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Light at the Center

We're called to find light in our lives, to awake to the notion that we're at the center with Jesus. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, reflects on how light fills our days and centers us, potentially through contemplation and meditation. Music, "Hidden in My Silence" and "The Love Of God," by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Nov. 27, 2016. Podcast #167.

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Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, continues his series of reflections about meditation and pondering the Word of God. Music, "Lectio Divina," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Nov. 19, 2016. Podcast #166.

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Recovering Our Unity

There's unity we can find through contemplation. Everything we need is here now. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, shares a reflection about deeply engaging through the practice of contemplation. The world seems to be hopelessly divided until we again hear the word of God. Music, "Sacred Silence" and "We Are One Body," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Oct. 30, 2016. Podcast #165.

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To See God’s Face

Contemplation can help us see God's face, to experience his presence, to hear his voice. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, shares a reflection about the unique ways God speaks to our heart. Music, "Open My Eyes," by John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Oct. 22, 2016. Podcast #164.

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God's presence is always full for us, whether we see it or not. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, offers a reflection about contemplation, which is one way to see God's presence. Music, "Awakening," by  Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded Oct. 9, 2016. Podcast #163.

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Paradise of Prayer

We can listen deeply to life as we let go of things around us. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, continues sharing about Lectio Divina, which is a practice to slow down and contemplate God's word. Music, "Sacred Silence," by  John Michael Talbot (used with permission; more at www.JohnMichaelTalbot.com). Recorded Sept. 24, 2016. Podcast #162.

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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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