A circle of friends on pilgrimage for the love of God

At its most basic and fun­da­men­tal lev­el, Chris­t­ian med­i­ta­tion is sim­ply a lov­ing atten­tive­ness to God. – Richard Foster

The purpose of meditation is to enable us to hear God more clearly. Meditation is listening, sensing, heeding the life and light of Christ. This comes right to the heart of our faith. The life that pleases God is not a set of religious duties; it is to hear His voice and obey His word. Meditation opens the door to this way of living. – Richard Foster

In a world of constant noise and endless discussion, it is helpful to pause, to quiet ourselves, to listen, to pay attention. May these short reflections on prayers, Scriptures, saints, and more encourage your own meditation and prayer.

St. Patrick’s Breastplate