Previous Parliaments

by Andras Corban-Arthen This article was originally published on January 30, 2010 by Earth Spirit Voices . Every Parliament of the World’s Religions focuses on a collection of particular themes chosen for their...
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by Andras Corban-Arthen This article was originally published on June 12, 2010 by Earth Spirit Voices in two parts . One of the most important events of the Parliament of the World’s Religions – the Indigenous Assembly...
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This article was originally published in October 1993 in the The EarthSpirit Newsletter . We have just returned from attending the second Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago, an event which originated a...
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by Karen Tate This article was originally published on January 2, 2010 by Examiner . Traditionally, this is the time of year many think about how they would like the future to be different, be it their personal future...
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by Rev. Robert V. Thompson Along with approximately 7000 people, I shared in the profound and moving experience of the 1993 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago. There is a story from the 1993 Parliament that...
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by Professor, The Reverend Gary D. Bouma AM Five years ago the Parliament of the World’s Religions convened in Melbourne, Australia. It was a grand occasion made colourful literally and spiritually by the presence of...
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by Rabbi David Rosen Message on the Occasion of The Parliament of the World’s Religions Barcelona, Spain, July 2004 The Talmud (Gittin, 59b) declares that the whole purpose of the Divine Commandments is to direct us...
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by Rev. Dr. Marcus C. R. Braybrooke Swamis, imams, rabbis, priests and gurus and their followers across the world are preparing for a pilgrimage to Australia for the fifth Parliament of World Religions, meeting in...
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by Dr. Kusumita Pedersen The Parliament of the World’s Religions, held every five years, took place in Melbourne, Australia on December 3-9, 2009. For seven days participants thronged the brand new and dramatically...
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Via HuffPost Religion Along with politics, poverty and culture, religion is often cited as a source of conflict throughout the world. However, the last 100 years reveal a growing interfaith movement in America -- one...
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