spiritual life/Online — Summer 2018

Summer 2018 issue of spiritual life/Online now available

By Edward O’Donnell, OCD, Editor
The Russian Icon that reveals the mystery of the Trinity

We all need an antidote to the busyness of our lives. It’s so easy to get lost in the demands of job, family, and daily routines. Since abandoning our family or work doesn’t seem realistic, we need to embrace practices that create more peace and less chaos in our lives. As Christians, the solution is to embrace the help offered to us by our faith. God is ever present to us and St. Elizabeth of the Trinity is a perfect teacher for this journey of being united with Him in the midst of daily life.

The summer 2018 issue of spiritual life/Online gives us a way to open our heart and faith-filled imagination to God’s abiding presence and strength.

Find God’s presence in your life!

Read the Summer 2018 issue of spiritual life/Online here.

About spiritual life/Online

spiritual life/Online is the digital successor to Spiritual Life, a print journal of contemporary spirituality, and is published online quarterly by the Discalced Carmelite Friars of the Washington Province.

spiritual life/Online contains articles that deal with various aspects of Christian Spirituality and their application to everyday life. Carmelite spirituality is also featured, examining the meaning of the lives and writings of St. John of the Cross, St. Teresa of Ávila, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, and St. Edith Stein.

There is a book section that highlights books that would be helpful to our readers on their Journey to God.

spiritual life/Online promises to provide its readers with intelligent and thought-provoking material that will enhance their growth in the Spirit.

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