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She is there at the foot of the Cross, standing, full of strength and courage.

Bl Elizabeth of the Trinity

 

Margaret Dorgan, DCM

Sister Margaret Dorgan, DCM is a member of John of the Cross Monastery Hermitage, which is located in the coastal town of Orland, Maine. She entered the Discalced Carmelite Monastery of Concord, New Hampshire in 1946. There she was involved in novitiate training for ten years. Sister Margaret has a degree in philosophy from Harvard/Radcliffe. Her articles have appeared in Spiritual Life, Cross Currents, Review for Religious, Word & Spirit, and other publications. She has given workshops on spiritual development in this country, Canada and Ireland.

 

Lectures by Margaret Dorgan, DCM


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Elizabeth of the Trinity: Life in the Trinity

Margaret Dorgan D.C.M.

The sign of the cross unites the two central mysteries of the Christian revelation in the simple movement of our hand. It is the mystery of the Blessed Trinity. The cross, symbol of our salvation, is traced over our head and heart and chest recalling the agony of crucifixion and the glory of resurrection in our Savior Jesus Christ. All this and so much more is all in the sign of the cross. After outlining Trinitarian theology down through the ages, the presenter shows how Blessed Elizabeth was influenced by this theology.

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St. Thérèse of Lisieux:
Your Personal History as a Narrative of Hope

Margaret Dorgan D.C.M.

Christianity is all about remembering. Memory is precious to us as Christians and as human beings. Memory gives us the capacity to retain what has taken place in our own lives and to empathize with other lives no matter how long ago they made their earthly journey. Your personal history can be a narrative of hope.

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The Apocalyptic Dimension in
Elizabeth of the Trinity: Eternity

Margaret Dorgan D.C.M.

Elizabeth of the Trinity lived in an end of the century milieu, the final years of the 1800’s, yet her Carmelite spirituality contributed to her consistently upbeat approach to existence. Millennial consciousness can be purely secular as it is in some quarters today with predictions of physical changes and planetary interaction that will effect the human race profoundly. Many of these foretellings are negative. In Elizabeth’s day, the secular appraisal of the coming century was much more optimistic.

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