Interview with Rev. William Skudlarek, OSB
This interview offers a slice of a Benedictine monk's twenty years of accumulated insight practicing interreligious dialogue. The discussion highlights his experiences with Buddhists in Japan, but also remarks on dialogue with Muslims. He stresses listening, rootedness in tradition, and preserving and promoting the good in other religions.
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