The Center for Interfaith Relations is revisiting Festival of Faiths catalogues in search of insight, wisdom and inspiration. This week, we look back to 2015's "Sacred Journeys and the Legacy of Thomas Merton."
Once we stop assuming families “need saving,” we can get closer to achieving a just and sustainable food system, according to New Roots assistant director Amber Burns.
The Center for Interfaith Relations is revisiting past Festival of Faiths catalogues in search of insight, wisdom and inspiration. Our hope is that these written words spur meaningful reflection and serve as a beacon of hope amid challenging times.
Their stories include the ravages of war, life before and after moving to Louisville as refugees and immigrants, the foster care system, juvenile detention, motherhood, and many other challenges and triumphs.
“We need to hear from other people to know the boundaries of the map. Every time we listen to someone, we hear from someone, we’re adding another piece to the map — another piece of our understanding of what it means to live this life together.”
Enjoy this a Gospel performance of “The Lord Is Holy (Bless Ye The Lord)” by St. Stephen Choir from the Night of a Thousand Stars event during the 1997 Festival of Faiths!