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Some Things I Learned along the Way … Reflections for the Practice of Interfaith Spirituality by Fr. Tom Bonacci

By |2017-01-29T04:13:11-08:00December 4th, 2016|I4C Statements|

Some Things I Learned along the Way … Reflections for the Practice of Interfaith Spirituality by Fr. Tom Bonacci No One is Born Hating Another Person Because of the Color of Their Skin, or Their Religion. People Learn to Hate and if They Can Learn to Hate, They Can Be Taught [...]

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THE HEAT OF THE DAY – OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS

By |2017-01-29T04:13:20-08:00December 4th, 2016|I4C Statements|

THE HEAT OF THE DAY Political campaigns, local or national, have a way of bringing out the worst and the best in people participating in the political process. It is said that democracy is messy. Messy as it may seem the right, duty and privilege to vote must not be [...]

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The Pope Commemorates The Reformation That Split Western Christianity

By |2017-01-29T04:13:28-08:00December 4th, 2016|I4C Announcements|

The Pope Commemorates The Reformation That Split Western Christianity One of the greatest rifts in Christianity — between Catholics and Lutherans — isn’t what it used to be. As a sign of those much improved relations, Pope Francis is traveling Monday to Sweden, an overwhelmingly Lutheran country, to kick off [...]

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