The past activities of Mexican Interfaith Council (CIM) include: holding a silent meditation in front of the US Embassy prior to the Iraq War; meeting the president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, to offer counsel on interfaith matters; accepting an invitation by the Interior Department to offer member comments and suggestions on reforms to the Mexican Law governing religious institutions; and celebrating International Day of Peace in the park close to the Peace Bell.
"Our purpose: to promote tolerance among religious groups and within Mexican society; to develop an understanding of the different traditions in the country; and act with other projects that reflect the universal values for all humanity."
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism
Anglican, Buddhist, Orthodox, Presbyterian, Sikh, Sufi
Number of Members
LocationCiudad de México, DF, Mexico
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