January 20, 2015
LEONARD SWIDLER
Curriculum Vitae

                                                                                                          I.  PERSONAL
Born January 6, 1929. Married (ArleneBdied May 24, 2008); 2 children (Carmel & Eva), 1granddaughter (Willow Swidler)
Address: Office Religion Dept, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Address: Home: 7501 Woodcrest Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19151
Tel: 215-204-7225 (Office), 215-477-1080 (Home), 513-508-1935 (Mobile); Fax: 215-204-4569
Email: dialogue@temple.edu;
Web astro.temple.edu/~swidler/ 
Co-Founder/Editor, Journal of Ecumenical Studies(1964B) http://jesdialogue.org
Founder/President, Dialogue Institute: Interreligious, Intercultural International (1978B) http://jesdialogue.org
Founder/Past-President Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church (1980B) http://arccsites.org/
Co-Founder/Director Global Dialogue Institute (1993B) http://global-dialogue.com
Center for Global Ethics globalethic.org
Blog religionsindialogue.blogspot.com
Facebook:  facebook.com/dialogueinstitute

                                                                                                        II. SCHOOLING
1.  St. Norbert=s College, B.A. (1950) - Philosophy
2.  St. Norbert=s Seminary, 1950-52 - Theology
3.  St. Paul=s Seminary, 1952-54 - Theology
4.  Marquette University, 1954-55 - M.A. in History; Philosophy and Literature Minors
5.  University of Wisconsin, 1955-57 - History, Philosophy and Literature
6.  University of Tübingen (Germany), 1957-58)History and Theology; Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), 1959
7.  University of Munich (Germany), 1958-59 - History and Theology
8.  University of Wisconsin (1961) - Ph.D. in History; Philosophy Minor

                                                                                                            III. GRANTS
1.  Two one-year grants from the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst for study in Germany, 1957-58 and 1958-59
2.  Seminar on Ecumenism: Duquesne University in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, under Heinz Foundation sponsorship, annually from 1961 to 1966
3.  Fellow at the Institute for Ecumenical & Cultural Research, Collegeville, MN, 1968-69
4.  Fulbright Research Grant at the University of Tübingen, 1973
5.  American Academy of Science Grant to lecture for the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in China, May-June, 1988
6.  Senior Fulbright Fellow, taught at Centre for Civilisational Dialogue of the University of Malaya, Kualalumpur, Malaysia, summer 2003 and again summer 2004
7.  Senior Fulbright Fellow, taught at Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, November, 2007
8.  Senior Fulbright Fellow, taught at Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan, May, 2011.

                                                                                                            IV. HONORS
Recipient of LL.D. from LaSalle University, Philadelphia, October, 1977.
Recipient of LL.D. from Alma Mater, St. Norbert College, DePere, WI, October, 2001.
Recipient of Prize for 2002 from Academic Society for the Research of Religions and Ideologies (SACRI), University of Cluj, Romania
Recipient of Community Service Award of the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October, 2011
Keynote Speaker at Dies Facuiltates of University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, October 23, 2011

                                                                                                          V. TEACHING
1.  Milwaukee School of Engineering, 1955 (English)
2.  Edgewood College, 1955-56 (Philosophy)
3.  University of Wisconsin: Integrated Liberal Studies Department, 1956-57 (English and History)
4.  University of Maryland in Europe, 1958-60 (History and Philosophy)
5.  U.S.A.R. Intelligence School, Fort Sheridan, 1959 (German)
6.  Duquesne University, 1960-66 (History; also on Theology faculty, 1962-66)
7.  ACUIIS summer school at University of Graz, Austria, 1972, 1973
8.  Guest Professor on the Catholic Theology Faculty and the Protestant Theology Faculty of the University of Tübingen, 1972-73
9.  Visiting Professor at St. Michael=s College, Winouski, VT. Summer, 1976
10. Exchange Professor on the Catholic Theology Faculty and the Institute for Ecumenical Research of the University of Tübingen, Summer Semester, 1982
11. Exchange Professor on the Catholic Theology Faculty and the Institute for Ecumenical Research of the University of Tübingen, Summer Semester, 1985
12. Guest Professor in the Philosophy Department, Nankai University, Tianjin, People=s Republic of China, Summer Semester, 1986
13. Professor at Temple University Japan (Tokyo), Summer School, May-June, 1987
14. Exchange Professor on the Protestant Theology Faculty, Hamburg University, Fall semester, 1989
15. Guest Professor in the Philosophy Department, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, Summer Semester, 1990
16. Professor at Temple University Japan (Tokyo), 1990-91
17. Visiting Professor, East China University, Shanghai, China, June, 2004.
18. Visiting Professor, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, June, 2004.
19. Visiting Professor, Peoples= University, Beijing, China, June, 2004.
20. Senior Fulbright Professor at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 24-June 7, 2003; and June 5-17, 2004.
21. Visiting Professor at the Institute of Intercultural, Interreligious Dialogue, University of Cluj, Cluj, Romania, August 2006, August 2007, March 2008.
22. Senior Fulbright Professor at Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, November 15-December 3, 2007.
23. Senior Fulbright Specialist, taught at Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan, May, 2011
23. Professor at Temple University, Religion Department, 1966B

                                                                                            VI.  PUBLICATIONS: (Books)
1.  Dialogue for Reunion. New York: Herder and Herder, 1962.
2.  Scripture and Ecumenism(editor). Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1965.
3.  The Ecumenical Vanguard. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1965.
4.  Jewish-Christian Dialogues (co-auth. Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum). Wash., DC: National Council of Catholic Men and National Council of Catholic Women, 1966.
5.  Ecumenism, the Spirit and Worship (editor). Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press 1967.
6.  Bultmann, Barth and Catholic Theology, by Heinrich Fries (Introduction and translation).  Pittsburgh: Duquesne U Press, 1967.
7.  Freedom in the Church. Dayton: Pflaum Press, 1969.


8.  Bishops and People (author, editor, and translator with Arlene Swidler). Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1970.
9.  Women Priests in the Catholic Church? Haye van der Meer (Co-trans. to Arlene Swidler; Introduction, postscript, and translation
with Arlene Swidler). Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press,1973.
10. Isj and Isjah (joint author with Jan Kerkhofs). Antwerp/Utrecht: Uitgeverij Patmos, 1973.
11. Jews and Christians in Dialogue(editor). Philadelphia: Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 1975.
12. Women in Judaism. The Status of Women in Formative Judaism. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1976.
13. The Eucharist in Ecumenical Dialogue(ed.). New York: Paulist, 1976; & as Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 13, 2 (Spring,
1976).
14. Bloodwitness for Peace and Unity. Denville, NJ: Dimension Books, 1977.
15. Women Priests: Catholic Commentary on the Vatican Declaration(co-edited with A. Swidler). New York: Paulist Press, 1977.
16. Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue (editor). Philadelphia: Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 1978.
17. Aufklärung Catholicism 1780-1850. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press, 1978.
18. A Commentary on the Oberammergau Passionspiel in regard to Its Image of Jews and Judaism. New York: ADL, 1978.
19. Biblical Affirmation of Women. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1979 (4th printing, 1991).
20. Consensus in Theology? A Dialogue with Hans Küng and Edward Schillebeeckx(editor and co-author). Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1980; also as Journal of Ecumenical Studies, vol. 17, no. 1 (Winter,1980).
21. Jewish Monotheism and Christian Trinitarian Doctrine, by Pinchas Lapide and Jürgen Moltmann (Introduction and translation).
Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1980.
22. The Oberammergau Passionspiel 1984 (Das Oberammergauer Passionspiel 1984).  New York: Anti-Defamation League, 1980.
23. From Holocaust to Dialogue: A Jewish-Christian Dialogue between Americans and Germans (editor and co-author).  Philadelphia: Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 1981.
24. Küng in Conflict. New York: Doubleday, 1981.
25. Authority in the Church and the Schillebeeckx Case(co-editor with Piet Fransen & co-author). New York: Crossroad, 1982; also as JES, 19, 2 (Spring, 1982).
26. Tractate on the Jewsby Franz Mussner (translation and Introduction).  Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984.
27. The Passion of the Jew Jesus (Das Leiden des Juden Jesus) New York: Anti-Defamation League, 1984.
28. Buddhism Made Plain(co-author with Antony Fernando). Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1984 (7th printing, 1996).
29. Editor and founder of Templum, Religion Department Newsletter, Temple University, 1985--.
30. Religious Liberty and Human Rights (editor & author). New York/Philadelphia: Hippocrene Books/Ecumenical Press, 1986.
31. ABreaking down the Wall@ between Americans & East Germans,Christians and Jews (editor & author). Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1987.
32. Church in Anguish: Has the Vatican Betrayed Vatican II? (co-ed. with Hans Küng, & author). San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1987.
33. Toward a Universal Theology of Religion (editor and author). Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1987.
34. A Catholic Bill of Rights (co-editor with Patrick Connor and author). Kansas City: Sheed & Ward, 1988.
35. Catholic-Communist Collaboration in Italy(co-ed. w Edward Grace & author). Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1988.
36. Yeshua: A Model for Moderns. Kansas City: Sheed/Ward, 1988; 2nd expanded edition, 1993.
37. Cristâos e Nâo-Christâos em Diålogo(Christians & Non-Christians in Dialogue--Portuguese). Sâo Paulo: Ed. Paulinas, 1988.
38. After the Absolute: The Dialogical Future of Religious Reflection. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.
39. Death or Dialogue. From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Dialogue (with John Cobb, Monika Hellwig, and Paul Knitter Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1990.
40. Bursting the Bonds. A Jewish-Christian Dialogue on Jesus and Paul (editor & co-author with Gerard Sloyan, Lewis Eron, and Lester Dean). Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1990.
41. Attitudes of Religions and Ideologies towards the Outsider: The Other (co-ed. with Paul Mojzes & author). NY: Mellen Press, 1990.
42. A Bridge to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue (co-author with and trans. of Seiichi Yagi). Mahwah NJ: Paulist Press, 1990.
43. Christian Mission and Interreligious Dialogue (co-editor with Paul Mojzes and author). New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990.
44. “Alle Christen haben das Recht...” (co-editor with Patrick Connor and author). Munich: Kösel Verlag, 1990.
45. Human Rights: Christians Marxists and Others in Dialogue (editor/author). New York: Paragon House, 1991.
46. Der umstrittene Jesus. Stuttgart: Quell Verlag, 1991. Kaiser Taschenbuch. Gütersloh: Chr. Kaiser/Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 1993.
47. Muslims in Dialogue. The Evolution of a Dialogue over a Generation (editor/author). New York: E. Mellen Press 1992.
48. My Witness For the Church, by Bernard Häring. Translation and Introduction.  Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1992.
49. The Meaning of Life At the Edge of the Third Millennium. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1992.
50. Die Zukunft der Theologie im Dialog der Religionen und Weltanschauungen. Regensburg/Munich: Pustet/Kaiser Verlag, 1992.
51.Introduzione al buddismo. Paralleli con l=etica ebraico-cristiana (co-author with Antony Fernando). Bologna: Edizioni Dehoniane,1992.
52. IESHUA - Jesus histórico, Cristologia, Ecumenismo. Sâo Paulo: Ediçiôes Paulinas, 1993.
53. Yeshua: Gendaijin no Moderu Iesu (translated by Seiichi Yagi). Tokyo, Shinkyo Shuppansha Pub. Co., 1994.
54. Suffering From the Church, by Heinrich Fries. Intro. & trans. with Arlene Swidler. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1995.
55. O Sentido da Vida no Limiar do Terceiro milênio (The Meaning of Life). Sâo Paulo: Paulus, 1996).
56. Toward a Catholic Constitution. New York: Crossroad Press, 1996.
57. Bulgyo wa Grisdogyo Rulita (Buddhism Made Plain). Benedict Press. Waegwan, Korea, 1996.
58. The Uniqueness of Jesus, co-editor with Paul Mojzes. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1997.
59. TheoriaC>Praxis. How Jews, Christians, Muslims Can Together Move From Theory to Practice. Antwerp: Peeters, 1998.
60. For All Life. Toward a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic: An Interreligious Dialogue. Ashland: White Cloud Press, 1999.
61. The Study of Religion in an Age of Global Dialogue (co-author with Paul Mojzes). Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000.
62. Dupa absolut. Viitorul dialogic al reflectiei religioase. Cluj, Romania: Limes, 2003.
63. Interreligious Dialogue Toward Reconciliation in Macedonia and Bosnia, co-editor with Paul Mojzes and Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven. Philadelphia: Ecumenical Press, 2003
64. After the Absolute (Korean - tr. Chan-Su Yi). Seoul: Ehwa University Press, 2003.
65. Dialogue in Malaysia and the Globe. Kuala Lumpur. University of Malaysia, 2004.
66. Our Understanding of Ultimate Reality Shapes Our Actions. Kuala Lumpur. University of Malaya, 2004.
67. Confucianism in Dialogue Today. West, Christianity, and Judaism (co-editor with Shu-hsien Liu and John Berthrong). Philadelphia: Ecumenical Press, 2005.
68. 32JRJ\",H@>"D,:4h4"H"&@,D"H">"(:@$":>@H*4":@( (The Study of Religion). Macedonian Translation by Slobadanka Markovska. Skopje, Macdonia: Tempjum, 2005.
69. Quanqiu Duihua de Shidai. The Age of Global Dialogue. Trans. by Lihua Liu. Beijing: China Social Science Press, 2006.
70. A Global Ethic, editor and author (a special of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies). Philadelphia: 2007.
71. Making the Church Our Own. How We Can Reform the Catholic Church from the Ground Up. Lanham, MD: Sheed &Ward,
2007.
72. Jesus Was a Feminist. What the Gospels Reveal about His Revolutionary Perspective. Lanham, MD: Sheed & Ward, 2007.
73. Trialogue. Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Dialogue. New London, CT: Twenty-Third Publications, 2007.


