Dimapur, June 16: A 1-day programme on ‘Ecumenical dialogue and peace building’ was held on June 16 at Cathedral Church. Participants representing various associations like youth; women and elders attended the programme, which was aimed at enhancing peaceful co-existence among various denominations in the community.
Rev. Dr. George Keduolhou Angami, vice principal of St Joseph’s College, Jakhama began with the appraisal that peace is a youth and inter-faith movement brining individuals to a common ground for dialogue for peaceful coexistence and harmony in the society. He gave an outline on the aspect of ecumenism, how it evolved and its importance.
Fr. George concluded by quoting Pope Francis that “Everyone must be committed on a matter of peace”.
Later, Arhomo C Ngullie, trainer and coordinator of peace channel facilitated a demonstration on dialogue and negotiation by inviting some participants to the stage. He highlighted the importance of dialogue and negotiation towards rebuilding Nagaland. He also presented the objectives, motto, vision and outcome of ecumenical dialogue and peace building in Nagaland.
(Page News Service)