul-vi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-vi_enc_03091965_mysterium.html - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1373-1390 - Biblical quotations: Jn 6:51-69 (The Promise to give His body to eat and blood to drink); 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 (St. Paul's teaching on the Eucharist); Mt 26:26-30 (words of the Institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper). - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Connecting 2 Spirit
How To Bestow Blessings And Protection To You And Your Family

Connecting 2 Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 6:37


In this episode, we reveal how to put blessings and protection around yourself, your family, and even your car. This process is simple and takes only a few moments to do.Visit https://connecting2spirit.com/ to find out ways for you of connecting to Spirit, and to contact Susan Norton.

Catholic Women Preach
Beatitude Love with Grace Salceanu

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 8:11


Preaching for All Saints Day, Grace Salceanu offers a reflection on "Beatitude love": "Thank God for the ways that community shows up to love us when we are suffering or simply too small in our vision. Thank God for the communion of saints who are too steeped in God's love to be petty and small. They are blessed, drawing us into the improbable ways of the Beatitudes, urging us to choose in humility the ways of mercy, righteousness, and peace." Grace Salceanu is an educator and campus minister in the Bay Area. Her work has spanned co-directing global education programs in the Philippines and El Salvador, leading retreats, organizing spiritual formation for youth and adults in San Francisco, and teaching theology. She is a director of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/11012022 to learn more about Grace, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

For College Catholics
84 Types and Symbols of The Eucharist

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 18:50


In this episode I share some of the Old Testament “types” or “prefigurations” related to the Holy Eucharist, like the Paschal Lamb, the Manna in the desert, and the Ark of the Covenant. We also look at the miracles of Cana and the Multiplication of the loaves, as well as the words of Christ with which He instituted the Most Blessed Sacrament during the Last Supper. - John Paul II's Apostolic Letter “Dominicae Cenae”: https://adoremus.org/2007/12/dominicae-cenae/ - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1373-1390 - Biblical quotations: Genesis 28:10 (Jacob's Ladder); Exodus 12 (the Paschal Lamb); Exodus 16 (the Manna in the dessert); Exodus 37 (The ark of the Covenant); John 2:1 (Wedding at Cana); John 6 (multiplication of the bread); Jn 6:51 (The Promise to give His body to eat and blood to drink); 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 (St. Paul's teaching on the Eucharist). - Video with a general introduction to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWlSqh3YZ9Y - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
THE CALL OF THE KING | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 6

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 68:51


Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post THE CALL OF THE KING | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 6 appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

For College Catholics
83 The Mass Helps the Souls in Purgatory

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 14:17


What can you do to help the souls of those family members and friends who have died? What is the most powerful sacrifice or prayer we can offer for the souls in Purgatory? In this episode we answer this and some other important questions related to the Holy Mass. - John Paul II's Apostolic Letter “Dominicae Cenae”: https://adoremus.org/2007/12/dominicae-cenae/ - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1362-1372 - Biblical quotations: 2 Maccabees 12:39-46 (Judas Maccabee offers a sacrifice for the sins of those who had died); Hebrews 10:3-12 (the Sacrifice of Christ replaces Old Testament sacrifices). - Words of St. Monica to St. Augustine, can be found in St. Augustine's “Confessions” 9, 11, 27. - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

New Books in Early Modern History
Camilla Russell, "Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 55:36


The Society of Jesus was established in 1540. In the century that followed, thousands sought to become Jesuits and pursue vocations in religious service, teaching, and missions. Drawing on scores of unpublished biographical documents housed at the Roman Jesuit Archive, Camilla Russell illuminates the lives of those who joined the Society, building together a religious and cultural presence that remains influential the world over. Tracing Jesuit life from the Italian provinces to distant missions, Russell sheds new light on the impact and inner workings of the Society. The documentary record reveals a textual network among individual members, inspired by Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The early Jesuits took stock of both quotidian and spiritual experiences in their own records, which reflect a community where the worldly and divine overlapped. Echoing the Society's foundational writings, members believed that each Jesuit's personal strengths and inclinations offered a unique contribution to the whole--an attitude that helps explain the Society's widespread appeal from its first days. Focusing on the Jesuits' own words, Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age (Harvard UP, 2022) offers a new lens on the history of spirituality, identity, and global exchange in the Renaissance. What emerges is a kind of genetic code--a thread connecting the key Jesuit works to the first generations of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus as it exists today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Intellectual History
Camilla Russell, "Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 55:36