74. Constitutional Catholicism. An Essential in Reforming the Church. Philadelphia, PA: The Ecumenical Press, 2011.
75. Democratic Bishops for the Roman Catholic Church, ed., with Arlene Swidler. Philadelphia, PA: The Ecumenical Press, 2011.
76. Club Modernity. For Reluctant Christians. Philadelphia, PA. The Ecumenical Press, 2011.
77. There Must Be You. The Intellectual and Spiritual Journey of Leonard Swidler, by River Adams (Maria Kaplun). Wipf & Stock,
2014).
78. The Study of Religion in an Age of Global Dialogue (Chinese), trans., Xiahong (Rachel) Zhu (Shanghai, China: 2014).
79. Dialogue for Interreligious Understanding. Strategies for the Transformation of Culture-Shaping Institutions (New York:
Palgrave McMillan, 2014).
80. Editor of the book series: Religions In Dialogue, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990C
81. Editor of The Ecumenical Press, Philadelphia, PA, 2009C
82. Editor of the Vatican II book series, The Ecumenical Press, 2011C
83. Editor and co-founder (with Arlene Swidler) of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies (quarterly), 1964C

                                                                                          VII. PUBLICATIONS: (Articles)
1.  “Ecumenism in Germany,” Commonweal, January 23, 1960.
2.  “Land of the Reformation: Lutheran Liturgical Revival,” Commonweal, November 11, 1960.
3.  “The Doktrin and Practis of William C. Talcott,” Indiana Magazine of History, March, 1961.
4.  “The Catholic Bible Movement in Germany, Report and Analysis,” Interpretation, 1961.
5.  “An Ecumenical Letter,” American Benedictine Review, June, 1961.
6.  “German Protestantism and Ecumenism,” Thought, Spring, 1962.
7.  “Max Josef Metzger, A Witness for Unity,” American Benedictine Review, June, 1962.
8.  “The Catholic Historian,” in The Christian Intellectual, edited by Samuel Hazo, Duquesne University Press, 1963.
9.  “Reappraising the Reformation,” Commonweal, October 30, 1964.
10.  “Freedom and the Catholic Church,” Theology Today, October, 1964.
New Catholic Encyclopedia, twelve articles:
11.          “Bekennende Kirche”
12.          “German Christians (Deutsche Christen)”
13.          “Inner Mission (Innene Mission)”
14.          “Bauer, Bruno (1809-82)”
15.          “Blumhardt, Johann Christoph (1805-80)”
16.          “Harloss, Gottlieb Christoph Adolf von (1806-79)”
17.          “Hauge, Hans Nielsen (1771-1824)”
18.          “Heim, Karl (1874-1957)”
19.          “Löhe, Johann Konrad Wilhelm (1808-72)”
20.          “Loofs, Friedrich (1858-1929)”
21.          “Seeberg, Reinhold (1859-1935)”
22.          “Meander, Johann August Wilhelm (1789-1850)”
23.  “Religion and Higher Education” (editorial), Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter, 1965.
24.  “Catholic Colleges: A Modest Proposal,” Commonweal, January 29, 1965.
25.  “Catholic Reformation Scholarship in Germany,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1965.
26.  “Religious Pluralism BThe Impact of the Ecumenical Movement,” Perkins School of Theology Journal, Spring, 1965.
27.  “Truth and Christian Truths,” Perspectives, July-August, 1965.
28.  “Vatican II and the Jews” (editorial), Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall, 1965.
29.  “Ecumenism in the Parish,” Commonweal, September, 1966.
30.  “Religion and the State Universities,” Christian Century, May 11, 1966.
31.  “Impact of Ecumenism on Catholic Church-State Relations,” in Church and State in Ecumenical Perspective, edited by Elwyn A. Smith. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1966. (Also published in the Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1966.)
32.  “Religion in the Public Schools,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter, 1966.
33.  “Freedom and Responsibility,” Delta Epsilon Sigma Bulletin, May, 1966. Also Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1966.
34.  “The Catholic Historian and Freedom,” American Benedictine Review, July, 1966.
35.  “Freedom and Responsibility: Prerequisites of the Ecumenical Age,” editorial, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring 1966.
36.  “What Can History Do for the Church?” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter, 1967.
37.  “The Danger of Ecumenism” (editorial), Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1967.
38.  “Theology in the American University,” Catholic World, July, 1967.
39.  “Catholic Dialogue with Bultmann” (editorial), Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Summer, 1967.
40.  “Catholicism in America,” in Introducing Roman Catholicism, by Theo Westow.  Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1967.
41.  “Ecumenism in the Parish,” in The Post-Conciliar Parish, edited by James O=Gara. New York: P.J. Kennedy & Sons, 1967.
42.  “Background of Catholic Ecumenism,” First Steps in Christian Renewal, Abigail McCarthy, ed. Wilkes-Barre, PA: Dimension, 1967.
43.  “Christian Dialogue with Non-Christians,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter, 1968.
44.  “The Brain Drain from Catholic Colleges and Universities,” Jubilee, May, 1968.
45.  “Can the Churches Avoid the Next Revolution?” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1968.
46.  “Historian Proves New Popes Reverse Former,” National Catholic Reporter, October 2, 1968.
47.  “Commentary,” in Church: Vatican II=s Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, P. Foote, eds. N.Y.: Holt, Rinehart, Winston,
1969.
48.  “Renewal: Optimism or Despair?” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall, 1969.
49.  “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Catholic World, January, 1971, pp. 171-183.
(2)  “Jesus Was a Feminist,” The Episcopalian, September, 1971, pp. 2, 34-35.
(3)  “Jesus Was a Feminist,” New York Times, December 18, 1971, p. C. 28.
(4)  “Jesus Espoused Larger Role for Women,” Boston Globe, December 21, 1971.
(5)  “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Winnipeg Free Press, December 24, 1971, p. 18.
(6)  “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Minneapolis Tribune, December 25, 1971, p. 4A.
(7)  “Churches Should Recall Jesus in Providing Women Equality,” Green Bay Press-Gazette, January 8, 1972.
(8)  “Jesus Was No Chauvinist,” Inside, January, 1972, pp. 15-16.
(9)  “Jesus the Liberator,” The Church Woman, March, 1972, pp. 14-16.
(10) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” The Woman Packet. New York: Church Women United, 1972.
(11) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” in Dimensions of Man, Harold P. Simonson & John P. Magee, eds. NY: Harper & Row, 1973.
(12) “Jesus Was a Feminist” The III-IV Teacher (Nashville), Winter, 1973-74, pp. 91-95.
(13) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” in Persons Becoming (packet), Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1974.
(14) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Compass (Australia), July-August, 1971, pp. 89-95.
(15) “Jesus Etait Feministe,” Flambeau (Cameroon), August, 1971, pp. 177-189.
(16) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” The Guardian (India), August 12, 1971, pp. 255-256; August 19, 1971, pp. 263-264.
(17) “Gesu Difensore Della Dignita Della Donna,” Humanitas (Italy), August-September, 1971, pp. 664-680.
(18) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Pro Veritate (South Africa), September 15, 1971, pp. 2-3, 15-17.
(19) “Jesu Begegnung mit Frauen,” Diakonia (Austria), Vol. 3, No. 4 (1972).
(20) “Gesu Era Feminista?” Rocca (Italy), October 1, 1971, pp. 25-32.
(21) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” South East Asia Journal of Theology (Singapore), Vol. 13, No. 1 (1971).
(22) “Jesus Begegnung mit Frauen,” Das Thema (Germany), October, 1972, pp. 13-17.


