The Interfaith Peace Project in the News

The Interfaith Peace Project and Father Tom Bonacci April 2014:

Defining a visionary’s constitution, saying “Some men see things as they are and say, why? I dream things that never were and ask, why not?” George Bernard Shaw Campioned the spirit and persona of Rev. Tom Bonacci. To see more click here or at: http://www.folgergraphics.com/flipbooks/deltalivingmagazine/april2014/files/assets/basic-html/page16.html

 

International Day of Peace and Dedication of the Peace Pole at Antioch’s Seventh-day Adventist Church September 22, 2012: 

To see the program via UTube click here or at: http://www.antiochadventist.org/article/55/about-us/festival-of-interfaith-peace

 

Sikh Community Honors the Interfaith Peace Project:

On September 9, 2012 members from the Sikh Temple and the Bhagat Gurdittaji International Charity honored the Interfaith Peace Project with a plaque of recognition and a “sarropa” (honorary scarf) accepted by IPP Advisory Board Member Walter Ruehlig. The recognition was for the organization’s continuing solidarity with the Sikh Community…for more click here or at:  http://antiochherald.com/2012/09/sikh-community-honors-interfaith-peace-project/

 

Catholic priest will talk at Methodist church Thursday about other faiths February 2012

 A Catholic priest will share his expertise from his extensive work on the interfaith community. The Rev. Thomas Bonacci will speak on the subject at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 9, at Lynnewood Methodist Church…for more click here or at:  https://www.pleasantonweekly.com/news/2012/02/06/for-monday-26-what-christians-should-know-about-other-faiths

 

Peace Pole Dedication at Antioch City Hall September 2011:

The final touches are being put on a simple but elegant ceremony marking the Peace Pole dedication at Antioch City Hall on Monday, September 12th at noon. For more click here or at: http://antiochherald.com/2011/09/peace-pole-de/

 

Church Hosts Four-Session Program March 2011:

For centuries Christians have observed the period before Easter with special events. This 40-day season was a time of penitence, fasting, almsgiving, prayer and study. The custom lies at the root of congregational Lenten observances today, and it is exemplified by the Morgan Hill United Methodist Church’s invitation to locals to join in a free Lenten Study….For more click here or at : http://www.gilroydispatch.com/lifestyles/columnists/chuck_flagg/church-hosts-four-session-program/article_9bb5a797-6376-51b9-9b04-edd6b4979bc7.html