Under the umbrella of Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, The Intercultural Forum for Studies in Faith and Culture presents the web site "Hagut: Meditation of My Heart" offering meditations on the psalms used in mass each week - a source of continuing and fresh inspiration.
To explain the title a little more, in Hebrew the word "Hagut" means meditation.
"Hagut" offers commentary for each week's psalm(s), and an archive from past weeks. Also included is a glossary drawn up by Nathan Lefler, M.A.R., Yale Divinity School - featuring Jewish scholars from the period 1000 to 1250AD.
I highly recommend this web site to all those interested in a broader approach to meditation.
"Hagut: Meditation of My Heart"
Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
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