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

Is There a Way Through? CD

Is There a Way Through?  CD

Political and other institutions seem unable to resolve the crisis of conflict and violence facing us today. Is there a way through? Two spiritual leaders, Fr. Laurence Freeman OSB and Fr. Thomas Keating OSCO, in their complementary presentations at the WCCM Way of Peace, suggest that there is indeed a way. The development of contemplative consciousness through the wisdom of meditation found in every religious tradition first leads to inner peace and harmony. It then empowers us to work in the world. But religions first have to be renewed in the light of this practice so that our developing humanity can drive the way society is evolving.


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