Interfaith

Interfaith Gathering in Hartford to Discuss Global Warming in the Wake of Katrina

September 8, 2005

Source: Hartford Courant

http://www.courant.com/news/local/hc-enviro0908.artsep08,0,683056.story?coll=hc-headlines-local

On September 8, 2005 the Hartford Courant reported, "Leaders from a range of denominations and faiths will gather for the first time Friday at Hartford Seminary to discuss the responsibility of faith communities to care for the environment. Religious communities have become more inclined to embrace...

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In Austin, Chaplains Reach Out to Evacuees of All Faiths

September 8, 2005

Source: Austin American-Statesman

http://www.statesman.com/metrostate/content/metro/stories/09/8faith.html

On September 8, 2005 the Austin American-Statesman reported, "The Rev. James Robertson served as a hospital chaplain for 14 years and has 'seen everything you could possibly see.' That is one of the reasons he says Austin Diocese Bishop Gregory Aymond tapped him to lead the Catholic response to the nearly 4,000 hurricane survivors housed at...

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Bush Designates Day of Prayer and Remembrance for Katrina Victims

September 8, 2005

Source: Beliefnet

Wire Service: AP

http://www.beliefnet.com/story/174/story_17456_1.html

On September 8, 2005 the Associated Press reported, "President Bush on Thursday pledged the government would cut through red tape to provide an immediate $2,000 in disaster assistance to families displaced by Hurricane Katrina and make sure they continue receiving Medicaid, food stamps, jobless compensation and other federal benefits. He designated...

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Western Kentucky University Students Have Range of Local Worship Options

September 8, 2005

Source: Western Kentucky University Herald

http://www.wkuherald.com/media/paper603/news/2005/09/08/Diversions/Many-Worship.Options.Available.Near.Campus-979061.shtml

On September 8, 2005 the Western Kentucky University Herald reported, "Many students have difficulty finding a place to worship after enrolling at Western. Other students may have trouble adjusting to new venues of worship... Several...

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Interfaith Lay Academy Celebrates 25 Years

September 7, 2005

Source: delawareonline.com

http://www.delawareonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050907/LIFE/509070316/1005

On September 7, 2005 delawareonline.com reported, "In 1980 it was rare to find education classes at one's house of worship teaching about another faith. That's why the Interfaith Lay Academy was born. Over the years it's been possible to learn about Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism as well as topics such as dreams...

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Church World Service Leader Calls for Interfaith Cooperation in Relief Efforts

September 6, 2005

Source: AlertNet.org/Church World Service

http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/fromthefield/284081/112602054210.htm

On September 6, 2005 Church World Service reported, "Amid a deteriorating situation throughout flood-affected Louisiana, Church World Service Executive Director John McCullough and other religious leaders today said cooperation among different faith groups must be an imperative in the response to Hurricane Katrina. During a meeting convened by...

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Diverse Religious Responses to the Tragedy of Katrina

September 5, 2005

Source: The Washington Post

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/09/04/AR2005090401466.html

On September 5, 2005 The Washington Post reported, "At houses of worship across the Washington area, people struggled this weekend to understand the catastrophe of Katrina through the prism of their faiths, and to use their religious beliefs as a cornerstone of their response... For members of Washington's large immigrant...

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Robert Wuthnow Explores Religious Diversity in America

September 5, 2005

Source: The Charlotte Observer

http://www.charlotte.com/mld/observer/news/opinion/12564433.htm

On September 5, 2005 The Charlotte Observer ran a book review of America and the Challenges of Religious Diversity by Robert Wuthnow. "Wuthnow draws on the results of the national Religion and Diversity Survey as well as 300 in-depth interviews conducted in 14 metropolitan areas, including Charlotte... Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims represent what Wuthnow...

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Denver Faithful Respond to Needs of Katrina Victims

September 5, 2005

Source: The Denver Post

http://www.denverpost.com/ci_3002070?rss

On September 5, 2005 The Denver Post reported, "Across the Denver metropolitan area, religious communities have stepped up efforts to raise money, gather supplies and even offer housing for hurricane evacuees. And many weekend worship services included prayers, sermons and messages of hope for the survivors. 'The government gives material relief, but there's this hope element that the church has to bring,' the Rev...

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Christian Aid Organization Advises Against Proselytizing During Hurricane Relief

September 5, 2005

Source: Ekklesia

http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/content/news_syndication/article_05095aid.shtml

On September 5, 2005 the Ekklesia reported, "As relief finally arrives in places devastated by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi, Christians have been reminded that they should not use aid as a cynical tool for winning vulnerable people over to their religious convictions... In January 2005, some missionaries were accused of exploiting tsunami...

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In Montgomery, Catholic Schools Embrace Religious Diversity

September 4, 2005

Source: The Montgomery Advertiser

http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050904/NEWS/509040302/1001

On September 4, 2005 The Montgomery Advertiser reported, "Jessica Brown and her classmates don't always see eye to eye when it comes to topics centered on religion. Brown, 17, a senior at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School, has been enrolled in Catholic schools since kindergarten. But she's grown up in...

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