(23) “Jesus in His Encounter with Women,” African Ecclesiastical Review (Tanzania), Vol. 13, No. 4 (1971), pp. 290-
301,368.
(24) “Jesus und die Frauen seiner Zeit,” Frau in Leben (Germany), November, 1972, pp. 4-5, 20.
(25) “The Attitudes of Jesus towards Women,” Teaching All Nations (Philippines), Vol. 8, No. 4 (1971), pp. 25-38.
(26) “Jesus Was a Feminist” (in Chinese), Theology and the Church (Taiwan), December, 1971, pp. 19-30.
(27) “Jesus y la Dignidad de la Mujer,” Selecciones de Teologia (Spain), April-June, 1972, pp. 121-125.
(28) “Jesus= Encounter with Women,” Ekklesiastikos Pharos (Addis Ababa), Vol. 55, No. 2 (1973), pp. 263-276.
(29) “Jesus Begegnung mit Frauen: Jesus als Feminist,” in Menschenrechte für die Frau, ed. by Elizabeth Moltmann-Wendel. Munich: Chr. Kaiser Verlag, 1974. Pp. 130-146.
(30) “Jesus was a Feminist,” in Bible Letter, edited by Laura C. Fleming, Long Beach, CA, August, 1983, pp. 46-58.
(31) “Spotkania Jezusa z Kobietami: Jezus Jako Feminista,” in Nasza Droga (Poland), No. 5-6, 1984, pp. 4-17.
(32) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” Christians for Biblical Equality (2830 Lower 138th St. W., Rosemont, MN 55068, Oct. 1987.
(33) “Jesus Was a Feminist,” in Border Regions of Faith, edited by Kenneth Aman.  Maryknoll: Orbis, 1987, pp. 30-38.
50.  “Liberal Catholicism – A Lesson from the Past,” Cross Currents, Spring, 1971.
51.  “The Ecumenical Problem Today: Papal Infallibility,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall, 1971.
52.  “He Questioned the Pope=s Infallibility,” The Free Drummer (Philadelphia), November 4, 1971.
53.  “Why Care about Restructuring the Church?” National Catholic Reporter, December 3, 1971.
54.  “Catholic Encounter with the Past and Future: Infallible or Fallible?” Begegnung, J. Brosseder et al. ed. Graz: Styria, 1972.
55.  “Aufklärung Catholicism=s Mass Reforms,” Transcendence and Immanence, J. Armenti, ed St Meinrad Abbey Press, 1972: 39-81.
56.  “No Penis, No Priest,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall, 1973.
57.  “Feminism – The Renewal of the Catholic Church,” National Catholic Reporter, 1973.
58.  “Is Sexism a Sign of Decadence in Religion?” in Women and Religion: 1972, edited by Judith Plaskow. Missoula: American Academy of Religion, 1973, pp. 53-62.
59.  “Feminism: The Goal and Source of Christian Renewal” (a review article), National Catholic Reporter, 1974.
60.  “Greco-Roman Feminism and the Reception of the Gospels,” in Traditio et Renovatio – Theologische Beiträge zum Problem der Krise, edited by Bernd Jaspert.  Marburg: N.G. Elwert Verlag, 1976. Pp. 41-55.
61.  “God the Father: Masculine, God the Son: Masculine, God the Holy Spirit: Feminine,” National Catholic Reporter, Jan. 31, 1975.
62.  “A Nonsexist Eucharist Text,” Liturgy, March, 1975, p. 84-91.
63.  “Pastoral Ecumenism and the Polish National Catholic Church,” Nowy Dzienik (Jersey City, NJ), October, 1975.
64.  “Women and Torah in Talmudic Judaism,” Conservative Judaism, Fall, 1975, pp. 21-40.
65.  “Jews and Christians in Dialogue,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall 1975, pp. 581-582.
66.  “Muslim-Christian Dialogue,” Commonweal, March 12, 1976, pp. 164-166.
67.  “The Eucharist in Ecumenical Perspective,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1976, pp. 332-344.
68.  “Catholics Can=t Ordain Women? Try This,” National Catholic Reporter, September 24, 1976, pp. 16-17.
69.  “Breakthrough in Dialogue,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Fall, 1976, p. 516.
70.  “Sisterhood: Model of Future Priesthood,” in Women and Catholic Priesthood: An Expanded Vision, A.M. Gardiner, ed.
New York: Paulist Press, 1976, pp. 132-134.
71.  “Jesus the Liberator,” in Free to Choose, edited by Joyce Slayton Mitchell. New York: Delacorte Press, 1976, pp. 108-116.
72.  Preface (co-author) to Ida Raming, Exclusion of Women from Ecclesiastical Office. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1976.
73.  “Christian-Marxist Dialogue in America,” Commonweal, March 4, 1977, pp. 138-139.
74.  “Jesus Had Feminine Qualities, Too,” National Catholic Reporter, April 1, 1977, pp. 15-16.
75.  “Seven Reasons for Ordaining Women,” U.S. Catholic, May, 1977, pp. 34-35.
76.  “Beruriah: Her Word Became Law,” Lilith, Spring/Summer, 1977, pp. 9-12.
77.  “Roma Locuta, Causa Finita?” in Women Priests: A Catholic Commentary on the Vatican Declaration, L. & A. Swidler, eds. New York: Paulist, 1977, pp. 3-18.
78.  “Goddess Worship and Women Priests,” Women Priests: A Catholic Commentary on the Vatican Declaration, Leonard & Arlene
Swidler, eds. New York: Paulist Press, 1977, pp. 167-171.
79.  “Mary, Mary, Strong and Caring,” Sunday Bulletin (Philadelphia), December 11, 1977, Op-Ed Page.
80.  “Tenth Anniversary Celebration: Graymoor Ecumenical Institute – Ad Multos Annos!” Ecumenical Trends, Feb., 1978, pp. 17-21.
81.  “Catholic Statements on JewsBA Revolution in Progress,” Judaism (special issue on AInterfaith at Fifty: An Evaluation of the Movement by Catholics, Protestants, and Jews@), Summer, 1978, pp. 299-307.
82.  “Ground Rules for Interreligious Dialogue,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Summer, 1978, pp. 413-414.
83.  “Does God Exist?” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Spring, 1979, pp. 288-295.
84.  “What Can Protestants Expect from a Renewed Papacy?” Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia), October 2, 1979.
85.  “Dialogue: The Way toward Consensus,” Leonard Swidler, ed., Consensus in Theology? A Dialogue with Küng and Schillebeeckx
(Philadelphia: Westminster, 1980), pp. iii-viii.
86.  “History, Sociology and Dialogue: Elements in Contemporary Theological Method,” in Consensus in Theology? pp. 57-62.
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                                                                                                   VIII. MEMBERSHIPS
1.  Executive Board of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1963-66.
2.  Charter member, Institute for Freedom in the Church (see New York Times, December 12, 1965).
3.  “Committee on Religion in the Social Studies Curriculum (RISS),” sponsor National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1964-65.
4.  “Subcommittee on Ecumenism and Catholic Education,” Bishops= Commission for Ecumenical Affairs, 1965-68.
5.  Reformed/Presbyterian-Roman Catholic Consultation (USA), 1965-75.
6.  Board of Directors, Emmaus House, New York City, 1966).
7.  Member of the Advisory Committee for Religion in Pennsylvania Secondary Schools, 1966-68.
8.   Founder & Chair of the AInterreligious Dialogue Committee@ of Philadelphia National Conference Christians and Jews 1971-94
9.  Founding member of the North American Academy of Ecumenists, 1968); executive committee, 1976).
10. Member of St. Joan=s International Alliance, 1970-1980.
11. Member of the Philadelphia Task Force on Women in Religion, 1970-76.
12. “Committee on Catholic-Jewish Relations” of the Cardinal=s Commission on Human Relations (Philadelphia), 1970-71.
13. “Committee on Christian Ecumenism” of Cardinal=s Commission on Human Relations (Philadelphia), 1971-83; Chair, 1975-83
14. Advisory Board, Anne Frank Institute (formerly National Institute on the Holocaust), 1977).
15. Advisory Committee of the Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1977-88.
16. Associate Director, Graymoor Ecumenical Institute, Atonement Fathers, New York, NY, 1977).
17. Member of Committee for the Responsible Election of the Pope, 1978.
18. Founder and Director of the Institute for Interreligious, Intercultural Dialogue, 1978B.
19. Co-founder and officer of the Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church (ARCC), 1980).
20. Board of Directors, Philadelphia National Conference on Christians and Jews, 1980-86, 1987-90, 1999-.
21. Editorial Board, Face to Face, Anti-Defamation League of B=nai B=rith, 1982).
22. Founder and Chair of Consortium for Interreligious Dialogue, in March, 1994B
23. Founder and Director of the Center for Global Ethics, including the Internet List g-ethic@temple.edu, in April, 1995B.
24. Co-founder and Co-Director of the Commission for Bosnia in Dialogue, 1995B.
25. Founder and Director of the Three Rs in Pennsylvania, 1995B.
26. Member of the Board of Directors of The Enlightened World Foundation, 1996B.
27. Member in the International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics, 1996B.
28. Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Global Dialogue Institute, 1997.
29. Executive Coordinator of Human Business: The Global Council for Business, Ethics, and Spiritual Values, 1998B.
30. Senior Advisor, World Culture Open, 2004B.
31. Planning Committee Member, American Catholic Council, 2009B
32. Global Philadelphia, 2011B
33. Scientific Advisory Board Member of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue among the Followers of Faith and Cultures, Imam
University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2012B

