Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations is a ministry of the Archdiocesan Catholic Social Action Office: www.CatholicCincinnati.org/SocialAction.
100 E. Eighth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: (513) 421-3131 x 2661
Fax: (513) 421-1582
Coexistence and Peacebuilding
Voices For Peace
U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops and Catholic Relief Services partnered to produce this 64-page resource for pilgrims and peacemakers. http://uspartners.crs.org/downloads/holy-land-resource-guide.pdf
Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel
The mission of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel (ICCI) is, therefore, to harness the teachings and values of the three Abrahamic faiths and transform religion’s role from a force of division and extremism into a source of reconciliation, coexistence, and understanding. To accomplish this, ICCI works with youth, women, and religious leaders to promote Jewish-Arab coexistence and peace-building projects. http://english.icci.org.il/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=141
SEEDS OF PEACE
Brings Palestinian and Israeli youth for seminars and camps in the US to create relationships and dialogue.www.seedsofpeace.org
TA’AYUSH (in Arabic, “living together” or “life in common”)
Struggling to end both the ongoing Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories as well as racist discrimination within Israel, with new forms of Arab-Jewish non-violent action from below.
RABBIS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The rabbinic voice of conscience in Israel, giving voice to the Jewish tradition of human rights.
The Jewish-Arab Center for Peace. An education, research and documentation center, founded in 1949.
THE INTERFAITH ENCOUNTER ASSOCIATION
FRIENDS OF THE EARTH MIDDLE EAST
(EcoPEace) Joint Palestinian-Israeli-Jordanian Environmental Forum
Israeli Committee Against Home Demolitions
THE ULSTER PROJECT
The Ulster Project is dedicated to promoting a peaceful parity of esteem between Roman Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland by building tolerance, trust, and ongoing positive relationships among potential leaders from these Christian traditions.
CINCINNATI ULSTER PROJECT
CHURCHES FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE a high profile group of leading mainline Protestant leaders and Roman Catholic religious orders, which has become very active in promoting the peace process.
www.cmep.org Ohio Representative: Rev. Skip Cornett (ELCA) email@example.com