The Society of Jesus was established in 1540. In the century that followed, thousands sought to become Jesuits and pursue vocations in religious service, teaching, and missions. Drawing on scores of unpublished biographical documents housed at the Roman Jesuit Archive, Camilla Russell illuminates the lives of those who joined the Society, building together a religious and cultural presence that remains influential the world over. Tracing Jesuit life from the Italian provinces to distant missions, Russell sheds new light on the impact and inner workings of the Society. The documentary record reveals a textual network among individual members, inspired by Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The early Jesuits took stock of both quotidian and spiritual experiences in their own records, which reflect a community where the worldly and divine overlapped. Echoing the Society's foundational writings, members believed that each Jesuit's personal strengths and inclinations offered a unique contribution to the whole--an attitude that helps explain the Society's widespread appeal from its first days. Focusing on the Jesuits' own words, Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age (Harvard UP, 2022) offers a new lens on the history of spirituality, identity, and global exchange in the Renaissance. What emerges is a kind of genetic code--a thread connecting the key Jesuit works to the first generations of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus as it exists today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in History
Camilla Russell, "Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 55:36


The Society of Jesus was established in 1540. In the century that followed, thousands sought to become Jesuits and pursue vocations in religious service, teaching, and missions. Drawing on scores of unpublished biographical documents housed at the Roman Jesuit Archive, Camilla Russell illuminates the lives of those who joined the Society, building together a religious and cultural presence that remains influential the world over. Tracing Jesuit life from the Italian provinces to distant missions, Russell sheds new light on the impact and inner workings of the Society. The documentary record reveals a textual network among individual members, inspired by Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The early Jesuits took stock of both quotidian and spiritual experiences in their own records, which reflect a community where the worldly and divine overlapped. Echoing the Society's foundational writings, members believed that each Jesuit's personal strengths and inclinations offered a unique contribution to the whole--an attitude that helps explain the Society's widespread appeal from its first days. Focusing on the Jesuits' own words, Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age (Harvard UP, 2022) offers a new lens on the history of spirituality, identity, and global exchange in the Renaissance. What emerges is a kind of genetic code--a thread connecting the key Jesuit works to the first generations of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus as it exists today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Camilla Russell, "Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 55:36


The Society of Jesus was established in 1540. In the century that followed, thousands sought to become Jesuits and pursue vocations in religious service, teaching, and missions. Drawing on scores of unpublished biographical documents housed at the Roman Jesuit Archive, Camilla Russell illuminates the lives of those who joined the Society, building together a religious and cultural presence that remains influential the world over. Tracing Jesuit life from the Italian provinces to distant missions, Russell sheds new light on the impact and inner workings of the Society. The documentary record reveals a textual network among individual members, inspired by Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The early Jesuits took stock of both quotidian and spiritual experiences in their own records, which reflect a community where the worldly and divine overlapped. Echoing the Society's foundational writings, members believed that each Jesuit's personal strengths and inclinations offered a unique contribution to the whole--an attitude that helps explain the Society's widespread appeal from its first days. Focusing on the Jesuits' own words, Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age (Harvard UP, 2022) offers a new lens on the history of spirituality, identity, and global exchange in the Renaissance. What emerges is a kind of genetic code--a thread connecting the key Jesuit works to the first generations of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus as it exists today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in European Studies
Camilla Russell, "Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 55:36


