River Ganga Named India’s First Living Entity

Article in NDTV River Ganga Named India’s First Living Entity, Court Names Parents Too<img src=”http://b.scorecardresearch.com/p?c1=2&c2=9548033&cv=2.0&cj=1″ /> The river Ganga, said to be the cradle of Indian civilization, has been given the status of the “first living entity of India” by … Continue reading

Christian-Hindu dialogue a “moral imperative” in promoting peace

In Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Christians and Hindus are called to be a “light of peace” in order to challenge violence and hatred, a senior cardinal has said. Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran heralded a new chapter in Christian-Hindu relations and said … Continue reading

Beirut skyline captures religious rivalry and harmony

In Al Arabiya (English) In Beirut’s rapidly evolving skyline, a newly built cathedral bell tower has risen next to the soaring minarets of a landmark mosque, symbolizing both religious coexistence and competition in a city split by sectarian war from … Continue reading

In Show Of Unity, Pope Francis Marks 500th Anniversary Of Protestant Reformation

In NPR Pope Francis arrived in Sweden on Monday for services marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation that split Lutherans and Catholics. He arrived in the southern city of Malmo, and is scheduled to attend an event withleaders … Continue reading

PM Netanyahu meets with East Asian and Israeli religious leaders

From the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs PM Netanyahu meets with East Asian and Israeli religious leaders Copyright: GPO/Haim Zach PM Netanyahu met today with East Asian religious leaders who are in Israel for the first interfaith conference organized by the … Continue reading

Jews, Christians, and Muslims set out pathways to peace in Assisi

Article in the Tablet Religious leaders celebrating the 30th anniversary of St. John Paul II’s Assisi interfaith peace gathering in 1986 called on people from around the world to continue its legacy to combat today’s indifference and violence. The event between … Continue reading