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Carl McColman Dec 06, 2016
Two years ago this week, I wrote a glowing review of a Bible Software program called Verbum. Click here to read that review. Among other things, I said...I use Verbum every day. I repeat: every day. I...
A Contemplative Faith
Carl McColman Dec 03, 2016
It's that time of year again... Advent! And if you're like me and many other Catholics, you're devoting some energy into trying to honor the deeply contemplative spirit of the season, while at the sam...
A Contemplative Faith
Carl McColman Dec 01, 2016
The late Kenneth Leech used to tell the story about giving a lecture at a seminary in America on the topic of race relations, and afterwards a seminarian seemed surprised to learn that he was the "sam...
Carl McColman Nov 17, 2016
An artful retreat leader, Carl guided us beautifully on a journey into the depths of our souls by way of storytelling, contemplative prayer and silence. Novices and experts alike walked away fully enr...
Carl McColman Oct 23, 2016
The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines contemplation like this:A form of wordless prayer in which mind and heart focus on God's greatness and goodness in affective, loving adoration; to look on ...
Carl McColman Oct 03, 2016
"I'm speechless," remarked Brother Elias Marechal, OCSO, after a congregation of several hundred young evangelicals vigorously applauded his visit to their worship service last month. But then he quip...
Carl McColman Sep 14, 2016
I'm happy to announce that my latest book — Christian Mystics: 108 Seers, Saints and Sages — has been published. The first printing has been delivered to my publisher's warehouse, and they are now in ...
Carl McColman Aug 20, 2016
Next month, Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be canonized — the process by which the Church formally recognizes that a person is a saint. Saint Teresa of Calcutta will join Saint Pope John XXIII and Sai...
Carl McColman Aug 17, 2016
Okay, my new hero is Sister Madonna Buder.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEf7MoQYgzEAlso check out the "behind the scenes" video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEhKxszMd70&feature=youtu.be
Carl McColman Aug 04, 2016
Do you know why Catholics make three small crosses with their thumb — on their forehead, their lips, and their hearts — at every Mass when the Gospel reading is announced?Here is insight into this pra...
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