InterfaithRelations

“Dialogue is altogether a very different way of talking. Generally, we think of dialogue as “better conversation,” but there is much more to it. Dialogue, as defined, is a conversation with a center, not sides. It is a way of taking the energy of our differences and channeling that energy toward something that has never been created before. It lifts us out of polarization and into a greater sense of the commonalty, and is thereby a means for accessing the intelligence and coordinated power of groups of people.”

 William Isaacs

STM Cycle of Prayer

We pray today for the Ministerial and Theological Integration 2 class taught by Richard Russell; Joanna Owen, staff; Shannon Britton and Pamela Brokaw, students.

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