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Critical Response to Letters on Spiritual Direction: Inspired by Saint John of the Cross By Susan Muto . Scriptural and use of the masters. Only a few references to Scripture were given. References to a number of John’s writings were scattered throughout the book.
Critical Response to Letters on Spiritual Direction: Inspired by Saint John of the Cross By Susan Muto Contribution to my understanding of spiritual direction This book provides an example of how to act as a spiritual director in a one-on-one situation through correspondence.
This book provides an example of how to act as a spiritual director in a one-on-one situation through correspondence. The directee has made progress and is interested in how to proceed in the more advanced or deeper stages of the spiritual journey.
A Companion to the Living Flame of Love. by Susan Annette Muto. Published September 1999 by Liguori Pubns. There's no description for this book yet.
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Dear Master: Letters on Spiritual Direction Inspired by Saint John of the Cross : A Companion to the Living .
Dear Master: Letters on Spiritual Direction Inspired by Saint John of the Cross : A Companion to the Living Flame of Love Paperback. John of the Cross for Today: The Ascent Paperback. It lends to a clearer understanding of St. John's spiritual advice meant for the friars and nuns, but one which can be applicable to the lay or secular population of the Church, as well. Ms. Muto's interpretive insights on this particular work of the saint, enlightens us with a perspective invaluable to today's times. One person found this helpful.
A Dear John letter is a letter written to a man by his wife or romantic partner to inform him their relationship is over because she has found another lover. The man is often a soldier stationed overseas, although the letter may be used in other ways, including being left for him to discover when he returns from work to an emptied house. It is usually sent after time away on holiday.
From the Forward of Spiritual GemsThese letters, written by Huzur Maharaj Baba . Sant Mat - Teachings of the Saints - is not a religion, cult or creed.
From the Forward of Spiritual GemsThese letters, written by Huzur Maharaj Baba Sawan Singh Ji, originally formed part of a bigger book of the same name. The Great Master wrote these letters in response to the questions and queries of his American and European disciples and seekers, so nearly all the questions and doubts that crop up in the minds of seekers after Truth and Reality have been amply dealt with in this volume, which makes it extremely valuable. It does not consist of any rites, rituals, ceremonies, dogmas, priesthood, or church or temple worship.
Dear friend, beyond my book Navigating the Interior Life – Spiritual . Anything by St. Teresa of Avila – particularly The Interior Castle, or St. John of th. .
The top two are must-reads though much of this list should be read by anyone who takes the care of souls seriously. Seeking Spiritual Direction by Fr. Thomas Dubay is a helpful summary of important thoughts about spiritual direction along with a long list of questions and answers that will help any reader better understand common issues dealt with in spiritual direction. John of the Cross.
Dear Master: Letters on Spiritual Direction Inspired by Saint John of Susan Muto John P. Mossi SJ the Cross, a Companion to the Living Flame of Love Exploring Spiritual Direction Alan Jones Elizabeth G. Stout Inner. Stout Inner Compass An Invitation to Ignatian Spirituality Margaret Silf Cathleen O'Meara Murtha DW With an Everlasting Love: Developing an Intimate Relationship with William A. Barry SJ Edwin.
Dear Master is a companion text to, and commentary on, Saint John's celebrated poem, The Living Flame of Love. This commentary is told through an imaginative series of letters between Saint John of the Cross and Dona Ana de Penalosa, the spiritual directee for whom he originally wrote The Living Flame of Love--perhaps his most personal and passionate work. Dona Ana's letters contain questions of spiritual direction no different than ours of today: "Who am I most deeply?" "What is God asking of me?" "Have I the courage to answer His call?"
In his replies, Saint John provides general truths to guide you in your journey toward spiritual enlightenment--such as coping with issues of abandonment, remedies for scruples, what it takes to free the soul for union with God, how to handle inordinate attachments, and dealing with distractions.
Saint John has been a source of inspiration to faith seekers, both religious and lay, for over 400 years. Profound and timeless, the works penned by the Spanish Doctor of the Church contain clear directives as fresh today as when he originally wrote them.
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