BRIEF: Friends of Compassion meeting to feature SpokaneFAVS and Fig Tree


Logo_Spokane_110112Next week the Friends of Compassion meeting, titled, “Good News about Good Works and Good People: Is Compassion Contagious?” will highlight  The Fig Tree Editor Mary Stamp and Spokane Faith & Values Editor Tracy Simmons.

According to an announcement, “they will describe their work, their missions, and their motivations.”

The discussion will be March19 from 7-9 p.m. at The Emmanuel Family Life Center, 631 S. Richard Allen Court, but the entrance is on the east side of the building off S. Ivory — one block east of Richard Allen Court. 

The discussion will be moderated by Russell Kolts, Eastern Washington University psychology professor and author.

The next Friends of Compassion gathering will be April 16 and will be on “Catholic and Buddhist Monasticism: Background, Practices, Motivations, and Outcomes.”

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