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United Religions Initiative (URI) is a key partner of the Parliament of the World’s Religions within the interfaith movement and in the pursuit of a more peaceful, just and sustainable world. We are delighted to learn...
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On Sunday, May 19, 2019 at the War Memorial in Trenton, New Jersey, Saffet A. Catovic, was one of the community organizers/activists whose efforts were recognized and honored at the 2019 New Jersey State Governor’s...
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From May 12th through the 14th, representatives from around the world gathered for the 16th United Nations Celebration of Buddha's Birthday - Vesak 2019. The General Assembly, by its resolution 54/115 of 1999,...
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The Parliament's Climate Action Program and the Security and Sustainability Forum are working together to produce a new webinar series early next month. Called Faith and Climate , the webinars will bring faith leaders...
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On May 3rd, the Parliament of the World's Religions joined Smallholder Farmer's Alliance , Timberland , Columbia University , and the New York Institute of Technolog y for a special event featuring Colleen Vien,...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions is thrilled to announce the launch of the Climate Commitments Project Web Hub . This web-based resource is the virtual face of the Climate Commitments Project, our effort to...
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The St. Thomas Syro-Malabar Cathedral and Parliament of the World’s Religions invite you to attend a lecture and dialogue about caring for our common home with the Rev. Dr. Joshstrom Isaac Kureethadam, SDB, The Vatican’...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions extends its deepest condolences to the victims of the anti-semitic shooting attack that occurred this past Sabbath in the Poway community. On Saturday, April 27th the Chabad of...
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Justin Remer-Thamert is the Executive Director of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice . Liaison to faith communities and allied organizations, Justin helps develop leadership within the organization,...
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This article was originally shared on The Interfaith Observer on April 15th. I just returned from a visit to South Asia. Right before my visit, the tensions between nuclear rivals India and Pakistan were at an all-time...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions extends its deepest condolences to the victims of the bombing attacks that occurred this past Easter in Sri Lanka. Churches offering Easter services and a number of hotels were...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions is your partner in preparing for and observing UN World Interfaith Harmony Week. We connected with the 2019 winners of H.M. King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week Prize...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions is your partner in preparing for and observing UN World Interfaith Harmony Week. We connected with the 2019 winners of H.M. King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week Prize...
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Trees, plants, and all that is inside and outside is God. — Siri Guru Nanak Sahib (SGGS,, Raag Gauri, pp 223) Image Courtesy of EcoSikh Commemorating the 550 th year since the birth of the Sikh religion’s founder Siri...
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This letter was originally shared on the Southern California Committee for a Parliament of the World's Religions Newsletter on April 6th. The Golden Rule is a maxim that is found in one form or another in most of the...
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Rev. Abare Kallah is the Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria in the North East, Gusau, Zamfara State and an ordained Religious leader of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Gombe. With over 24...
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Of Cakes and Garbage Heaps was written by Dr. Robert P. Sellers, immediate past Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Parliament of the World’s Religion s , for the Religica blog. You can find the full blog post and...
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The 1893 World Parliament of Religions is historic for many reasons. It marked the first formal gathering of representatives of Eastern and Western spiritual traditions and today, it is recognized as the birth of formal...
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Reposted from the EthicsDaily.com with permission. The original article was written by Kyle Tubbs and can be read here . Have you ever traveled with young children? Everything takes longer. Bathroom stops, hauling...
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I was driving from Chicago to Rochester, New York on March 15, and, typically listening to favorite CDs, to pass the time away, while doing my best to keep my focus on the road. It wasn’t until early afternoon that I...
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