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Liturgy

Liturgy means worship shared with others. Communal liturgy has for many today lost its power and meaning. Rediscovering the liturgy of the heart – contemplative experience – restores the nourishing energy of common worship. Meditation does not replace other forms of prayer rather, it reconnects them to their source and restores their meaning and refreshes their purpose.

At Bonnevaux, as in an increasing number of centres and churches, a new form of contemplative liturgy which includes time for meditation and sharing about the readings of the service is taking shape. In the daily prayer of the Bonnevaux Community that follows the Liturgy of the Hours according to St. Benedict the readings and chant framed the central time of meditation. You may experience this by joining some of the online liturgies from Bonnevaux as well on the retreats conducted there. 

   

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The Gift of Christmas

Christmas, the Season of the Gift, Meditatio Centre, London, 19/20 December 2014. Rowan Williams and The Gift of Christmas followed by conversation with Laurence Freeman

Preparing for Christmas 2018

Saturday 15 December The Meditatio Centre London For many of us, Christmas is a time of stress, rush and trying to balance the materialism of

The Gift of Christmas

Christmas, the Season of the Gift, Meditatio Centre, London, 19/20 December 2014. Rowan Williams and The Gift of Christmas followed by conversation with Laurence Freeman

Preparing for Christmas 2018

Saturday 15 December The Meditatio Centre London For many of us, Christmas is a time of stress, rush and trying to balance the materialism of

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