A growing list of spiritual communities and resources.
"At Holy Cross, you enter into a time of prayer and reflection, renewal and re-creation. The time you spend here can help you deepen your sense of communion with God, nature and with others. Holy Cross Monastery is part of the Order of the Holy Cross. Our facilities consist of 2 Guest Houses, the Monastery Church of St. Augustine, and the Monastic Enclosure, located on twenty-six magnificent acres on the west bank of the Hudson River."
"The spiritual practices of attention and surrender are the banks between which Wisdom flows. In the Christian lineage, Wisdom teaching builds on a strong foundation of traditional mystical teaching and contemplative practice but approaches them through the contemporary lenses of mindfulness and nondual awakening. We engage with the other great sacred Wisdom traditions of humankind through interspiritual dialogue, shared practice, and worship, but cognizant of our deep rootedness in the Christian tradition."
"The Threshold Society, rooted within the traditions of Sufism and inspired by the life and work of Mevlâna Jalâluddîn Rumi, is a non-profit educational foundation with the purpose of facilitating the experience of Divine Unity, Love, and Truth in the world. Sufism is a living tradition of human transformation through love and higher consciousness. Our fundamental framework is classical Sufism and the Qur’an as it has been understood over the centuries by the great Sufis. The Society is affiliated with the Mevlevi Order, and offers training programs, seminars and retreats around the world."
"The Contemplative Society is an inclusive non-profit association that encourages a deepening of contemplative prayer based in the Christian Wisdom tradition while also welcoming and being supportive of other meditation traditions. We offer a consistent and balanced path for spiritual growth and transformation rooted in prayer, silence, mindful work, and in the 1500-year-old wisdom of our Benedictine contemplative heritage."
Christianity: Is a Second Reformation Possible, Even Likely? (a panel discussion with Adam Bucko, Matthew Wright, and Francis Bennett moderated by Cameron McColl)