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Lines From Inbetween

This week I moved from Canberra, Australia to London, England to spend a year at Meditatio House. Meditatio House is a community house of the World Community for Christian Meditation (WCCM). It is a contemplative house which has at its heart three times of meditation per day, as well as a living out of the Rule of Saint Benedict. It is contemplative in that its focus is a fostering of the personal and communal experience of God. The Rule of Benedict provides the guide and structure for this. The goal is nothing less than a human transformation  (wrought by God) into an ever deepening expression of love, both personal and communal.

Meditatio House is part of a broader outreach of the WCCM called Meditatio. Meditatio  is the name given to the WCCM’s attempt to enter into a dialogue with secular consciousness and the broader contemporary world. The premise…

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