Evening of Contemplative Fellowship: Details + Resources

Community rooted in our shared intention to deepen our contemplative practices

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WHEN:  Recurring on the 2nd Wed of each month
TIME:  4:00pm – 7:00pm CT; you do not need to be there right at 4pm, come as your schedule allows
LOCATION:  St. Paul Monastery’s Benedictine Center
PRICE:  Suggested is $15/month (however, you name the price most comfortable for you)
RSVP is REQUIRED:  reminders will be sent each month for pay-as-you-attend; there is also an auto-renew RSVP option for convenience

Mark Your Calendars!

Upcoming 2024 dates…

  • Wed, July 10
  • Wed. Aug 14
  • Wed, Sept 11
  • Wed, Oct 9
  • Wed, Nov 13
  • Wed, Dec 11

You're invited to join us!

ECF is open to all participants of Benedictine CARE, our 8am CT Sat Centering Prayer Group, and the Sisters of St. Paul’s Monastery. We do encourage new participants at all times! If you have interest in the in-person event, please contact Teri Rose, OblSB.

In-person Centering Prayer, shared meal, and conversation

This ongoing offering has been created to give those with the shared intention to practice Centering Prayer and the Benedictine Tradition a place to deepen and support our practice together.

RSVP is required

RSVP is required for this event. The suggested price is $15, however, we don’t ever want price to inhibit your attendance. You are encouraged to indicate an amount during checkout that is most comfortable for you.

Resources shared by members

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“Empty Yourself Completely: A Spirituality of Kenosis": by Father Cyprian Consiglio, OSB Cam

Online Contemplative Resources

Center for Action and Contemplation

Shared by Colleen in response to Ann’s request for CAC online course information

Pentecost Richard Rohr Daily Meditation shared by Colleen

A note from Colleen:  It is the essence of Rohr’s message which is always a bit of a challenge to the “ritualistic, and rules based “pray, pay and obey” Catholicism that was the foundation (or so I thought) about my faith tradition and our Pentecost conversation.

Read here: https://email.cac.org/t/d-e-etylrjl-dyldidijdl-w/

Share a Resource!

ECF members, just click submit to email Teri the resource(s) to post.