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| editorial |
| in memoriam |
| creative encounters |
Weapons Without Boundaries
Edith Stein and Catholic-Jewish Relations
Culture and Christian-Muslim Dialogue in MoluccasIndonesia
| sacred places |
| practically speaking |
| focus on the interreligious movement |
| from the archives |
| poetry |
| prayers and meditation |
Prayer of Teilhard
Campidoglio The Capitoline Hill, Rome
Rome was founded on seven hills. One, the Capitoline, today is a central landmark, dominated by Michelangelo’s Piazza Campidoglio. The word is a cognate of “Capitoline” and celebrates the “capitol” status of this Roman landmark. Home of the Temple of Saturn and the Temple of Jupiter.
The Capitoline is the smallest of Rome’s seven hills. It adjoins the Roman Forum, and was a place celebrated in antiquity, in the medieval period, and today, as a center of archaeological interest and touristic fascination.
The “Awakened World 2012” conference, which touches so many pages of this issue of Insight, will hold its first Press Conference on the Piazza Campidoglio. It’s hard to imagine a more appropriate venue for a global conversation about the evolution of religion and spirituality.