                                                                                               IX.  SPECIAL PROJECTS
1.  Organized and taught Seminar on Ecumenism in Rome, May 14-June 4, 1978, and May 10-30, 1979.
2.  Organized and co-led semiannual Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue at Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Wash, DC, 1978-83.
3.  Organized, taught and led Seminar on Jewish-Christian Dialogue (Sept., 1979-June, 1980), of four American professors and fifteen  doctoral students, in conjunction with the theology faculties of Freiburg im Br., Tübingen, Heidelberg, Bonn, Duisburg, Münster, West Berlin, East Berlin, and Regensburg, cooperating with the Germans at the nine German universities and five Protestant or Catholic Academies in Germany in May-June, 1980.
4.  Organized, and lectured in, Ringvorlesung auf deutsch (Lecture Series of twelve weeks in German) of lectures on Jewish-Christian Dialogue by twelve professors held at the Religion Department, Temple University, Spring, 1980.
5.  Organized Seminar on Christian-Marxist Dialogue in Italy, March 1-10, 1981.
6.  Organized and lectured in Jewish-Christian Dialogue Colloquy sponsored by Temple University Department of Religion, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, and Dropsie University, 1981-83.
7.  Lectured on interreligious dialogue at 15 German and Dutch universities and Prot. and Cath. Academies, Summer, 1982.
8.  Organized Symposium and conferral of honorary degrees on Helmut Schmidt, former Chancellor of West Germany; Peter Fischer-Appelt, President of University of Hamburg; and Adolf Theis, President of the University of Tübingen; at Temple University, October 11-12, 1983.
9.  Interviewed scholars from Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions in Germany, Italy, Morocco, Israel, Egypt, Sudan, Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Japan, Oct. 12-Dec. 15, 1983.
10.  Organized & lectured at a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue Conference at Nanzan Institute for Religion & Culture at Nanzan Univ., Nagoya, Japan, March 15-16, 1984.
11.  Lectured on dimensions of interreligious and interideological dialogue at twenty universities and other institutions in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, and People=s Republic of China, March 15-April 19, 1984.
12.  Led a seminar from Temple Univ. Religion Dept. on Jewish-Christian Dialogue to Protestant theological faculties of East Berlin and Leipzig, and at academies and universities at Krefeld, Hamburg, Münster, and West Berlin, May, 1984.
13.  Organized an international conference, “Toward a Universal Theology of Religion,” with John Cobb, Wilfred Cantwell Smith, Raimundo Panikkar & Hans Küng main speakers, with 12 respondents from world religions, at Temple University, Oct. 17-19, 1984.
14.  Lectured at Interreligious Dialogue and World Peace Conference sponsored by Buddhists & Christians in Seoul, Oct. 27, 1984.
15.  Organized an international conference related to the United Nations on “Religious Liberty and Human Rights,” with 18 speakers from 13 countries, in Philadelphia, Nov. 3-5, 1985.
16.  Lectured on “Jewish-Christian Dialogue Today in the U.S.” at International Symposium “Aus dem jüdisch-christlichen Religions-gespräch seit dem 18. Jahrhundert” sponsored by the U. of Duisburg at the Evangelische Akademie Mülheim, March 2-6, 1986.
17.  Led a seminar from Temple University Religion Department on Jewish-Christian Dialogue to Catholic and Protestant theological faculties and academies in West Berlin, East Berlin, Erfurt and Leipzig, March,1986.
18.  Lectured at Institute of World Religions of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, China, on “Contemporary Currents in Catholic Theology,” May,1986.
19.  Lectured at Nankai University, Tianjin, China, on “Human Rights Movement,” sponsored by the History Department, for the university, June, 1986.
20.  Organized national conference: Christianity and the Economy, sponsored by Graymoor Ecumenical Inst. & Journal of Ecumenical Studies, at Haverford, 12/12-14/86.
21.  Delivered four lectures (auf deutsch) on Jesus at the Phil. et. theol. Studium (Catholic), Erfurt, East Germany, the Predigerseminar (Protestant), Erfurt, and the Katholische Akademie Berlin, West Berlin, December 16-21, 1986.
22.  Lectured on “Max Josef Metzger: A Case Study of a Murdered Pacifist,” at the U.S. State Department, Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Presidential Holocaust Memorial Commission, February 24, 1987.
23.  Lectured on “Democracy, Dissent and Dialogue in the Catholic Church” at Villanova University, sponsored by its Religious Studies Department, February 26, 1987.
24.  Organized and co-taught a semester-long seminar on Jewish-Christian dialogue in conjunction with Temple University’s Religion Dept., the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Eastern Baptist Seminary and Lutheran Theological Seminary, Spring, 1987.
25.  Organized a Conference entitled “Paul: Apostle of Apostate? A Jewish-Christian Dialogue,” sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews and 27 academic institutions, including Temple University Religion Department, on April 5, 1987.
26.  Lectured at Sophia University and the Catholic Theological Seminary in Tokyo on Human Rights and the Catholic Church Today, respectively, June, 1987.
27.  Lectured on “Heutige Implikationen des Jüdisch-christlichen Dialogs über Jesus Christus,” at the Protestant Theological Faculties, “Sprachen-konvikt” in East Berlin & “Katechetisches Oberseminar” in Naumburg, German Democratic Republic, Nov. 17-18, 1987.
28.  Lectured on “Contemporary Catholicism in the United States” in the Philosophy Department of the University of Poznan, Poznan, Poland, November 19-20, 1987.
29.  Lectured on “Religious Education for Dialogue and Peace” at a Conference on “Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion” at the University of Minnesota, 1/27/1988.
30.  Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue: The Response to the Holocaust” at the Seventh Annual Holocaust Conference at Kent State University, March 20-21, 1988.


31.  Lectured on “Development of Religious Liberty, Democracy and Dialogue in American Catholicism” at Israel Colloquium of Georgetown Univ., March 23, 1988.
32.  Organized and chaired the 15th annual Conference on Interreligious Dialogue cosponsored by Philadelphia National Conference of Christians and Jews and 24 higher education institutions, April 17, 1988, at St. Joseph=s University, Philadelphia.
33.  Lectured in a Christian-Marxist Dialogue with Tamas Földesi, Dean of Budapest Law School, on “The Just Society” at Rosemont College, March, 1988.
34.  Lectured on “Religion and Contemporary Society” at the Institute of World Religion of Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, the People’s University of Beijing, Nanjing University, Fudan University (Shanghai) and Nankai University (Tianjin), May-June, 1988.
35.  Participated in a Christian-Marxist, American-Hungarian Dialogue in Budapest, June 20-26, 1988.
36.  Participated in a Christian-Marxist Dialogue in Granada, Spain, August 23-27, 1988.
37.  Participated in a Christian-Marxist Dialogue in Moscow, USSR, October 13-17, 1988.
38.  Participated in a United Nations University sponsored scholars= conference on AForms of a Desirable Society@ in Bangkok, Thailand, January 29-February 1, 1989.
39.  Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue” at the “National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations” in Charleston, S.C., March 28-29, 1989.
40.  Organized a two-week lecture tour (March 30-April 12, 1989) in the Philadelphia area of Mikhail Krutogolov, Prof. of Law at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
41.  Lectured three times on AJewish-Christian Dialogue@ at the York Reform Synagogue, York, Pennsylvania, March 31-April 2,
1989.
42.  Co-organized an international conference at the University of Minnesota, St. John’s University and Luther Northwest Seminary April 4-9, 1989, on “Religious Education for Dialogue and Peace” (REDAP).
43.  Lectured at the April 4-9, 1989 REDAP conference in Minnesota on “What Is Interreligious Dialogue?”
44.  Organized and led the 1st Annual International Scholars= Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Haverford, April 9-12, 1989.
45.  Lectured on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue” at the Institute for Lay Culture, Poznan, Poland, May 12, 1989.
46.  Lectured on “Religious Education for Dialogue and Peace” at the Second International Conference on “Ways to Build Understanding and Tolerance for Peoples of Diverse Religions and Beliefs,” in Warsaw, Poland, May 14-18, 1989.
47.  Conducted on May 24-26, 1989 (while representing 1. the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 2. the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and 3. the Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations of the American Catholic Bishops) a dialogue (with Cardinal F. Wetter, authorities from Oberammergau, et. al.) in Oberammergau and Munich, Germany, on the elimination of anti-Judaic elements in the Oberammergau Passion Play.
48.  Organized and led the 2nd Annual International Scholars’ Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Atlanta, Jan. 4-7, 1990.
49.  Delivered three public lectures sponsored by the Fachbereich Evangelische Theologie, Universität Hamburg and the Gustav Prietsch Stiftung, November 1, 15, 29, 1989, entitled: “Interreligiöser und interideologischer Dialog,” “Heutige Implikationen des jüdisch-christlichen Dialogs über Jesus Christus,” and “Kann man Heil nur durch Jesus, den Christus, erlangen?”
50.  Delivered a public lecture sponsored by the Katholisch-theologischen Fakultät, Universität Tübingen, November 6, 1989, entitled: “SalusBSolo Christo? Eine christlich ökumenische Besinnung.”
51.  Delivered a public lecture sponsored by the Gesellschaft für christlich-jüdischen Zusammenarbeit, Würzburg, November 7, 1989, entitled: “Heutige Implikationen des jüdisch-christlichen Dialogs über Jesus Christus.”
52.  Delivered a public lecture sponsored by the Katholisch-theologischen Fakultät, Universität Würzburg, November 8, 1989, entitled: “SalusBSolo Christo? Eine christlich ökumenische Besinnung.”
53.  Lectured at the Philosophy Dept. of U. of Poznan, Poland, May 7, 1990, on “Promoting Respect For and Dialogue With Persons of Other Religions or Beliefs.”
54.  Lectured at the Political Science Department of the Marie Curie University, Lublin, Poland, on APromoting Respect For and Dialogue With Persons of Other Religions or Beliefs.@
55.  Lectured at the Eastern China Protestant Theological Seminary, Shanghai, June, 1990, on “Modern Western Christian Thought.”
56.  Lectured at Nanjing Prot. Theol. Sem., Nanjing, June, 1990 on “Modern Western Christian Thought,” & “Interreligious Dialogue”
57.  Lectured at the Philosophy Department, Nanjing Univ., Nanjing, China, June, 1990, on “Modern Western Christian Thought.”
58.  Lectured at the Philosophy Department, Beijing Univ., Beijing, China, June, 1990, on “Modern Western Christian Thought.”
59.  Organized and led the third of the Annual International Scholars’ Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Orlando, Jan. 3-6, 1991.
60.  Lectured on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue,” at Methodist Theological Seminary, Seoul, Korea, April, 1991.
61.  Lectured on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue,” at Catholic Theological Seminary, Seoul, Korea, April, 1991.
62.  Lectured on “Religion and Religions: Its Meaning and Their Relations” at the International Academic Conference on World Community and Religion in Wonkwang University, Iri, Korea, April 27, 1991.
63.  Participated in “International Conference on Interfaith Cooperation for World Peace and the Peaceful Reunification of South and North Korea,” Daejung, Korea, April 27-28, 1991, sponsored by Won Buddhism.
64.  Founded Temple University Department of Religion Alumni Association of Korea (TUDOR-AAK).
65.  Lectured on “Christian, Confucian and Marxist Views of a Just, a Human Life,” at Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, in first Annual Temple University Japan Religion Faculty-Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Lectures on Contemporary Religious Thought, May, 1991.
66.  Lectured on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue” at the Philosophy Department, Beijing Univ., Beijing, China, May, 1991.
67.  Lectured alone on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue” and with Gordon Kaufmann on “Religion: Its Academic Study and Place in Life,” at the Philosophy Department, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, May, 1991.
68.  Lectured on “Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue,” at Institute of Religions, Shanghai Acad. of Soc. Sciences, May, 1991.
69.  Lectured on “Christian and Marxist Views of a Just, a Human Life,” at East China Prot. Theol. Seminary, Shanghai, May, 1991.


