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I try to give joy to my Master by being, even on earth, the “Praise of Glory.”

Bl Elizabeth of the Trinity

 

Steven Payne, O.C.D.

Steven Payne, OCD, is a priest of the Washington Province of Discalced Carmelite friars. He is past editor of Spiritual Life magazine and ICS Publications and the author of numerous works in philosophy of religion, theology, and Carmelite spirituality. He has taught at the Weston School of Theology in Boston, at the De Sales School of Theology and Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C., and most recently at Tangaza College and the Catholic University of Eastern Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. He is the current president of the Carmelite Institute in Washington D.C.

Lectures by Steven Payne O.C.D.


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The Message of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity

Steven Payne O.C.D.

Father Steven Payne, who has completed doctorates in philosophy and theology, speaks on the message of Blessed Elizabeth - Finding God Within and comments on Elizabeth's life and spirituality, emphasizing her attention to the indwelling of the Trinity in each of us.

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Praying the Our Father with Teresa of Avila

Steven Payne O.C.D.

“When you pray, say Father, Hallowed be Thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread and forgive us our sins for we ourselves forgive everyone who is indebted to us and lead us not into temptation.” This is the version we find in Luke but St. Teresa of Jesus (Avila) had a different approach to a familiar prayer when her sisters asked her to teach them to pray.

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The Moral Dimension of Carmelite Prayer

Steven Payne O.C.D.

There is an apparent disconnect we observe, in so many cases today, between prayer and morality, between what some contemplatives profess or claim to experience and the lives they actually lead. If prayer and morality truly go together as Carmelites always claim, why is it that seemingly prayerful people, at times, do such terrible things? What makes good contemplatives go bad? How do we avoid such pitfalls in our own search for God? A proper understanding of how things can go wrong can help us in trying to make them go right. With this, perhaps we can shed some light on what could be called the moral dimensions of Carmelite prayer.

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Reflections on the Doctorate of St. Thérèse

Steven Payne O.C.D.

As we remember, in the late 1990’s, the idea of Thérèse as Doctor of the Church led people to remember her not just for her example but also for her teaching, of her little way of confidence in God’s merciful love, of her message that we can become saints by doing ordinary things with extraordinary love, or however they chose to express it.

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"A Surge of the Heart" – Thérèse of Lisieux on Prayer

Steven Payne, O.C.D.

Fr. Steven describes St Thérèse’s simple yet profound definition of prayer that the Church takes up in the catechism. Thérèse being frustrated by many forms of prayers does not insist upon any particular prayer, but emphasizes the essential quality of love in prayer. Thérèse tells us that prayer is not about saying many words, but about a relationship with the person of Christ. Fr. Steven guides us through Thérèse’s discovery of prayer.

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