Interfaith Interactions

I recently attended an inter-religious event focusing on introducing the different houses and practices of worship for each religion. The event featured speakers from nine different faiths: Catholicism, Hinduism, Sufism, Lutheranism, Judaism, Episcopal Church, Methodism, Presbyterianism, and Buddhism. The Buddhist speaker presented some of the daily practices performed by monastics in the Mahayana tradition, such as chanting the Heart Sutra and the Loving-Kindness Meditation.

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