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Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC)

This data was last updated on 5 May 2020.

Address: 632 Vine Street Suite 606, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-721-4843
Website: http://www.marcconline.com
Mission: MARCC is a coalition, a way of enabling these 14 Jewish, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Protestant and Unitarian-Universalist judicatories to work together on a few, agreed-upon, local social concerns to make life better for people in metropolitan Cincinnati.

 

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Panel Discusses Religious Differences

February 28, 2011

Author: Tom Evans

Source: The Stamford Times

http://thestamfordtimes.com/story/500194

In an effort to dispel preconceived ideas about faith that have too often been driven by suspicion, prejudice and misunderstanding, the InterFaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut and the Mayor's Multicultural Council of Stamford presented a panel discussion featuring Stamford religious leaders called "My Neighbor's Faith" on Sunday afternoon at the auditorium in the...

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From CD-ROM to Blogosphere: Religious Pluralism Comes Home

February 28, 2011

Author: Kathryn Lohre

Source: State of Formation

http://www.stateofformation.org/2011/02/from-cd-rom-to-blogosphere-religious-pluralism-comes-home/

In February of 1998, I returned to the wintry campus of St. Olaf College, a small Christian liberal arts school in rural Minnesota, after a five-month global study trip. It was a bewildering reverse culture shock back into my Norwegian Lutheran heritage;...

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Interfaith Gathering Outside Hamden Mosque to Protest Vandalism

February 25, 2011

Author: Brian Burnell

Source: NECN

http://www.necn.com/02/25/11/Interfaith-gathering-outside-Hamden-mosq/landing_newengland.html?blockID=427941&feedID=4206

A mosque in Connecticut has been targeted by vandals for the third time. So, people from all faiths gathered outside an Islamic center in Hamden on Friday to protest the repeated acts of vandalism.

 

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Hindu Americans Promote Pluralism At PantheaCon 2011

February 23, 2011

Author: Staff Writer

Source: Hindu American Foundation

http://www.hafsite.org/Hindu_Americans_Promote_Pluralism_PantheaCon_2011

Over 2300 people from around the world gathered at the Double Tree Hotel in San Jose, CA this past President’s Day weekend to attend PantheaCon 2011, an event dubbed to celebrate and honor the Pagan and Ethnic Religious Traditions. This year’s program also featured presentations by the...

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Demonstrations Held Outside King’s Office Ahead Of Hearings On Radical Islam

February 22, 2011

Author: Staff Writer

Source: CBS News New York

Wire Service: AP

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/02/22/demonstrations-held-outside-kings-office-ahead-of-hearings-on-radical-islam/

New York Congressman Peter King wants to investigate why Muslims are becoming more radical here in the United States.

 

But as CBS 2’s Demetra Ganias...

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Famed Islamic School Riven By Battle for Control

February 21, 2011

Author: Ravi Nessman

Source: The Washington Post

Wire Service: AP

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/21/AR2011022101822.html

One of the world's most revered schools of Islamic learning, whose strict interpretations of the Quran inspired the Taliban, is facing a revolt against its newly appointed reformist leader - an MBA with a Facebook fan page.

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A Muslim, a Christian, a Sikh and a Hindu Walk into a College Dorm Room...and Discover World Peace

February 21, 2011

Author: Qasim Rashid

Source: The Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/qasim-rashid/a-muslim-a-christian-a-si_b_826157.html

So the story begins like this. Four students, an Ahmadi Muslim, a Protestant Christian, a Sikh and a Hindu are crammed into a tiny dorm room at Princeton University. Each comes out three days later, having discovered the solution for world peace. Yeah, seriously.

From Egypt to America: A New Age Of Idealism

February 21, 2011

Author: Eboo Patel

Source: The Washington Post

http://onfaith.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/eboo_patel/2011/02/egyptian_movements_american_mo.html

There's an electric energy amongst the hundred or so student interfaith leaders gathered at the Coming Together conference at Princeton University: people their age, doing the things they do, just accomplished what most experts and analysts considered impossible...

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Utah's Religious Community Comes Together In the Tabernacle On Temple Square to Celebrate Diversity

February 20, 2011

Author: Spencer Garn

Source: The Deseret News

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705367138/Utahs-religious-community-comes-together-in-the-Tabernacle-on-Temple-Square-to-celebrate-diversity.html

With her hair pulled back under a hijab, an Islamic headdress, Sonya Cherifi sat on a pew in the Tabernacle on Temple Square beside her Mormon parents watching...

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