|Posted by Thomas David McMurray on February 3, 2021 at 6:45 PM|
Week of Prayer 18: The Call and Cost of Discipleship
Three Key Exercises and the Decision-Making Dynamic - Chapter 26, Orientations Vol 2: Part B - The Three Classes of Persons
"Rules of Discernment for Second Week," from Draw Me Into Your Friendship: The Spiritual Exercises, A Literal Translations and A Contemporary Reading," David Fleming, S.J., The Institute of Jesuit Sources, St. Louis, 1996
"The Devil Comes Cloaked as an Angel of Light, William Barry, S.J.
"Sending of the Seventy-two Disciples," The New Spiritual Exercises," Louis Savary, pp 128-129
Discernment of Spirits - Interview with Mark Thibodeaux. S.J.
Rules for Discernment of Spirits: Reasons We Experience Desolation, Ignatian Adventure, Kevin O'Brien, p181
"How to Survive Desolation" by Thomas F. Fischer, M.Div., M.S.A.
Questions to consider as you review the reading.
1, What were the highlights of the material for me?
2. What touched me or gave me new or nuanced insights?
3. What challenged me in this material?
4. What connects or resonates with my experience of the Spiritual Exercises
5. What was relevant to my formation as a prayer companion or spiritual director?
6. What would you like to take to prayer?
Categories: RIDL Formation Intern Reflections