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What is Spiritual Theology?
What is Spiritual Theology?
Spiritual Theology defines the nature of the supernatural life, formulates directives for its development, and explains the process by which souls advance from the beginning of the spiritual life to its full perfection.
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Develop the knowledge and skills you require as a priest or religious, spiritual director or mentor, as you reach out to those who need direction.
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School of Spiritual Formation
Designed for those looking to build on the basics.
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Celebrating Blessed John Paul II’s Canonization (Part 4)

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 This post is part of a series of talks by Dr. Anthony Lilles celebrating the upcoming canonization...

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301. The Church Gets Going (John 20:19-31)

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“Christ who is God, supreme over all, has arranged to wash man clean of sin and to make...

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Celebrating Blessed John Paul II’s Canonization (Parts 2 & 3)

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