Western Interfaith Networks Forum
On Monday 4th March, 6 Interfaith Networks from the Western Region of Victoria met at Sunshine Gallery to view the recently launched Faith 2 Faith Art Exhibition. The meeting was convened by the Faith Communities Council of Victoria and hosted by Brimbank Interfaith Network.
Scoring Pope Benedict XVI on Interreligious Relations
On Monday, February 11, 2013, Pope Benedict surprised many people throughout the world by announcing that he would resign from the papacy, effective 8:00 PM (Roman time) on February 28, 2013. While Benedict’s decision astounded many, he himself had already publicly stated that if a pope were no longer able to carry out the responsibilities of the office, he had the option, and possibly the obligation, to resign.
Catholics and Interreligious Relations: Challenges Facing a New Pope
Benedict XVI’s papacy has been marked by ups and downs. There was more than one colossal “faux pas” (.e.g the Regensburg speech) with regard to Muslims (and the Bishop Williamson affair). Overall, however, Benedict generally kept intact the interreligious thrust of the Catholic Church generated by Vatican II. But he did not do much to advance that thrust beyond his predecessor John Paul II.
Affirmation of Victoria's Multicultural Success
19 February 2013
A coalition of organisations and individuals from across Victoria have come together to reaffirm, in a joint statement, their support of Victoria’s multicultural and multifaith community.
UN Interfaith Harmony Week Gathering @ Parliament House
On Friday 1st of February 2013, 70 people from various religious and spiritual traditions gathered for morning tea at Queens Hall Parliament House to celebrate the United Nations Interfaith Harmony Week.
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