July: Global Newsletter

Religions for Peace

The latest Global Newsletter from Religions for Peace International reports peace and humanitarian activities in the conflict zones, along with heart-felt activities imbued with love, by members of Religions for Peace Worldwide. Forgiveness and Reconciliation, Climate Change, efforts to restore peace in many nations: these are the works of members and leaders of Religions for Peace worldwide, covered in this newsletter.

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Victoria: Religious and cultural diversity in spiritual care

Spiritual Care

In multicultural Australia, professional spiritual carers need to have some knowledge of faith traditions other than their own. This program offers a taste of such knowledge. The program will focus on spiritual care from the perspective of six speci?c faith communities – Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, Orthodox Christian and Sikh.

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Conditions for Reuse of Materials

Religions for Peace Australia

This page sets out the conditions of re-use and or re-publication of materials authored by Religions for Peace Australia, any officers acting for and on behalf of Religions for Peace Australia and any reports, presentations and publications on this website which are authored by those officers or employees of Religions for Peace Australia and or any of its affiliated organisations or state branches.

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Victoria: Multifaith Service for Malaysian Flight MH17

Malaysian Airlines

A Multifaith Service at St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne on Thursday 24 July at 10am will mark the tragic loss last week of 298 lives aboard Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17.

The service has been timed, in part, to allow delegates from the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne this week to mourn colleagues who perished when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine.

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