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2007-2008 Winter
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Breathed by the Spirit by Fr. Thomas Keating
Jesus breathed on his disciples on the evening of his resurrection saying, "Receive the Holy Spirit". There is thus no...

2007 Summer
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The Vision of Contemplative Outreach by Fr. Thomas Keating
What is the primary focus of the unity of Contemplative Outreach as a network? I think it is to maintain the...

2006-2007 Winter
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Psychology and the Spiritual Journey by Fr. Thomas Keating
The field of psychology as an experiential science has to be taken into account by the world's religions and...

2006 Summer
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Experiences of Interreligious Dialogue Fr. Thomas Keating interviewed by Netanel Miles-Yepez
Netanel Miles-Yepez: How did a good Roman Catholic and Cistercian monk...

2005-2006 Winter
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Homily for the Funeral of Dom Basil Pennington by Fr. Thomas Keating
This homily was delivered at the funeral of Fr. Basil Pennington on June 10, 2005.
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2005 Summer
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The Wedding Feast of Cana by Fr. Thomas Keating
Our salvation actually began at the wedding feast of Cana when the seed of faith was sown in the minds and hearts of...

2004-2005 Winter
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Centering Prayer by Fr. Keating
Centering Prayer is a contemporary name for the practice that Jesus describes as "prayer in secret" in the Sermon on the Mount. When...

2004 Summer
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What Can We Do? by Fr. Thomas Keating
The basic oneness of the human family, intuited by the mystics of all religions, is reinforced by the discoveries of particle...

2003-2004 Winter
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Peacemaking by Fr. Thomas Keating
Almost everybody wants peace, especially those who are fighting for what they think it is.

2003 Summer
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Towards Global Transformation: Reflections on John 1:1-14 by Fr. Thomas Keating
In the Johanine community out of which this gospel emerges, there evidently were very...