LFT-1 Listening For Truth – Praying Our Way to Virtue episode 1

Episode 1 -Listening For Truth Introduction.  Making moral judgments.  What are the boundaries?  Giving God time to reach us.  Knowing how we are being guided properly.

Deacon James Keating, PhD, the director of Theological Formation for the Institute for Priestly Formation, located at Creighton University, in Omaha, is making available to ”Discerning Hearts” and all who listen, his series of programs entitled “Listening For Truth”.

Listening for Truth leads men and women in a search for a fuller experience of God that begins in prayer, grows in the rediscovery of our spiritual being, and grounds itself in the truth of Jesus Christ. A presentation of the Christian life as an engagement of the whole person — body, mind, and soul — in the challenge of daily living.

 

 

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For more information on the “Institute of Priestly Formation” and for other material available by Deacon Keating, just click here

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Don’t forget to pickup a copy of “Communion with Christ” , it is one of the best audio sets on prayer…ever!

Check out Deacon Keating’s “Discerning Heart” page

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2 thoughts on “LFT-1 Listening For Truth – Praying Our Way to Virtue episode 1”

  1. Powerful presentation, deacon & chris…….
    i am preparing for a wedding this weekend and a few this summer…..
    will certainly speak to them about loving, serving & suffering!
    Getting to know each other & not living as if they were still single!

    Virtue!
    Not something we do by or for ourselves, but by/for/with God!
    The promise: it isn’t God who changes, but WE who change!
    Beautiful!
    Keep it coming!

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