Young Voices: Students and organizations like Interfaith Youth Core are taking on prejudice and misunderstanding between religious groups with direct, social actions.
NCR Today: This week, I interviewed a Jewish rabbi, a Muslim imam and scholar, and a Methodist minister about this question.
Simply Spirit: The third week of January (January 18-25) is devoted to prayers for Christian unity. Not long ago, I found myself longing for the day of Eucharistic table sharing.
NCR Today: The lecture on the Islamic State group and Muslim responses to it "will hopefully serve as a catalyst for dialogue on Islamic traditions in the larger Spokane community."
A small c catholic: I’ve been intrigued by how both Catholics and Protestants have been engaged by the different (and often similar) ways they’ve experienced Pope Francis.
A small c catholic: It's long past time for members of both Catholic and Protestant faiths to learn to appreciate what is beautiful and life-giving in the other tradition.
A small c catholic: If we Americans can manage religious harmony, we can be a model for countries that struggle with the challenges of religious pluralism and diversity.
It happened again. Here at "Interfaith Voices," we got a second call from the State Department, asking if we would be willing to host a group of overseas visitors for a dialogue about interfaith relations and our public radio show. In February, our first visitors were Afghan clerics, both Sunni and Shiite imams. This time, it was a group of 10 African leaders from eight different nations: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Malawi, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and Uganda. Most were Muslim.
Global Faith: One element of diversity the photographer said hasn't been discussed enough is the diversity of interfaith relationships.
A small c catholic: We must listen to our hearts the way Bonhoeffer did, "not as an advocate of [fill in the blank] over against all other traditions."