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Ecumenical Trends Earns Catholic Press Association Award Honorable Mentions
Two essays acknowledged for thoughtful, profound and persuasive writing
In The Catholic Journalist 2014 Awards Issue, Dr. Burrow’s essay was described as a “thoughtful well-researched, thorough piece that employs clear examples. Persuasively written.” Dr. Huizing’s essay was described as an “Impressively profound and unflinching reflection on a thorny matter of theology presented in a thoroughly researched and detailed manner.”
Last year, The Catholic Press Association awarded Ecumenical Trends with Second Place in the category of General Excellence, for the overall excellence of a publication. In awarding the prize, the judges noted "Clean, professional appearance for a serious and thoughtful publication for intellectual reflection on the dimensions of ecumenical movements and issues related to interreligious dialogue. Writing level appropriate to specialists in the area, but accessible to an informed layperson or observer."
Ecumenical Trends is available for print and digital subscribers and is published 11 times each year. Submissions on the topics of ecumenism, Christian Unity and interfaith relations by experts and scholars from around the world are presented in each issue.
Rev. James Loughran, SA, Director of Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute (GEII)
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