: Reports on a Trial Run of an Interfaith Retreat based on Ignatius and the Buddha in Conversation: A Resource for a Religiously Plural Dialog Juxtaposing the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius and Buddhist Wisdom Sarita Tamayo-Moraga Santa Clara University At the American Academy of Religion in November 2015, my co-panelists Ruben Habito and Andre Delbecq and I each reported on different aspects of an interfaith Buddhist-Christian retreat based on The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola for a panel titled ââPoints of Intersection and Dialogue.â The three-day retreat was held at Santa Clara University in February 2014, and all panelists attended. The retreat itself was based on Ignatius and the Buddha in Conversation: A Resource for a Religiously Plural Dialog Juxtaposing the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius and Buddhist Wisdom (henceforth referred to interchangeably either as Ignatius and the Buddha in Conversation or the resource), co-authored by Andre Delbecq, Len Tischler, Juan Velasco, Bo Tep, and myself. The origins of this Ignatius and the Buddha and a brief report on the retreat by Delbecq and Tischler have already been described in an earlier issue of , so that will not be addressed in my paper.1 My task on the
Buddhist-Christian Studies – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Oct 28, 2017
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