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Title: Review for Religious
Authors: The Jesuit Fathers
Keywords: Affective Prayer, by G. Augustine Ellard
LaSallian-Formula for Apostolate, by Brother Charles Henry
Possessing all things, by Joseph A. McCoy
Concerning Patience, by Stephen J. Brown
Vocational Counseling, by Gerald Kelly
Issue Date: 15-May-1948
Publisher: Kansas: The College Press, 1948.
Citation: Edited by The Jesuit Fathers Saint Mary’s College St. Marys, Kansas
Series/Report no.: Review for Religious;Volume 7. Number 3
Abstract: NEARLY all modern authorities on mental prayer admit a three fold division of it, namely, meditation, affective prayer, and " contemplation. Of course the terminology varies, even greatly, but the underlying realities meant seem to be more or less the same. Similarly the division may take this or that form, without however introducing any very substantial difference. The work of the mind in mental prayer must...
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