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    Ecumenical Essay Contest Winners 2014

    We congratulate our two essay contest winners for 2014!
    Andrew Cuff, Catholic University of America, Συμπροσευχή (Prayer): Defeating the Otherness Mentality with Joint Catholic-Orthodox Prayer
    Runner up, Ardaine Gooden of Howard University School of Divinity for his paper, Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue: Is this an End to an Era of Divide
    We thank them for their thought provoking submissions!
    Andrew’s Essay will be published in the LOGOS:…


    For Students

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    A joyful welcome to the world of theological education, which includes over a dozen member schools and institutions of the Washington Theological Consortium. For decades the Consortium has made possible…


    For the Public

    Religious leaders, educators, and the general public are welcome to our open  events, which focus on Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue. Join major figures for presentation and discussion, and enjoy a nice reception (if you RSVP!). You may view upcoming events here.
    There are also resources and information for religious leaders and the general public about ecumenism, interfaith work, and the programs…


    For Faculty

    This page contains a growing list of resources and information for faculty and administrators of the Consortium.
    As a faculty member from an institution of the Consortium, you can:

    Attend the yearly  Faculties’ Convocation to develop professional relationships in your fields of interest and among the broad array of Consortium school faculties;
    Participate in the work of Faculty Area Groups throughout the year…