Heart to Heart – Session 3

Session Three questions:

1. How do you cope with silence in your prayer?
2. Is being still in prayer a challenge for you?
3. What helps you to pray with simplicity?

Session 3 Transcript


Please find below a list of the resources Archbishop Christopher referred to in Session three of the Heart to Heart eSeminar

Many of these items can be purchased through the Canberra Catholic Bookshop. Please contact (02) 6239 9800 or go to https://www.catholicbookshop.org.au/

 

The Rule of St Benedict

Our Mob, God’s Story
Bible Society Australia, Sydney

 

Five Loaves and Two Fish: Meditations on the Eucharist
By Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen van Thuan

Journey to the Heart Christian
Contemplation Through the Centuries: An Illustrated Guide
By Kim Nataraja

 

COMMENTS

Wordpress (4)
  • Nellie 4 weeks

    Your description on the cardinal reminds me of an old Jesuit called john Wilkins rip

  • Marie Morrison 4 weeks

    Only just stumbled on this. So enriching. I am silent, still and simple in prayer before two beautiful Orthodox icons of Our Lord and Our Lady. On my wall next to my bed these help me to say good morning and good night to them both each day. Like St John Vianney sometimes I just case. The eyes of the icons talk to me.

  • Rosemary Farrell 3 weeks

    Archbishop Christopher
    Ur sessions on interior prayer r an inspiration 
    Tears come to my eyes as my heart fills with the love of Jesus
    God bless
    Rosemary 
    Albury 

  • Di 3 weeks

    I like to have silence when I pray.
    It gives me time to take the focus of my needs and listen to what God wants for me.