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Glastonbury Abbey Lecture Series to Start

Marshfield Mariner (Marshfield, MA) , September 22, 2004

Summary:

The Benedictine Monks in Hingham announce the Glastonbury Series, "Listening to Other Voices: The Roots That Feed Us - How the Stories of Our Past Continue to Give Meaning and Direction to Our Present ."

This is the sixth year for the abbey's lecture series, which offers an opportunity for people of all denominations and faiths on the South Shore to participate in inter-religious conversation.

The theme this year explores how various religious traditions continue to nurture one today. This year's speakers represent Native American, Buddhist, Jewish and Christian traditions and use poetry, war, dance, science, tradition and the ancient art of storytelling as invitation to listen to their voices in dialogue with one's own particular religious tradition.

Subjects Covered: education


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