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~ by Staff, Advisory Council, and Launch Team of Faith House Our dear supporters, friends, and well-wishers, we are excited to introduce to you our dreams. Many thanks to those of you who have helped us say what we carry inside. Here is the statement of Mission, Vision, and Principles of our community. Pray for […]

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We are delighted to introduce to you Imam Khalid Latif, a brand new member of our Advisory Council. Imam Latif is a Muslim chaplain at New York University. Under his leadership, the Islamic Center at NYU became the first ever fully established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. […]

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Imam Khalid Latif is a Muslim Chaplain at New York University. Born and raised in Edison, New Jersey, Imam Latif began his journey of leadership as captain of his high school football and track teams, Student Council president, and one of only three Muslims in his graduating class. Imam Latif moved to New York City […]

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From the beginning of our journey, we have been convinced we could only succeed with the wisdom of people who are on a similar journey, who have a reservoir of experience and an extensive web of connections. After hundreds of emails, phone calls, and passionate conversations in coffee shops, Manhattan delis, offices, and places of […]

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Mari Brown is a writer and dialogue facilitator based in New York City.  She recently ran a successful dialogue series called “Urgent Conversations” at the Daryl Roth theater after performances of “Masked,” an Israeli play about three Palestinian brothers, which involved over 50 conversations about aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with over 100 participants, including […]

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Rathi Raja is the President of Arsha Vedanta Center of Long Island and the Executive Director of Young Indian Culture Group.  She has been featured extensively on PBS in their ‘Asian Indians in America’ and in The New York Times.  She is an active member of the Herricks Clergy Coalition, an Interfaith group based in […]

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Paul Knitter is the Paul Tillich Professor of Theology, World Religions, and culture at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Dr. Knitter, who joined the Union faculty in January 2007, is a leading theologian of religious pluralism. He holds a licentiate in theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome (1966) and a […]

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Lucinda A. Mosher is an Christian ethicist in the Anglican tradition who works as a consultant, author, and educator on inter-religious matters. Based in New York City, her recent clients have included major agencies and institutions such as Trinity Institute, Auburn Theological Seminary’s Center for Multifaith Education, Columbia University’s Middle East Institute, the Interfaith Relations […]

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