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Founded in 1987

Richard Rohr founded the Center for Action and Contemplation because he saw a deep need for the integration of both action and contemplation.

The Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Latest Podcast

Dialogue 2: Chapter 10, The Long Text

This is the second dialogue that focuses on the mystic, Julian of Norwich. In this episode, Jim and Kirsten discuss Session 2 where Jim continues his through Chapter 10 from The…

Daily Meditations

Acting In Conscious Love

The little way is the spirituality of imperfection; we come to God not by doing it right, but by doing it wrong. Continue Reading Acting In Conscious


The Franciscan Way

Get a unique window into Franciscan thought and practice with Franciscan Richard Rohr. Step outside your comfortable ideas and habits. Move into new experiences of God, self, and others. Registration opens September 6th.

What’s New

Enroll Now in Mystical Sobriety — a New Online Course featuring James Finley

Embark upon a deep exploration of past pain and trauma and learn to recognize attachments of the mind and heart to disengage from cycles of suffering. Integrating spirituality and psychology, Mystical Sobriety is a new 12-week online course that invites us to deepen our sense of oneness and develop the strength to address our hurts with Love. Discover how God’s healing grace can sustain us even within the cycles of grief and suffering. This course includes four LIVE virtual calls with James Finley guiding students through the tender seriousness of this material. 

“There is a deep relationship between the inner revolution of prayer and the transformation of social structures and social consciousness. Our hope lies in the fact that meditation is going to change the society that we live in, just as it has changed us.”



We Are More Than Separate Observers

It is a hard truth that most of our human experience is spent in a state of perpetual fragmentation and separateness. It seems our built-in survival mechanism is to split reality and create dualistic categories for safety and control. Our lived experience is a private island, convinced that we ourselves are

“It is being together in our wholeness, with the entire body of Christ, that makes it somehow easier to believe that we are beautiful.”


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Explore the Sermon on the Mount

In Jesus’ Alternative Plan, Fr. Richard Rohr invites readers to realign their lives with Jesus’ blueprint for an alternative lifestyle that overturns conventional wisdom and power structures.

Sketch Drawing of the Bell Tower at the Visitor Center at the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, NM


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