Improving Healthcare, Saving Lives
Posted on April 21, 2014
- By Aamir Hussain
The medical field is especially conducive to interfaith engagement because the concepts of service and human dignity are always implicit.
Talking Faith in Medicine
Posted on April 15, 2014
- By Victoria Psomiadis
The woman sitting across from me looked hopeless and lost. She held two packets of ibuprofen in one hand, a referral to a nearby clinic in the other. “I am afraid that they won’t help me,” she sobbed in Spanish, “because I’m Catholic.”
Finding Interfaith in Unexpected Places
Posted on April 10, 2014
- By Tiffany Champion
Growing up, it never occurred to me to treat someone differently based on a belief. I’ve always lived an interfaith life simply because that’s how my parents raised me: equal parts understanding, respect and curiosity.