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Two faith leaders who fought on opposite sides during the religious conflict in Nigeria now find themselves working together to bring peace to Kenya.
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2009 Parliament in Melbourne program leader, Professor Desmond Cahill, has worked to help migrants feel at home in Australia.
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Nearly 300 million Chinese identified themselves as religious in a recent poll.
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Brad Hirschfield remembers the collapse of the Jewish Temple, and the lesson it teaches of the danger of raising one's personal desires over the needs of one's neighbor.
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The 12th anniversary of the Sri Vidya Temple Society was marked by an 11-day ceremony.
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The most comprehensive survey of mosques in the U.S. is being launched by Muslim-American organizations.
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A rising number of clerics in Indonesia demonstrate that being Chinese and Muslim are not mutually exclusive.
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The need for a "theology of healing" was the central theme at a meeting at St. Vlash Theological Academy in Albania.
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Bernie Glassman leads an intercultural group to Auschwitz every year in order to promote peacemaking and remembrance for the fallen.
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France has come one step closer to banning the burqa, as its lower house of Parliament has passed the bill. The French Senate will vote next.
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A leading figure in the Jewish-Christian dialogue, Rev. Dr. John Pawlikowski spoke last week in Australia.
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The Fes Festival of World Sacred Music in Morocco has reached its 16th year.
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This week, Patheos.com focuses on the future of Judaism during its summer series on the world's religions.
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Afeefa Syeed, Senior Advisor at USAID and participant in a panel discussion with CPWR Executive Director Dirk Ficca in June, is interviewed in this article.
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One blogger examines the often assumed distinction of spirituality vs. religiousness from a Christian perspective.
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Alisa Roadcup, Communications Director for the Council, is interviewed about Buddhism in the West.
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The Council presents a new interview with Dr. Sakena Yacoobi.
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The 47th annual Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) convention met in Chicago on July 4.
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Martin E. Marty discusses the modern growth of Christianity in the Southern Hemisphere and its importing of Northern Christendom's controversies.
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On its 25th anniversary, the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago looks to engage local groups in social action and interfaith dialogue.
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