Graduate Theological Foundation alum Anthony Stultz speaks at World Congress of Religions

Graduate Theological Foundation alum Sensei Anthony Stultz was a Buddhist speaker at the World Congress of Religions held Nov. 30 – Dec. 2 in Washington, D.C.
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MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Graduate Theological Foundation ( alum Sensei Anthony Stultz was a Buddhist speaker at the World Congress of Religions held Nov. 30 – Dec. 2 in Washington, D.C. Stultz, who earned his Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D) from GTF, is a recognized author and counselor with more than two decades of leadership in Engaged Buddhism, which emphasizes community organizing, social issues, interfaith cooperation and political engagement.

Sensei Stultz is the founder and director of the Blue Mountain Lotus Society (, and previously served as leader of the Harvard Buddhist Fellowship and director of the Cambridge Zen Group. In addition to his doctoral degree from Graduate Theological Foundation, he studied Buddhist Philosophy at Harvard University and Oxford University, and received a Masters Degree in Theology from the Episcopal Divinity School.

Stultz is a member of the American Psychotherapy Association, oversees the Center for Mindfulness Counseling, and has a broad range of counseling experience combining Eastern and Western techniques.

His published book titles include “Free Your Mind: The Precepts of an Awakened Life,” “The Invisible Sun,” “The Book of Common Meditation” and “SoulQuest: Zen Lessons for the Journey of Life.”

The World Congress of Religions ( is an annual gathering of important spiritual leaders to discuss the role of religion and faith in addressing critical global issues of poverty, human rights, empowering women and promoting peace. Other speakers engaged this year include Martin Luther King III, founder of Realizing the Dream and President of the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, and former U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice.

About GTF

Since its founding in 1962, the Graduate Theological Foundation has become recognized the world over as a premier non-profit educational institution for ministry professionals and as a leader in ecumenical and interreligious education that encourages pluralism, fosters dialogue and supports academic excellence. We engage in scholarly research, academic publishing, awarding of professional and academic degrees across a range of disciplines, and awarding of fellowships and grants.

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