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"The 3 Expressions of Prayer"

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A Prayer to make Spiritual Communion while watching Mass online

My Jesus, I believe that you are in the Blessed Sacrament. I love you above all things, and I long for you in my soul. Since I cannot now receive you Sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. As though you have already come, I embrace you and unite myself entirely to you; never permit me to be separated from you.



Spiritual Enrichment

Here you will find ways to stay connected to your faith through guided prayer, meditation

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 “The Three Expressions of Prayer”

By: Rev. Brian J. Humphrey
Given as a part of the University Series at St. Mary Magdalen, Camarillo CA
March, 11, 2020

Talk Description: In prayer, God gives us a new heart. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, God initiates this transformation; we respond through various expressions: “However, Christian Tradition has retained three major expressions of prayer: vocal, meditative, and contemplative. They have one basic trait in common: composure of heart” (CCC 2699). This talk will focus on the inter-relatedness of these three expressions (CCC 2700-2724), as well as the role of God as the initiator, in hopes that our hearts may be set on fire with God’s love.

[For those of you who attended this talk, you may notice that the personal testimony portion, as well as some of the questions and answers, were removed from the recording. This was done to shorten the audio file. Thank you and God bless you!

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