The Society of Jesus was established in 1540. In the century that followed, thousands sought to become Jesuits and pursue vocations in religious service, teaching, and missions. Drawing on scores of unpublished biographical documents housed at the Roman Jesuit Archive, Camilla Russell illuminates the lives of those who joined the Society, building together a religious and cultural presence that remains influential the world over. Tracing Jesuit life from the Italian provinces to distant missions, Russell sheds new light on the impact and inner workings of the Society. The documentary record reveals a textual network among individual members, inspired by Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The early Jesuits took stock of both quotidian and spiritual experiences in their own records, which reflect a community where the worldly and divine overlapped. Echoing the Society's foundational writings, members believed that each Jesuit's personal strengths and inclinations offered a unique contribution to the whole--an attitude that helps explain the Society's widespread appeal from its first days. Focusing on the Jesuits' own words, Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age (Harvard UP, 2022) offers a new lens on the history of spirituality, identity, and global exchange in the Renaissance. What emerges is a kind of genetic code--a thread connecting the key Jesuit works to the first generations of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus as it exists today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
GENERAL CONFESSION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 5

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 78:41


Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post GENERAL CONFESSION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 5 appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

Catholic Women Preach
Persistence as Resistant Hope with Sr. Jessica Kerber, ace

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 5:47


Preaching for the Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jessica Kerber, aci, offers a reflection on resistant hope: "It is interesting, then, in our Gospel reading, that when Jesus speaks about the need to be persistent in prayer, he does not pull out the example of Moses, but rather, he turns to the widow: a poor widow who has not actually seen manna falling from heaven, a poor widow who has not witnessed water being poured forth from a rock, and a poor widow who is not watching the Israelite forces defeat the great forces of Amalek's army. She is a poor widow, rather, who desires that justice be done for her…in her daily life, in the smallness of the life. This is the example that Jesus pulls out. Here too we experience - in the daily, in something that relates much more to us and to the people that we know and love – Jesus speaking of this need of continued persistence and resistant hope. For this poor widow must resist three things..." Sister Jessica Kerber is a Handmaid of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, an international congregation of Women Religious with Ignatian Spirituality and a charism of Eucharistic Reparation. As a sister, she completed her philosophy and theology studies at the Jesuit Pontifical University in Madrid, where she also studied about the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and spiritual direction. Sr. Jessica currently coordinates the Ignatian Service Minor at St. Louis University and teaches a course within this program. Her primary role, however, is as formator for her sisters, offering opportunities and accompaniment for the sisters of temporary vows to continue to explore, deepen, and discern their vocation as Handmaids. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/10162022 to learn more about Sr. Jessica, to read her text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

ACU Podcast Network
Memorial of St. Teresa of Avila | Classic ACU

ACU Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


On Saturday, October 15, 2022, the Church celebrates the Memorial of Saint Teresa de Jesus (Avila), Virgin and Doctor of the Church. Anyone that did Spiritual Exercises with Fr. Amando Llorente will know that she was, most certainly, his favorite Saint, excepting the Immaculate Virgin Mary and St. Ignatius of Loyola of course, the two Patron Saints of the ACU. It is the first Classic ACU homily we have released this liturgical year, soon coming to an end, in which Fr. Llorente extends his preaching beyond his own self-imposed 20 minutes. It is wonderful.

For College Catholics
82 How Can Daily Mass Benefit You?

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 15:20


The Eucharist is like a Furnace of Love. The Sacred Heart of Jesus is there, offering Himself for our salvation, worshipping God the Father, praying for us, and giving thanks for so many blessings we receive. When we receive Jesus—this Furnace of Love—in communion, our love is increased, and we receive all the graces necessary to become holy. Today we talk about why it will benefit you to attend mass and receive Communion frequently! - St. John Paul II – Letter to Priests “Dominicae Cenae”, 1990 on the Celebration of the holy Mass: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/letters/1980/documents/hf_jp-ii_let_19800224_dominicae-cenae.html - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1356-1370 - Biblical quotations: Gen 4 (Sacrifice of Cain and Abel); Exodus 12:6 (Old Testament sacrifices); Leviticus 16:1-19; Leviticus 16:20-22; Isaiah 53:5-6 (Prophecy of the Passion of Christ offered for our sins); Hebrews 10:3-12 (the Sacrifice of Christ replaces Old Testament sacrifices); - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org  - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/  - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

For College Catholics
81 You Can Visit Mount Calvary Every Week!

