Item description for Where Two or Three Are Gathered: Community Life for the Contemporary Religious by Loren Kruger & Barbara Fiand...
Overview In a clear, systematic and appealing style, Barbara Fiand presents an analysis of community within a human, cultural and religious framework of consciousness.
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Studio: Crossroad/Faith & Formation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.13" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Crossroad/Faith & Formation
ISBN 0824511514 ISBN13 9780824511517
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More About Loren Kruger & Barbara Fiand
Loren Kruger is a graduate of the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Cornell University, and teaches the history and theory of drama and other cultural forms at the University of Chicago. She is the author of The National Stage (1992) and The Drama of South Africa (1999), and the editor of Lights and Shadows: The Autobiography of Leontine Sagan (1996), and of South African special issues of Theatre Journal and Theatre Research International.
Loren Kruger has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Chicago.
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The Vision Dec 28, 2001
Sister Barbara Fiand, who frequently conducts workshops and retreats for men and women religious, shares her vision of Religious life in Where Two or Three Are Gathered as expressed by the Leadership Conference of Women Religious: "In 2010 we [religious] will be characterized by inclusivity and intentionality. Our communities may include persons of different ages, genders, cultures, races, and sexual orientation. They may include persons who are lay or cleric, married or single, as well as vowed and/or unvowed members. They will have a core group and persons with temporary and permanent commitments. Our communities will be ecumenical, possibly interfaith; faith-sharing will be constitutive of the quality of life in this context of expanded membership."