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Butler Article Appears in ICN in London


KENT—Julie Butler, a longtime Kent resident and member of the St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church—which includes Kent, Cornwall, and Sharon—recently published an article in ICN (Independent Catholic News) out of London, England.

The article concerned the Rev. Dr. Patrick Devine’s invitation to Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government to talk about the success of Shalom-SCCRR’s approach to conflict resolution in eastern Africa.

He appeared in conversation with Paula Soumaya Domit, a Harvard Master of Public Policy (MPP) candidate, and international consultant for Shalom-SCCRR.

The organization works to tackle the root causes of systemic conflicts, as opposed to dealing with the symptoms, through grassroots peacebuilding and conflict transformation.

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