Visitor Center — Center for Action and Contemplation

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Due to the risk of community spread of COVID-19, we have suspended Morning Sit and temporarily closed our Visitor Center and Bookstore. Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our staff and guests—as well as Father Richard—and we will reopen as soon as it is safe.

When we’re able to safely reopen, we hope you’ll come to browse our onsite bookstore, including an extensive selection of books by Father Richard Rohr as well as the rest of our core faculty, Cynthia Bourgeault, James Finley, Barbara Holmes, and Brian McLaren. Or come to enjoy the natural beauty of our grounds, including the natural beauty of our famous cottonwood tree–contemplate, pray, read, or even sketch under its vast canopy amid the silence of your surroundings.

You may also want to walk the seven circuits of the Labyrinth of the Dancing Christ, circling inward to rest at the center in Presence. The labyrinth is at our Stillpoint location (1823 Five Points Rd. SW), originally built by the Damien Brothers as an AIDS memorial chapel.

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