Saturday, September 27, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
Tony Blair Launches Search For Thirty Young Ambassadors For The Millennium Development Goals
Tony Blair: Studying other religions strengthened Catholic faith
The former British leader, who spoke before a multi-faith crowd of around 100 mostly young people, used the event to announce his foundation's drive to recruit an international team of "inter-religious ambassadors" to help fight malaria in Africa.
Thirty 18 to 25-year-old activists will be selected from the UK, US and Canada for the Faith Act Fellowship programme and take part in "a 10-month journey of interfaith service" including working with health teams combating malaria.
Faith Act Fellows
Faiths Act Fellows Projects
Tony Blair Visits SoCal For Faith And Poverty Talk
Thursday, September 25, 2008
On Tuesday night on the University of Colorado's campus in Colorado Springs, the Obama campaign kicked off its latest "faith tour," talks meant to convey that Obama shares the values of believers the campaign hopes can be persuaded: moderate mainline Protestants, centrist Catholics and younger evangelicals.My Advice for Obama’s ‘Faith Tour’
Obama Faith Tour Draws...15
Obama's Faith, Family and Variable Values Tour
Obama campaign pitches faith tour to journalists
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Monday, September 22, 2008
New Particle Collider to Be Shut Down for Repairs
Large Hadron Collider Shuts Down, Major Helium Leak
Small accidents mean big trouble for supercollider
What happened to the Big Bang machine?
CERN says atom-smasher back in operation
The Chickens Have Come Home to Roost
Is the misuse of annual Catholic Campaign for Human Development funds behind Obama?
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What Joe and Mary Catholic Should Know Before They Vote: Justice in Pieces - Faith in Public Life by Stephanie Block