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UNM Dialogue on Faith Traditions and Tools to Confront Hate

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In a time of marked polarization and incivility in American public life, universities have a particularly important role to play as sites of civil conversation. The UNM Dialogue on Faith Traditions and Tools to Confront Hate will offer a panel with insights from the moral traditions we call ‘religions’ to confront polarization, incivility, and intolerance. […]

Mystics and Prophets: Ancient Light for Modern Times

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New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue Holds 23rd Annual Spring Colloquium A rabbi, a priest and an imam meet up and… no, this is not a joke. Rabbi Paul Citrin, Father Richard Rohr and Imam Taha Hassane are the featured speakers at the New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue’s annual Spring Colloquium on the theme “Prophets and Mystics: Ancient […]

Dec. 18 Interfaith Panel on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque”

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The Congregation Albert Brotherhood will hold a Sunday morning potato latke brunch with an interfaith panel discussion on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque” on December 18 at 10:00 a.m. This timely program, a week before Christmas, features leaders from Muslim, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist communities in Albuquerque speaking and answering questions. The brunch menu includes those […]

How To Find Post-Election Healing in Abrahamic Faith Texts

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After the divisive, angry, hateful words thrown about during the 2016 presidential election, it is going to take some time and attention to heal. Here are three passages from the Torah, the New Testament, and the Qur’an that offer some ancient light on our modern times. Gail Rubin, the secretary-treasurer of the New Mexico Interfaith […]

Conversation Sabbath November 11-20, 2017

Communities across the country are now gearing up for Conversation Sabbath 2016 – an interfaith celebration of the importance of sharing our unique preferences for end-of-life care. Clergy play a vital role in helping families navigate these difficult conversations and congregations are a safe and supportive environment for engaging in crucial conversations about end-of-life wishes. This […]

Arabian Nights Benefit Dinner for Salam Academy

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The first annual Arabian Nights dinner, an exotic evening benefiting Salam Academy, takes place on Friday, November 4 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at ABQ PartySpace, 300 Menaul Boulevard NW, #200, Albuquerque, NM 87107. Come dressed to impress (traditional clothing encouraged) and enjoy a delicious Mediterranean buffet, live music and a silent auction. Tickets […]

World Food Day Interfaith Service Sunday, Oct. 16

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The Interfaith Hunger Coalition extends a cordial invitation to all New Mexico faith communities to attend an interfaith World Food Day service on Sunday, October 16, 3:00-4:30 p.m. at First Unitarian Church, 3701 Carlisle Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM. Join people of all faith traditions in commemorating Food Day. An interfaith service of prayer linking food, climate […]

Do You Feel for the Hungry and for Refugees in Our Community?

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Do You Feel for the Hungry and for Refugees in Our Community? Walk Your Talk in New Mexico’s 100 Mile HUNGER WALK! How can so many eat so well, while others starve? How can we feel good about the security of our families when we face the largest global refugee crisis in recent history? If […]

NM Interfaith Dialogue Meets Foreign Service Institute

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On September 22, members of the board of the New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue (NMID) will meet with young people who are employed at U.S. embassies around the world. The goal is to foster discussion about interfaith dialogue’s role in improving communications between nations as well as religions. Adelle Lees, Director of Global Ties ABQ, reached out to […]

Nobody Expects The Spanish Inquisition in New Mexico

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Fractured Faiths: Spanish Judaism, The Inquisition, and New World Identities, ground-breaking and controversial exhibit at the New Mexico History Museum Story by Diane Joy Schmidt During the golden age of Jewish culture in Spain that spanned 500 years, Jews, Muslims and Christians collaborated in astronomy, medicine, philosophy, poetry and letters, and many Jews from other parts […]

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