Theosophical Society Calls for Faith Groups to Take Up Dialogue

April 11, 2006

Source: PRNewswire

On April 11, 2006 PRNewswire reported, "Rejecting rank fundamentalism and opting instead to achieve interfaith cooperation, the Theosophical Society in America ( will open its Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference on May 19th, 2006 by inviting leading representatives of Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islamic, Judaic, and Native American traditions to begin formulating a positive, shared vision for the future. The conference, which will be held May 19-21 at the Kay Spiritual Life Center in D.C., is titled 'Globalization and Spirituality: Creating a Language of Possibility'... The Society hopes participants and attendees will come away from the conference with a better understanding about the implications of globalization, in order to create a new covenant together that advocates the physical, mental and emotional health and safety of all the world's citizens."