March 2016 - Featuring Marcus Braybrooke

Exploring Interreligious Relations & Interfaith Culture

This month TIO embarks on a five-month focus on writers from different religious traditions who have contributed a particularly rich stream of articles to this publication. We begin this month with Marcus Braybrooke, an Anglican and a TIO Correspondent since TIO launched in September 2011, when he agreed to write monthly articles.

Eight of his essays republished here show the depth and breadth of his contribution. Next month the April issue will feature a TIO Correspondent from the Jewish tradition, Ruth Broyde Sharone. TIO will return to its standard format in September.

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EDITORIAL

Mary and Marcus Braybrooke on vacation last summer.

Mary and Marcus Braybrooke on vacation last summer.

Featuring Marcus Braybrooke by Paul Chaffee

A PIONEER'S JOURNEY

A TIO Interview with Marcus Braybrooke (Oct. 2011)

ON THE BIRTH OF THE INTERFAITH MOVEMENT

A Dream That Is Contagious (Oct. 2011)

NEVER AGAIN

Holocaust Memorial Day 2014 (March 2014)

SEEKING OUT TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION

“There is No Future Without Forgiveness”  (April 2014)

INTERFAITH WORSHIP

Should People of Different Faiths Pray Together? (Feb. 2012)

TAKING CARE OF EACH OTHER

“Am I My Brother’s Keeper?” (Oct. 2015)

THE JOURNEY SO FAR

Interfaith and Peace, Social Justice, and Respect for the Earth (May 2012)

SWAMI VIVEKANANDA'S TEACHER

Sri Ramakrishna: A Profile (Jan. 2016)

GOING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

Is a World Faith Worth Dreaming About? (March 2015)

ON THESE SHOULDERS

High Tea with Marcus and Mary by Ruth Broyde Sharone (Nov. 2012)

Religious Calendar

Opportunities