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We embrace the process of transformation in Christ, both in ourselves and in others, through the practice of Centering Prayer.

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Seekers of Ultimate Mystery Fr. Thomas Keating
Many paths lead to the Source. Some call this Source the
Absolute, the One God, the Holy Trinity, Brahman, Great Spirit,
Allah, Ultimate Reality or other names, depending upon the
cultural or religious frame of reference. For the purpose of this
discussion, I use the term “Ultimate Mystery” to designate the
meaning that these words are trying to signify. The kingdom of heaven truly is right here – a felt experience among contemplative brothers and sisters.

Grace Upon Grace  Gail Fitzpatrick-Hopler
The contemplative life transcends country, culture, language and religious differences. . . There are no boundaries in God; this is a lived experience when I visit other countries. Here are highlights from a few of my 2009 trips.

Memories Around the World  Fr. Carl Arico
You probably are not aware that Contemplative Outreach has its own St. Paul and St. Peter. Our St. Paul was Fr. Basil Pennington. Fr. Basil, Fr. Thomas Keating and Fr. William Menninger are the founding fathers of Centering Prayer.