Quiet Day resources for continued inspiration and growth
Here you’ll find notes, downloads, and other resources for our Quiet Day series. Scroll down to browse. Not finding what you’re looking for? Please contact Ann Hott.
Seing with the Eyes of the Heart V
Seing with the Eyes of the Heart IV
Seing with the Eyes of the Heart III
Seeing with the Eyes of the Heart
Intimacy With God Schedule
Circle of the Church Year
Reconciliation. Trust II
The Gospels’ accounts of Jesus’ transfiguration offer a window into how we awaken to and grow in spiritual experience and practice.
Download: The Transfiguration:Awakening to Spirituality
This series offers practical insight for the practice of prayer and relationship with God. We’ll distinguish types of prayer and experiences that occur along the various stages of the spiritual journey. As we do, we’ll explore experiences of and progress in prayer that occurs in the prayer closet, both vocal prayer and silent, contemplative prayer; and we’ll consider experiences of and progress in prayer that occurs outside the prayer closet in daily life. In all, we’ll be fostering an enhanced experience of listening for, responding to, and abiding in the inspirations and movements of the Holy Spirit within and without.
Download: Schedule: Progress in Prayer Part I (September 10, 2016)
Who is God? “When you say God, you don’t really mean God. You mean your idea of God, or, to put it another way, you mean God as not-God. I say that because whatever we say about God is more unlike who God is than saying nothing. And so, where do we begin?” (Thomas Keating).
Download: Schedule: Reflections on Contemplative Life & Practice II (July 9, 2016)
In the Christian story Jesus’ crucifixion completed his coming into the world. His resurrection began his ascent to the Father. But where did he go to ascend to the Father? … into the heart of all creation … into the innermost being of humanity … with his victory over death. From there he radiates boundless Love. Explore how we prepare ourselves to receive this infusion of Divine Love moment by moment.
Download: Schedule: Resurrection, Ascension, Pentecost: The Infusion of Divine Love II (May 7, 2016)
Download: The Circle of the Church Year – The Jesus MetaNarrative: Grace Revealed (February 25, 2016)
At Jesus’ baptism the heavens were rent open and a voice filled the air, “You are my son, the beloved, with you I am well pleased.” Immediately Jesus began to confront every obstacle to the experience of this loving, boundless Presence. Lent invites us to follow Jesus all the way into boundless Presence.
CDs and DVDs available soon for purchase
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Download: Addenda: Lent & The Transformation of the Unconscious Part I (February 13, 2016)
Download: Schedule: Lent & The Transformation of the Unconscious Part I (February 13, 2016)
Download: Schedule: Lent & The Transformation of the Unconscious Part II (March 12, 2016)
About This Series
Whether you think of yourself as a mystic, a contemplative, or a beginner on the spiritual journey, Ephesians offers unsurpassed insight. From beginning the life of faith to becoming one with the cosmic Christ, Ephesians invites us and guides us on the journey of journeys. In this new Quiet Day series Father Jim offers reflections on these themes from the Book of Ephesians.
CDs and DVDs for purchase
Ephesians: The Bible’s Spirituality Guidebook Part I, Part II, & Part III are now available for purchase as a CD or DVD ($10 each). Recordings feature Fr. Jim’s reflections from Part I (June 13, 2015), Part II (July 11, 2015), and Part III (August 8, 2015). For purchase, please contact the church office: (480) 948-5560.
Download: Ephesians: The Bible’s Spirituality Guidebook Part I (June 13, 2015)
Download: Ephesians: The Bible’s Spirituality Guidebook Part II (July 11, 2015)
Download: Ephesians: The Bible’s Spirituality Guidebook Part III (August 8, 2015)
Download: Ephesians: The Bible’s Spirituality Guidebook Part IV (September 12, 2015)
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