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Virtual Sit Meditations for Lent 2024

Join the CAC online contemplative community for a series of free Virtual Sit Meditations broadcast every Friday during Lent.

Since its founding in 1987, the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) has begun each day with a 20-minute period of contemplative prayer that our founder, Father Richard Rohr, likes to call “Daily Sit.” In that spirit, we invite you to walk the self-emptying path of Jesus with us this Lenten season in a series of free Virtual Sit Meditations that we will broadcast on our YouTube channel every Friday during Lent, from February 16 to March 29.

Led by CAC faculty and staff, these Virtual Sit Meditations will explore teachings from Richard Rohr’s book Wondrous Encounters while offering our global CAC community a time of shared insight, stillness, and reflection. 

Event Details   

Join us on our YouTube channel every Friday during Lent from 11:00–11:30am PT. Participants will need a device with reliable Internet access, such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer to stream the virtual sit meditations. 

Recordings for each Virtual Sit Meditation are available on our YouTube channel.

See below for links to prior recordings:

Sign Up for the Lenten Email Series

As we enter the season of Lent, many of us feel called to clear away the old to make room for new growth to emerge. Sign-up for our free Lenten email series and you will receive a teaching in your inbox to inspire your Lenten practice and prepare you for that week’s Virtual Sit Meditation.

We hope you will join us for this opportunity to go beyond the surface of Lenten practice and enter shared stillness and grace.  

Please note that event details are subject to change. Please contact our Community Support team if you have any questions.  

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