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Mending a torn world women in interreligious dialogue by Maura O"Neill

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Published by Orbis Books in Maryknoll, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Women and religion,
  • Religions -- Relations,
  • Dialogue -- Religious aspects

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMaura O"Neill.
SeriesFaith meets faith series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL458 .O53 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17884245M
ISBN 109781570757266
LC Control Number2007013448
OCLC/WorldCa122701566

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  Mending the Torn Fabric is an excellent book to be used during a support group of The Compassionate Friends. The death of a child is the most difficult tear in the fabric of life. Just learning some coping methods is difficult, and the book is of help in exploring options. I only wish the book were available in paper back and was not so expensive/5(8). Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Neill, Maura. Mending a torn world. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Book Review: Mending a Torn World: Women in Interreligious Dialogue Maura O’Neill, Orbis Books: New York, As a woman who is interested and involved in dialogue and relationship with those of other faiths – in part due to an overlying interest in living peace-fully – the title of Maura O’Neill’s book drew my attention. Mending the Torn Fabric book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The analogy of the torn fabric was first used by the author /5(2).

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  Give us spiritual insight in how to do our small part in mending our ripped and torn world. Help us crave Your discernment regarding our words and actions each and every day. Are we tearing others apart by our words or are we being a part of God’s restorative work in the world today? Oh, God, reveal Your motivations to us in this very minute.   Mending or repairing anything is the antithesis of the frenetic busy-ness, constant inessential travel, and rampant overconsumption that COVID is forcing us to reckon with. Mending Life presents the micro-action of mending as both meditation and practice, the solution for a torn sleeve and the pattern for a larger cultural shift. “Small. The Torn World is just what I wished for but couldn't have come up with by myself, but thankfully Melanie Karsak did it for us all! The author knew how to bring this series to a final big bang and then some. She really couldn't have done a better job if you ask me. In the end it all came together and I for one had no idea how this all would /5(41).   For the best results with any type of DIY book repair, you need book or binding glue. Acid-free glue is a must because any acid in the glue will eventually eat away at the spine of your book. You can find acid-free options (including those made specifically for books or binding) at your local craft store, book binding store, or the world wide web.