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 15:00


Wouldn't it be great to be able to go to Mount Calvary, in Jerusalem, where our Lord was crucified, and there pray and bring to God all our intentions and concerns? Don't people pay lots of money to go there? Well, we can do that without going so far. Whenever we attend the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, we are as it were, at the foot of the Cross, being present at the very same sacrifice of Christ on the Cross, although offered in an unbloody manner. - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1322-1327 - Biblical quotations: Gen 4 (Sacrifice of Cain and Abel); Exodus 12:6 (Old Testament sacrifices); Leviticus 16:1-19; Leviticus 16:20-22; Isaiah 53:5-6 (Prophecy of the Passion of Christ offered for our sins); Hebrews 10:3-7, 11-14 (the Sacrifice of Christ replaces Old Testament sacrifices); - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Chasing Sunday
Soul Care with Ally Ley & Debbie Swanson

Chasing Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 75:42


Spiritual Directors Ally Ley and Debbie Swanson join the pod to talk about caring for one's soul and being in relationship with a relational God who is for us and with us, living in partnership with God rather than feeling the need to perform for God. More, they invite leaders into a new way of living and serving, one in which they are filled up and give of the over flow, rather than constantly pouring themselves out for others.Ally Ley is a trained Christian spiritual director dedicated to creating space for individuals and groups to encounter God in transformative ways. She leads retreats, teaches, and preaches as well as has her own spiritual direction practice companioning women on the journey of wholeness, particularly female faith leaders and mothers. A graduate of the Christian Spiritual Formation and Soul Care Master's Program at Denver Seminary, Ally delights in walking with women as they examine everything from perfectionism to shame to patriarchy to their leadership to integrating the various parts of one's self and story as they are unleashed more fully into the freedom of their identity as God's beloved daughters. She lives in Parker, Colorado with her husband and two young children. Learn more at www.allyley.com. Debbie Swanson is passionate about accompanying people as they seek to know God more intimately. She is a trained Ignatian spiritual director and supervisor, holding a certificate from the Lanteri Center for Ignatian Spirituality in Denver, Colorado and additional training to direct retreatants through The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. She offers spiritual direction and the use of retreat space through her formation ministry, Vacare Deo. In addition, she teaches Christian Formation and Soul Care at Denver Seminary. She also serves the Denver Seminary Soul Care Initiative  in the praxis ministry. which offers a safe space for Christian leaders to nurture their own personalThe Chasing Sunday Podcast is a production of Torn Curtain Arts and Resonate Media.

Unhurried Living
Finding Life in Seeking God (Trevor Hudson)

Unhurried Living

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 41:54


Today on Unhurried Living Podcast, Trevor Hudson shares wisdom he gained in a long mentoring friendship with Dallas Willard, and long practice in the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. He talks about the reality of how the life of the kingdom of God is a different sort of life. It's a life that meets us even in our places of hardship, weariness, and pain. I think you're going to find a lot of grace in Trevor's insights.   All of this as we find life in seeking God. Connect with Alan at UnhurriedLiving.com

For College Catholics
80 Eucharistic Miracle in Buenos Aires, Argentina

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 18:18


In August 1996, in a Parish Church in Argentina, a Consecrated Host turned partially into the living tissue of a human heart. What does this mean for your Faith? What is Our Lord trying to tell us through these miracles? What should you do in your life to respond to such gifts from Heaven? In this episode we will discuss these questions and more! - If you'd like to watch the presentation by Dr. Castañón Gómez about the miracle in Buenos Aires, you can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Av6teFZNycM   - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1322-1419 - Biblical quotations: John 5:52 and following (“Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood…”); Lk 22:14-20 (Last Supper); Mk 14:22-26; 1Cor 11:23-27. - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

