NYZ: Dharma Talk by Fr. Michael Koryu Holleran Sensei
October 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Fr. Michael K. Holleran is a Catholic priest, Dharma heir of Fr. Kennedy Roshi, and a former Carthusian monk. He is a follower and advocate of what his friend, the internationally renowned theologian of interfaith understanding Prof. Paul Knitter, calls “double belonging.” We can be rooted in one particular religious tradition, especially by cult and upbringing, but also receive “substantial nourishment” from another tradition. Thus, we not only experience the abundant treasures of the religions of humanity, and thereby further the global civilization that is a mark of our times; but we also are led to penetrate into aspects of the mysteries of our original tradition that we would never have perceived without this new angle of light being shed on them.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Zazen begins at 7pm, followed by walking meditation and a Dharma Talk by Fr. Michael Koryu Holleran Sensei. Tea, cookies, and discussion after the Dharma Talk.
No reservation necessary. $10 suggested contribution.
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