70.  Lectured on “Christian, Confucian and Marxist Views of a Just, a Human Life,” at Nanjing Protestant Theological Seminary, Nanjing, China, May, 1991.
71.  Lectured on “Christian, Confucian and Marxist Views of a Just, a Human Life,” at the Philosophy Department, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, May, 1991.
72.  Lectured on “A Call for a Catholic Constitutional Convention” at the “Call To Action National Conference on Reforming our Church and Renewing the World,” Chicago, November 10, 1991.
73.  Organized and led the fourth Annual International Scholars= Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Emory University, Atlanta,
Janury 2-5, 1992.
74.  Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue” in the Conference: “Partners in Dialogue: The Changing Face of Interreligious Encounter,” University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, February 9-10, 1992.
75.  Lectured on “Why Christians Need to Dialogue With—NOT Proselytize—Non-Christians,” at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 11, 1992.
76.  Lectured on “Jesus and Contemporary Religious Pluralism,” at the “Wooster Clergy Academy,” Wooster, OH, February 18, 1992.
77.  Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue,” the Intellectual Heritage Faculty Seminar, Temple University, Feb. 24, 1992.
78.  Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue,” at ANCHOR Conference at Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, Feb 28, 1992.
79. Organized a Temple University a university-wide panel and delivered the key-note statement on “Toward a ‘Universal Declaration of Global Ethos,’” April 13, 1992.
80.  Lectured on “Death or Dialogue. From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Dialogue” at Yongsan Theological College, Yongsan, Korea, May 20, 1992.
81.  Lectured on “Toward a ‘Universal Declaration of Global Ethos’” at Won Kwang University, Iri City, Korea, May 20, 1992.
82.  Lectured on “Yeshua, Feminist & Androgynous: An Integrated Human,” Hanil Theol. Seminary, Chongju, Korea, May 21, 1992.
83.  Lectured in a panel on “Religion and Feminism” at Ewha Women=s University, Seoul, Korea, May 21, 1992.
84.  Lectured on “Death of Dialogue. From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Dialogue” at Sung Hwa University, Choongchung-Namdo, Korea, May 22, 1992.
85.  Lectured in a Scholars Colloquium at the Academy House Research Institute, Seoul, Korea, on “The Philosophical Foundations of Interreligious Dialogue,” and “Buddhist-Christian Dialogue,” May 24, 1992.
86.  Lectured in a Scholars Colloquium at the Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, on “What China Can Contribute to China in the Third Millennium,” May 26, 1992.
87.  Lectured to a faculty and graduate seminar in the Philosophy Department of Beijing University, Beijing, China, on “The Philosophical Foundations of Interreligious Dialogue,” May 27, 1992.
88.  Lectured on “What China Can Contribute to China in the Third Millennium” at Nanjing Union Theological Seminary, Nanjing, China, May 29, 1992.
89.  Lectured to a faculty and graduate colloquium on “Toward a ‘Universal Declaration of Global Ethos’” at Nanjing Union Theological Seminary, Nanjing, China, 5/30/1992.
90.  Lectured to a faculty and graduate seminar on “The Philosophical Foundations of Interreligious, Interideological Dialogue” at the Philosophy Department, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, June 1, 1992.
91.  Lectured to a seminar of Buddhist monks and nuns in the Philosophy Department, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, on “Buddhist-Christian Dialogue,” June 2, 1992.
92.  Lectured to a gathering of representatives of religions in Taiwan on “What Chistanity Can Contribute to China in the Third Millennium” at the Tien Di Jiao Research Center, Taiwan, June 4, 1992.
93.  Lectured to faculty & grad. seminar on “What Is Interreligious Dialogue?” at the Tien Di Jiao Research Center, Taiwan, June 5, 1992.
94.  Lectured to the class of Buddhist nuns in the English Buddhist Studies Program of Ts’ung Lin University, Fo Kuang Shan, Taiwan, on “A Comparison of the Teachings of Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha,” June 6, 1992.
95.  Lectured to the public at Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, co-sponsored by the Tien Di Jiao and the Department of International Affairs of Tamkang University on “What Christianity Can Contribute to China in the Third Millennium,” June 7, 1992.
96.  Lectured on “The Christian and Confucian Idea of a Just, Human Life” at the Philosophy Department, National Chen Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan, on June 9, 1992.
97.  Lectured on Christian-Buddhist Dialogue at The Chung Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies, Taipei, Taiwan on June 10, 1992.
98.  Lectured at Chautauqua Institution on “Death or Dialogue? From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Dialogue,” Aug. 13, 1992.
99.  Lectured on “A Christian Historical Perspective on Wisdom as a Basis for Dialogue with Judaism and Chinese Religion,” November 25, 1992, in a conference on “Jewish-Christian Dialogue in an East-West Context” at the Hong Kong Christian Study Centre for Chinese Religion and Culture.
100. Lectured on “Toward a Universal Decl+aration of a Global Ethic,” December 1, 1992, in a conference on “Jewish-Christian Dialogue in an East-West Context” at the Hong Kong Christian Study Centre for Chinese Religion and Culture.
101. Organized and led the fifth Annual International Scholars’ Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Akademie Graz, Afro-Asiatisches Institut, Pro Oriente, Universität Graz, Graz, Austria, January 3-7, 1993.
102. Lectured on “Towards a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic” at the Akademie Graz, January 6, 1993.
103. Lectured on “In Richtung auf eine universale Erklärung eines globalen Ethos” at a Symposion at the Kath. Institut für missions-theologische Grundlagenforschung in Munich, Germany, January 11,1993.
104. Lectured on “Kann man nur durch Jesus, den Christus Heil erlangen?” in the Protestant Theological Faculty, University of Munich, Munich, Germany, January 3, 1993.
105. Lectured on “Weltfrieden und Weltethos: Eine amerikanische Perspektive” at the Institut für ökumenische Forschung, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany, 1/13/93.


106. Lectured on “Der Dialog Dekalog” in the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany, January 15, 1993.
107. Lectured on “Towards a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic” at the Conference “Global Harmony Through Inter-religious Action,” New Delhi, India, 2/2-7/93.
108. Preached twice at St. Joan of Arc’s Catholic Church (2,000 people), Minneapolis, Sunday, March 22, 1993, on “A Call for a Catholic Constitutional Convention.”
109. Lectured at the Newman Center, University of Minnesota, March 23, 1993, on “Death or Dialogue. From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Dialogue.”
110. Lectured at Southern Connecticut University, New Haven, CN, April 13, 1993, on “The Meaning of Life.”
111. Organized and lectured at the 20th Annual Interreligious Dialogue Conference sponsored by the Philadelphia National Conference of Christians and Jews, and 40 regional academic/religious institutions, on “Towards a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic”
112. Lectured at Emory University, Atlanta, GA, on “Towards a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic” within an international conference on “Religion and Law,” 4/25-27/94.
113. Lectured at the Kath. Institut für missionstheologische Grundlagenforschung, Munich on “Der Dialog der drei abrahamischen Religionen. Eine christliche (d.h. jeschuanische) Beitrag” on May 17, 1993.
114. Lectured at the Catholic Theological Faculty, University of Salzburg, Austria, May 18, 1993, on “Jenseits der Absolutheit. Auf dem Weg zu einer universalen Theologie der Religionen.”
115. Lectured at a Kurz Seminar at the St. Virgil kath. Bildungshaus, Salzburg, May 19, on “In Richtung auf eine universale Erklärung eines globalen Ethos.”
116. Participated as a Drafter in a Consultation on “Christian Relations with Non-Christians” for the World Council of Churches in Baar, Switzerland, Sept. 3-8, 1993.
117. Lectured on Jewish-Christian Dialogue at a Conference at the Evangelische Akademie at Loccum, Germany, Nov. 1-4, 1993.
118. Read a paper on “Toward a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic” at the American Academy of Religion Annual Convention, November 20-23, 1993.
119. Organized and led the Sixth “International Scholars’ Annual Trialogue” (ISAT) in Jerusalem, January 1-6, 1994.
120. Read a paper on “The Relationship Between Religion and State” at ISAT, Jerusalem, January 4, 1994.
121. Participated as Delegate at “5e Conférence européenne des Droit et Liberté dans les Églises” & “4e Rencontre ‘Kirche im Aufbruch,’” Brussels, 1/6-9/1994.
122. Lectured for the Catholic Consortium “2000 Too Soon” in Newport News, VA, on “A Christology for the Contemporary Critical-Thinking World” and “The Spirit of Yeshua: Not Resignation But Creative Action,” February 23, 24, 1994.
123. Lectured for the Virginia Council of Churches on “Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue,” in Richmond, VA, Feb. 25, 1994.
124. Organized and directed Scholars’ Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue on “Jews-Christians-Muslims: Facing Modernity Together,” jointly sponsored by the Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute and the Journal of Ecumenical Studies at St. Mary Raphaela Retreat House in Haverford, PA, March 2-3, 1994.
125. Participant in a Jewish-Christian-Muslim Scholars’ dialogue sponsored by the Religious Education Association at Gratz College and Villanova University, Philadelphia, PA, March 13-14, 1994.
126. Co-organized the 21st Annual Interreligious Dialogue Conference co-sponsored by the Philadelphia office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews on “Searching for Common Religious Grounds: Finding Unity by Honoring Diversity,” at Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA, March 20, 1994.
127. Lectured on “A Call for a Catholic Constitutional Convention,” sponsored by the Philadelphia Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church (ARCC) at the College of Pharmacy and Science, Philadelphia, PA, April 20, 1994.
128. Lectured at the Kath. Institut für missionstheologische Grundlagenforschung, Munich on “Überlegungen eines Moslems und eines christlichen Ökumenikers zu Krieg und Frieden—Beispiel: Bosnien,” June 28, 1994.
129. Lectured at the Katholikentag von Unten in Dresden, Germany, on “Das mündige Volk Gottes gibt sich eine Verfassung,” and “Ein gemeinsames Weltethos—Überlebenschance für die Menschheit: Jüdisch-muslimisch-christlicher Trialog,” on June 30, 1994.
130. Lectured for the Israel Colloquium at the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem on “The Relationship between Religion and the State: a Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue,” July 6, 1994.
131. Lectured for The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Colloquium on “Interreligious Dialogue: What Is It and Why?” and “Dialogue Among the Abrahamic Religions—An Absolute Necessity,” July 10, 12, 1994.
132. Founded and conducted the Internet List tudor-l@temple.edu of TUDOR graduates world-wide, fall, 1993B
133. Founded and conducted the Internet List vatican2@temple.edu of progressive Catholic scholars world-wide, summer, 1994B
134. Founded and conducted the Internet List interrel@temple.edu of interreligious dialogue scholars world-wide, fall, 1994B
135. Lectured on “Millennium Three: The Age of Global Dialogue,” at the “International Symposium on Mutual Perceptions of Monotheistic Religions Since the Mid-20th Century” sponsored by the Interfaculty Department of History and Science of Religion, University of Lausanne, in Lausanne Switzerland, April 17-21, 1995.
136. Lectured on “Judaism: Once a Missionary Religion—A Missionary Religion Once Again,” at a Conference on “Jews In Germany—Jews In Diaspora,” at the Evangelische Akademie at Loccum, Germany, December 4-6, 1995.
137. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue” at a Conference on “Religion, State and Education,” sponsored by the Bosnian Academy of Science and Arts and Zayedno (“Together”), and consulted with state, university, Muslim, Orthodox, Catholic and Jewish leaders in Sarajevo, Bosnia on establishing a Department of Interreligious Dialogue at the University of Sarajevo, December 8-11, 1995.


