Tag Archives: peacemaking

ING site promotes series on First Principles

During this month of Ramadan, which ends around Sunday, July 27,  ING, the nation-wide educational organization with its founding offices in San José, has been publishing a series of reflections on “First Principles of Religion.” Along with their educational Islamic … Continue reading

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Vigil recalls the human cost of Gaza conflict

A small but committed group of local people gathered Thursday evening in the plaza in front of San José City Hall for a Vigil for Peace in Gaza. Organizers Cathy Do, Angela Cortese, Veronica Eldredge and Arinee Rahman asked participants … Continue reading

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Bishop McGrath sets vigil for peace in response to Pope’s call

Bishop Patrick J. McGrath of the Diocese of San Jose has responded to a call by Pope Francis I for a day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria by planning a vigil at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Dr. Subba Rao, Associate of Gandhi

A Gandhian legend will be in the South Bay, speaking about compassion, dialogue, interfaith understanding and community service. Dr. Subba Rao is a fellow of the Gandhi Peace Foundation, founder of National Service Scheme and National Youth Project of India, … Continue reading

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Dalai Lama speaks on Religious Conflict

The Dalai Lama is visiting in New York this week, and Odyssey Networks is making available videos of his talks:

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