Christian Zen zazenkai (all day sit)
9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Sitting Schedule for 2018 at McMahon House:
All Day Retreats Held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 pm-followed by an optional mass .We are located at the McMahon Guest House, 1061 Upper Union Street, Franklin, Ma. All are welcome....
September Week long Retreat 22nd through the 29th.
Our Saturday am meditations held at the Prelate Suite at the Abbey, 300 Arnold Street, Wrentham, Ma. from 9:00 to 11:00 am, followed by discussion group are as follows:
Each Wednesday night meditations are held from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm at the McMahon House. Fr. Kevin, Roshi and Cynthia Kin Ryu, Sensei give teishos every other Wednesday and interviews every other Wednesday.
Beginners to Long term Practitioners. All are welcome
Mount St Mary's Abbey
300 Arnold Street
Contact Person: Cynthia Kin Ryu Taberner, Sensei
Morning Star Zendo
Providence Zen Center, RI
Maria Kannon Zen Center, TX
The Pathless Path, AZ
Monastic Interreligious Dialogue Bodhi Zendo, Madras
Wild Goose Sangha, UK
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Kevin Jiun Hunt, OCSO, Roshi was certified as teacher of Zen in 2005 by Roshi Robert Jinsen Kennedy, student of Bernard Tetsugen Glassman and Maezumi Roshi (White Plum Sangha).Fr. Kevin Hunt, O.C.S.O., has been a Trappist Monk at Spencer Abbey for over fifty years. In 2004, after thirty years of Zen meditation and training, he was installed as a Zen sensei (teacher), making him the first North American Trappist to be both Catholic monk and authorized Zen instructor. Fr. Kevin was then made Roshi on January 5, 2018 by Roshi Robert Jinsen Kennedy.
Roshi can be reached at: email@example.com
Cynthia Kin Ryu Taberner, Sensei received full Dharma transmission from Kevin Jiun Hunt, OCSO, Roshi in July 2017. Sensei is Fr. Kevin Jiun Hunt, Roshi's, first Dharma heir.
Sensei can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quote from the Holy Father
It is "the duty of the Christians now to draw from (the) rich heritage of (the East) the elements compatible with their faith in order to enrich Christian thought." The Church of the future "will judge herself enriched by all that comes from today's engagement with Eastern cultures and will find in this inheritance fresh cues for fruitful dialogue with the cultures which will emerge as humanity moves into the future."
-John Paul II, on Faith and Reason