Interfaith

Pagans Expected to Receive Admittance to Scottish Interfaith Council

April 4, 2004

Source: The Scotsman

http://news.scotsman.com/scotland.cfm?id=383252004

On April 4, 2004 The Scotsman reported, "Pagans are set to receive approval from one of Scotland’s leading religious bodies for the first time. They are expected to be admitted to the Scottish Interfaith Council, which represents all the main faiths in Scotland, and hope the move will pave the way for official state recognition of pagan weddings and funerals as well as special leave for events...

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"Faithful Democracy" Stresses Civil Participation Rooted in Religious Values

April 2, 2004

Source: Episcopal News Service

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On April 2, 2004 the Episcopal News Service reported, "During an election year, the importance of casting informed votes and underlining how each and every ballot makes a difference cannot be emphasized enough, according to Faithful Democracy, a coalition of religious organizations which is committed to promoting faithful engagement in the democratic process. A press conference in Judiciary Square, Washington, D.C., drew representatives from...

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Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice Responds to Unborn Victims of Violence Act

April 1, 2004

Source: U.S. Newswire

http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=173-04012004

On April 1, 2004 U.S. Newswire issued a press release from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, responding to the proposed Unborn Victims of Violence Act. The release included the following statement from Reverend Carlton W. Veazey, president of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice: "President Bush's signing today of the so-called "Unborn Victims of...

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Education as Transformation: History of a Movement

April 1, 2004

Author: Peter Laurence

Source: Spirituality in Higher Education Newsletter

http://www.spirituality.ucla.edu/newsletter_new/past_pdf/volume_1/vol_1_issue_1/EoT.pdf

Early development

"I came here because I knew that a movement was starting÷" declared Cheryl Keen of Antioch College at the first national gathering sponsored by Education as Transformation in 1998. According to Victor Kazanjian, Dean of...

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Religious Leaders Pledge to Work for Conflict Resolution to End Violence

March 31, 2004

Source: Inter Press Service News Agency

http://www.ipsnews.net/interna.asp?idnews=23116

On March 31, 2004 the Inter Press Service News Agency reported, "The past few days have seen religious leaders around Africa take the lead in addressing violence on the continent. In Zimbabwe, clerics from various Christian denominations gathered in Harare and Bulawayo to pray for peace in their country, which is in the throes of political and economic hardship. Colleagues from...

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Interfaith Alliance of Idaho

This data was last updated on 6 January 2021.

Address: P.O. Box 15893, Boise, ID
Phone: 208-368-6772
Email: tiaid@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.tiaidaho.org
Mission: Interfaith Alliance of Idaho collaborates with progressive organizations, people of faith and goodwill, and people of conscience to develop and implement strategies to build stronger communities, advance social justice through education, and support our democracy...

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Brotherhood-Sisterhood Brunch Celebrates Religious Diversity in Teaneck, N.J.

March 29, 2004

Source: The Miami Herald

https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/499849542/

On March 29, 2004 The Miami Herald ran an article from The Record that reported, "About 600 people gathered Sunday afternoon for the 18th annual Interfaith Brotherhood-Sisterhood Brunch to recognize and embrace the diversity of people and religions found in...

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Inter-Religious Committee Formed to Deal With Conflicts

March 29, 2004

Source: AllAfrica.com

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On March 29, 2004 AllAfrica.com posted a Catholic Information Service for Africa article that reported, "An inter-religious committee to foster dialogue between the different religions in Sudan was formed on Thursday, March 25, 2004. The committee, constituted in the warring south, has the duty to ensure that the tribal conflict there does not degenerate into a religious one. Speaking during the regional Interfaith Peace Summit for Africa, held in...

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PC-USA to Host International Christian-Muslim Dialogue

March 24, 2004

Source: PCUSA news

http://www.wfn.org/2004/03/msg00201.html

On March 24, 2004 PCUSA news issued a press release that stated, "Acting on the belief that listening can promote better understanding, Christian and Muslim leaders from around the world will once again visit the United States to meet with Presbyterians and others through the Interfaith Listening Project. The program, which promotes face-to-face dialogue between Christians and Muslims about living...

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"Sharing Our Faiths" Introduces Brandeis Students to Different Religious Services

March 23, 2004

Source: The Justice

http://www.thejusticeonline.com/news/2004/03/23/News/sharing.Our.Faith.Gives.Taste.Of.Different.Beliefs-638930.shtml

On March 23, 2004 The Justice reported, "'Sharing our Faiths,' a new series sponsored by the Religious Pluralism and Spirituality this semester, allows students to attend services or gatherings of different religions, including Buddhist meditation, Catholic mass and...

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In Michigan, Teachers in Public Education Learn About Diversity

March 19, 2004

Source: The Detroit Free Press

http://www.freep.com/news/religion/crumm19_20040319.htm

On March 19, 2004 The Detroit Free Press reported, "In the middle of a keynote address to 200 Oakland County educators by Heather Neff, an expert on religious diversity from Eastern Michigan University, the conference suddenly was interrupted by a voice booming Arabic phrases. Neff stopped cold. Teachers looked around in surprise. Then, they recalled that their conference on...

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Americans Embrace Interfaith Spirituality

March 17, 2004

Source: The Dallas Morning News

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/religion/stories/031304dnrelinterfaith.3f82e.html

On March 17, 2004 The Dallas Morning News published an article on interfaith spirituality. "She's been Christian, Hindu, Unitarian and more. Now, instead of following a single religion, René Shepley-Ragan embraces them all. She calls her path "interfaith spirituality," an identification she shares...

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