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The Osage Forest of Peace: An Introduction

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Aired on Friday, November 1st.

On this edition of ST, we learn about the Osage Forest of Peace, which is located on hundreds of acres in Sand Springs, and which dates back to 1979. This nonprofit sanctuary is, per its website, an "interspiritual, contemplative retreat center.... [It aims to] provide sacred space for individual retreats, group retreats, or a day of respite from the busy world. [Therefore, its] environment is supportive of all those who desire to engage in 'dialogue of the heart' through prayer and meditation." Our guest is Rev. JoAnn Huber, the Interim Executive Director of this special space. She tells us about an upcoming gathering at the Forest of Peace, happening on Sunday afternoon, the 3rd, which is intended for those who want to learn more about this facility.

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