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31 August 2007

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Epistle from the 22nd Triennial of the Friends World Committee for Consultation - preview
To Friends the world over:

Three hundred and eight Friends from forty-one countries, representing many different branches of the Quaker family, met at King's Hospital School in Dublin from 11th to 19th August 2007
  • At our time of arrival, we were welcomed by Irish Friends, who with great love, dedication and enthusiasm made us feel part of their lives
  • Thanks to their contacts and enormous work by the visa team (Ireland and the FWCC World Office), visas were obtained for a much greater number of participants than was formerly possible, making the gathering more truly representative of our whole membership

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