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24 May 2015

Today’s Gospel reveals the interconnectedness of everything – the one Jesus named as Father, the one named as the Spirit of truth and the one we know as Jesus the Christ. Jesus is glorified through the mystery and revelation of this relationship. Just as the Spirit of...

1 May 2013

'The Father spoke one Word, which was His Son, and this Word He always speaks in eternal silence, and in silence must It be heard by the soul.' (St John of the Cross - Maxims and counsels, 21)

1 May 2013

This brief "How To" introduction to Centering Prayer is by the famous Trappist  monk, Fr. Thomas Keating OCSO. For more information and resources on this prayer practice, check out Contemplative Outreach at http://www.contemplativeoutreach.org.

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