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Worth Revisiting - The Kind Of Prayer We Need Today

Thank you Elizabeth Riordan at Theology Is A Verb for hosting Worth Revisitingeach week. It is a privilege to share our work with you and your followers.  Here is my contribution.

The Kind Of Prayer We Need Today

(Originally posted on October 25, 2019)

Servant of God Catherine Doherty is correct: we have forgotten how to pray. Let her refresh our memory: 

“Prayer now is the last resort. We have forgotten how to pray.

We have forgotten that there must be a time when we are silent so we can hear what God wants to say to us. Yes, my friends, we must pray. It must be the prayer of two people in love with each other who cease to talk…Two people in love! When you are in love with God you will understand that He loved your first. You will enter into a deep and mysterious silence and in that silence become one with the Absolute…Your oneness with God will overflow to all your brothers and sisters.

My friends this is the kind of prayer we need today. If you pray like this you will be overshadowed by…

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