Page Title: Spiritual Literacy in Today's World Index | Spirituality & Practice

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Page Description: These articles include readings, quotes, prayers, and spiritual practices to help you turn the challenges of our times into opportunities for peacemaking and justice.

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Page Text: Prayers and Meditations for Wartime - 6 A collection of prayers and meditations for wartime. Peace A Litany of Unity and Hope By Karen Senecal This litany, written for a New York City Christian congregation after September 11, is based on the Prophet Muhammad's words about peace and justice. Peace Prayers for Our Leaders A collection of prayers for political and government leaders and the people who elect them. Justice Spiritual Responses to the Death Penalty By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Perspectives on the implications and consequences of the death penalty from spiritual writers and filmmakers. Justice Words Matter By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Quotes, readings, and spiritual practices to create a more civil society by taming the tongue, renouncing hurtful speech, and vowing to practice right speech. Kindness Peace Prompts By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Twelve passages from peace activist John Dear that can be used to encourage the peacemaker in us all. Peace Reflections on Revenge By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Revenge is on top at the movie box-office. But what do the spiritual traditions teach about how we should respond to violence and injustice? Forgiveness What I Would Say to Osama bin Laden By Anne A. Simpkinson , Thich Nhat Hanh Reprint of an interview published originally in September 2001. Compassion Facing Death By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Saint Benedict advised us to keep death daily before our eyes. How can we get beyond fearing death, wanting it out of sight and out of mind? Connections Celebrating Diversity By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat What has happened to unity within diversity? Here are ways to develop respect for those with whom we disagree or whose views we don't understand. Connections

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