Social Justice

There is no peace without justice – and the experience of peace that we find in meditation awakens a stronger commitment to witness and work for justice in all areas of life.

In a world of increasing political tension and terrorist violence, economic and social injustice and financial corruption, Meditatio stimulates the awareness of the vital connection between interior and external peace and between personal transformation and social change.

To learn more about WCCM’s work in this field, or to get involved, visit our outreach website.
http://www.meditatio.co.uk/social-justice/

Talks

Seminars

A Contemplative Response to Austerity

Teesside University, Middlesbrough on 13 July 2016 Part I: Anglican Bishop of Whitby, The Rt Revd Paul Ferguson opening the Conference before Laurence’s key note

Meditation & the Poor

Fr. Laurence spent Wednesday 11 April with a group of meditators,many of whom are or have been homeless, in Boston. The group is led by

Stories from Prison

Morning of Meditation – Unlocking Freedom and Joy – Christian Meditation in PrisonGuest Speaker: James Bishop (International Coordinator for Prison Outreach)February 24, 2018St. John of

A Contemplative Response to Austerity

Teesside University, Middlesbrough on 13 July 2016 Part I: Anglican Bishop of Whitby, The Rt Revd Paul Ferguson opening the Conference before Laurence’s key note

Meditation & the Poor

Fr. Laurence spent Wednesday 11 April with a group of meditators,many of whom are or have been homeless, in Boston. The group is led by

Stories from Prison

Morning of Meditation – Unlocking Freedom and Joy – Christian Meditation in PrisonGuest Speaker: James Bishop (International Coordinator for Prison Outreach)February 24, 2018St. John of

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