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Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
Established in 1984
Chicago, Illinois. USA
speak with a unified moral voice on issues of the day, create a climate of better interfaith understanding and cooperation
To share our faith and come to know each other personally, explore matters of faith and life which we have in common, engage in dialogue within and beyond our differences in a spirit of trust and goodwill, and seek to discover ways in which we can faithfully act together in God’s name for the common good.
To devise and implement ways of translating the social concerns of the Council into meaningful action and response. To bring to bear the spiritual and prophetic elements of our traditions in ways that will help promote justice, health and wholeness in this community.
The Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago is composed of chief leaders of the Greater Chicago faith communities. The Council embraces a broad diversity of theological and religious traditions. It is a microcosm of American religion as it exists in a great city and urban area in the American heartland. As the members of the Council meet together, they strive to create a climate of understanding by sharing the insights of the various religious faiths on issues affecting the common good. The Council seeks to act with a unified voice on social issues affecting the people of Chicagoland.
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action, dialogue, justice, peace
5401 S. Cornell Avenue, Suite 223 Chicago, IL 60615 (773) 595-4012