138. Lectured on “Global Consciousness” at a Symposium on “Religious Diversity in America,” sponsored by the University of Central Arkansas, April 17-18, 1996.
139. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue and Corporate Business” at the Conference on “Business, Ethics, Dialogue,” at Haverford College, Haverford, PA sponsored               by the “Global Dialogue Consortium,” April 20, 1996.
140. Lectured on “A Universal Declaration of a Global Ethic” at Princeton University Catholic Theologians’ Association, April, 27, 1996.
141. Lectured on “A Global Ethic for a Global Society,” at the Philadelphia Chapter of the Fulbright Association, May 18, 1996.
142. Lectured on “The Intimate Intertwining of Business, Ethics and Religion,” at 1st World Congress on Business, Economics and Ethics sponsored by the International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics at Reitaku University, Tokyo, Japan, July 25-28, 1996.
143. Lectured on “Business, Ethics and Religion” at International Christian Business Men’s Committee, Taipei, Taiwan, August 4, 1996.
144. Participated in the Second Krishna Consciousness-Christian Dialogue, Cambridge, MA, September 20-22, 1996.
145. Lectured on “Buddhism and Christianity: The ‘Age of Dialogue’ and Peace” at the International Conference on Buddhist Studies Commemorating the 90th Anniversary of Dongguk University: “Buddhism and Civilization in the 21st Century,” October 24-25, 1996, in Seoul, Korea.
146. Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue,” Symposium on Interreligious Dialogue at New Orleans sponsored by the “Professors for Peace,” Nov. 22, 1996.
147. Lectured on “Meaning of the Holocaust for Today,” at the American Academy of Religion, New Orleans, November 22, 1996.
148. Lectured on “Das Zeitalter des globalen Dialogs” at the 2. Wiener Kulturkongress, “Auf der Suche der verlorenen Gott,” in the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, November 28-30, 1996, sponsored by the Österreichsche Kulturvereinigung.
149. Lectured on “Global Ethic and Interreligious Dialogue” on a closed-circuit TV-network of the state university system of Oklahoma at the University of Sciences and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, OK, February 21-22.
150. Lectured on “Jüdisch-christlich-muslimischer Dialog,” Evangelische Akademie Iserlohn, Iserlohn, Germany, March 8-9, 1997.
151. Lectured on “Toward a Global Ethic,” “Symposium on Global Ethic” sponsored by the “Hungarian Academy of Science,” University of Budapest, Mar 10-11, 1997.
152. Organized a Conference on “Religion-Ethics-Business” at Eastern College, Radnor, PA, March 14, 1997.
153. Organized International Conference on “Ethics-Dialogue-Spirituality: The Future Agenda for Business” at La Casa de Maria, Monteceito, CA, May 4-8, 1997.
154. Participated in the Second Conference of the United Religions Initiative, Stanford University, June 23-27, 1997.
155. Organized an invitational conference for the American Society of Social Administrators, Philadelphia, PA, July 29, 1997, and lectured on “Toward a Global Ethic.”
156. Organized with the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, Temple University Religion Department and Hartford Seminary an International Conference on “Muslim-Christian Dialogue, Past, Present and Future,” and lectured on “The ‘Age of Global Dialogue’ and a Global Ethic,” in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 7-9, 1997.
157. Organized a session on a “The Law and a Global Ethic” at the annual convention of the Union Internationale des Avocats in Philadelphia, PA, September 5, 1997, and lectured on “Toward a Global Ethic.”
158. Lectured for the Catholics for a Free Conscience on “Toward a Catholic Constitution” in Burlington, VT, October 17, 1997.
159. Delivered 105th Chancellor’s Lecture Series, Queen’s Theological College, Kingston, Ont., October 20-22, 1997: “From the Age of Monologue to the Age of Global Dialogue,” “A Global Ethic for a Global Society,” and “Business and a Global Ethic.”
160. Lectured at the International Senate of the Union Internationale des Avocats, in the Eschenbach Palace, Vienna, on “The Relationship Between the Law and a Global Ethic,” February 21, 1998.
161. Organized with the Evangelische Akademie Loccum a conference on “Religion and Economics—Religions in Economics. The Influence of Christianity, Judaism and Islam on Modern Concepts of Economic Ethics: An International Comparison,” at Loccum, Germany, March 27-29, 1998.
162. Lectured on “The Intertwining of Business, Religion and Dialogue,” at the Evangelische Akademie Loccum conference on “Religion and Economics)Religions in Economics. The Influence of Christianity, Judaism and Islam on Modern Concepts of Economic Ethics: An International Comparison,” at Loccum, Germany, March 27, 1998.
163. Lectured as respondent to Paul Knitter, “Deep Ecumenicity vs. Incommensurability: Finding Common Ground on a Common Earth,” at the Christianity and Ecology conference at Harvard University, April 12, 1998.
164. Lectured on “The Age of Global Dialogue” at an international conference on religious liberty sponsored by the International Coalition for Religious Liberty, in Washington, D.C., April 13, 1998.
165. Lectured on “Reform in the Catholic Church” sponsored by “We Are Church” Movement in Rome, May 26, 1998.
166. Lectured on “The Age of Global Dialogue” at an international conference on religious liberty sponsored by the International Coalition for Religious Liberty, in Berlin, May 28, 1998.
167. Carried five Proposals of the Global Dialogue Institute to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, consulting with several National Ministers, June 29-July 6, 1998.
168. Lectured on contemporary conditions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo before the Xaverian Religious Headquarters in Rome, July 8, 1998.
169. Lectured on “Deep-Dialogue and Religious Liberty,” at an international conference on religious liberty sponsored by the International Coalition for Religious Liberty, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 10, 1998.
170. Appointed Executive Coordinator of the newly established Human Business Partnership: The Global Council for Business, Ethics, and Spiritual Values, in London, October 21, 1998.
171. Organized and lectured at Inaugural Seminar: “Dialogue on Deep Dialogue” sponsored by the Global Dialogue Institute, January 13, 1999, at Haverford College.


172. Organized and lectured at second Inaugural Seminar: “Dialogue on Deep Dialogue” sponsored by the Global Dialogue Institute, April 14, 1999, at Haverford College.
173. Organized and chaired a meeting at Trinity Church Wall Street, New York of major CEOs from the area to discuss business, ethics and spiritual values sponsored by Human Business Partnership: The Global Council for Business, Ethics, and Spiritual Values, April 15, 1999.
174. Lectured at Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue on “Religion, Tolerance and Modernity” at Al-Akawayn University, Ifran, Morocco, October 14-16, 1999.
175. Organized and lectured—at the invitation of President Abdurrahman Wahid—at 7th “International Scholars Annual Trialogue”  (ISAT) at Jakarta, Indonesia, February14-19, 2000 on the theme: “Religion-State Relations and Building Democracy.”
176. Organized and lectured at “Conference on Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption Reform” at Jakarta, Indonesia, Feb. 17, 2000.
177. Lectured at Trialogue in Edmonton, Canada March 19, 2000, on “What I Want Others to Know About Christianity.”
178. Organized Global Dialogue Institute Conference on “Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Thinking & Education in Indonesia,” for Ministry of Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia and UNICEF team, et al., at Haverford College, October 5-11, 2000.
179. Conducted in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia and UNICEF a three-day training workshop on “Using Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Thinking in the Classroom” in Jakarta, Indonesia for 25 primary school teachers, February 10-12, 2001.
180. Lectured at Day Conference Clergy Training Day with Clergy from Anglican Diocese of Leicester, England on “Dialogue or Mission: Is there a problem?” March 12, 2001.
181. Organized a Global Dialogue Institute Seminar jointly with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia and UNICEF on primary school teaching of Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Thinking, Jakarta, Indonesia, February 10-12, 2001.
182. Lectured at Leicester Council of Faiths on “Why We Need Dialogue Between Religions,” March 12, 2001.
183. Lectured at the Islamic Foundation, Markfield, Leicestershire on “Interreligious Dialogue,” March 13, 2001.
184. Lectured at the University of Derby, England on “The Seven Stages of Deep-Dialogue,” March 13, 2001.
185. Lectured at the Centre for the Study of Christian and Asian Religions, University of Birmingham on “The Prospects for Interreligious Dialogue,” March 14-15, 2001.
186. Lectured on “The Necessity and Rationale of Dialogue” at Conference on “From Conflict to Trust: Interfaith Experiences and Possibilities” organized by the World Congress of Faiths and International Interfaith Centre, Oxford at the Harris Manchester College, Oxford, March 16-18.
187.  Conducted in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia and UNICEF a twelve-day training workshop on “Using Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Thinking in the Classroom” in Malang, Indonesia for 75 primary school teachers and administrators, July, 2001.
188.  Obtained for GDI a $20,000 grant (December, 2001) from the Public Affairs Office of the U.S. Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia to have GDI Field Consultants work with the Indonesian teachers and administrators.
189.  Set up a Distance-Learning Course on Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Learning, which will begin its pilot testing spring, 2002.
190.  In June and again in October, 2001 Leonard Swidler with Paul Mojzes were sent by the United States Institute of Peace to Skopje, Macedonia—at the request of President Boris Trajkovski of Macedonia—to meet with the religious and civic leaders to set up a wide-ranging conference on dialogue in several societal areas in Macedonia, May 10-14, 2002
191.  Working further with Keith Darcy, Executive Vice President of the Industrial Bank of Japan Whitehall, Sergio Mazza (former President of American National Standards Institute), Edward Petry, Executive Director of the Ethics Officer Association, and Lawrence Eicher, Executive Director of ISO International Organization of Standards to develop a Global Business Ethic.
192. Organized and lectured—at the invitation of President Boris Trajkovski—at the Eighth “International Scholars Annual Trialogue” (ISAT) in Skopje, Macedonia, May 10-14, 2002, on the theme: “Nurturing a Culture of Dialogue: Building Confidence by Way of Dialogue Among Religions.”
193. Lectured at a Conference on “Religious Pluralism in America and Southeast Asia,” in Kuala Lumpur sponsored by the U.S. Embassy and the Malaysian Association for American Studies on “Religious Liberty and Dialogue,” August 20-21, 2002
194. Met again in Skopje, Macedonia with the religious leaders of Macedonia and President Trajkovski to arrange further training for seminary faculty and the establishment of the new Council for Interreligious Cooperation, November, 2002.
195. Lectured at the University of Tetova, Macedonia on “Interreligious Dialogue,” November, 2002.
196. Lectured on “Reform in Contemporary Catholicism,” at the Catholic Center, Tokyo, January 11, 2003.
197. Lectured on “The Best War on Terrorism: Dialogue Among the Religions,” Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea, Jan. 13, 2003.
198. Lectured on “What Christianity Can Offer China in the Third Millennium,” Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, January 15, 2003.
199. Scholar in Residence, “Centre for Civilisational Dialogue,” University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 24-Jun 7, 2003.
200. Keynote: “The Age of Global Dialogue” at Workshop on “Multiculturalism and Conflict Management,” University of Malaya, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, May 26, 2003.
201. Led all-day Workshop on at University of Malaya on “Multiple Dimensions of Dialogue-Cognitive, Affective, and Active,” University of Malaya, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, May 27, 2003.
202. Lectured at the Higher Education Learning Programme Institute (HELP) on “The Need for Dialogue Among the Religions of the World,” Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 29. 2003.
203. Lectured on “Education For Today: Deep-Dialogue & Critical-Thinking” at Sultan Idris University For Education (UPSI), Ipoh, Malaysia, May 30, 2003.
204. Lectured on “Our Concept of Ultimate Reality Shapes Our Behavior” at the South-East Asian Arts Museum, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 31, 2003.


