I once asked Jean Vanier, the world’s most radical philosopher of disability for the past 60 years, how he came to create L’Arche, the network of communities for the intellectually disabled that today exists in 37 countries around the world.

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Source: The Globe and Mail


Sabilla Kirnab has looked forward to Ramadan every year of her childhood, but this year, a new feeling crept in.

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Source: ABC


What do Cadbury, Clarks Shoes and Greenpeace have in common? They were all founded by Quakers.

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Source: ABC


This eclectic community combines a range of religious practices, including Christian and Hindu, with symbols borrowed from the Incas and Mayans, as well as a belief in extraterrestrial life and intergalactic travel.

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Source: The Guardian


Nine religious and spiritual leaders, stopped and listened to the voice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, in hope for reconciliation, and healing our nation's broken heart.

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Source: Interfaith Centre of Melbourne


A member of the Yemeni Baha'i community is on death row in the war-torn country.

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Source: ABC

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Muslim women have been ordered to stop wearing veils in public and Sri Lanka's Catholic churches have been closed as the country imposes strict security measures in the aftermath of the Easter suicide bombings.

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The Faith Communities Council of Victoria has issued the following statement in response to the recent shooting at Chabad of Poway synagogue in San Diego, California:

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