In holding to their traditional religious beliefs of love and peace
among all, many Mennonites live apart from the modern world in many
ways. This allows them to concentrate on their religious mission and
to pursue it with perseverance and purity.
Does the pursuit of religious freedom and cultural separation - a practice maintained by some old
order Mennonites, ultra-orthodox Jews, Dukhabors, create a form of segregation compatible with the
ideals of multiculturalism?