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Quiet Day: The Divine Indwelling & the Search for Happiness

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Join us for a day of silence and contemplation as we delve deeply into what it means to turn around and reorient ourselves on Christ—the source of all beauty, truth and goodness.

The day will include, noonday prayer, silent prayer in common, and two brief Lenten meditations by The Reverend Tyler Doherty focused on the theme of the Divine Indwelling and the Search for Happiness.

This quiet day is open to those experienced in silent prayer, and to those new to the practice. The day will end with a contemplative Eucharist at 5:00 p.m. and will be facilitated by The Very Reverend Tyler Doherty, Dean and Rector, a Benedictine oblate and long-time practitioner of contemplative prayer.

Earlier Event: March 15
Friday Holy Eucharist II
Later Event: March 16
Light in the Darkness