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Conversations of the Heart VST Summer School
Cynthia Bourgeault Wednesday 9-15 July 2007

The egoic operating system makes a mirage of the self feel solid. But in fact it is unsubstantiated this “self” is only a function of perceiving the world through the egoic operating system.

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Thomas Merton would have been 100 years old today.

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Yesterday, along with Richard LeSeur and Brian Evans, in a day focused on “Self-Care” I spoke to the clergy of our Diocese about “Prayer and Self-care.”

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Conversations of the Heart VST Summer School
Cynthia Bourgeault Wednesday 9-15 July 2007

Contemplative practice doesn’t change what you think but how you think.

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The Archbishop of Canterbury in a homily on Friday 23 January 2015 at Trinity Walls Street in New York City has attacked a preaching demon he identifies as “moral claptrap.”

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Zion United Church in Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario at one time had 1,000 adherents and spawned two “daughter” congregations.

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Making The All Saints Passage
29-31 October 1999

Bede Griffiths last words – “Receive the growing Christ”. He became another cell in the mystical Christ.

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Making The All Saints Passage
29-31 October 1999

The All Saints Triduum marks the passage through death and darkness to the light. It is a mini-Easter vigil.

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Alone is not the same as lonely.

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I am sitting in a pew in a renovated church that serves now as a concert hall.

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