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The Interfaith Unity Newsletter
 
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(U.S.)”INTERFAITH NEWS” E-MAIL NEWSLETTER.

The Interfaith News www.interfaithnews.net has become active again, under the capable hands of editor Stephen Fuqua, of the Interfaith Center at the Presidio, California. The emphasis is on articles, and on reporting on interfaith events around the globe, after the fact. If you wish to subscribe to their e-mail newsletter, you can do it on their website, or send a message to
subscribe-uri_interfaithnews@mailhost.groundspring.org To submit articles and send comments: editor@interfaithnews.net.


The current issue includes, among many others: “College Students Seek Understanding and Search for a Road to Peace Through Interfaith Dialogue Projects.” (You can also view it on the website.)
GANDHISERVE FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER No. 9, October - December 2005 www.gandhiserve.org/newsletter/newsletter09.html
A great many new resources can be accessed from this newsletter, as well as previous issues, and much other material on the website gandhiserve.org
“Mahatma Gandhi's 136th birth anniversary ("Gandhi Jayanti") has been celebrated on the 2nd October the world over with exhibitions, lectures, a conference and cultural programmes. Due to efficient networking and intelligient use of modern communication technologies probably more quality programmes were organised than ever before. It's a ray of hope to see that the younger generation takes serious interest in "satya aur ahimsa" – truth and nonviolence - as a counter force to the violence we're all confronted with on various levels in daily life.”
Albert Einstein: “I believe that Gandhi's views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.”

The Interfaith Unity Newsletter is a free newsletter of Interfaith activities, news, and resources, in Toronto, Southern Ontario, and Internationally