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C. F. Andrews: Gandhi’s Friend

Often the friendships made at a conference are remembered long after the keynote speeches are forgotten. In the ancient and mediaeval worlds, friendship was very highly valued. For Aristotle, friendship was the very fabric of a healthy society, and Cicero stressed the importance of friendship. The mediaeval monk Aelred even translated the Biblical verse “God is love” as “God is friendship.” (1 John 4: 8).

Conversion and Reconversion in India

Over the past few months, Indian and U.S. media have reported widely about right-wing Hindu groups’ plans to “re-convert” Muslim and Christians to Hinduism (and in some cases, Sikhism).

“It Is So Strange to Be Hated by So Many Church Leaders”

Fr. John Dear Dismissed from Jesuits

Leaders Confronting the Shadow in Religion and the World

A Different kind of power

Who was Badshah Khan?

Turning the Table on Violence

Pioneers in Hindu-Christian Interspirituality

Merton, Griffiths, and Teasdale