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Have you heard of the Jerusalem Hug?
A multifaith iftar?
Or the Abrahamic Reunion?
I thought not. These were all new to me until last month when my community of Bozeman, Montana, hosted four people from the Holy Land for an evening. 673 more words
A Beginning Conversation
On Thursday evening, November 12, I was part of the “Hot Topics” program at the First Christian Church in Lewisville, Texas. Together with our good friends from the Dialogue Institute Southwest, we presented “A Beginning Conversation” on Islam and Christianity. 2,497 more words
There is no question that the document Nostra Aetate (“In our Time”) — promulgated by the Second Vatican Council in October 1965 — changed the discourse in the field of Jewish-Christian dialogue in particular, and interreligious dialogue in general, in the contemporary period. 55 more words
Interfaith Programming in Eastern and Central Europe
Sponsor: United States Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL)
CFDA Numbers: 19.345 – International Programs to Support Democracy, Human Rights and Labor… 376 more words