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This book presents a spiritual renewal system for contemporary believers based on Ignatius┐ Spiritual Exercises and inspired by the modern insights of Jesuit priest-scientist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
Louis M. Savary was a Jesuit for thirty years and is a prolific author who has written, coauthored or ghostwritten over a hundred books, many on the interface of psychology and spirituality. He has taught graduate courses on Teilhard de Chardin, and has lectured and led study groups on The Divine Milieu.
Table of Contents
|Your Purpose and Intention||p. 1|
|Keeping a Journal||p. 3|
|Seventeen Basic Teilhardian Principles That Give Rise to the New Spiritual Exercises||p. 13|
|The First Week||p. 37|
|The Presence of God||p. 37|
|The Way God Loves||p. 39|
|The Principle and Foundation||p. 47|
|The Thanksgiving Examen||p. 49|
|The Positive Particular Examen||p. 52|
|Introduction to the Meditations on Sin||p. 54|
|Introduction to Social Sin||p. 63|
|End of the First Week||p. 72|
|The Second Week||p. 73|
|The Call of the Kingdom||p. 73|
|The Call of Jesus||p. 81|
|The Incarnation||p. 86|
|The Two Standards||p. 96|
|Three Pairs of People||p. 105|
|Four Levels of Service||p. 110|
|Jesus' Baptism in the Jordan||p. 115|
|The Temptations of Jesus in Desert||p. 121|
|Parables of the Kingdom||p. 130|
|The Woman Who Was a Sinner||p. 136|
|A Different Kind of Fire||p. 141|
|Discernment and Decisions||p. 145|
|End of the Second Week||p. 154|
|The Third Week||p. 155|
|The Passion and Death of Jesus||p. 156|
|End of the Third Week||p. 166|
|The Fourth Week||p. 167|
|The Risen Christ Appears to Mary||p. 169|
|Looking for the New Christ-the New Creation||p. 171|
|No Limitations in the Risen Christ||p. 172|
|From the Way of the Cross to the Way of the Resurrection||p. 173|
|Being Sent-Individually and Collectively||p. 174|
|Infused with the Divine Spirit||p. 176|
|The Final Contemplation: Relating to the Father from within the Cosmic Christ||p. 177|
|End of the Fourth Week||p. 183|
|Steps in a Group Contemplation||p. 185|
|How to Choose Music for Prayer||p. 188|
|Dialogue Prayer||p. 190|
|Meditation-Eastern and Western||p. 193|
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