205.Lectured on “Defining Common Values in All Faiths and Cultures Promoting Peace” at the Taiping Peace Initiative Centre, Taiping, Malaysia, May 31, 2003.
206. Lectured on “Inter-religious Understanding: At Crossroads?” at the National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 2, 2003.
207. Lectured on “The Age of Global Dialogue,” at Soka Gakai Headquaters, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 2, 2003.
208. Lectured on“Civilisational Dialogue and Peaceful Coexistence” at the Peace Research and Education Unit, Malaysia Science University, Penang, Malaysia, June 5, 2003.
209. Lectured on “Interfaith Dialogue For Peace in the Community” at the Institute For Community and Peace Studies, University Putra Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 6, 2003.
210. Lectured on “Toward A Global Ethic” at the Centre for Peace Studies of the National University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 6, 2003.
211. Lectured on “Dialogue or Death”at the “Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies,” Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. Indonesia, June 10, 2003.
212. Lectured on “The Age of Global Dialogue” at Interfidei, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, June 10, 2003.
213. Lectured on “The Need for Dialogue Among the Religions of the World” at the Catholic University, Seoul, Korea, June 12, 2003.
214. Lectured on “Democracy in the Catholic Church” at the Catholic Center, Hiroshima, Japan. June 12, 2003.
215. Lectured on “Democracy in the Catholic Church” at the Catholic Center, Tokyo, Japan, June 14, 2003.
216. Lectured on “Democracy in the Catholic Church” at the Catholic Center, Hiroshima, Japan, June 16, 2003.
217. Lectured on “A Catholic Constitution for the Catholic Church” at Symposium at the University of San Francisco March 27, 2004.
218. Lectured at the University of Malaya, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, on “Guidelines for Interreligious Dialogue,” June 5, 2004.
219. Lectured at the “Centre for Civilisational Dialogue” University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on “A Global Ethic—a Possibility, a Necessity” June 7 2004.
220. Lectured on “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue” at the AInternational Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilisation,@ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 9 2004.
221. Lectured on “The Role of Religions in Promoting Peace” at ASokka Gakkai Malaysia,@ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 12, 2004.
222. Keynote address at 2-day seminar “Plurality, Unity, & Peace” sponsored by “National Federation of Malaysian Women’s Organizations” & the “Centre for Civilisational Dialogue” of University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 16, 2004.
223. Lectured on “The Cosmic Dance of Dialogue” at the International Press Conference (over 200 present, including six former Ministers of State—at the Grand Hall, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China for the World Culture Open, headquartered Manhattan and Seoul, June 17, 2004.
224. Lectured at East Asia Normal University, Shanghai, for faculty of philosophy and religion, graduate and undergraduate students on the “Bases of Interreligious, Intercultural Dialogue,” June 18, 2004.
225. Conducted whole-day seminar with the Religion and Philosophy Faculty of “Fudan University,” Shanghai, China, on the “Study of Religion on the Academic Level,” and on “Global Ethics,” June 19, 2004.
226. Lectured at “People=s University of China,” Beijing, China, to undergraduates of the Religious Studies Section on “Dialogue among the Religions and Cultures of the World,” June 20, 2004.
227. Lectured at the “School of Marxism” of People=s University of China, Beijing, China, to graduate and undergraduate students on “Global Ethics,” June 20, 2004.
228. Lectured at “People=s University of China,” Beijing, China, to doctoral students of the Religious Studies Section on “Developing a Universal Declaration of a Global Ethics from Below,” June 21, 2004.
229. Lectured to Catholic lay leaders at the Catholic Center, Tokyo, Japan, on a “Proposed Catholic Constitution,” June 22, 2004.
230. Lectured to parishioners of Ichikawa Catholic Church in Chiba, Japan, on “A Parish Written Constitution,” June 24, 2004.
231. Lectured at the Shinsei Kaikan  (“Truth and Life Center”)Bishop Kazuhiro Mori, Founder-Director), Tokyo, Japan, on “Contemporary American Catholicism and Democracy in the Catholic Church,” June 26, 2004.
232. Lectured to faculty & sisters of Notre Dame University, Kyoto, Japan, on “A Constitution for the Catholic Church,” July 1, 2004.
233. Met at length with Vatican Ambassador (Apostolic Nuncio) to Japan, Archbishop Ambrose De Paoli, Tokyo, Japan, July 2. 2004.
234. Served as Juror of Humanitarian Services at “World Culture Open,” Festival in Seoul, Korea, September 14-16, 2004.
235. Lectured on “Dialogue and Dissent: An American Vocation,” for One Catholic Voice for Action, Miami, FL., October 3, 2004.
236. Lectured on “Toward a Catholic Constitution,” and led a workshop on parish constitutions for Voice of the Faithful, Indianapolis,
December 10-12, 2004.
237. Organized in part “35th Annual Scholars Conference on the Holocaust, the Churches and Dialogue with Islam” St. Joseph’s
University, March 5-9, 2005.
238. Lectured on “Dialogue among the World’s Religions and Cultures—An Absolute Necessity in the Twenty-first Century” at the
Blue Ridge Community College, Hendersonville, NC, April 7, 2005.
239. Lectured on “Global Ethics Today” (Keynote) at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, University of Chicago Two-day Symposium on
Global Ethics, sponsored by the Chapel, University of Chicago Divinity School, and the Niagara Foundation, April 13, 2005.
240. Lectured on “Dialogue of Christianity with its Source: Judaism,” Blue Ridge Com. Coll., Hendersonville, NC, April 21, 2005.
241. Lectured on “Dialogue of Judaism and Christianity with Their Cousin: Islam” at the Blue Ridge Community College, Hendersonville, NC, May 5, 2005.
242. Lectured on “Dialogue of Judaism, Christianity, Islam with Modernity,” Blue Ridge Com Coll, Hendersonville, NC, May 5, 2005
243. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue in South Asia” at University of Louisville for South Asian Muslim scholars, May 10, 2005.
244. Participated in U.S. State Department sponsored trip to Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh to meet with Muslim scholars (and
President Musharaff of Pakistan), June 23-July 8, 2005 (see Asian Summer Dialogue Journey).
245. Consulted with Archbishop Peter Takeo Okada of Tokyo about the Catholic Church in Japan and Reform, July 9, 2005.


246. Lectured for the Pastor Paul Ohara, Parish Council, and others of Ichikawa Parish in Chiba on a Parish Constitution (they are
developing one), July 9, 2005.
247. Lectured to a Catholic group at Katase Parish (outside of Tokyo) on Vatican II and Reform, July 11, 2005.
248. Lectured to a Catholic group of Bishop Mori=s “Adult Students” at Tokyo Catholic Center on Church reform, July 12, 2005.
249.  Lectured to a group of 20 Catholic nuns on Vatican II and Reform, and “Jesus Was a Feminist” in Tokyo, July 14, 2005.
250. Lectured for several hours to a group of mostly Catholic laity in the Cathedral of Fukuoka, Kyushu Island, Japan, on Vatican II
And a Democratic Catholic Church, July 16, 2005.
251. Lectured to the Pastor, Parish Council, and parishioners of the Catholic church of Kurosaki, Kyushu Island on a parish
Constitution—they developed one and subsequently liturgically installed it—July 17, 2005.
252. Participated in the 60th Anniversary Celebration of Korean Liberation in Seoul, and lectured at conferences and universities,
August 12-19, 2005 (see Asian Summer Dialogue Journey).
253. Lectured at the Call To Action in Milwaukee on “A Constitution for the Catholic Church,” September 5, 2005.
254. Gave 5 Lenten Lectures on “Constitutional Catholicism” at Old St. Mary=s Church, Philadelphia, Mar 1, 8, 15, 29, Apr 5, 2006.
255. Lectured at Ecumenical Theological Sem., & preached at Protestant church Detroit on Interreligious Dialogue, April 6-9, 2006.
256. Organized the Dinner, “ARCC Rights of Catholics in the Church Award,” “Journal of Ecumenical Studies Interreligious Dialogue Award,” and lectures for Hans Küng at Temple University, November 16-17, 2006.
257. Lectured at Uni. of Tübingen=s Studium Generale: “Dialogue Is Not What You Think It Is, and Why It Is Essential,” Jan. 9, 2006.
258. Lectured at Uni. of Tübingen’s Graduirten Kolleg on “Global Business? Global Business Ethics, Global Dialogue,” Jan. 10, 2006
259. Lectured at the University of Tübingen in the Christliche Ethik Vorlesung of Prof. Dietmar Mieth on “Der Nexus zwischen katholischen Kirchenreform und Dialog mit den Weltreligionen,” January 11, 2006.
260. Lectured at the Colegio Mayor Universitario C. Cisneros, University of Grenada, Spain within the Dialogue of Civilizations. Is
An Understanding of Cultures Possible? on “A Clash or Dialogue of Civilizations? A ‘Medieval’ or ‘Modern’ Mentality,”
March 23, 2006.
261. Lectured at the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, Detroit, MI on “Interreligious Dialogue: What, Who, When, Why?” and
“Whatv Does It Mean to Be a Christian Today?” April 7, 2006, and a one-day retreat for the students, alumni/ae, faculty,
board, andv staff, April 8, 2006.
262. Gave the Keynote Address at an International Conference on “The New Agora,” and “Café Europa Writers” in Sarajevo, Bosnia, on “The Age of Global Dialogue,” sponsored by the Borderland Foundation of Sijny, Poland, Fondazione Alexander Langer Stiftung, Bolzano, Italy, Mediacentar Sarajevo, P.E.N. Center of Bosnia-Hercegovenia, June 9-11, 2006.
263. Lectured in Tokyo to a series of Catholic groups on Democracy in the Catholic Church, June 25-31, 2006.
264. Lectured in Myanmar on interreligious dialogue for six Protestant theological seminaries in Yangon, Mandalay, and Mei Pyo,
July 1-16, 2006
265. Lectured in Cluj, Romania for the Institute of Intercultural, Interreligious Dialogue of the University of Cluj on interreligious dialogue, August 15-28, 2006.
266. Co-organized and led a journey to Germany (Mainz, Oberwesel, Altekuntstad, Bamberg, Weimar, Wittenberg, and Berlin) on Jewish-Christian dialogue, August 31-September 11, 2006.
267.  Lectured in Cluj, Romania for the Institute of Intercultural, Interreligious Dialogue of the University of Cluj on interreligious
dialogue, August 15-28, 2007.
268. Lectured as Senior Fulbright Fellow at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, November 15-December 3, 2007.
269.  Lectured in Cluj, Romania for the Institute of Intercultural, Interreligious Dialogue of the University of Cluj on interreligious
dialogue, March 10-14, 2008.
270. Organized Trialogue on “The Relation between Religion and Business” in conjunction with Prince Hassan of Jordan at Amman, Jordan, May 24-30, 2008.
271. Lectured on “Philip Sigal=s Contribution to Jesus Studies” at Wayne Baptist Church, Wayne, PA, June 8, 2008.
272. Lectured in Cluj, Romania for Orthodox Theological Faculty of University of Cluj on interreligious dialogue. June 2, 2008.
273. Lectured in Cluj, Romania for the Business School of the University of Cluj on “Religious and Business.” June 3, 2008.
274. Co-organized and lectured at an interreligious dialogue conference at the University of Winchester, UK, on “The Abrahamic Religions and Modernity,” September 8-11, 2008.
275. Gave the Keynote Address on “Catholic Leadership for the 21st Century” at an International Congress of the International Federation for a Renewed Catholic Ministry at Vienna, Austria, November 5-9, 2008.
276. Gave Keynote Address on “Desperately Needed: Not Only Study of, But Dialogue Among, Religions,” at the University of 
Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 8, 2009.
277. Lectured on “Jewish, Christian, Muslim Relations: Past, Present, and Future,” at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Jan 9, 2009.
278. Lectured on “What Interreligious Dialogue Is and Is Not” sponsored by the Interreligious Committee, Shetland Islands, in the
Public Library, Levrick, Shetland Islands, Scotland, March 13, 2009.
279. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue Today” at the Scottish Interfaith Youth Council, Glasgow, Scotland, March 15, 2009.
280. Lectured on “Desperately Needed: Dialogue Among Judaism, Christianity, Islam” at the Centre for Interreligious Dialogue of
the University of Glasgow, March 17, 2009.
281. Delivered a “Reflection: Nobody Knows Everything about Anything!” before the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, Scotland,
March 17, 2009. See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nu4ssQHRLP0 .
282. Lectured on “Deep-Dialogue/Critical-Thinking/Complementary-Cooperation” at Bringing the World Together B Leonard


