Méditation :
Christian Meditation Group
Lundi, 06.03, 13.03 et 20.03.2017 - 19:00

Under the wing of The World Community for Christian Meditation (www.wccm.org), a group has been set up in 2015 to meditate in the Christian tradition that was rediscovered and revived by a Benedictine monk, John Main OSB (1926-1982). The origins of Christian meditation go back to the Desert Fathers and to John Cassian (c 360─435).

The essence of Christian meditation is stillness, silence and simplicity. Meditating in the Christian tradition is about being with God rather than talking to God or thinking about God. Simplicity means letting go of all self-analysis and self-reflection. Silence means letting go of all thoughts, ideas and images. Stillness means letting go of desire. Following Jesus’ words, we leave our (false) selves behind to return to our true selves and find peace and joy in God.

You are welcome to join us on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in the crypt of the Chapel. Please come about 10 minutes early, because we need to lock the entrance to the Chapel before we start. The meditation evenings take about 45 minutes, including 25 minutes of meditation proper, after which we invite you to stay on for refreshments and fellowship.

The Brussels Christian Meditation Group is ecumenical. All are welcome. Come as you are.

Please contact Frits Smulders at frits.smulders@icloud.com if you have any practical questions or if you plan to come for the first time, as evenings may occasionally be cancelled at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances.

Que le vent soit toujours
derrière vous
Et la pluie tombe doucement
sur vos champs.

Document à telécharger
"L’homélie du Mgr Jozef De Kesel, Archevêque de l’Archidiocèse de Malines-Bruxelles lors de la célébration du 15ème Anniversaire de l’inauguration oecuménique de la Chapelle pour l’Europe au service des milieux européens. Bruxelles, 28 septembre 2016"


Conference to download
"Is God 5G compatible ?"

Presentations from Ms. Erin Green (CEC Comunication Coord) and Daniel Izuzquiza SJ ( Dir. Digital Magazines) [EN]

Conférence à télécharger
"Le rôle des chrétiens dans l’Europe d’aujourd’hui"

Le discours de Herman Van Rompuy [EN]

Agenda Mars 2017

Chaque jeudi :
Ecumenical Prayer Lunch
Le prochain Prayer Lunch
Jeudi 30.03.2017, 13:00
Célébré par Sean Carroll, a member of the Quaker House in Brussels

Mercredi des cendres
Mercredi 01.03.2017 - 13:15 et 18:00

Méditation :
Ignatian Prayer Group
Vendredi, 03.03, 10.03, 17.03, 24.03. and 31.03.2017- 18:00

Movie Afternoon
"The plight of undocumented migrants in Europe"
Samedi, 04.03.2017 - 14:00

Sunday European Mass for Young Professionals
Dimanche 05.03. et 19.03. 2017 - 19:00

Méditation :
Christian Meditation Group
Lundi, 06.03, 13.03 et 20.03.2017 - 19:00

Table Ronde
Droits Humains et modes de consommation européens
Mardi, 07.03.2017, 15:00

Exposition de photographies : Conflict Minerals
Mardi, 07.03.2017, 17:00

Conférence :
Islam and Europe : is there a common ground ?
Mercredi 08.03.2017, 19:00

Flûte et guitare - Au profit de Foi et Lumière
Lundi, 13.03.2017, 13:30

Travellers Café
The Heart of Iran
Mercredi, 15.03.2017 - 19:00

Commemoration Eucharist BXL Attacks
Mercredi, 22.03.2017 - 13:15

Movie Night
Mercredi, 22.03.2017 - 19:00

Veillé de Prière Oecumenique bilingue
Vendredi, 24.03.2017, 20:00

Messe pour les enfants animée par les parents
Dimanche, 26.03.2017 - 11:00

Book Launch :
"Advancing Religious Freedom"
Lundi, 27.03.2017, 19:00
organized by CEC. Further details to follow.

Anglican Communion Service
Mardi 28.03.2017 - 12:15

Prière de Midi Orthodoxe
Mercredi, 29/03/2017, 12:30