from the Center for Reconciliation
"The Future is Mestizo" featured Father Virgilio Elizondo and Kit Danley. Recordings are available through iTunes U.
Abikök (“Abi”) Riak has been named manager of operations and programs for the center.
“The Future is Mestizo: Communities of New Creation at the Borders of Separation,” hosted by the Center for Reconciliation and co-sponsored by the Hispanic House of Studies, will take place Sept. 16-17.
Three attendees of the Duke Summer Institute sought inspiration and a deeper understanding of reconciliation.
Annual event hosted by the Center for Reconciliation offers renewal and spiritual nourishment.
Archbishop Odama stepped into violence and suffering as a witness for reconciliation in Uganda, where he has become a critical voice in engaging the Lord’s Resistance Army and advocating for peace.
The reception will celebrate "Places of Redemption," the school's 2011 Juried Arts Exhibit, now on display through May 16.
The Center for Reconciliation would like to share 10 of the top stories of reconciliation from the past year—stories of lament and truth-telling, as well as stories of redemption and hope.
Rev. Jaylynn Byassee, minister at Duke Memorial United Methodist in Durham, N.C., describes her congregation’s journey from “helping the poor” to pursuing friendship with the poor.
Read and watch the story of Bryan Carey, a senior at Virginia Tech and a participant in “Reconcilers Weekend,” hosted by the Center for Reconciliation, as he discerns his calling to peacemaking and justice.