Practicing The Presence of God

St Teresa of Avila tells us: “Mental prayer in my opinion is nothing else than an intimate sharing between friends.

“What then can arouse us from this wretched sluggishness, if not the practice of mental prayer?  Little by little mental prayer, well made,  will penetrate us deeply with the things of God.  It will keep the supernatural always present to our mind.” (Vitalis Lehodey OCR)

And what else do you search for outside, when within yourself you possess your riches, delights, satisfactions, fullness, and kingdom – your Beloved whom you desire and seek? God is nearer to us than the air we breathe and He was ‘waiting’ there before you took your first breath.

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The Guided Meditation Journal

Catholic Journal Meditation & Mental Prayer

The Catholic Journal Meditation & Mental Prayer guides you through the spiritual journey along the well worn path of the great saints. St Teresa of Avila, St John of the Cross, St Frances de Sales and St Ignatius Loyola. The journal both teaches and allows you to practice meditation, contemplation and mental prayer.

There is plenty of space to write about your important experiences with the loving presence of God who dwells in the deepest recesses of your heart. This Journal will become your morning companion as you document your journey of spiritual awareness of the state of your soul. As God’s light enthralls you, often promises and resolutions are made and easily forgotten.

Your Journal will provide a lasting record that will be invaluable to you each day and even in years to come.

Following Christ to Calvary. A Catholic Journal.

“The number of the elect is so small — so small — that, were we to know how small it is, we would faint away with grief: one here and there, scattered up and down the world!” -Saint Louis Marie de Montfort

This Journal can help you to become one of the elect. 

“Be one of the small number who find the way to life, and enter by the narrow gate into Heaven. Take care not to follow the majority and the common herd, so many of whom are lost. Do not be deceived; there are only two roads: one that leads to life and is narrow; the other that leads to death and is wide. There is no middle way.” -Saint Louis Marie de Montfort

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