Imaginative Prayer vs. Quiet Prayer

God reaches out to us in many creative ways including our imaginations and through the deep quiet stillness of our minds. Richaél Lucero describes two prayer methods that allow us to respond to God through these means. Listen in to learn how easily you can make these fruitful methods a part of your prayer life.

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SHOW NOTES:

Catechism references:

God calls man first. Man may forget his Creator or hide far from his face; he may run after idols or accuse the deity of having abandoned him; yet the living and true God tirelessly calls each person to that mysterious encounter known as prayer. In prayer, the faithful God’s initiative of love always comes first; our own first step is always a response.

CCC 2567

Books mentioned:
Spiritual Exercisesby St. Ignatius of Loyola
The Way of Perfection by St. Teresa of Avila

Prayers mentioned:
The Jesus Prayer

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