The Interfaith Observer (TIO)

Fostering a peace-engendering interfaith culture locally and globally
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“Our purpose is to cultivate a healthy, peace-engendering interfaith culture locally and globally; to share interfaith news that rarely gets published; to grow 'connective tissue' among interfaith activists, their interfaith ventures, and the millions who participate; to provide resources for both interfaith newbies and seasoned activists; and to survey exemplary interfaith practices, including funding strategies.”
Traditions
Buddhism, Christianity, Earth Based, Hinduism, Indigenous, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Spirituality, Taoism
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist, Catholic, Interfaith, Mayan, Protestant, Wiccan
Number of Members
7
Region
Location
San Francisco, CA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

The Interfaith Observer (TIO) Cooperation Circle is an independent monthly digital publication about all things interfaith. TIO goes to more than 12,000 faith and interfaith leaders around the world. Since launching in September 2011, more than 350 writers have contributed 1600+ stories; they’ve given their work for free in order to make subscribing to TIO free. TIO provides historical perspectives, surveys current interreligious news, and provides maps and sign-posts for newcomers. Along with examining its spiritual and religious differences, the journal inquires into shared core values, surveys religious news, offers various perspectives on the religious diversity enveloping humankind, and reflects on theological and spiritual issues. TIO encourages other CCs to subscribe their membership (for free) and to submit story ideas to Paul Chaffee, the editor.

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Stories

Interfaith News Roundup

Oct 15, 2016. On September 21 the world celebrated the UN International Day of Peace at hundreds of sites circling the globe.

The Toughest Goal of All

Of all human aspirations, the goal of peace may be the most vexing. Most of us want peace (at home, at work, in our communities, large and small).