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Archbishop Desmond Tutu, keynote speaker at the 1999 Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, plans to retire from public life this fall.
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From The Times of India The recently concluded FIFA World Cup football in South Africa caused worldwide excitement. Indians were overtaken by the passion of the game even though India was not participating in the event...
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From Informador.com The Council for a Parliament of World Religions determined that the city will compete to host the religious event. GUADALAJARA, JALISCO (21/JUL/2010).- The executive director of the Council for a...
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Robert Thurman, President of Tibet House in New York, envisions interreligious dialogue at Ground Zero.
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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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