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A December Message from Fr. Justin

Posted on Dec 1, 2018 in rector's messages | 0 comments

In my last Keystone article I mentioned a little series to help contextualize the imaginal realm or the imaginal heart in Christian Theology. Since it is Advent and we are preparing for the great celebration of the incarnation of Jesus Christ, let us return to the wonderful expression of the three-fold understanding of the universe in the Christmas liturgies. I’m talking particularly about the Triple Birth of Christ celebrated in the three Christ-masses. You may have heard me preach during Christmastide or read about this Triple Birth in...

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A December Message from Fr. Justin

Posted on Dec 1, 2018 in rector's messages | 0 comments

In my last Keystone article I mentioned a little series to help contextualize the imaginal realm or the imaginal heart in Christian Theology. Since it is Advent and we are preparing for the great celebration of the incarnation of Jesus Christ, let us return to the wonderful expression of the three-fold understanding of the universe in the Christmas liturgies. I’m talking particularly about the Triple Birth of Christ celebrated in the three Christ-masses. You may have heard me preach during Christmastide or read about this Triple Birth in...

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A November Message from Fr. Justin

Posted on Nov 11, 2018 in rector's messages | 0 comments

On September 1st, I led a short practice period of Centering Prayer at St. John’s in Williamstown, as part of the Conspire Conference put on by the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC). CAC is the organization Fr. Richard Rohr O.F.M. founded and continues to lead. The Reverend Mark Longhurst, minister at First Congregational in Williamstown, is a graduate of CAC’s Living School and was one of Fr. Richard’s young contemplative leaders at the Contemplative Exchange last summer out in Colorado. The Conspire conference was actually...

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A November message from Fr. Justin

Posted on Nov 11, 2018 in rector's messages | 0 comments

On September 1st, I led a short practice period of  Centering Prayer at St. John’s in Williamstown, as part of the Conspire Conference put on by the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC).  CAC is the organization Fr. Richard Rohr O.F.M. founded and continues to lead. The Reverend Mark Longhurst, minister at First Congregational in Williamstown, is a graduate of CAC’s Living School and was one of Fr. Richard’s young contemplative leaders at the Contemplative Exchange last summer out in Colorado.  The Conspire conference was...

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