Network for Peace
Network for Peace

Network for Peace through Dialogue

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  • View our latest "Common Ground" Skype dialogue with Aidan Ferris

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  • Mimi and Marvie Misolas MM LRD

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  • Don, our magician, enthralls us all!

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  • Indigenous Women and Climate Change forum at the UN during Earth Week

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  • Earth Day 2015 at the UN

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  • Our Common Ground Project

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  • What material things could you do without?

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  • Living Room Dialogue | How Do You Relate to Earth Daily?

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  • Recognition Night 2014 | Everyone present received this Global Puzzle

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  • Modern Slavery an Educational Resource

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Updates

Remembering last year's Recognition Night 2014 honoring Miriam Therese MacGillis.
Watch our new videos here!


Spring 2015 Newsletter available here!


Explore our work on: Human Trafficking
and Advocacy for Women

 

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Events

Annual Recognition Night
Save the date:
October 22, 2015


Living Room Dialogues

'Laudato Si', the recent encyclical of Pope Francis on "care for our common home".

Upcoming Sessions:

  • September 17, 2015
  • October 8, 2015
  • November 12, 2015
  • December 3, 2015

Explore our interviews re our Our Common Ground


Past Events

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Practices of High Quality Dialogue

 


See statement of Leadership Conference of Women Religious regarding the importance of Dialogue and its practice in resolving conflict.


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Our hope is that the positive outcome of the assessment and mandate will lead to the creation of additional spaces within the Catholic Church where the church leadership and membership can speak together regularly about the critical matters before all of us. The collective exploration of the meaning and application of key theological, spiritual, social, moral, and ethical concepts must be an ongoing effort for all of us in the world today.

Admittedly, entering into a commitment to regular and consistent dialogue about core matters that have the potential to divide us can be arduous, demanding work, but work that is ultimately transformative. However challenging these efforts are, in a world marked by polarities and intolerance of difference, perhaps no work is more important. In an epoch of massive change in the world, we believe such efforts towards ongoing dialogue are fundamental and essential for the sake of our future as a global community. We hope that our years of working through this difficult mandate made some small contribution to this end.

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Network for Peace through Dialogue

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