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During a two-year period sometime ago, while I presided over the National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ), we worked to establish "Interfaith Councils." To the best of our ability, these included all the faiths in this diverse environment where...
When Pope Benedict XVI visits Cuba on Monday, the trip will be held up as a milestone in tolerance and religious freedom there. But last weekend, Cuban police arrested 80 dissidents, including leaders of the protest group Ladies in White. Most were...
email@example.comA secular humanist, an agnostic and an atheist walk into a church. That wasn’t the setup for a joke Wednesday night in Hagerstown, but for an evening of impassioned discussion hosted by the Interfaith Coalition of Washington County to encourage...
We all hear amazing and interesting stories nearly every day. For example, I read a remarkable story last week about Rachel Veitch, a 93-year-old lady who just retired from driving because of her vision. No, this story isn't solely astonishing because...
At Mission San Juan Capistrano, founded centuries ago to spread the Christian faith, Rabbi Allen Krause started an annual interfaith conference in 1994 because he felt that Orange County's religious groups were too insular. About 600 people attended...
The Hartford CourantAs a teen, Johanna Justin-Jinichlaunched a letter-writing campaign for Planned Parenthood aimed at fighting attempts to block female San Franciscans from getting reproductive counseling and prenatal care. While at Wesleyan University, Justin-Jinich...
I was heartened to read your story on Andrew Soliz and his Native American sweat lodges ("A spiritual place to sweat," Feb. 10): I was a lucky participant at one of his sweats, and they are run with integrity, safety and the utmost respect for the...
I enjoyed reading Mona Shadia's article "Tangled in the layers of a hijab" (Unveiled: A Muslim Girl in O.C., Dec. 8), but I am afraid that the term "Islamophobia," used in the editorial note for that article, may mislead readers into wrongly believing...
Re: "Libertarianism is our American roots," Community Commentary, Dec. 22: This letter is in response to the publication of Chriss Street's letter concerning libertarianism and Washington "fat cats." My first response is, really? With Street's financial...
The Hartford CourantWhen she was 15, Johanna Justin-Jinich wrote and illustrated a book about religious tolerance from a Jewish schoolgirl's perspective. In the story, "Julia's Star," a dark-haired fifth-grader wears a Hanukkah gift to school one day — a Star of David...
Somerset TownshipPeace, hope, joy, and good will, are all welcome and familiar Christmas themes at this time of year. Unfortunately Christmas and Christians are increasingly under attack in this country. It is rather ironic that the descendants of folks who came to...
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