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Aspire  to  Interfaith

Aspire to Interfaith

2016-10-0200:54:20

Aspire to Interfaith.
Aspire to Interfaith

Aspire to Interfaith

2016-10-0200:54:20

Bendigo is set to become Australia's centre for interfaith with the Aspire precinct, a multimillion dollar project that will foster interfaith and feature its diverse religious history.Jill Shaw of Massey University campus in Auckland was summoned to Serajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina, to share her experience managing interfaith relations.
Christianity and Science

Christianity and Science

2016-09-1000:13:56

What must the church do in order to survive in the scientific age?
Higher Consciousness

Higher Consciousness

2016-09-0400:53:50

Can you live without the interference of thoughts? Former barrister, Leonard Jacobson is teaching people how to by-pass thoughts and live in 'the present'.Gillian Ross had a mid-life crisis that led her on a spiritual quest that ended up being a spiritual evolution she believes we all need to have. Or end in catastrophe.
Hindu  Marriage

Hindu Marriage

2016-08-2800:54:20

Hindu Marriage.
Hindu Marriage

Hindu Marriage

2016-08-2800:54:20

Ash Gholkar and his wife Nim, author of the bestselling novel Diary of an Immigrant Bride, reckon arranged marriage is all about compatibility and is not much different from e-dating, except that you have a big family support network.Director of The Wedding Album, Saba Abdi, explains the huge success of the play about arranged marriage in modern India.
21st Century Sacred

21st Century Sacred

2016-08-2700:27:30

From Baha’i sacred song to electro tribal, from India to Malta, from Haydn and Shape Note hymns to the ceremonial sounds of indigenous Australia, Bali, China and the Pacific - they all come together at the Sydney Sacred Music Festival.
Tim Costello tells why living in Zurich taught him empathy and set him on his path to change the world.
Where to for GM foods? Sense of Place - Tim Costello. Cooking for one. The power of plant DNA . Iconic Buildings Ideal Palace (Palais Ideal). World's best fly fishing destinations. The big cheese.
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A Palestinian Australian woman explores identity, how to straddle two cultures and just what is involved in finding a suitable partner.
Hare  Krishna at 50

Hare Krishna at 50

2016-08-2100:53:50

Hare Krishna at 50.
Hare Krishna at 50

Hare Krishna at 50

2016-08-2100:53:50

From a store front in New York City, the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKON) spread around the world drawing Western adherents and infusing popular culture and music with its unique chant, Hare Krishna.
The Requiem

The Requiem

2016-08-2000:27:00

A musical framework to contain and deal with grief, after almost 1000 years the Requiem is still alive and vital today.
Three French towns have banned the wearing of burkinis at public beaches, but the Australian inventor of the swimming garment says she's not sure why.
The Catholic Church has been alarmed by the disturbing rate of killings of 'suspected ' drug dealers and users since President Rodrigo Duterte came into office in July. But can it do anything to stop him?
They are four eminent Australians and they call the recent revelation in The Guardian newspaper – of alleged sexual assault, child abuse and self harm at the Australian-run asylum-seeker centre in Nauru – a moment of moral reckoning.
John Menadue: "What we are doing on Manus and Naru is immoral". Can the Catholic Church in the Philippines rein in president Rodrigo Duterte? Europe and refugees.
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appointed a government minister to examine files related to the disappearance of babies during the 1950s, in what has come to be called the Yemenite Babies affair.
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