April 17th — clergy and lay leaders from several religious traditions will share their congregations' experiences with support groups at their places of worship.
This video premiered at the 5th Annual Interfaith Banquet, a tribute to Carolyn and Imam Saahir
My hope is that through this project people will be able to recognize the importance of interreligious dialogue and gain some insight on how dedicated members of the CIC have reconciled interfaith to their own faith.
“Young people speaking their minds…” These are lyrics from a popular song from the 1960s. But what do they mean today?
March 28th — It's one of the most inspiring — and highly acclaimed — documentaries of recent years.
The University of Indianapolis is hosting a group of seven Tibetan Buddhist monks from one of the most celebrated monasteries, Labrang Tashi Kyil. This is the fourth visit of the monks to Indiana, which has a special relation with Tibetan Buddhism.
Sajith Silva, Catholic Relief Services program coordinator for Sri Lanka, talked about the vulnerable people displaced by war and how Catholic Relief Services provides hope and support
The Masjid Al-Fajr Islamic Center of Greater Indianapolis was founded in 1971. Masjid Al-Fajr aims to develop Islamic character within Indianapolis both individually and throughout the Muslim community.
International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated March 8th. In many countries it’s widely celebrated, even a national holiday. Maybe it should be here as well.
When our attention is seized by the latest refugee crisis, it's easy too forget people who've been refugee for decades.
One of CIC's most popular and successful programs is the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH).
Join a group of high school and college students for a tour of five places of worship this fall.
Ruth Ellen Homer's talk about "The Book of Mormon" is not your only chance to increase your religious literacy -- your knowledge of the beliefs and practices of different faiths and traditions.
Climate change is the most significant environmental problem of our time. In this session we will consider the perils of climate change from a global perspective with the help of scholars of Christianity, Judaism, and Hinduism.
The focus of this meaningful pilgrimage is a visit to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice (the Lynching Memorial) and the Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration.
When we discuss the urgent issue of global climate change, all too often the terms of debate seem to be "religion vs. science." Many people of faith seem willing to deny scientific evidence in the name of their beliefs.