The Center for Spiritual Imagination is dedicated to deepening and enriching human relationships with spirit, self, and Earth in new and ancient ways. Drawing from the wisdom of Benedictine, Carmelite, and Franciscan contemplative traditions, the Center seeks to translate the gifts of monastic wisdom to a form that can be used in everyday life. In this way, ancient rhythms of prayer and practice support engaged practitioners from all walks of life in answering the cry of the poor and the cry of the Earth.
An Interview with Fr. Adam Bucko by New Camaldoli Hermitage looks at the “Spiritual but Not Religious” and the need for new models of spiritual mentorship.