LOVE the Word® Talk #2

Talk number two of a set that I did last month in St. Louis.

This Week’s Video

Episode Resources

Catholic Women for Christ 2017, filmed in the Archdiocese of St. Louis by St. Joseph Evangelization Network. 


I’ll share more in the coming weeks, but the LOVE the Word(TM) Initiative is a full-immersion Bible study method based on Mary’s own practice. It’s lectio divina, or holy reading according to 2000 years of Church tradition – without the Latin. We learn to LOVE the Word like Mary, from Mary. You’ve been practicing it with me, now for a couple of months, as many of the shows in the Magnificat series included LOVE the Word(TM) exercises.

Now, every week’s show includes a LOVE the Word(TM) exercise based on one of four personalities, or “prayer forms,” explored in Prayer and Temperament, by Chester Michael and Marie Norrisey: Ignatian, Augustinian, Franciscan, and Thomistic. As I share the videos for this week and next, in short form, LOVE the Word goes like this:

Listen (Receive the Word)

Observe (Connect the passage to recent events.)

Verbalize (Pray about your thoughts and emotions.)

Entrust (May it be done to me according to your word!)


I can’t wait to share the whole initiative with you! See you next week :)


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