||The Divine Indwelling|
Centering Prayer and Its Development
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These essays discuss several features of centering prayer and the contemplative outreach movement:
- Thomas Keating: "The Divine Indwelling"
- Thomas R. Ward: "Spirituality and Community: Centering Prayer and the Ecclesial Dimension"
- Sarah A. Butler: "Lectio Divina as a Tool for Discernment"
- George F. Cairns: "A Dialogue Between Centering Prayer and Transpersonal Psychology"
- Gail Fitzpatrick-Hopler: "The Spiritual Network of Contemplative Outreach Limited"
- Paul David Lawson: "Leadership and Changes Through Contemplation: A Parish Perspective"
- Thomas Keating: "The Practice of Intention/Attention"
|Thomas Keating, founder of the centering prayer movement, is an author, teacher, and monk who has worked for many years to foster understanding among the world's religions. A member of the Cistercian Order in the Benedictine tradition, Father Keating has served at monasteries in Colorado and Massachusetts. He currently directs retreats in the practice of Centering Prayer, a cornerstone of contemporary Christian contemplative practice. He is the author of the best-selling Open Mind, Open Heart, Fruits and Gifts of the Spirit, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Manifesting God, The Transformation of Suffering, and Divine Therapy and Addiction, among many other books. He lives at St. Benedict's Monastery in Snowmass, Colorado.|
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