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The CFR holds the pilgrimage to expose Divinity School students to the need for reconciliation and explore how God is at work in Durham. 

Bishop Will Willimon’s materials from the Pulpit Resource quarterly he has written over the last two decades is being published in a seven-volume series.

The goal of the yearlong Conflict Conversations series is to help the Duke Divinity School community understand the skills necessary to deal effectively with interpersonal, congregational, and other forms of group conflict.

Rev. Dr. Christopher Beeley will serve as professor of theology and as the Jack and Barbara Bovender Professor of Anglican Episcopal Studies and Ministry, and he will lead the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies. 

The school has been selected for its commitment to integrate service and justice with faith and theological exploration.

The workshop emphasized how spiritual pilgrimage could be used as a way to learn the story of a place, lament oppression, and witness resilience. 

Four Duke Divinity School students will attend the institute to explore how the theology of reconciliation can build peace in the Great Lakes region of East Africa. 

RISE helps new students adjust to theological studies at Duke Divinity School.

Duke Divinity School students, faculty and staff spent five days in South Korea exploring the theology of reconciliation in Northeast Asia and gaining insights on how to further reconciliation in the U.S.

Edgardo Colón-Emeric is scheduled to have an audience in October with Pope Francis as part of a delegation from the Methodist-Catholic Dialogue. 

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