Fr Bill Sheehan

Fr Bill Sheehan

Centering Prayer and the Welcoming Prayer

Fr Bill SheehanRev. Bill Sheehan, OMI, is an experienced retreat director and has led many Centering Prayer workshops and retreats around the country.

Fr Bill has participated in Contemplative Outreach (founded by Fr Thomas Keating, OCSO) since 1983 and has practiced centering prayer and guided others in this way of prayer for more than 25 years.

Fr. Bill has a rich background in pastoral ministry as a pastor and in marriage counseling. He served as Director of Ministry to Priests in the Miami diocese. In the Oblates Eastern America Province he served as provincial as well as formation director and novice director. Recently, Fr. Bill was appointed to the Advisory Board of the quarterly magazine, Human Development (published by Regis University). He is a member of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and lives in an Oblate House of Prayer in Lowell, Massachusetts.

 Fr Bill Sheehan CD Emotional Sobriety with Fr. Bill Sheehan on CD
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 Fr Bill Sheehan CD The 11th Step – Centering Prayer and the Welcoming Prayer with Fr. Bill Sheehan on CD
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