United against divisiveness

Live audio chat with John Minard, C.S.B. and Libby Hoffman

In this chat, Christian Science practitioner and teacher John Minard and Elisabeth ("Libby") Hoffman, President and Founder of Catalyst for Peace, an organization devoted to reconciliation and peace-building, answer questions and share thoughts about how to overcome whatever would divide people and nations.

John and Libby respond to questions about divisiveness in family relationships including marriage, in church organizations, in management of a housing unit, in working with others. They also address conditions in the Middle East, reconciliation and moral values, and working with others.

Speaking out of her experience with Catalyst for Peace, Libby shares spiritual concepts that have helped people on both sides of the conflict in Sierra Leone move toward reconciliation. As co-founder of "Fambul Tok," which means "Family Talk," Libby also offers some examples of its peace-building work in Sierra Leone communities.

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