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Entries tagged with “Interfaith”

Hosting an Interfaith Harmony Breakfast

The first week in February is World Interfaith Harmony Week. The week was proposed by the Jordanian delegation to the United Nations and established by the UN General Assembly in 2…

How Do We Speak, and Hear, Across Interfaith Boundaries?

Spirituality & Health's former poetry editor says language is key.

I Have Failed, Part 2

I split this blog post into two sections so as to not lose the import of the second part. In “I Have Failed, Part 1” I bemoaned the fact that try as I did to get my students to thi…

I Have Failed, Part 3

This rant was to have only two parts (you can read Part 1 here, and Part 2 here), but private emails I received in response to them necessitated a Part 3. I received very polite a…

I Have Failed, Part 4

I seem to have opened a can of worms, and I invite you worms to post your comments on the blog rather than emailing me directly. I can’t respond to each writer, and I have to move …

Join the World’s Largest Interfaith Gathering

Melbourne, Australia, may be a long way to travel, but now is the time to go for the global conference of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. The week-long conference (Decembe…

Letting Go

Our faith traditions teach us how to honor our grief and come back to life.

Preaching to the Choir

An interfaith coalition promotes divestment from fossil fuel holdings, one congregation at a time. The lead campaigner experiences unexpected spiritual growth in the process.

Religions at War

The toll of the savagely faithful and two historic new steps toward peace.

The Power of Interfaith Prayer to Unite Cultures and Religions

What happens when people of different faiths pray together? According to Gandhi, prayer is a ‘longing of the soul.’ And when individual souls come together to pray—even when …

Welcome to the Great (Interfaith) Swamp!

Making interfaith dialogue a priority: the "other" is our neighbor, our co-worker, our boss, maybe our spouse. Love it or not, each of us is being pushed into more constant and increasingly complex interactions with people of vastly different beliefs and ways of knowing. And, as we know from brain science, it is through such interactions that we create ourselves.

What Do You Wear to Climb the Sacred Mountain?

This dialogue from the God at 2000 conference contains a veritable feast of food for thought. The speakers are scholar of Jewish mysticism Rabbi Lawrence Kushner; distinguished professor of Islamic studies Seyyed Hossein Nasr; social psychologist and Benedictine Sister Joan Chittister; and Karen Armstrong, a former Roman Catholic nun whose A history of God has become an international best-seller.

What's Really Going On in the Conference Room?

In companies coast to coast, business people are meeting in small groups and talking about how their spirituality and personal values connect with their work.

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