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San Jose Interfaith Examiner writer D. Andrew Kille, himself a participant in the 2009 Parliament of the World’s Religions, has written a short piece on the final event in Melbourne. While the article is careful to mention the addresses of major religious leaders and musical performances, Kille takes a few moments to consider the Dalai Lama‘s appeal to “a strong secularism – not a secularism that denies the importance of religion, but one which respects the practitioners of all religions and of none.”
The article concludes with a convenient list of links and interreligious resources.
To read the full piece, click here.