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Reflecting on Meditation

Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, continues his reflection from the last podcast about Lectio Divina, which is a practice to slow down and contemplate God's word. Music, "Lectio Divina," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Sept. 10, 2016. Podcast #161.

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Food For Life

Looking to slow down and find a deeper connection? Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, reflects upon and shares some of the movements of Lectio Divina as a way to become more aware of our life. Taste and see the goodness of the Lord through Lectio Divina. Lectio Divina feeds us so we might feed others. Music, "Lectio Divina," by by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Sept. 4, 2016. Podcast #160.

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Depth of Gratitude

What is meditation like when we enter into it? Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, suggests it could be many moments and memories of gratitude. God gives us so much to be thankful for, especially all that surrounds us! Music, "Song of the Three Young Men," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Aug. 7, 2016. Podcast #159.

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Our life is a gift, including our stresses and worries. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to see and seek God 's peace all around us, including beyond our line of sight. Music, "Vedahametam" and "Do Not Fear," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded July 30, 2016. Podcast #158.

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The World Needs Love

Whether we're walking in the woods or in a crowded city, we have the opportunity to smile, to know that we are one. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, shares a reflection about loving our neighbors, even in troubled times. We are loved so that we might love one another. Music, "We Are One Body," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded July 10, 2016. Podcast #157.

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Cross to a New Creation

The cross is glorious! We are new creations because of the outpouring grace of Christ crucified. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to know we are new creations now, and we are invited to know the cross is within our hearts, not over our heads. Music, "May I Never Boast" by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded July 3, 2016. Podcast #156.

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Freedom to Follow

Freedom has set us free, St. Paul tells us. Our path is in the footprints of Jesus, who walked the way of light and peace. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to pause to find healing, a path of light, a path with Jesus. Music, "There Is A Light," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission), and "Walk and Follow Jesus" by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded June 26, 2016. Podcast #155.

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Chosen As One

God has chosen, shaped and formed us. It is the love of God that rises up in us as we long for, experience and remember the love of a mother, father or others close to us. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, walks us through a reflection about gentleness -- called to be one -- called to be chosen. Music, "Here I Am, Lord," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded June 18, 2016. Podcast #154.

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God Dwells Within Us

Take time to create a place where God can dwell in your lives. Take time in silence and reflection. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, welcomes you to invite God into your lives more closely and delight in all creation. Music, "Open My Eyes," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded May 22, 2016. Podcast #153.

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We Are Chosen

We are chosen in profound, yet simple ways by God. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, shares a reflection about being chosen ones. Music, "Because We Are Chosen," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded April 16, 2016 / Published May 7, 2016. Podcast #152.

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