Dear Friends,

 We pray for you a Happy and Blessed New Year!

 I woke up today with this song on my heart and so knew it was destined to be Today's Meditation: "Let Justice Roll Like a River" by Marty Haugen.

We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends, 

We pray for you a Happy and Blessed New Year!

Today's Meditation is a celebration of the spirit of Sr. Dorothy Hennessey who took to heart the message of today's Scripture reading from Paul advising Timothy: "Fan into a flame the gift God has given you." She witnessed to what she valued. She also reminds us of our friend Fr. Roy Bourgeois who also witnessed these last 25 years against the School of the Americas training perpetrators of torture, massacres and militay coups.

We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

 We pray for you a Happy and Blessed New Year!

 Today's Meditation is a reflection by Joan Chittister on Commitment to What Makes Life Worthwhile. Note also Soul Points and the poem by Terry Tempest Williams as the Poem of the Week.

We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

We pray for you a Happy and Blessed New Year!

Today's Meditation is a reflection by David Arthur Auten on Silence.

We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

We pray for you a Happy and Blessed New Year!

Today's Meditation is Jan Phillips spelling out what she believes. What do you believe? What is your creed?

We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.