Swidler: The Man and His Work, Temple University, April 26, 2009.
283. Lectured on “Desperately Needed: Not Only Study Of, But Dialogue Among, Religions” at the Foundation for Interreligious,
Intercultural Research and Dialogueof the University of Geneva, Switzerland, May 7, 2009.
284. Lectured on “Human Rights and Religion” at the Institut für Sozialethikan der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultätof the
University of Vienna, May 12, 2009.
285. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue: A Must Path Toward a Global Ethic” at the University of Vienna, sponsored by the
Catholic Theological Faculty on May 13, 2009.
286. Provided all-day training on “Interreligious Dialogue” for 20 Senior (Lt. Colonels and Colonels) U.S. Army Chaplains and
Assistants at Garmisch Germany, August 30, 2009.
287. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue” for 200 U.S. Army Chaplains (Captains. & Majors.) and Assistants at Garmisch,
Germany, August 31, 2009.
288. Supervised and lectured at one week training by the Dialogue Institute at Temple University in “Interreligious, Intercultural
Dialogue” for 14 Professors from Imam University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, September 21-30, 2009.
289.  Keynote Address, “Business and Religion Working Together for a Better World” at international conference “Living Islam in
Contemporary Global Society” sponsored by the Islamic Foundation for Education and Welfare of Australia, Sydney,
Australia, October 5, 2009.
290. Lectured on “The Cosmic Dance of Dialogue,” at the International Conference on Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue
University of Dhaka, sponsored by Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, Dhaka University, Bangladesh
 National Commission for UNESCO, and the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, October 7, 2009.
291. Lectured on “American Democracy and Interreligious Dialogue,” cosponsored by the Centre for American Studies (KAMERA)
& Malaysian Association for American Studies (MAAS), both National University of MalaysiaUKM, October 12, 2009.
292. Lectured on “Dialogue as Necessity and Opportunity,” Centre for Civilisational Dialogue, of University of Malaya (UM)
October 14, 2009.
293. Lectured on “Religion, Globalization & Inter-Civilizational Dialogue: Role of America & Asia in Promoting Peace & Security in the
21st Century,” for Institute of Occidental Studies (IKON), National University of Malaysia (UKM), October 15, 2009.
294. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue and China” to a delegation from the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA),
Beijing, China, at the Hong Kong Bahai Centre, October 17, 2009.
294. Lectured on “Love in Christianity,” international conference on Love In Religion, University of Hong Kong, October 18, 2009.
296. Lectured on “A Clash or Dialogue of Civilizations? A ‘Medieval’ Or ‘Modern’ Mentality” at Dialogue International, University
              of Wisconsin, Madison, November 23, 2009.
297. Lectured on “The Origin of Interreligious Dialogue” at Nazareth College, Rochester, NY, April 17, 2010.
298. Lectured on “The Origin and History of Interreligious Dialogue” at Hebrew College, Newton, MA, April 19, 2010.
299. Lectured on “The Role of Religion and Culture in Transformation of Society” World Conference on Inter-Religious and Inter-
Civilization Dialogue: “Religion and CultureSubstantial Relation among Nations” sponsored by the Ministry of Culture,
Macedonia, at Ohrid, Macedonia, May 8, 2010.
300. Lectured on “Eine Spiritualitätund Praxisder Demokratie in der katholischen Kirche und das II. Vaticanum von unten.
 Demokratisch verfasster Katholizismus. Ein Programm in 10 Schritten für eine demokratische Pfarrei-Kirche” at Kirchen-
 volks Konferenz für eine Kirche mit Zukunft. Eckpunkte Für Eine Menschenrechts-konforme Kirchenverfassung, sponsored by Wir Sind Kirche; Priester ohne Amt; Prarrer- und Laieninitiative at Batschuns, Austria, June 18-20, 2010.
301. Lectured on “The Dialogue of Civilizations,” sponsored by the Center for Islamic Contemporary Studies and the Dialogue of
              Civilizations, Imam University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, June 23, 2010.
302. Served as Academic Director for “Religious Pluralism in America” Project for 17 students from Lebanon, Iraq, and Egypt,
conducted by the Dialogue Institute, sponsored by the U.S. State Department at Temple University, July3-August 5, 2010.
303. Attended and wrote a review of the Oberammergau Passion Play, August 21, 2010.
See: http://ncronline.org/news/global/oberammergau-passion-play-inter-religiously-triumphant
304. Lectured on “The Major Contribution of the World’s Universities in the 21st Century: Fostering Deep-Dialogue, Critical-Thinking, and
Complementary-Cooperation” and chaired a session at World Universities Congressat the Onsekiz Mart University, Cenakalle,
                Turkey, October 20-24, 2010.
305. Served as Faculty Lecturer on Temple University Alumni Association tour of Egypt September 28-October 10, 2010, lecturing
three times on “Interreligious Dialogue and Global Ethics.”
306. Organized at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo a panel presentation on interreligious dialogue by five Egyptian student alumni/ae of the
U.S. State Department “Religious Pluralism in America” Project, October 1, 2010.
307. Lectured on “Desperately Needed: Not Only Study of, but Dialogue Among, Religions,” at the Second International Conference
on Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue University of Dhaka, sponsored by Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural
Dialogue, Dhaka University, Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO, and Government of the People=s Republic
of Bangladesh, November 27, 2010.
308. Lectured on “The Dialogue between Religion and Secularism,” at Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan on March 25, 2011.
309. Lectured on “Dialogue with Islam Today,” at the University of Sulaimani, Sulaimani, Iraqi Kurdistan, March 2011.
310. Lectured on “Dialogue Today” at the University of Notre Dame, Beirut, Lebanon, March, 2011.
311. Taught as Fulbright Specialist at Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan, May 1-28, 2011.
312. Lectured on “Dialogue in Contemporary Africa” in the Great Hall, Kinshasa, Congo, June, 5, 2011.
313. Lectured on “Reform in the Catholic Church” at the American Catholic Council, Detroit, MI, June, 10, 2011.
314. Lectured at Virginia Theological Seminary on “Contemporary Interreligious Dialogue,” Alexandria, VA,
315. Delivered the Festvortrag, “Humankind from the Age of Monologue to the Age of Global Dialogue,” at the Dies Facultatis of the
                University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, October 17, 2011.

316. Lectured on “Globalization and Dialogue among Civilizations,” at the International Conference on “Buddhism and the Future World,”
Wongak University, Seoul, Korea, November 12-13, 2011.
317. Lectured on “Toward a Global Ethic” at the Center for Humanistic Studies, Beijing University, Beijing, China, March, 2012
318. Consulted with Dr. Glenn Shive, Director of the Hong KongAmerica Center, Hong Kong, March, 2012.
319. Addressed the Reception at the U.S. Embassy=s Deputy Chief of Mission Ted Osius, Jakarta, Indonesia, March 12, 2012.
320. Lectured on “Contemporary Catholic Theology” at Villanova University Theology Department, Villanova, PA, April 20, 2012.
321. Lectured on “Religion and Politics in the Age of Global Dialogue” at Babes-Bolyai University, Institute for Global Studies, Cluj,
                Romania, June 22, 2012.
322. Lectured on “What Is a Global Ethic?” at the Center for Judaistic Studies and Interreligious Dialogue of Shandong University in
Jinnan, Shandong, China, September 15, 2012.
323. Lectured on “From the Axial Age to Age of Dialogue” at the Center of Heaven and Earth: Songshan Forum on Chinese and World
                Civilizations: From Axial-Age Civilizations to Dialogical Civilizations in Dengfeng, Hunan, China, September 17, 2012.
324. Lectured on “Interreligious Dialogue Today” at the Center for Humanistic Studies, Beijing University, Beijing, China, October 28,
2012.
325. Lectured on “Trialogue: Dialogue among the Abrahamic Religions” at Peoples University, Beijing, China, October 29, 2012.
326. Lectured on “Toward a Global Erthic” at Beihang University, Beijing, China, October 30, 2012.
327. Lectured on “The Challenge of Interreligious Dialogue: Preserving yet Transcending Differences” at an international conference on “Harmony
based on shared values-beyond national identities and beliefs; Dialogue between Confucianism and Christianity” sponsored by the China
                Energy Fund Committee, at the United Nations in New York, November 8-11, 2012.
328. Participated in a “Dialogue on ‘Core Values”—China and America” at University of California, Berkeley, sponsored by the Center for
                Humanistic Studies, Beijing University, Beijing, China, December 27-28, 2012.  
329. Participated in International Conference on Interreligious Dialogue sponsored by the King Abdullah International Centre for Interreligious
                Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID) in Vienna, November 5-9, 2013.
330. Spoke at Interreligious Dialogue Conference sponsored by the King Abdullah Institute for Contemporary Islam and Dialogue with
                Civilizations, Imam University, Riyadh, SA, December 15-17, 2013.
331. Spoke at the Inauguration of the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue among the Followers of Faith and Cultures, Imam University, Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia, January 14-15, 2014.
332. Lectured on “Dialogue: The Beginning, The Goal, and Constant of  Reality” at the King Abdullah International Centre for Interreligious
                Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID)in Vienna, November 4-7, 2014.
333. Lectured on “‘Ultimate Reality’ Reflects ‘Real’ Reality,” at the American Academy of Religion, San Diego, CA, November 20, 2014.
334. Organized and led a Dialogue Institute facilitated conference of 19 scholars from Philippines, Japan, Korea, China, Thailand, Myanmar,
Malaysia, and Indonesia on  teaching Interreligious Dialogue, in Hong Kong, December 8-11, 2014, in Hong Kong at the Baptist
University of Hong Kong, sponsored by the United Board of Higher Christian Education in Asia.
335. Lectured on “The “‘Dialogue Of Civilizations’ at The Tipping Point: Dialogosphere,” at a conference on “The Role of the University
in the Dialogue of Civilizations, held at Imam University, Riyadh, SA, co-sponsored by the UNESCO Chair for Dialogue among the
                Followers of Faith and Cultures and a like UNESCO Chair of the Sorbonne, Paris, January 27-28, 2015.

                X: BOOKS IN PROGRESS
1. The Age of Global Dialogue
2. Catholic (Universal) and catholic Roman)
3. Odysseys to Dialogue.
4. Deep-Dialogue: The Path into the Future.
5. International Codes of Business Ethics.
6. A Vision for the Corporation of the Third Millennium.
7. Jüdisch-christlich-muslimischer Dialog: Ein Gespräch über einen Weltethos.
8. THEORIA >----->PRAXIS. Wie Juden, Christen, Muslimen (& Andere) zusammen sich von Theorie zum Praxis hinbewegen können