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Unity After 911

9/12: What Now?

Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr. | Posted 11.15.2011 | Home
Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr.

We have made it through the commemorations of the last 10 years and perhaps we can now say that we will never forget. But first, a traffic light to guide us as we become a 9/12 community.

The Tea Party Debate Turned 9/11 Compassion To 9/12 Drama

Danielle Tumminio | Posted 11.13.2011 | Home
Danielle Tumminio

Incendiary rhetoric and actions governed how our entire nation responded to Sept. 11. So it's no surprise that the Republican presidential candidates, mirrored that kind of language last night.

10-Year-Olds Commemorate 10 Years Since 9/11

Jane Crockett | Posted 11.12.2011 | Home
Jane Crockett

There were few physical similarities among the kids and their experiences -- cultural, social, familial -- were divergent as well. Yet, they shared a common denominator: their birth year, 2001.

Looking To The Future: A Post-9/11 Pledge

Rabbi Or Rose | Posted 11.13.2011 | Home
Rabbi Or Rose

It is our prayer that this document might be helpful to others in strengthening their commitment to religious pluralism, to justice, and to the healing of our broken and beautiful world.

Holding On To Hope 10 Years After 9/11

Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie | Posted 11.09.2011 | Home
Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie

The evidence of our times is harsh. Still, I have hope. It is hope born out of my faith and from the experience of living through the last decade.

Interfaith Leaders Offer Hope 10 Years After 9/11

Posted 11.07.2011 | Home

Editors Note: HuffPost Religion is proud to publish these reflections from religious leaders, academics and interfaith activists from around the count...

It Is Time To Invoke History's 'Other 9/11' Of Nonviolence And Global Interfaith Dialogue

Anju Bhargava | Posted 11.08.2011 | Home
Anju Bhargava

Let us respectfully remember all impacted by the 9/11 tragedy. As we move forward let us remember the multi-historical facets of 9/11.

Reaching For Hope After 9/11 -- Together

Rabbi Ted Falcon | Posted 11.07.2011 | Home
Rabbi Ted Falcon

In a world splintered by polarization, our core teachings call us to a spirituality of inclusivity, a spirituality that supports us in walking oneness, love and compassion into the world we share.

Hate And Hope

Serene Jones | Posted 11.07.2011 | Home
Serene Jones

How is it that both greater freedom and hate-filled intolerance resulted from the attacks of 9/11? We must acknowledge the wound inflicted on this day have not healed, but festered.

From Memory To Hope

Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson | Posted 11.07.2011 | Home
Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson

The memory of 9/11 is a spark of conscience and a spur to action. Let us all fuel this rising movement, which is not about single issues or political parties, but a shared moral vision for a better world.