God In All Things
Conforming God to My Unfreedoms

God In All Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 7:41


We sometimes try to conform God to our decisions, rather than the other way around. In his Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius explains how we often make a means an end in itself. We need both internal and external freedom. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/god-in-all-things/support

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post SIN | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES |WEEK 2 appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

For College Catholics
79 Frodo and The Waybread of the Elves

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 14:40


Can bread actually turn into real flesh at the words of a priest? Can wine actually turn into blood? Yes, it can… and it actually did! Today, I share some insights on what are the Eucharistic Miracles, and I speak particularly on the miracle of Lanciano and the miracle of Orvieto. And how St. Thomas Aquinas wrote his famous hymns in honor of the Eucharist.   - Here is a good article on the miracle of Lanciano: Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano (therealpresence.org) - Here is a good article on the miracle of Bolsena-Orvieto: Eucharistic Miracle of Bolsena-Orvieto, Italy (therealpresence.org) ; - Regarding the Hymns written by St. Thomas Aquinas for the Feast of Corpus Christi, they are the following: Adoro te Devote; Lauda Sion Salvatorem (which is the Sequence for today's Mass); Sacris Solemniis (including its sixth stanza, the Panis Angelicus); Pange Lingua Gloriosi (including its last two stanzas, the Tantum Ergo); and Verbum Supernum (including its last two stanzas, the O Salutaris). - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1322-1419 - Biblical quotations: John 5:52 and following (“Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood…”); Lk 22:14-20 (Last Supper); Mk 14:22-26; 1Cor 11:23-27. - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV
PRINCIPLE AND FOUNDATION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 1

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 90:36


Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post PRINCIPLE AND FOUNDATION | SPIRITUAL EXERCISES | WEEK 1 appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

For College Catholics
78 Be a Soldier of Christ!

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 18:26


What does it mean to become a Soldier of Christ? What are the Gifts of the Holy Spirit? In this episode I speak about the spiritual effects of the Sacrament of Confirmation, and how your life will be CHANGED thanks to this amazing Sacrament! - Link to the ENKINDLE conference: https://www.mileschristi.org/event/enkindle/  . For a $20-dollar discount, use the promo code “PODCAST”. You must attend all three days to be eligible for discount. - Here is an article about the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit: https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/the-seven-gifts-of-the-holy-spirit - More info on Confirmation can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1285-1321 - Biblical quotations: Isaiah 11:2-3 (gifts of the Holy Spirit on Christ); Acts 2:1-42 (Coming of the Holy Spirit in Pentecost); Acts 8:14-17 (Holy Spirit comes down over other disciples); 2 Tim 2:3 (“labor as a good Soldier of Christ Jesus”). - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Hermitix
Effort, Grace, and Spiritual Exercises with Simone Kotva

Hermitix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 70:08


Simone Kotva is a Researcher in the faculty of theology at the University of Oslo, in this episode we discuss her book Effort and Grace: On the Spiritual Exercise of Philosophy, alongside discussions on French spiritualism, Henri Bergson, and the intersection of theology, philosophy, and spiritual practice. Kotva's book: https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/effort-and-grace-9781350113640/ --- Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter - https://twitter.com/Hermitixpodcast Support Hermitix: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/hermitix Donations: - https://www.paypal.me/hermitixpod Hermitix Merchandise - http://teespring.com/stores/hermitix-2 Bitcoin Donation Address: 3LAGEKBXEuE2pgc4oubExGTWtrKPuXDDLK Ethereum Donation Address: 0x31e2a4a31B8563B8d238eC086daE9B75a00D9E74

Bishop Robert Barron’s Sermons - Catholic Preaching and Homilies

Friends, at the heart of what St. Ignatius of Loyola teaches in the “Spiritual Exercises” is the idea of detachment. If we are to do the will of God, then we have to become detached from the worldly goods to which we are addicted. A basic principle of this detachment is “agere contra,” which is Latin simply for “to act against.” The idea is simple: if you are attached or addicted to some worldly good, then the best thing is to act against it—to press, aggressively even, in the opposite direction.