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As our Lenten journey continues, Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, asks us to listen, pause and head down from the mountains of our lives realizing that we are God's beloved now. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "The Lord's Mountain," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded March 1, 2015. Podcast #109.

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Rainbows and Roses

As we enter into this Lenten time, there is a heartfelt, eternal covenant that God had made with us. We are embraced by rainbows and roses, even if our days are filled with cold and dark. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Feb. 21, 2015. Podcast #108.

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Plunge Into Lent

Lent begins and we're called to trust the movement of life. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, shares this reflection as we dive into Lent this year.  To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Leave the Past in Ashes," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Feb. 14, 2015. Podcast #107.

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Movement to Follow

The last two podcasts have focused on the movements to listen and to trust. In this reflection, Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, completes this trilogy with the movement to follow. Fr. Dan shares beautiful thoughts and imagery of Thomas Merton on the 100th anniversary of Merton's birth. Merton tells us our path to follow may not be clear and he once prayed he has no idea where he is going. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Vedahametam," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Jan. 31, 2015. Podcast #106.

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Movement to Trust

Trust: when we find someone or something that we have stability with - reliability. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to trust, but with trust built upon listening as described in the previous podcast. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "For God Alone," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Jan. 24, 2015. Podcast #105.

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Movement to Listen

As we move away from Christmas and into the long months of January and February, Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to listen more deeply. Listen for a call. Listen to each other. Listen to Jesus. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Jesus Be Here," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Jan. 18, 2015. Podcast #104.

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Bluejays and Baptism

As streams of living water welcome Jesus into Baptism, Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, reflects on the readings and his own experience helping a bluejay be free. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Streams of Living Water," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Jan. 10, 2015. Podcast #103.

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Blessings for a New Year

Our New Year unfolds and Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, offers a reflection about the clouds, sun and blessings of a clean slate, of a new beginning. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "Song of Three Young Men," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Dec. 30, 2014. Podcast #102.

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Merry Christmas! Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to look for the star within our hearts this holy season as a new song sings with a sense of peace that's given to us right now. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "The Birth of Jesus" and "A Light Will Shine On Us This Day," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Dec. 24, 2014. Podcast #101.

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Light sets us free from darkness. Light becomes brighter on this fourth week of Advent. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, walks us through a reflection about light in life and Advent. To learn more about Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Retreat, visit www.mounti.com. Music, "There Is A Light," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Dec. 20, 2014. Podcast #100.

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