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Rating: 5

Fr. Tom is a well of wisdom, an ocean of compassion, and a fountain of inspiration. Tom offers education, facilitation and guidance for all sorts of seekers. He has a knack for simplifyng the complex, honoring the ancient, and radically making space for that which Spirit insists requires a second look. Whether tending members of the Catholic family, or building bridges between multiple faiths, concerns and beliefs, Fr Tom listens. Contemplative and fully alive, Tom brings skill, patience, passion and wit to his work.

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Rating: 5

The IPP is a stand alone non-profit that is a member of our county's Interfaith Council. I currently serve as the Interim Executive Director of the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County. I have been amazed at the ability of the IPP to provide on the ground programming, sometimes in congregations, sometimes in homes, sometimes at their Interfaith Library/Center that is meaningful, relevant, and needed to help people willing to learn about other's faith traditions and deepen their own. They have an active volunteer board that serves, raises funds, provides hospitality, and reaches out to communities across Northern California.

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Rating: 5

The most vital mission of THE INTERFAITH PEACE PROJECT resonates throughout the retreat ministry for which I have been involved in for several years, and that is "There is no world peace without religious peace." More than instilling peace in the imaginations of women and men taking their faith seriously, The Interfaith Peace Project, especially with the spiritual guidance of Father Tom Bonacci, invites more of a quest and a possibility. Through study, reflection, prayer, and meaningful dialogue, many are inspired to respond in a deliberate and intentional way by forming active groups and communities to embrace an open and welcomed collective interfaith identity. The IPP provides access at the local level, the most significant grounding for peace to take root and flourish. The prospect of peace among religions, while difficult to imagine on a global level, can be given genuine expression at the invitation of IPP as local leaders and faithful encounter and embrace the reality of peace. Here, the weariness of violence and injustice is transformed into hope.

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