The Realities and Perils of Unity Today: NCCC General Secretary, Jim Winkler, and Center Director, Dr. Michael Reid Trice, discuss the realities of religious unity in a complicated global context today. Take a listen on the Center Soundcloud page, in cooperation with the Religica Theolab.
Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and author of The Gift of Anger: And Other Lessons From My Grandfather will be visiting the Center and the University April 21-24, 2020. He will co-teach with Center Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice among other activities. Information is forthcoming.
Renowned Scottish Poet, Robert Burns, penned Auld Lang Syne in 1788. You might recognize it, as scores of millions sing it around the world at the stroke of midnight as we ring in a New Year. The poem begins with a question: Should we forget those who have shaped our past in the “long, long ago?” The poem concludes that, rather than forgetfulness, we may instead raise kindness by the cupful in the promises of the coming year. Like a year gone by, the new Center team and Advisory Council are building upon the shoulders of three years past. Cups of kindness mean [...]