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Join us for three events in October featuring Father William Meninger

Fr. William is a member of the contemplative Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance and a founder of the contemplative prayer movement. In 1974, he originated the workshop on contemplative meditation which he shared with his fellow brothers Thomas Keating and Basil Pennington. Fr. William is a best-selling author and teaches worldwide on prayer, forgiveness, and the loving search for God. He leaves St. Benedict’s Monastery in Colorado only four times a year for special teaching engagements.

• The Process of Forgiveness
Sheen Center
18 Bleecker St., Manhattan
Sunday, October 9, 10am

Mass, followed by full-day workshop to develop your capacity for lasting peace. $145 registration includes lunch. Limited space. For more information or to register.

• Centering Prayer and The Cloud of Unknowing
St Bartholomew’s Church
109 East 50th Street, Third floor, Salle 33, Manhattan
Tuesday, October 11, 6-9pm

Donations to St. Bartholomew”s Church and Contemplative Outreach are accepted with thanks.
To register call Ildiko Viczian, 212- 673 6016 or email Rosemary English.

• Following Mercy

Church of the Holy Name
St. Mary of the Angels – lower chapel
96th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway, Manhattan
Thursday, October 13, 7:30-9pm

What happens after mercy is received? Spend a special evening with Fr. Meninger as he discusses how to abide in the loving search for God following this Year of Mercy. Free. For more information, email Meghan Wu.

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