Weekly Inter Faith News, 19 December 2013
- Created on Thursday, 19 December 2013
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Look at those happy feet! Penguins huddle to stay warm.
Star of wonder. Research into different wavelengths of light on the Sun results in stunning video.
New Zealand's national bird, the Kiwi, may have an Aussie ancestor.
Good Morning America go to the Vatican, where Pope Francis urges the faithful to serve the poor.
In a poll designed to get the British public thinking about Christmas, Yorkshire is voted as a modern alternative to Bethlehem.
A campaign from Christmas Starts asks, does Christmas have to start with a payday loan?
Muslim Council of Britain releases card designed to reassure public that Muslims do not want to ban Christmas. Huffington Post describes the necessity of the move as "depressing."
Manchester Muslims to feed the needy this Christmas.
Yusuf Islam is to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Inter faith News
Pope Francis speaks of his respect for Islam and meets with the Secretary General of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.
San Francisco couple celebrate their Christian and Jewish heritage with a unique inter faith greetings card.
Jews and Muslims come together to make Christmas Day a day of service to the poor.
Forum News and Events
Encouragement or Discouragement, Qu'ranic reflections on Christian-Muslim relations
Lunchtime Dialogue, 14 January, Whitechapel, London
A Common Word - Perceptions of each other, 8 February, London
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