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Memorial to honor Holocaust victims

The Anti-Defamation League has reported that anti-Semitic incidents in its 2017 audit has uncovered the highest single-year increase since the organization began releasing its first audit in 1979. Jonathan A.

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The senseless tragedy of Parkland, Florida

This past Ash Wednesday, a day set aside by most Christians to begin the 40 day period of spiritual preparation for the celebration of our central belief of Jesus’ triumph

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Celebrating the contributions of African-Americans

During the month of February we celebrate Black History Month. Using this month to celebrate the contributions and gifts of the African-American community began in 1926 with the introduction of

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Interfaith and ecumenical learning experience

I recently had the privilege to be a participant in the Jewish Community Relations Council’s South Jersey Faith Leaders Mission to Israel. Twenty four of us traveled to Israel Jan.

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Leader of Mormon Church, Thomas S. Monson, dies

On Tuesday, Jan. 2, Thomas S. Monson, leader of the 15.9 million member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), sometimes known as the Mormon Church, died at

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The controversial decision about Jerusalem

By now most of you have heard about President Trump’s controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. His decision has evoked concern from various world leaders as

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The plight of the Chaldean Catholic Church

Pope Francis recently met with representatives from the Chaldean Church encouraging them to be vehicles to peace and unity in their region. Addressing the Synod of the Chaldeans which took

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Hope for unity and communion of Christians

Catholics and Lutherans gathered this past week to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in Wittenberg. The leaders that gathered asked for forgiveness for the violence that was sparked

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Catholic and Orthodox ‘journeying toward unity’

Back in June, Pope Francis met with a delegation of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople who came to Rome to celebrate the feast of Saints Peter and Paul. Pope Francis

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Health care, a human right not a privilege

As of this writing it looks like the Graham-Cassidy health care plan is coming to a defeat in the Senate. A recent poll conducted by Public Policy Polling found that