On Monday 9th of July 2012, eight representatives from Western regions of Victoria met at Brimbank City Council to discuss isssues relating to Interfaith Networks. The meeting was convened by the Faith Communities Council of Victoria and hosted by Brimbank & Maribyrnong Interfaith Network.

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We are currently in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan. So what is the importance of this period to a Muslim? Here is a brief  introduction to Ramadan for people of all faiths.

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A wide range of people turned up for a public conversation Sunday July 29, 3.00-4.30pm, at Nunawading Uniting Church, followed by further talk over coffee afterwards.  The conversation with Scott Hedges of FIRIS [Fairness in Religion in Schools] was led by Rev Dr Paul Tonson.

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On June 3rd 2012, faith traditions came together in the spirit of peace to celebrate at the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Festival. This year's theme was 'The Wisdom of Indigenous Faiths' focusing on how indigenous cultures can teach us about sharing, sustainability, and our spiritual relationship to Mother Earth.

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Monash Interfaith Gathering in conjunction with Monash City Council held an Interfaith Festival at the Clayton Community Centre on Sunday 22nd April.  This event brought together people of many faiths sharing their beliefs and practices and talking together on the theme of ‘Promoting Peace Faith and Harmony in our Multicultural Community’.

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On Sunday 27th May, Frankston Interfaith Network (FIN) hosted the 'Labyrinth Walk and Reflection' Spirituality Talk at the McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, Langwarren. The group met at the granite stone labyrinth, a Land Art sculpture called, ‘The Winding Path, The Search For Truth’.  It was designed and built in 2010 by Andrew Rogers, a leading contemporary artist and sculptor whose work may be found in many plazas and buildings around the world.

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PEOPLE professing no religion have moved past Anglicans to be the second-largest grouping after Catholics in the 2011 Census. Nearly 4.8 million people said they had no religion, up 29 per cent from 2006, but the number of people not answering the question dropped by 2 per cent. This suggested that more people were claiming a religious identity (including no religion), said Monash University sociology professor Gary Bouma.

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The Moonee Valley Interfaith Network held its inaugural meeting on Thursday 22 March 2012, providing an opportunity to celebrate the launch of our new network and our diversity, and the elections for the Executive Board for all Interfaith Network members.

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