Thursday, December 4, 2008

Economy-driven Ecumenism

As the Vatican comments on the how banks should assist the poor during the global financial meltdown, The Archdiocese of Detroit convenes an Interfaith Leaders Meeting on the Economy.

DETROIT, Dec 03, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/ -- At the invitation of Detroit's Catholic archbishop, Cardinal Adam Maida, 12 Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders will gather at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit on Thursday, December 4, to share how their faith communities are responding to the economic crisis in southeast Michigan and discuss possible future initiatives.

Detroit is the home of the crumbling U.S. automakers' industry where thousands of families face a very uncertain future and thousands more across the country will feel the impact if the industry collapses.

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