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Religious and spiritual communities in Chicago are opening their doors to each other and building bridges through sharing their spaces.
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CPWR Trustee Rev. Ellen Grace O'Brian reflects on her experience of bringing interreligious dialogue from the global to the local.
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Landon E. Hancock and Aysegul Keskin Zeren examine religious and cultural traditions in transitional justice.
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Bud Heckman suggests six milestones to measure the efficacy and success of the interreligious movement.
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It is with deep sadness that we note the passing of Yael R. Wurmfeld, longtime member of the Board of Trustees of the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions.
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Women Transcending Boundaries is a grassroots group that started in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, now thriving ten years later.
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A village discovers peace when a Hindu man gives his blood to save the life of a Muslim woman.
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Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid presents 10 practical ways that individuals, organizations, and congregations can build bridges of understanding in their local communities.
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In the midst of the Middle East conflict is a community trying to create a different reality, one that says Israelis and Arabs can live side-by-side in peace.
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CPWR Executive Director is the recipient of the 2011 Niagara Fethullah Gulen Award.
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School makes history by having the three primary Abrahamic traditions training clergy in a shared environment.
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CPWR Trustee Anantanand Rambachan argues that the interdependence of people of different religions is not only political, but theological.
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Cyrus Rivetna discusses how Zoroastrians have practiced eco-conscious living in both ancient and modern times.
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CPWR Board Chair Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid is interviewed about 9/11’s impact on American Muslims.
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Paul Raushenbush reflects on the power of religion both to unite and to divide.
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Buddhist monks from South Korea cross into North Korea for a ceremony to honor an ancient Buddhist relic.
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Valarie Kaur of Auburn Seminary reflects on Millennials, Moral Vision, and Movement-Building
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Three essays from the winners of the Hindu American Foundation's essay challenge: "Every day, my Hindu-ness makes me a better American because... "
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Muslims turned up in droves for the Coptic Christmas mass last week, offering their bodies, and lives, as “shields” to Egypt’s threatened Christian community.
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Council Chair Abdul Malik Mujahid speaks on the recent bombing in Alexandria, Egypt.
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