Interfaith

Kapamagogopa Inc. (KI, Muslims Sharing Skills for Peace and Development)

This data was last updated on 11 October 2009.

Address: Door No.06 A & B Apartment
Block 02, Purok Anthurium
Mahayahay, Iligan City, PH
Website: http://www.ki-volunteer.org
Mission: Kapamagogopa is an interfaith organization whose mission is to help create and sustain communities within the Philippines that are peaceful, prosperous and self-reliant. They intend to train volunteers to develop...

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Pakigdait Inc. (Pakigdait Ug Pag-Amoma Alang sa Kalinaw)

This data was last updated on 7 May 2020.

Address: No. 3 Maslog St.Phone: 063-233-3103
Email: pagkigdait@yahoo.com
Website: http://pakigdaitinc1.tripod.com/index.htm
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Mission: Pakigdait's mission is to enhance individuals, groups and communities capacity to transform conflict towards constructive change.

Country: Philippines
Type of Organization: Interfaith
Constructive Practices: Education...

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Jordanian Interfaith Coexistence Research Center (JICRC)

This data was last updated on 28 April 2020.

 

Address: P.O. Box 811633, Amman, 11181, JO
Email: info@coexistencejordan.org
Website: http://www.coexistencejordan.org/
Mission: JICRC was established with the aim of using research, dialogue and practical initiatives to promote values of peaceful interfaith coexistence. The Center builds on the shared interfaith and common values system of the Jordanian experience and its...

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Interfaith Leaders Pledge to Build Peace in Region

January 31, 2006

Source: AllAfrica.com/Catholic Information Service for Africa

http://allafrica.com/stories/200601310302.html

On January 31, 2006 Catholic Information Service for Africa reported, "Interfaith leaders from West Africa and the United States meeting in Liberia vowed to work together to monitor government activity, promote justice and equality, and minimize corruption to help achieve lasting peace in the region. Regional faith leaders committing to the initiative included...

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Jewish Senator to Lead National Prayer Breakfast

January 31, 2006

Source: The Guardian

Wire Service: AP

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uslatest/story/0,,-5582838,00.html

On January 31, 2006 the Associated Press reported, "The annual National Prayer Breakfast will be co-chaired by Sen. Norm Coleman, the first time in memory that a Jew will lead the gathering, and at a time when some rabbis have expressed misgivings about what they see as the event's overtly Christian tone. The breakfast is staged...

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Interfaith Group Writes “A Faithful State of Union Address”

January 31, 2006

Source: Faithful America

http://www.faithfulamerica.org/

On January 31, 2006 Faithful America issued a "Faithful State of the Union" address. "Much has been said of the wisdom that has guided this great nation across the centuries; the wisdom of its founders, its constitution, and, at a few pivotal times, its elected leaders. Yet thousands of years before there was a United States of America, the Hebrew Prophet Micah proclaimed in just a few words what would be a moral standard for...

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Editorial: "Abandoning Pluralism"

January 31, 2006

Source: The Courier-Journal

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060131/OPINION01/601310354

On January 31, 2006 The Courier-Journal ran an editorial stating, "Ernie Fletcher [governor of Kentucky] puts great stock in the power of prayer. But how, pray tell, can the state's chief elected official host a prayer breakfast and exclude non-Christians from the program? That is a question all of us should be asking...

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University of Nevada-Las Vegas Holds Interfaith Barbeque

January 30, 2006

Source: The Rebel Yell

http://www.unlvrebelyell.com/article.php?ID=8697

On January 30, 2006 The Rebel Yell reported, "About 50 people gathered at the Newman Center [at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas] Thursday to eat barbequed food and interact with UNLV students of different backgrounds and faiths... For some, it was their first time visiting the Newman Center. Most were members, but others had heard about the event from friends. Some attendees were small children,...

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Interfaith Coffee Coop Thrives

January 30, 2006

Source: Yes!

http://www.yesmagazine.org/article.asp?id=1344

On January 30, 2006 Yes! reported, "Mirembe Kawomera coffee delivers a double jolt. First, there’s the caffeine, but right behind that tang comes the jolt of learning that the arabica beans were sold by an alliance of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Ugandan farmers. This unique cooperative in the Mbale region of Uganda is Mirembe Kawomera—Delicious Peace. Their coffee comes to market fairly traded,...

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Opinion: "Religious Pluralism in America"

January 29, 2006

Source: Lompoc Record

http://www.lompocrecord.com/articles/2006/01/29/opinions/012906b.txt

On January 29, 2006 the Lompoc Record ran an opinion piece by Dr. Bob Cornwall, pastor of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Lompoc. "Religion is a universal attribute of human existence. Officially, atheistic nations haven't rooted it out, nor have economic, scientific, or educational advances diminished its presence. Religions may resist modernity...

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Vatican Considers Establishing a "Trialogue" to Include Muslims

January 27, 2006

Source: Houston Chronicle

Wire Service: AP

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/world/3617171.html

On January 27, 2006 the Associated Press reported, "The Vatican is exploring whether to expand its Catholic-Jewish dialogue to include Muslims, although talks are at a very initial stage, a Vatican official said Friday. Monsignor Michael Fitzgerald, who heads the Vatican's office for interreligious dialogue, made the comments after...

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Interfaith Rally Condemns Hate Crime Against North Austin Mosque

January 27, 2006

Source: kvue.com

http://www.kvue.com/news/local/stories/012706kvueinterfaithrally-cb.441f183e.html

On January 27, 2006 kvue.com reported, "In a show of solidarity, members of various religious groups gathered at an Islamic center in Northwest Austin Thursday night to condemn the actions of those who vandalized the property last weekend. Many who saw the defacement say it was a hate crime. The rally was organized by Austin-area inter-...

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Wiccan-Owned Coffee Shop is Successful in Lincolnton

January 27, 2006

Source: The Charlotte Observer

http://www.charlotte.com/mld/observer/news/local/states/north_carolina/counties/gaston/13723186.htm

On January 27, 2006 The Charlotte Observer reported, "There's a fair number of [witches] in Gaston and Lincoln counties, Kym Miller said this week... in her Witches' Brew Cafe on the courthouse square in Lincolnton. She should know. She's a witch herself. (A cafe sign reads: 'Yes, I'm a witch...

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