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Reflections for the Spiritual Explorer (DVD)

by Oblate Media & Communication

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Reflections for the Spiritual Explorer
Oblate Media & Communications, \
Offering three separate meditations for use by individuals or groups. Great for any number of creative applications; centering prayer, discussion starters, seasonal

With You Always
Let this reflection remind you that amid the twists and turns of life God is with you...always. Reflective images from scripture and our world bring to life the song
Mary Did You Know performed by Kenny Rogers and Wynonna. God was with Mary; know that God is also there to guide you through the mysteries of life. And, like Mary, you are destined to do great things for the good of all. Includes a brief prayer service and reflection questions for the liturgical seasons: Advent, Lent and Ordinary Time. Approx. 6 minutes
How Beautiful
You are beautiful in the eyes of God. For God so loved the world that he gave us his only son. Through the Eucharist we not only remember Christ but also learn to become the Body of Christ-serving, welcoming, healing. The popular song How Beautiful, performed by recording artist Twila Paris, is paired with scriptural and modern images in this reflective piece.
Approx. 6 minutes
Mystic Moments
A quote from Thomas Merton sets the stage for a virtual walk through the forest on a beautiful day in early fall. Falling leaves, clear water and the unmistakable presence of God follow us on a peaceful walk through nature's bounty during a few short, Mystic Moments. 16 minutes
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