Second Triratna Buddhist Centre opens in Mexico City
On Thu, 25 October, 2012 - 06:01
It’s been a busy year for Triratna’s flourishing Mexico City Buddhist Centre - known as the CBCM, or the Centro Budista de la Ciudad de México - and it’s not over yet! Rodolfo Ordonez, a Mexican mitra writes to say - “Thanks for everything and greetings from Mexico. Mexico Triratna´s Buddhist Community is really pleased to announce that we’ll be celebrating the opening of a second Triratna Buddhist Center in the south of the city on the 5th November.
“The Coyoacán Buddhist Centre will be providing a second home to our growing community with the usual activities of Buddhism and meditation. It has been founded by the same Council that runs the main Center, in the Roma area of central Mexico City, however our plan is that in around twelve months Coyoacán will be autonomous, with a new council and chairman continuing our effort to make available Triratna and Buddhist teachings to more and more people.
If you’d like more information please contact us. We’ve also published into Spanish four books this year - “Sangharakshita: A New Voice in the Buddhist Tradition”, “The Triratna Story”, “Know Your Mind ” and “The History of my Going for Refuge”; plus we’ve had one person ordained recently with another one being ordained at the end of the year.
The photos show the new Buddhist Centre and some of the work we have done on it.