The Community in Mexico launched recently a video on the visit of Laurence Freeman to the Teresian School in in Mexico City (December 2017). It shows principals, teachers, parents and children speaking on the meaning and importance of meditation in the school.
On 13 July 2016, Teeside University in Middlesbrough hosted the Meditatio seminar “A Contemplative Response to Austerity.” Two videos are now available of talks from this seminar.
Part I features the Anglican Bishop of Whitby, The Rt Revd Paul Ferguson opening the seminar followed by Bethany Eckley, Director of Research and Policy at CUF (Church Urban Fund). It can be viewed below:
Part II features the Very Rev Canon Derek Turnham, Episcopal Vicar for Christian Disclipeship, from the Diocese of Middlesbrough. He speaks about the role of Caritas and the Catholic Social Action Network (CSAN). It can be viewed below:
In his old age, after my mother died, my father started meditating again, this time with help from Ng Kok Song (who) brought a friend to see my father, a Benedictine monk who teaches Christian meditation. My father was not a Christian, but he was happy to learn from this Benedictine monk. (Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister, Singapore).
In the video below you can watch the conversation between Fr. Laurence Freeman and Lee Kuan Yew.