Here's what people have said...
"Looking back on my project, what I came to call 'the Lucinda Factor' was crucial to its success. And what is that factor? The ability to connect with thinkers and activists across the spectrum of the faiths and to integrate theory and practice in conversation. Lucinda Mosher is the ideal companion when you deliberately walk into difference."– The Rev'd Canon Dr. Stephen Cherry, Dean of King's College Cambridge
"To say that Dr. Mosher is passionate is an understatement. The facts come alive as she weaves into lectures her personal experiences." — Professor Claude F. Jacobs, University of Michigan-Dearborn
"A born teacher for whom teaching is a vocation, Lucinda's courses are an ideal combination of creative pedagogy, academic substance, and warm and engaging interaction with students." — Professor K. Priscilla Pedersen, St. Francis College (NYC)
"An excellent facilitator of ecumenical and inter-faith conversations, and inductive educator in matters of faith and daily life, Lucinda Mosher has been invaluable to our clergy and congregation as we have sought to understand, appreciate, and work together for justice and peace with the diverse peoples of faith in midtown Manhattan." — The Rev. Amandus J. Derr, Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church (NYC)
"Lucinda Mosher's writing makes the enormously complex world of religion accessible to the lay reader." —Shanta Premawardhana, President, Omnia Institute for Contextual Leadership
"An invaluable resource. The depth and range of her knowledge of religious traditions and of education helped us to develop a fully integrated program that builds mutual respect and understanding among our youngest children."—Joyce Dubensky, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
"When our orchestra needed a religious scholar to elucidate a highly literary libretto for a group of Jews, Muslims, and Christians, Lucinda Mosher proved the ideal choice. Her intellectual and ethical commitment to interreligious dialogue helped inspire a most fruitful set of encounters." —Ted Wiprud, Brooklyn Philharmonic