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Moment of Christ

Prayer as the Way to God's Fullness

Moment of Christ

Prayer as the Way to God's Fullness

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781848250208
Published: 29/06/2010

In this, the last book he wrote before his death, the spiritual writer John Main characteristically turns to the source and focus of all his inspirational teaching about prayer - the presence of Christ. He writes,'Learning to meditate is the most practical thing in the world. You require only one quality when you begin. That is seriously to want to learn - The central message of the New Testament is that there is really only one prayer and that this prayer is the prayer of Christ. It is a prayer that continues in our heart day and night'. A striking feature of the book is its emphasis on simplicity and moving beyond 'techniques' of prayer.

John Main

John Main osb served in the diplomatic service in the Far East, and taught law at Trinity College, Dublin. He founded the World Community for Christian Meditation, a worldwide spiritual family linked through daily prayer, operating in 114 countries and with over 100,000 members worldwide. www.wccm.org

John Main osb

JOHN MAIN OSB served in the diplomatic service in the Far East, and taught law at Trinity College, Dublin. He founded the World Community for Christian Meditation, a worldwide spiritual family linked through daily prayer, operating in 114 countries and with over 100,000 members worldwide. www.wccm.org

'The World Community for Christian Meditation which continues his mission is for me, as for many throughout the world, a taste of what a commitedly contemplative church might look and feel like.' -- Rowan Williams 'John Main opened the way to the direct experience of God, of truth, of reality from within the Christian tradition. He was a man of great wisdom and above all of great love.' -- Bede Griffiths