As we pray for those impacted by the devastating tornadoes in Kentucky, let us also join together in providing aid to those who are suffering.
Amid a global pandemic, we have remained resolute in our commitment to celebrating "Many Faiths, One Heart, Common Action." See what CIR has been up to in 2020!
For this week’s #CommonAction, we encourage you to support the Louisville Community Grocery. Their mission is to create an equitable food system for communities that are experiencing food insecurities.
“You and I are responsible to promote peace not only in our own hearts, but also with one another, as neighbor and as nation upon nation. In that effort, the key is the understanding of human dignity.”
"The deepest level of communication is not communication, but communion. It is wordless. It is beyond words, and it is beyond speech, and it is beyond concept."
"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." —Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Welcome to our online repository for the Find Your Sacred Book Club's latest book: "What Are People For?" by Wendell Berry.
Check out this nifty infographic to see how the Center for Interfaith Relations is carrying out our mission while staying #HealthyAtHome.
During this Festival session in 2015, Cardinal John Onaiyekan tackles the moral obligations of faith leaders and the importance of joint action when it comes to global responsibility.
Thomas Merton on courage, fear and frankness with our fellow man.