New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
A Buddhist assessment of the implications of the recent U.S.-Vietnam statement of cooperation
In 20 years, the number of Buddhist communities in and around Wichita has roughly doubled.
Famed Buddhist human rights advocate and political leader has been in prison or house arrest for much of the last 35 years
A Buddhist reflection on the lessons that bees and other insects might teach us about generosity and community
Despite Mongolia’s small population of Catholics, the pope’s visit played an important role in his global mission for peace and brotherhood with Buddhists
Pope Francis is the very first pontiff in the Church’s history to visit Mongolia, with a complicated set of issues to be deliberated
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche has a long record of promoting Buddhist teachings in a variety of formats and for working to alleviate suffering more broadly.
Buddhist Leaders to Take Part in Interfaith Dialogue with Pope Francis in His First Trip to Mongolia
The trip extends the Pope’s many travels to Buddhist countries and is his first to a predominantly Vajrayana Buddhist country
As the temple seeks community support to recoup lost funds, the thieves have yet to be apprehended