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Wednesday, 08 June 2011

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Gary Manders

"The more the activity in which one is engaged, the greater the need for contemplative prayer: this is not "either/or"."

I think Leech and Coakely share a similar vision as reagards silent prayer. Her exposition of leading a silent prayer group in prison is excellent. I am encouraged to make this practice more central in my life, so thank you for mining and sharing such a rich vain of resources for the faith journey.

Paul Fromont

Thanks Gary, and thanks for your earlier comment Andy.

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