Sharing Faith and Traditions During Interfaith Month

by | Feb. 03, 2014

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Listening and learning is what February’s Interfaith Month is all about, says Father Koucos. The constellation of nearly two dozen events is designed to open the doors to houses of worship from all traditions to increase understanding between faiths, foster respect and build collaborations that strengthen the community.

“It helps us in getting to know our diverse population and find some common ground and respect in our differences,” said Father Koucos, who notes that even as a priest, he had a lot to learn.

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