In its action, the UN General Assembly called for interfaith dialogue for mutual understanding and cooperative engagement in caring for those suffering and denied justice in local communities. World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time when clergy, congregations, theological schools, and communities can
- learn about the faith and beliefs of followers of other religious traditions,
- remember interfaith cooperation in prayers and messages, and
- share in compassionate care for persons suffering and marginalized.
For more information go to http://worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com .
Source: 11/29/2012 Newsline