Experts Say Pope, British King Share Interest in Inter-Faith Ties

When King Charles III and his wife Camilla were formally crowned May 6, observers and royal pundits alike took special note of the religious dimension of the ceremony, which featured members of Christian denominations beyond the Church of England as well as followers of non-Christian faiths.

Pope, Religious Leaders Pray for Peace, Greater Care for One Another

The pontiff, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople and an international array of other Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh and Buddhist leaders gathered on Rome’s Capitoline Hill Oct. 20 to affirm their community’s commitment to peace, dialogue, fraternity and assistance to the poor and needy.

Brooklynites Find Unity, Hope at Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

An interfaith Thanksgiving service in Brooklyn offered a chance for Jewish, Christian and Muslim neighbors to come together in a show of unity and mutual support, particularly in a political climate so hostile to immigrants and in light of recent anti-Semitic attacks and vandalism.

Faiths Share Concept of Mercy

A Catholic, a Jewish, a Muslim and a Protestant leader got together at St. Francis College last week to talk about Mercy.

Prayer and Dialogue: Interfaith Peace Gathering in Assisi

“We never tire of repeating that the name of God cannot be used to justify violence. Peace alone, and not war, is holy!” the pope said Sept. 20 at the closing ceremony of an interreligious peace gathering in Assisi to mark the 30th anniversary of St. John Paul II’s Assisi interfaith peace gathering in 1986.

The Irish, Italians and the Faith

The Shamrock and the Madonna, a discussion about the faith of the Irish and Italians, will take place at The Sheen Center, Manhattan, on Thursday evening, April 14.