Natalie Hoefer discusses what Catholics seek to achieve with interfaith and ecumenical engagement.
KP Singh reflects on the true meaning of the Indy Festival of Faiths
August 30 was the 3rd annual Indy Festival of Faiths. It was the first Social Awareness Table Conversations, discussions of eight topics of urgent importance. Now keep talking.
The day after, the 2015 Indy Festival of Faiths was front page news for the Indianapolis Star.
In addition to meeting more than a hundred congregations and community organizations at the Indy Festival of Faiths, you can buy products from wholesome merchants and local food vendors.
The Indy Festival of Faiths provides an opportunity to chant, meditate and contort with yogis.
The these of this year's Indy Festival of Faiths is marriage ... you can see how three different cultures celebrates weddings.
One of the most memorable aspects of the Indy Festival of Faiths will be the first-rate global and local music and dance performances on the Sacred Arts Stage. What is in store? Take a look ...
"An amazing opportunity for families, where visitors will be taken on cherished and undreamed-of sacred journeys without leaving town."
This beautiful day of celebration will showcase the diversity of our city in one of the best and most holy ways. It is a day that epitomizes what we want Indy to be and what today Indy is.
Participants in the 2015 Indy Festival of Faiths met at the War Memorial on August 12 to go over details of what's shaping up to be a remarkable day. August 30 is coming, don't miss the Festival!
100 congregations + 22 community organizations + 15 food & merchant vendors + 9 universities + 2,000 attendees = 2014 Festival of Faiths
May 13th — The Festival of Faiths is coming up, and you are probably wondering: what can we do to have a truly exceptional exhibit?
The Festival showcases the congregations and organizations that are making Indianapolis a diverse and fascinating city. Join us!
August 30th — Last year more than 2,000 people participated in the Festival of Faiths ... and it promises to be even bigger this year.
The festival featured a Jewish band, Hindu dancers and a choir from Light of the World Gospel Church. Organizers say Indianapolis is filled with different religious faiths and they wanted this event to be an opportunity for all faiths to get together.