The Way of Love: An Interspiritual Convergence

Each of the Abrahamic traditions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—has at its core a commitment to step onto the Path of Love. When we delve deep into our diverse spiritual practices, it […]

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The Way of the Heart: A Silent Wisdom Retreat

The Mercy Center Centering Prayer Wisdom Program presents… The Way of the Heart: A Silent Wisdom Retreat Starts with lunch at 12pm on August 23, ends at 4:30pm on August […]

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An Introduction to a Wisdom Way of Knowing: A Wisdom Practice Series via Zoom

An Introduction to a Wisdom Way of Knowing: Wisdom Practices Series January 20th This Sacred Path: Three Centered Knowing This Sacred Surrender: Centering Prayer January 27th This Sacred Voice: Chanting […]

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Centering Prayer and Three-Centered Knowing: A Silent Centering Prayer Wisdom Retreat

“Centering Prayer … is the opening of mind and heart, body and emotions–our whole being–to God, the Ultimate Mystery, beyond words, thoughts, and emotions.” —Thomas Keating, Open Mind Open Heart […]

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The Power of Story: Exploring Hasidic Tales as a Path to Blessing

Contemplative Enrichment Day of Interfaith Understanding with Rabbi Rami Shapiro Humans are by nature storytellers, and we often become the stories we tell. One of the greatest and most liberating […]

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Lenten Day Retreat: Preparing to Accompany Jesus and Mary Magdalene through Holy Week – online or in-person

On this Lenten Day, we will prepare ourselves to enter Holy week from the inside by embodying the postures of Jesus and Mary Magdalene through this timeless passage. Let’s join […]

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