Sr Arlyne Casas has written a book that offers encouraging stories about our experiences in encountering God and how our notion of God changes as we relate with believers of other faiths. From her conversations with fifteen friends of Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths and different nationalities, it emerges that their awakening to God’s voice generally stems from listening to the poor, the marginalized and the exploited.
Sr Pat Fox, NDS, lawyer by profession and Human rights advocate, reviews the book as follows:
Dr. Mina M. Ramirez, President Emerita, Asian Social Institute Malate in Manila hopes the book will “inspire us to reflect on God’s presence within us, above, and around us as we, belonging to the family of God, take active part to incarnate God in our ecological and social environment.”
Dubbed by Fr. Daniel Franklin Pilario of Adamson University in Manila as “a must-read for all God-seekers”, it is intended as a guidebook for teachers of Sociology of Religion and for advocates of interfaith and interreligious dialogue who promote the core values of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation (JPIC). Sr Arlyne also hopes it will serve as a work of reference for students of Biblical Theology, Sociology of Religion, Applied Cosmic Anthropology, and Pastoral Sociology, as they ponder on the importance of human experiences in finding the grace of God.
Read Sr Arlyne’s book: