Monastic Interreligious Dialogue
Dialogue Interreligieux Monastique (DIMMID)
Founded 1978, within the Aide Inter Monastères (AIM), when sub-committees were set up in Europe and USA, by R-XR1657 - Benedictine Confederation. Subcommittees merged with those set up in Australia (1991) and India/Sri Lanka (1994) under a General Secretariat for Dialogue Interreligieux Monastique/Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, 1994. Also referred to as Committees for Monastic Interreligious Dialogue -- Commissions pour le dialogue interreligieux monastique.
As an international Catholic monastic organization, promote and support dialogue, especially dialogue at the level of religious experience and practice, between Christian monastic men and women and followers of other religions.
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Board of Directors (meets annually), consisting of Secretary General, President of F-XF2924 - Alliance inter-monastères (AIM), Regional Coordinators and at least 3 Directors at large.
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