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On May 30, a sunny Friday morning, nearly one hundred Ambassadors for Peace, both men and women leaders, gathered in Ottawa on the occasion of the annual National Conference to examine and discuss the questions of good governance under the theme of "Peace, Order & Good Governance." The conference was co-sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation and the Women's Federation for World Peace, sister organizations founded by the late Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon and his wife, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon. The one-day conference opened with International Vice-President of WFWP and President of WFWP USA Angelika Selle giving a warm welcome and a brief introduction to the founding and activities of WFWP International and WFWP in Canada. She emphasized the arrival of the era of women and the need…

Keeping One's Promise

February 25th, 2014
Many years ago with the help of our beautiful friends from Bridgeport, Conn., my family and I were able to go to my native land of Transylvania, Romania to begin the Sunshine Farm Project. Mrs. Nora Spurgin, then the president of WFWP USA, wholeheartedly supported this project. The vision for the Sunshine Farm is to help alleviate the suffering of orphans who face the challenge of living without the love and guidance of their own parents. It is also to bridge the historical animosity between Hungarian, Romanian, and Roma people. Through this project, hope for the present and future is being kindled for a brighter tomorrow. Looking back at that time, I can't believe the many big and small miracles that took place. For instance Mrs. Karen Smith organized a…
Canada, whose roots lie in two founding European cultures, one of which is French in the provinces of Quebec and the city of Montreal, has a history of multiculturalism—of accepting and working together with those who are different. As one Canadian Unificationist put it, "It is not simply that a lot of diverse cultures live in Canada but that they have the possibility of all finding their place in a nation whose essential founding principle was to accept as equal a group that was different." Read the full article on the Family Federation for World Peace USA Website...
WFWP Montreal had the wonderful privilege of hosting ladies from Vancouver, Toronto, and Ottawa to celebrate "Woman to Woman Appreciation Day" on December 10, 2011. They invited WFWP USA President Angelika Selle to be their keynote speaker. Mrs. Selle gave an inspiring talk on spirituality and healing entitled "Tune In to Tune Up." WFWP Montreal Chairwoman Sandra Cusson shared, "We also were deeply impressed and inspired by her presentation of the development of WFWP USA, which she titled 'Deeper and Wider.' All could receive a clear understanding of God's desire for women and the role of WFWP." Following Mrs. Selle's presentations, participants received intriguing insights on the spirituality and dignity of women from guest speaker Bahi Krishnakhanthan. Lively and engaging discussion groups were formed after each presentation in which each…