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Weekly Christian Meditation Group - Mondays 7:00-7:45 p.m. – “One thing we learn in meditation is the priority of being over action. Indeed, no action has any meaning, or at least any lasting depth of meaning, unless it springs from being, from the depths of your own being. This is why meditation is a way that leads us away from shallowness to depth, to profundity. Learning to be is learning to begin to live out of the fullness of life. That is our invitation. It is learning to begin to be a full person. The mysterious thing about the Christian revelation is that as we live our lives fully, we live out the eternal consequences of our own creation. We are no longer living as if we were exhausting a limited supply of life that we received at our birth. What we know from the teaching of Jesus is that we become infinitely filled with life when we are at one with the source of our being, . . . our Creator, the One who describes himself as ‘I Am.’” Fr John Main OSB, MOMENT OF CHRIST (New York: Continuum, 1998), pp. 110-111.

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