Conversation between Germain Maps, journalist at Radio Presence, and s heart Mary Ancilla Dominican nun at Lourdes. I GM Therese of Lisieux and Ignatius went very far in a spiritual path and yet it was quite severely disabled people with injuries mainly psychological, scruples for Ignatius of Loyola, a very important psychological weakness Therese of Lisieux then the human injury may be a path of spiritual life? Can we still find a way to cause the injury? I do not mean “despite”, I mean “because. Restaurateur: the source for more info. A. Yes, certainly. But perhaps a little differently from the way the Saints were able to live in earlier centuries.
We live in a context where there is a certain view of the injury, a certain psychological approach to things and it is not possible to pretend that did not exist. There may be a difference in the way of monetizing, but basically a way is still possible. So what way? Today, we are likely to increase the place of injury and to make “the” path to God. The injury risk of becoming “the” spiritual path as if it were the end in itself which would mean: if the wound is healed, we draw near to God. It is a way of seeing, but is there not something much deeper which leads us to the discovery of the Father? There is perhaps a way to find out. GM What this implies as a condition, is it necessary to understand something about human nature, or the nature of God? A.