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"Humiliation and Anger as Drivers of Violence"

Mr David Jones, Director of Anger Management Academy and Clinical Director of Siloam International, A Recovery Substance Abuse Center, both in Portland, OR, will present a short talk on the subject, "Humiliation and Anger as Drivers of Violence" on Sunday, March 18 at 5:30 PM at St Mark's Lutheran Church, 5415 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97206.
Respondents to Mr Jone's talk will be Dr Wendy Johnson, a professor at Washington State University, Vancouver Campus, and Amy Livingstone, a sacred artist in Portland Oregon. A conversation among all attendees will follow.

The program is sponsored by Spiritus Abbey, a Catholic Contemplative Community associated with the American Catholic Church in the United States. (www.accus.us).

Breaking Bread: The Peace Table is a monthly conversation that holds the values of (1) our common humanity, (2) peaceful and gentle conversations and interactions among ourselves, and a conviction that (3) transformation can occur when we approach one another with an open heart.

The event is free. A free will offering will be taken to defray costs of the speaker.

Please bring a healthy dish to share. Out of respect for our Jewish and Muslim sisters and brothers, please---no dishes with meat and dairy mixed, no pork or pork products, and no gelatin products.

homepage: homepage: http://www.spiritusabbey.com
phone: phone: 504 504-3827
address: address: 5415 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97206