History – Our Founders

The Seattle area became an unlikely place of leadership in interfaith dialogue in the early 1960’s. It was founded on the belief that dialogue could erase distrust and could lead people of very different faith and ethnic backgrounds to build and cross the bridge to their common humanity. The original leaders were a Rabbi born in Lithuania, and a Catholic priest born in Ireland. On the 100th birthday of Father William Treacy, this episode of Challenge 2.0 examines the origin and growth of that dialogue, and its importance today.

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