Audio Chat: Civility in politics
with Judy Wolff, C.S.B.
October 23, 2012 - Sentinel Audio Chat
Many commentators have said that this year's American Presidential campaign has been one of the most negative ever. Mud has been flung and fur has flown as candidates endeavored to improve their positions in the ratings. As the candidates and the voters approach voting day, prayer can help to lift the burden of antagonism and also of fear that the human values that are vital to all of us may in some way be lost, depending on how the election turns out. Join this chat with your questions and concerns to receive a healing answer.
About Judy Wolff: Judy worked as a retail executive before entering into the full-time practice of Christian Science in 1998. She became a teacher of Christian Science in 2003 and was appointed a trustee of The Christian Science Publishing Society in 2006. Currently, Judy alternates between her home in the Washington, DC, area and Boston, Massachusetts.
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