Stars and Stripes
Published: June 2, 2011
WASHINGTON — As a child in New Delhi and other cities of India’s northern Plains, Pratima Dharm moved easily through a kaleidoscopic swirl of religions and cultures.
“My neighbors were Muslims, my neighbors were Jews, Buddhists, Jains, Hindus...
Diverse group protects religious harmony in Singapore
By Philip Lim (AFP) – 1 day ago
SINGAPORE — Seated near the head of a long table, Roman Catholic nun Theresa Seow led 14 other people in silent prayer before the meeting was called to order.
Clad in a white habit topped by the...
Hideously diverse Britain: What makes a Sikh join the far right?
It's hard not to raise an eyebrow . . .
Because there is one born every minute, and remembering even numbskulls are free to do what they like, it is as well not to be too easily...
TROY -- Bruce Dickmeyer, a member of the Troy Interfaith Group, wanted to do something out of the ordinary Sunday to celebrate Troy's 50th birthday.
Humans differ in colour, race and culture as also in faith. It is difficult to guess what God's intentions were when he created these differences even at the very outset. It is, they say, a proof of the cafeteria approach which leaves the choice of dishes to the dinner guests...