Spirituality in a Secular Society

Meditatio Seminar 2016

With Laurence Freeman OSB

Given that most of our communication and exploration is - for the moment – online,
what better time to take part in an online retreat?

The Seminar ‘Spirituality for a Secular Society’ drew more than 200 participants and focused on the unique characteristics and challenges of modern society.  Charles Taylor, author of ‘A Secular Age’ and  ‘Sources of the Self’ is joined by his fellow winner of the Templeton Prize, Tomas Halik,  Ivana Noble (theologian) and Laurence Freeman.

What you will discover on this retreat:

Session One

Prof Ivana Noble – “Spirituality and Loneliness in the Post-Secular Societies”

Session Two

Laurence Freeman OSB – “Mystery in a Technological Age”

Session Three

Panel Discussion with Prof Ivana Noble and Laurence Freeman OSB

Session Four

Prof Tomáš Halík – “Atheism and Dark Night Faith”

Session Five

Prof Charles Taylor – “Shape of Spirituality Today”

Session Six

Panel Discussion with Prof Tomáš Halik and Prof Charles Taylor

Spirituality in a Secular Society

An Online Seminar with Laurence Freeman OSB


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Laurence Freeman OSB

About Laurence Freeman OSB

Laurence Freeman is a Benedictine monk of the Monastery of Sta Maria di Pilastrello, Lendinara, in the Benedictine Congregation of Monte Oliveto and Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation. He is also Director of Bonnevaux, the International Centre of the World Community for Christian Meditation where he now resides. Fr Laurence 

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