Join Us this Saturday for World Peace Convention & Luncheon

The St. Thomas University community is cordially invited to attend the International Convention on Achieving World Peace, a gathering of religious and academic leaders who are propelling a peace model that is making its way around the globe. Following the lunch session, Monsignor Casale will be one of the presenters at the awards ceremony. 

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INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON ACHIEVING WORLD PEACE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 2014

Morning sessions: 8:45 – 12 noon
Lunch & Awards Ceremony 12:00 noon – 1:30 PM
Afternoon session 1:30 – 4:00 PM
CMP Business Meeting 5:00 – 8:00 PM

EVELYN & GEORGE GOLDBLOOM CONVOCATION HALL




About the Centre for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation:
The pillar of peace behind the mission is the Very Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Mathew Paul Edeh, C.S. Sp.; OFR, who founded the Centre in Africa. His priestly foundation led him to academia, articulating and formulating the Mmadi philosophy, which gave way to a school of thought known as Edeh’s philosophy of Thought and Action. The main thought behind it is the “good that is” –our duty to recognize the good in others, reciprocating God’s love to us by providing for and sustaining our neighbor. The Mmadi philosophy serves as the pillar for Rev. Edeh’s initiative, now adopted by universities worldwide as well as governmental and non-governmental institutions. Rev. Edeh conceived the Madonna International Charity Peace Award Foundation.