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AHC G Scripture Meditation Index - Hebrew Catholics

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Hebrew Catholics

New Zealand Branch

Scripture Meditation

A Hebrew Catholic Perspective

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Index

 Reading to help study and meditation on the Sacred Scriptures

(No particular sequence is intended.)

Hebrew
Catholic
Background

Introductory

Considerations

Jesus Messiah:

Our Model


Origins in the
Jewish Tradition


 Beginning
“Lectio Divina”


 “A God Who
Speaks”


No Spiritual Hearing
Without Listening


Why Meditate
on Scripture?


 Jesus at Prayer


Parish Scripture
Meditation Groups


“Lectio-Divina” —
Benedictine


Shema —
Listen and Hear!


Meditation
and Knowledge

 
“Return to the Desert”


Listening to Christ

the Word

 


 Terminology

 

 


Scripture Meditation: Lectio Divina

Our Approach

 

       
      Preparation     
for Group
Meeting


          Weekly          

   Workshop   
Phase One


Daily Resting in
the Word
Phase Two


Group Meeting
Place


Guidelines
for Leaders


Daily
Practice


A Group Leader’s
Preparation


Overview
of Workshop


Remembering
and Resting:
Practical Reminders


Individual’s Preparation

 


Relax ~ Breathe ~ Listen

   


What Happens To Us
In Meditation?

 

Introduction To This Model

The core paper for our readers is: “Scripture Meditation: Lectio Divina“. The language of the title may be a little unfamiliar at first, but it carries a rich and wonderful history. All of the other papers are in support of the main one, and help to explain aspects of Scripture reflection and how it helps us. As we know from our great teachers in spirituality, contemplation is “the soul of the apostolate”. Thus our papers are oriented towards the Hebrew Catholic emphasis of helping one another live the Faith sincerely, as well as sharing it with all humanity. We are “mission-minded” in the spirit of the New Eavangelisation and consider Scripture Meditation, as we practise and teach it, to be one of the foremost fundamentals in our becoming more equipped for our personal participation in the life of Christ’s Body, the Church. Our clusters of leaflets form a resource which can be accessed randomly in any order the reader chooses. They contain a degree of repetition characteristic of this type of arrangement.

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