Dr. Maureen McCormack is a Sister of Loretto. She holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and Education from University of Denver. McCormack is currently a Board member and Executive Committee member of The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado. She also serves on the National Interfaith Alliance Board and on the Eco-Justice Ministry Board. She received many awards including the Loretto Humanitarian Award for significant contributions to social justice and humanitarian causes.
“I met a number of people who are part of Hizmet Movement. I am very impressed with them. They are very hospitable, kind, gentle people and reaching out to all kinds of people throughout the world. It was quite impressive.”
“I also appreciated he talks about hearts becoming wide like the ocean and he speaks about in terms of people accepting about all traditions and all peoples. I think the fact that they learn so much from people of other traditions. They are very open to all the people.”
“I think it’s such a gift to the world that the people in the Hizmet Movement dialogue with people of all faith traditions. Because they are so open. I find them just amazingly interested in compassion to all people.”