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By Kellie Anderson-Picallo
November 3, 2010
For the week of November 8th, Auburn has bridging religious divides on our mind and we invite you to save the date of November 15th to join us for our Peace is Possible event. Also this week, the impact of Mid-term elections continues to dominate discussions. Many issues such as healthcare and immigration reform became major issues in the election and let Auburn help you keep these conversations going in your faith community through our Religion and Justice resources. Click here for the latest in religion and justice.
In the Religious Calendar: The Birth of Baha’u’llah is a Baha’i holy day to recognize the founder of the Bahá'í Faith. In the secular calendar this week is Veteran’s Day on November 11th.
Auburn’s Religious Leader of the Week is Israeli Face to Face participant Gedalia Gillis who is working to bridge religious divides through Face to Face. Click here to watch this clip and click here to join Auburn this November 15th to learn more about how you can help make Peace Possible.
Interfaith Dialogue Strategies: Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit Watch Auburn’s thoughtful conversation about what America's faith communities should be doing now to prepare for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Featuring Christian, Muslim, Jewish, and Sikh leaders--from their 20s to 70s—they together to answer the question of how religious leaders are being called to lead in new ways through this difficult moment of American history. Click here to watch.
In Pop Culture this Week: Bullying continues to be a key issue in the news and this week took a turn to pop culture. Click here to learn more about the current conflict between Glee, GLAAD and Jersey Shore.
All Things Catholic (John Allen)