The intent of Contemplative Outreach is to foster the process of transformation in Christ in one another through the practice of the Centering Prayer
Editor: Sr. Margaret Ann Calcutta
A series of short readings from the works of Fr. Thomas Keating with room for personal journaling.
Illustrated by Meridith Schifsky.
In this book, Father Thomas Keating explores the tragedy of September 11 from the perspective of Christ-consciousness and its continuing emergence in the world.
A combined volume of Open Mind, Open Heart, The Mystery of Christ and Invitation to Love.
by Sr. Mary Margaret Funk
An exploration of the work of John Cassian, a fourth century monk, and its implications for the spiritual life, focusing on Christian life as a practice.
by Keating, Ward, Cairns, Fitzpatrick-Hopler, Lawson & Butler
Essays discussing several features of Centering Prayer and the Contemplative Outreach movement.
by Rev. Paul D. Lawson
An explanation of how a conscious practice of Centering Prayer can create a healthy church environment, dynamic leadership, and a vibrant community worship.
Commentaries on the spiritual life as seen through six parables of Jesus and insights from the life of St. Thérèse. St. Thérèse has had a profound impact on the spiritual life of Fr.
Thomas Keating has spent more than fifty years in sustained practice and devotion to the spiritual life.
An enlightening commentary on Luke 11:38-42, the household of Mary, Martha and Lazarus of Bethany, and its implications for the spiritual journey, as a series
by Elizabeth Smith and Joseph Chalmers
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Psalm 46:10"Be still, and know that I am God"