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Newsletter Archive

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2013 December

Epiphany, the Feast of Contemplative, A Homily by Thomas Keating. 
At the culmination of the Christmas season is the feast of the Epiphany. Epiphany means revelation. What...

2013 June

Spiritual Evolution, Fr. Thomas Keating
Spiritual evolution is a process of liberation. It completes biological evolution which has brought us to the relative freedom of...

2012 December

Centering Prayer & Resting in God by Fr. Thomas Keating

Centering Prayer moves us toward the deepest level of relationship and intimacy with God described in Matthew 6:...

2012 June

The Seven Stages of Centering Prayer,  Fr. Thomas Keating
The essence of Centering Prayer is consenting to God’s presence and action within. The seven stages of Centering...

2011 December

Simplicity, Fr. Thomas Keating
Simplicity is the integration and unification of human capacities.

Our Lady of the Sign, Gail Fitzpatrick-Hopler...

2011 June

Consenting to the Divine Presence Fr. Thomas Keating
We began teaching Centering Prayer using the sacred word as the symbol of consent to God’s presence and action because most...

2010 December

The Mystery of the Trinity Fr. Thomas Keating
Centering Prayer comes out of the life of God moving within us. We may first have experienced this movement as a...

2010 June

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,

2009 December

Sarah's Advice by Fr. Thomas Keating
There were many events or situations along the way that have made a significant difference in my life. I’ll offer one special...

2009 June

Unity in Contemplation by Fr. Thomas Keating
In describing the functioning of the Mystical Body of Christ, Saint Paul writes that everyone has a special role to play...