Leaders of various faiths in Myanmar are appealing to the leaders of the nation and faith communities to listen to one another with respect, end the internal conflicts, and work for the good of all.
The sixth Buddhist-Christian colloquium in Taiwan, held on November 13, 2017, in the Ling Jou Monastery of Taipei
The April 26-27 event brought together some 200 Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Hindu leaders, political parties, diplomats and local civil society groups. Religious leaders wanted to seize the momentum as Myanmar transitions to becoming a full democracy after more than 50 years of military rule.
Ce train de la Pakistan’s Railways dont les wagons seront ornés de messages de paix et d’harmonie
Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs made up the 10,000 people in the eight-mile walk through the city
The story of Phramaha Thongrattana Thavorn’s encounter with Chiara Lubich and who, at her funeral, in 2008 had said: Chiara is also one of us.
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