Cathedral of the Incarnation
12:15 PM Holy Eucharist
12:45 PM Centering Prayer and Discussion
Meditate on Scripture, come to the Table of the Lord, and then stay to experience Centering Prayer. Centering Prayer is a contemplative practice that will help you move beyond thoughts and emotions into quiet communion with God.
You may attend either the Eucharist, the Centering Prayer time or both; together they provide a refreshing midday break for soul and spirit. Note: We provide brief instruction for those who are new to this spiritual practice.
|Date||Propers – Year B||Celebrant||Centering Prayer Leader|
|July 3||Independence Day||Charles Cloughen+||Gregory Hartzler-Miller|
|July 10||Benedict of Nursia, Abbot of Monte Cassino, c. 540||Tim Grayson+||Tim Grayson+|
|July 17||William White|
Bishop of Pennsylvania, 1836
|Cristina Paglinauan+||Cristina Paglinauan+|
|July 24||Thomas á Kempis|
|July 31||Ignatius of Loyola|
Priest and Monastic, 1556
|August 7||John Mason Neale|
|Bishop Sutton||Bishop Sutton|