Tag Archives: Interfaith prayer

Interfaith Prayer Vigil Responds to Recent Tragedies

It’s been a grim stretch of weeks, filled with reports of terror attacks, police shootings, ambushes, attempted coups and on and on and on. The political cartoon in the San Jose Mercury News showed a woman carrying a newspaper filled … Continue reading

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Prayer Ceremony for Asiana Flight Victims

Immediately following last Saturday’s crash of Asiana flight 214 at San Francisco Airport Bay Area volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation launched into action, focusing on what they could do to help the victims of the crash. Tzu Chi will … Continue reading

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Praying together- yes, no, or maybe?

Should we pray together when people of different traditions are in the gathering? Is there a meaningful kind of prayer that can be shared by all present, or does any explicit form of prayer risk either excluding some in the … Continue reading

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Candlelight vigil for victims of Gurdwara shooting

People of all faiths are invited to gather at the Sikh Gurdwara in San Jose at 8:00 pm Wednesday evening, August 8, for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of the attack on the Sikh Gurwara in Oak Creek, … Continue reading

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