The Christian Meditation Community WA invites you to attend the below events with Fr Laurence Freeman OSB who will be in Perth in April 2016. Laurence Freeman OSB is a Benedictine monk and the spiritual guide and Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation and the Director of the WCCM Oblate community. He is also the [...]
The Kindle form of the Dayspring Prayer Book is currently unavailable via the Amazon store. We are in the process of negotiating with another publisher to have the Kindle edition up and running again quickly. In the meantime we still have plenty of the paperback editions available for sale at $25 each ($20 for members). [...]
Dear Members and Friends, We have been updating our website with the events that are planned for 2016 – check out the events page. Thank you for your past support of Dayspring. We appreciate having you as part of our community and as we have started into a new year would like to give you the opportunity [...]
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We were delighted that Margaret Silf graciously agreed to officially launch the Dayspring Daily Prayer book which has been written and edited mostly by Brian Holliday. The book launch took place after Margaret’s Sacred in the City day retreat in September 2015 . We invited friends to come to the launch, share the celebration with us and enjoy refreshments. [...]
For thirty years, I had puzzled a deeper truth in Early Christianity’s choice of precisely four gospel texts and their sequencing into a Three-Year Sunday Reading Cycle: What lay behind those choices? Were they the result of a believed oral tradition? Winners in a protracted theological tussle? Or were the four clearly inspired? On a [...]
In the Psalms we find a collection of prayers, which offer us a window through which to view human nature and experience, and a mirror in which we can see ourselves vividly reflected. These qualities prompted John Calvin to conclude: I have been accustomed to call this, I think not inappropriately, ‘An Anatomy of All [...]