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The Dalai Lama, self-proclaimed feminist and Spiritual leader of Tibet, recently sat down with British journalist Cathy Newman. “I would be pleased if my successor was female,” the Dalai Lama said. The Telegraph reports...
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10 Essential Points About the Boston Marathon Bombers, Islam, and America Digging through misinformation circulating online during last week’s coverage of the Boston marathon bombing was a harrowing process, and it was...
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The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions released these statements in the newsletter and on CPWR social media channels in response to the April 15, 2013 bombing at the Boston Marathon. During the FBI search...
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The council that convenes the Parliament of the World’s Religions recently announced an urgent financial challenge putting the largest and oldest global Interfaith organization into jeopardy of closing imminently after...
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Christian-, Muslim-, and Jewish-Americans ages 18 through 35 are encouraged to apply to the Ecumenical Institute at the Chateau de Bossey of the World Council of Churches for the “Building an Interfaith Community”...
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By CPWR Staff, Adaptation of original Bahrain Interfaith report by Sheikh Maytham Al Salman According to clergy spanning a world of spiritual beliefs, Bahrain is an island nation half populated by immigrants who live in...
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As part of 150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Math, Chennai, India and Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi has recently released a new 3D Movie “9/11 – The Awakening” . This short 3D Movie...
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Light. The ability to see what is really going on in our lives. The value of alertness, of watchfulness, of consciousness, of awareness.
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CPWR Trustee Leo D. Lefebure reflects on his personal journey of interreligious engagement
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Paul Chaffee introduces the newest interreligious publication: The Interfaith Observer.
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Omaha, Nebraska, is the home of the Tri-Faith Initiative which will begin building an inter-religious campus which will likely harbor inter-religious communication.
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Over a cappuccino and a muffin, an orthodox Christian, a liberal Muslim and an ultra-conservative Islamist discuss their differing ideologies in the hopes of changing stereotypes.
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In his new book, the Dalai Lama suggests that a secular ethics code would allow people from all backgrounds to strive together for a better world.
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Gary Laderman suggests that Americans embrace a “religious sensibility” in remembering the celebrities who have died.
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Jewish youths of Congregation Beth El in Bethesda discuss religion with Muslim and Hindu exchange students.
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The Pluralism Project announces On Common Ground 2.0, the new web-based revision of its award-winning resource.
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Yaira Robinson relates a tour while attending the Environmental Justice retreat to Ironbound, a neighborhood in Newark, and reflects on her religious obligation to the well being of people and the environment.
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The neighborhood of Toxteth, in Liverpool, addresses its diverse religious community through engagement with each other's sacred spaces.
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This week, Catholics and Muslims met along the Jordan River for frank and friendly talks about their differences and how to get beyond their misunderstandings.
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The third event of CPWR's "Sharing Sacred Spaces" program in Chicago, at St. James Episcopal Cathedral.
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