Women’s interfaith prayer for openness is a topic of much discussion in today’s world. The Dialogue demonstrates that the issue of women’s interfaith prayer for openness continues to be unanswered. Women inspire other women to pray for peace and justice in this world through their work at home and through their efforts in society.
After 2000 years women’s voices are beginning to be heard and with all the violence and fear I feel this can only be a benefit as we walk into a new age of awareness.
Why have women not given leadership roles?
Why have women not given leadership roles within religious organizations? The world needs more balance and women’s interfaith activities to bring about balance and harmony. We may think it is necessary, more now than ever to build societies where the inclusive understanding and commonality is found as a result of motherhood is expressed. Women are mothers; we are designed to nurture and protect beauty and life. Let us embrace Women’s interfaith Prayer based on prayer, openness and justice within the context of a male dominated society to bring about a more balanced world of peace.
Women and Men
The men that dominate the landscape within the religious communities must surrender their authority somewhat to a more inclusive community of women and their insights concerning the human family. Women’s prayers and interfaith beliefs and cultures have to be discussed on a global level. The Dali lama said women have to speak up as part of the new interfaith prayer for justice and global peace. Encouragement and focus on Women’s interfaith between faiths and between cultures can bring about prayer for justice on a global level. Visit Modern Catholic Iconography or San Miguel Icons for more information on Women’s interfaith Prayer.