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Fr Laurence in the Southwest: Sources of Wisdom in 'a world gone mad'.
Saturday 14 March 14:15
Leader: Fr Laurence Freeman.
Venue: Clifton Cathedral, Clifton Park, Bristol BS8 3BX.
Suggested donation: £10. Students welcome - no donation expected.
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Fr Laurence Freeman in the Southwest : 12 to 14 March
In March Fr Laurence will give a series of talks in the South West - Exeter, Ilminster, Wells and Bristol. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear Fr. Laurence Freeman (Spiritual Director of the WCCM) speaking about Contemplative Christianity.
Thursday 12th March - “Prayer in a secular age: finding the secret of prayer in the earliest teachers” - St James Church, Exeter, 7.00pm.
Friday 13th March -“ Stages of the inner journey and why it transforms the exterior one” - The Minster, Ilminster, 10.30am.
Friday 13th March - “Jesus as a contemplative teacher: why meditation illuminates his guidance on prayer” - Wells & Mendip Museum, Wells, 7.30pm. Booking Essential.
Saturday 14th March - “Sources of the Sacred: Word and Flesh” - Apostle Room, Clifton Cathedral, Bristol, 10.15am (for existing meditators).
Saturday 14th March - “Sources of wisdom in ‘a world gone mad’” - Clifton Cathedral, Bristol 2.15pm.
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- Exeter: email@example.com
- Ilminster and Wells: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bristol: email@example.com